Major League Baseball’s Opening Day of March 26th is slowly but surely approaching, but first comes an opportunity for fans to catch a game in a warm climate for the first time in months. Spring Training is a great way for players to shake off the rust that they’ve accumulated during the long offseason and prepare for the upcoming regular season, while teams can get a look at top young prospects and veterans looking to lengthen their careers.
All games take place in warm weather states in either Florida’s Grapefruit League or Arizona’s Cactus League, giving players a beautiful climate to prepare for the 162-game grind of a regular season that lies ahead.
Spring Training tickets can often be in high demand, given the relatively small capacities of the ballparks in which these games are held, and many fans that live much closer to their favorite teams’ spring training complex may find this to be the only chance to catch their team in person, which prompts the question: when do MLB Spring Training tickets go on sale and how can you get cheap tickets?
When Do MLB Spring Training Tickets Go On Sale and What are the Presale Codes?
Given that there are 30 different teams that may all have different presale codes or on sale dates for their Spring Training tickets, we would advise checking out MLB’s Website and then clicking on the team logo of your choosing on the left of that homepage to search for games in which you may have interest.
All subsequent presale information and on sale dates will be on that team’s page. An example of this is the page for the Chicago White Sox. If you’re interested in past pricing per team for Spring Training games, read up about it on our Average MLB Spring Training Prices Blog here
- Sign up for the New York Yankees newsletter to receive up-to-date emails regarding single-game onsale times for spring training tickets at Steinbrenner Field. Tickets can be purchased in advance of that time via their 3-Game “Plus” Flex Plan.
- Houston Astros Spring Training tickets at The Ballpark of The Palm Beaches can be found here
- Click here to find Boston Red Sox tickets at Jetblue Park that are on sale now!
- Los Angeles Dodgers Spring Training tickets at Camelback Ranch Stadium are available now
- Chicago Cubs fans can access single-game Spring Training tickets at Sloan Park here via a Mastercard presale starting at 12 pm central on Friday, January 5th (you will need to checkout using a Mastercard to complete your purchase), and the general public on sale begins on Saturday, January 6th
We always recommend following the teams and their ballpark’s social media pages and signing up for their newsletters in order to get the most up-to-date information, though be aware that presales and ticket release dates may vary and are subject to change.
How To Get Cheap MLB Spring Training Tickets
If you weren’t able to secure tickets through any presales or general sales for Spring Training, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Tickets can still be purchased from secondary marketplaces, although the prices will not be at face value. MLB Spring Training tickets may have market prices higher than face value, but that doesn’t mean that good deals can’t be had – if you know where to look.
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