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Experience college baseball’s biggest party and an Omaha tradition – the NCAA Men’s College World Series! Numerous ticket options exist and it’s never too early to start planning your annual pilgrimage to Omaha. College World Series ticket information will be updated as it becomes available. Please check back often or sign up to receive NCAA Baseball emails to be notified of new developments related to NCAA Baseball and the NCAA Men’s College World Series.4 Events Found
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A limited number of reserved CWS tickets were made available to the general public through the Advance Sale which took place April 15 at 10 a.m. Central time. Only single seats remain for reserved tickets through the primary sale. Single seats can be purchased HERE. However, there are additional ways to get CWS tickets and score another check on your college baseball bucket list. Reserved seats can be purchased via The NCAA Experience operated by PrimeSport, the official ticket and hospitality provider of the NCAA. Reserved seat tickets can also be purchased through the NCAA Ticket Exchange, a fan-to-fan marketplace, where the seller sets the list price for tickets. Additionally, during the series, a limited number of tickets will be released during hte series the morning of each game at the box office. Finally, general admission ticket books are also available or GA tickets can be purchased indvidually once the series begins. Details on each of these options can be found in the sections below.
If you have questions about ticket options for the College World Series, please contact CWS of Omaha, Inc. at 402-554-4404.
*Only games that are guaranteed to be played will be sold in advance. Therefore, reserved tickets for Bracket 1 and Bracket 2 (if necessary games) on June 24, and Finals Game 3 on June 28, will not be available for sale until it is determined they are needed.
Reserved tickets for the 2017 NCAA Men’s College World Series are available through The NCAA Experience operated by PrimeSport, the official ticket and hospitality provider of the NCAA. The NCAA Experience offers fans convenience and comfort with the ability to purchase premium CWS tickets, hospitality and travel packages. Pregame hospitality passes feature ballpark fare, cold beverages including a cash bar, TVs, games and more all within an air-conditioned tented lounge just outside the stadium. Select the Hospitality Ticket Package button above or click HERE to view options.
The NCAA Ticket Exchange is now open for both buyers and sellers. The NCAA Ticket Exchange allows baseball fans to buy and sell official CWS tickets in a convenient, safe and guaranteed environment. Buyers can be assured that the CWS tickets are authentic and guaranteed, even if games are sold out. Sellers have a place to safely and securely sell their CWS tickets. Prices for CWS tickets through the NCAA Ticket Exchange are set by the seller. The process is entirely digital so there is no waiting in line at will call, having to remember paper tickets or needing to meet strangers on the street.
Check out these instructions and Frequently Asked Questions on selling your tickets. Tickets are available for all games, except the if necessary games. Get your tickets today through the NCAA Ticket Exchange!
General admission (GA) ticket books are now available. GA tickets may be used for any game, giving purchasers flexibility to attend the College World Series when their schedule allows. General admission ticket books contain 10 tickets. All 10 tickets may be used at one game or one ticket may be used for 10 separate games. General admission ticket books are available for $90*. GA ticket books offer tredmendous savings of $60 per book over purchasing individual general admission tickets which will be $15 per ticket* for the 2017 College World Series.
General admission seating is located in the outfield bleachers - sections 125-136. GA tickets are non-guaranteed tickets, meaning fans must be among the first 5,500 people in line to be allowed entrance. Additional tickets may be allowed in as standing room only. Accessible seating options in the GA area are available on a first-come, first served basis. General admission seats are aluminum, bench-style seats with seat backs.
General admission ticket books may be purchased in person at the CenturyLink Center box office or the TD Ameritrade Park Omaha box office.
IN PERSON: General admission ticket books may be purchased at the CenturyLink Center box office. Box office hours may be found HERE. General Admission tickets may also be purchased starting June 16 at 10 a.m. at the TD Ameritrade Park box office.
Once the College World Series begins, a limited number of reserved-seat tickets for that day’s game(s), including accessible seating, will be available for purchase on a daily basis at the TD Ameritrade Park Omaha box office. The box office will open at 10 a.m. Central time each day a game is scheduled. Only tickets for that day’s game(s) will be for sale. There is a limit of four tickets per person, per game, when purchasing reserved-seat tickets at the box office. Depending on ticket availability, ticket limits may be raised.
For those fans in line at the TD Ameritrade Park Omaha box office waiting to purchase tickets each day games are played, a random drawing will be conducted to form the line.
Box Office Line Queuing at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha
If twelve or more fans are at the TD Ameritrade Park Omaha box office waiting to purchase tickets at the time of the initial box office on-sale, a random drawing will be conducted to form the line at 9 a.m. Fans needing accessible seating are included in the box office line queuing.
The random drawing process is in place to provide the fairest ticket sales process possible to all fans. By removing the incentive for fans to arrive early, the random drawing saves fans’ time and significantly decreases the chance for ticket scalpers to be the first in line. Ticket scalpers have historically paid people to arrive hours before a sale in order to ensure a space at the front of the line.
Thirty minutes before tickets go on sale, or 9:30 a.m., each fan, over the age of 16, in line will be assigned a number. That number also will be put into a box. A TD Ameritrade Park Omaha team member will randomly draw a number from the box. The fan holding that number becomes the first person in line. The remaining fans will fall in line behind according to their number. For example, if number 15 is drawn, the fan assigned number 15 becomes the first in line, followed by the fans assigned numbers 16, 17, 18 and so forth. This continues until the highest number originally handed out is reached. After that, the fan assigned number 1 will join the line, followed by the remaining fans in the order of the numbers they are holding, with the fan holding number 14 becoming the last in line. Anyone who arrives after the numbers are handed out would join the line behind the last person holding a number.
Fans interested in updates regarding the availability for reserved tickets at the box office should visit NCAA.com/CWSNews. Regular status updates will be posted as they become available.