About 900 individual reserved seat tickets for today's Games 5 and 6, for the 2014 NCAA® Men’s College World Series® (CWS) will go on sale for their face value today through the TD Ameritrade Park Omaha box office, which opened at 10 this morning.
Louisville will face Texas at 2 p.m. in Game 5; and Game 6 will feature UC Irvine vs. Vanderbilt at 7 p.m. Ticket purchases will need to be made at the stadium box office. Only day of game tickets will be sold.
Buyers will be allowed to purchase up to four reserved tickets per game for Games 5 and 6. Credit cards and cash will be accepted at the box office. Personal checks are not accepted.
A random selection process in Poppe Plaza near Gate 2 will be held every day games are played to determine the order in which fans may line up to purchase reserved seat tickets. Fans are encouraged to be in the box office plaza by 9 a.m. in order to participate in the random selection process.
General admission (GA) tickets may be upgraded to the reserved section at the box office. A limit of six GA tickets, valued at a single-game price of $11.50 each, may be upgraded to reserved seat tickets for any single game. To upgrade a GA ticket to reserved ticket, the purchaser must pay the difference between the individual GA ticket price and the reserved seat ticket price.
Reserved seat ticket prices vary based on seating section and game. To find out more on pricing, visit CWSOmaha.com.