Atlanta Braves Postseason Single-Game Tickets to Go On Sale Next Week

With the NL East locked up for the sixth straight season, the Atlanta Braves announced they will release single-game playoff tickets starting next week.
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The Atlanta Braves have won the NL East for the sixth consecutive season and are the first team to clinch a playoff spot. They have been the best team in baseball for quite a while now in 2023 and hopefully, that will continue into the postseason.

Fans can start making plans to attend those playoff games as the organization announced today that they will be releasing single-game tickets to the general public for the NLDS/NLCS starting September 22nd at 10 a.m. EST.

All Premium Club members and A-List members will receive early access with a presale which begins on Thursday, September 21 at 10 a.m. Atlanta also announced that anyone who signs up for the Braves Insider Newsletter at www.braves.com/postseason by 11:59 p.m. on September 20, will receive a code to participate in a presale on September 21 at noon.

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Tickets are going to be very limited according to the Braves website and fans are encouraged to sign up for the Braves Insider Newsletter to access the presale since tickets are likely to sell out very quickly once the public presale is live.

You'll definitely want to sign up for that presale code as soon as possible. This is a postseason that fans won't want to miss.

The presale is limited to the seven states that make up what is known as Braves Country: Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. Atlanta also has a very limited number of suites and hospitality areas available for potential Postseason home games. Contact 404-577-9100 x3 or groups@braves.com for more information.

As things stand right now, the Braves would be facing off with either the Phillies or the Cubs in the NLDS since Atlanta would get a first-round bye. Both teams have played tough against the Braves this season so it should make for some exciting yet anxiety-inducing baseball.