The Brewers were likely going to do this anyway, but with the team taking over sole possession of the second National League Wildcard spot on Thursday, it seems as good a time as ever for them to announce playoff ticket availability.
As was the case last year, you can make sure you’re guaranteed playoff tickets by putting down a deposit on season tickets for next year. You’ll need to put down money for at least a 20-game package for next season in order to be assured a playoff ticket this October.
Tickets for a potential tiebreaker (which would be played on September 30th) or Wildcard game (October 1st) at Miller Park will go on sale next week.
That will start with a season ticket holder pre-sale beginning at 9 a.m. Monday (the 23rd), and running through 11:59 p.m. Wednesday (the 25th). Those sales are being limited to 8 tickets per game per customer.
Those of you with 10-packs will be able to jump in on the pre-sale on Tuesday (the 24th) at 9 a.m., with that pre-sale also running through 11:59 p.m. Wednesday.
All Wisconsin residents, regardless of whether they bought ticket packages this season, will then be able to join in on the pre-sale at 9 a.m. Wednesday. The remaining tickets will be released to the public at midnight.
If the Brewers don’t play in a tiebreaker or Wildcard game at Miller Park, you should get a full refund on your credit card within 10 days of that scheduled game.
After that, NLDS tickets will go on pre-sale starting Thursday morning, once again starting with season ticket holders at 9 a.m., 10-pack holders getting access September 30th at 9 a.m., and all Wisconsin residents at 9 a.m. on October 1st.
Ticket pre-sales for the NLCS and World Series will be announced once the Brewers are still alive on October 3rd and October 16th, respectively.
You can get all of this info over at the team’s official site.