Pirates Announce Post-Season Ticket Information

The Pittsburgh Pirates announced 2012 Post-Season ticket information today.

Current Pirates Season Ticket Holders will receive the first priority for Post-Season ticket availability, as well as the greatest value in post-season ticket pricing. All current full-season, half-season and 20-game plan holders will be offered a discount ranging from 16 to 30 percent over the individual post-season ticket price.

Current Pirates Season Ticket Holders will be given the opportunity to purchase the same number of post-season ticket strips as seats in their accounts, as well as the same number of additional strips as seats in their accounts, with maximum of four additional strips per account.

Fans who pay a deposit toward a 2013 Full Season, 41-Game, or 20-Game season ticket plan will also receive post-season priority and will be able to purchase playoff strips at the individual ticket prices.

Individual tickets for each round will be made available beginning with a public on sale in late September for the Wild Card and National League Divisional Series at the same time. Future rounds will go on sale to the general public at later dates.

While post-season ticket pricing is formulated in accordance to Major League Baseball post-season guidelines, the Pirates will offer fans tickets for as low as $17 for the first two rounds of the post-season.

“Our loyal fans have waited too long for the opportunity to see post-season baseball in Pittsburgh. Clint Hurdle and this group of players will battle over the next 44 games in an effort to give our fans that opportunity,” said Frank Coonelly, Pirates President. “It is important to us to show our Season Ticket Holders our appreciation for their support by offering them the first priority on post-season tickets and a special Season Ticket Holders price.”

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