Atlanta Braves 2012 individual tickets, starting as low as $6, will go on sale Monday, March 5 at 10:00 a.m. Single game tickets will be available at Braves.com/tickets, the Braves Ticket Office at Turner Field, the Braves Clubhouse Store at the CNN Center, all PUBLIX Ticketmaster outlets, or by calling 1-800-745-3000.
Two presales will take place: Friday, February 24 - Tuesday, February 28 for Season Ticket Holders of 20 games or more, and Thursday March 1 - Friday, March 2 for fans who preregister at braves.com/presale by February 28 at 11:59 p.m. All Season Ticket Holders and preregistered fans will receive an email with information regarding exclusive access to the presales.
The Braves will take on the Milwaukee Brewers in the Home Opener on Friday, April 13th at Turner Field. Two-time Grammy Award Winners The Civil Wars will headline off the field events on Opening Night with a live pregame performance and will perform the National Anthem. After the game, and after every Friday night home game, fans will enjoy a spectacular Publix Friday Night Fireworks show.
The first 45,000 fans on Friday and Saturday night will receive a Braves 2012 magnetic schedule courtesy of Georgia Power. On Friday night the first 45,000 fans will also receive a Braves foam tomahawk courtesy of Academy Sports + Outdoors. On Sunday (and every Sunday in 2012) Braves alumni will sign autographs in Fan Plaza before the game and kids 14 and under are invited to run the bases after the game.
Additional dates that fans will want to mark on their calendars include:
New in 2012, fans can choose to "go paperless" and never worry about losing tickets again. The "Braves FanPass" option will give fans the chance to store tickets on a credit card, bypass will call, and enter Turner Field with a simple swipe of the card. Fans can visit braves.com/fanpass to learn more. Also new in 2012, the Braves introduce variable pricing. Each game on the schedule will be designated as one of six different price levels, ranging from $6-$70 for an "F Level" game or from $12-$95 for a "A Level" game. Visit braves.com/tickets for a complete variable pricing schedule.
Fans can take advantage of a wide selection of ticket discounts and savings throughout the season, including:
The Atlanta Braves popular Five-Game Ticket Pack and Flex Plan, as well as Full Season, Half Season, and 20 Game Plans, are available now at a substantial savings, and fans with a season ticket plan of 20 or more games will receive an unprecedented 33% savings on food and beverages at all permanent concession stands (excluding alcohol) in 2012. Ticket packages start as low as $160, so visit Braves.com/tickets or call 404-577-9100 for more information.
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braves Bobbleheads are Back - This season Chipper Jones, Craig Kimbrel and Sid Bream bobbleheads will be given away to the first 20,000 fans through the gates on the Braves Bobblehead Giveaway Nights:
- June 9 vs. the Toronto Blue Jays - "Sid Slides" Bobblehead Night presented Delta Air Lines and Coca-Cola
- June 13 vs. the New York Yankees - Craig Kimbrel Bobblehead Night presented by Delta Air Lines
- August 16 vs. the San Diego Padres - Chipper Jones Bobblehead Night presented by Coca-Cola
Buck Belue $8 Buck Nights - Lower Level Terrace View Tickets, normally $20-$30 will be only $8 on eight Buck Belue $8 Buck Nights this season ... a savings of up to 73%.
- Monday, April 16 - 7:10 p.m. - Braves vs. New York Mets
- Monday, April 30 - 7:10 p.m. - Braves vs. Pittsburgh Pirates
- Monday, May 14 - 7:10 p.m. - Braves vs. Cincinnati Reds
- Monday, May 28 (Memorial Day) - 1:10 p.m. - Braves vs. St. Louis Cardinals
- Monday, July 2 - 7:10 p.m. - Braves vs. Chicago Cubs
- Monday, July 30 - 7:10 p.m. - Braves vs. Miami Marlins
- Monday, August 13 - 7:10 p.m. - Braves vs. San Diego Padres
- Monday, September 3 (Labor Day) - 1:10 p.m. - Braves vs. Colorado Rockies
- Monday, May 28th - Memorial Day - Braves vs. St. Louis Cardinals at 1:10 p.m. - Fans will want to come out early on Memorial Day as the Braves celebrate our nation's military with a special Patriotic pregame ceremony. The team will pay tribute to our military veterans and to those who made the ultimate sacrifice with ceremonies that will include a parachute jump team, a giant American flag presented in the outfield, Taps, and more.
- Atlanta Braves 4th of July All American Fireworks Spectacular: After the Braves take on the Cubs on Wednesday, July 4th, the "All American Fireworks Spectacular presented by Publix," an extravagant fireworks show choreographed to patriotic music, will light up the Atlanta skyline in red, white, and blue.
- Ultimate Kids Days - On Sunday, May 27 and Sunday, August 5, kids 14 and under will have the opportunity to play all the pitching and hitting skills games in Scouts Alley, tour the Atlanta Braves Museum, and much more FOR FREE with the purchase of any ticket. Also, the Ultimate Kids Day parade around the field will give kids and their parents a chance to walk around the warning track before the game.
- Delta Civil Rights Weekend - The Atlanta Braves return for the second year as hosts of Major League Baseball's Civil Rights Game Weekend August 17 - 19 when the Los Angeles Dodgers come to town. The sixth annual Civil Rights Game Weekend will include a series of events that will pay tribute to those on and off the field who have fought for equal rights for all Americans.
- Saturday, September 1st - Lynyrd Skynyrd Postgame Concert presented Delta Air Lines and Coca-Cola - After the Braves vs. Phillies 4:10 p.m. match-up on Saturday, September 1, fans can stay to enjoy a free postgame concert with Southern Rock icons and Rock and Roll Hall of Famers, Lynyrd Skynyrd.
- Coca-Cola Two-for-$30 Tuesdays - Save up to 57% on prime lower level and Club Pavilion seat locations on "Two-for $30 Tuesdays."
- Chevron Family Value Plan - 4 tickets, 4 hotdogs, 4 Cokes, a Braves yearbook, a parking pass, and a $10 Chevron Gift Card for as low as $69.
- All You Can Eat Seats - Unlimited smoked BBQ sandwiches, chicken wings, all beef franks, potato salad, peanuts, popcorn, chocolate chip cookies, Coca-Cola products, and draft beer, for as low as $50 for group tickets or $60 for single tickets.