Single-game tickets for all remaining home games go on sale May 17

Team will remove seating restrictions while encouraging health and comfort measures

May 5th, 2021

PHOENIX — The Arizona Diamondbacks (@Dbacks @LosDbacks) announced that single-game tickets to all remaining home games will go on sale to the public on May 17. Tickets through May 16 – the third homestand of the season – are currently on sale. The team also announced that beginning May 25, the team will remove seating restrictions in order to allow season ticket holders to return to their original seats and will continue to adhere to Major League Baseball’s mask mandate while encouraging appropriate distancing.

“We continue to hear from our season ticket holders that they want to return to their original seats and we feel that they can do so safely,” said D-backs President & CEO Derrick Hall. “While the seating restrictions will no longer be in place, we believe seat selection for the majority of games should still allow fans to spread out. We continue to work very hard to provide a safe and comfortable environment for fans and will monitor their feedback throughout the season.”

The D-backs have announced the next four promotional events, which also include the upcoming Ketel Marte Switch-Hitter Bobblehead on May 14-16, courtesy of Gila River Hotels & Casinos.

The first 10,000 fans on May 29 and 30 against the Cardinals will receive the Tribal Jersey, courtesy of Gila River Hotels & Casinos. On Father’s Day, June 20 against the Dodgers, the first 15,000 dads will receive a Hawaiian Shirt courtesy of Tyson Foods.

On July 3-4 vs. the Giants, the D-backs will hold fireworks spectaculars on both nights, courtesy of Gila River Hotels & Casinos while the first 10,000 fans at each of those games will receive a clear bag courtesy of MLB Network. The team’s new clear bag policy can be seen at

This weekend, the D-backs are hosting vaccinations at Chase Field in conjunction with their partners at Fry’s Food Stores.

Through the first 11 home games, the D-backs average attendance is 11,499, which ranks 10th in Major League Baseball.

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