OAKLAND, Calif. — The Oakland A’s have received approval from Major League Baseball and Maricopa County, Arizona to welcome a limited number of fans to Hohokam Stadium for the 2021 Spring Training season. Single-game tickets will go on sale on Thursday, Feb. 18. The A’s will also provide complimentary tickets to vaccinated health care workers for all home games.
The A’s are planning for limited capacity that will follow social distancing guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and approved by local health officials. To maximize safety, tickets will be sold in physically distanced “pods” of two or four contiguous seats only. Due to limited capacity, season and group tickets will not be available this season.
Spring Training game tickets will go on sale on Thursday, Feb. 18 at 10 a.m. PT online at athletics.com. All tickets will be delivered through the MLB Ballpark app. Only mobile tickets will be accepted at the entry gates to ensure the health and safety of fans and staff.
For every game, the Club will provide complimentary tickets to vaccinated health care workers in the Phoenix area. The team is partnering with AMR, American Medical Response, to help distribute the complimentary tickets to vaccinated health care workers.
In collaboration with MLB and public health care officials, the A’s will implement enhanced health and safety protocols and procedures at Hohokam Stadium adhering to requirements and guidelines established by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The A’s are set to open their Cactus League home schedule on Sunday, Feb. 28 versus the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Club is slated to host 14 games this spring in Mesa.
For more information, visit athletics.com/spring.