On Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013, the Cleveland Indians announced that heightened demand for Indians’ single game tickets was exhibited on Monday, the first day of public single game ticket sales.
View the official Cleveland Indians press release here.
Opening Day sold out in just six minutes and single game ticket totals are up over 40 percent from last year and nearly double the 2011 totals.
Indians fans that still would like to attend Opening Day can still do so by purchasing a season ticket package via the Cleveland Indians or by searching the various secondary market retailers.
The addition of manager Terry Francona and free agents Michael Bourn, Nick Swisher, Mark Reynolds, Jason Giambi, and Dice-K have certainly grabbed the attention of Indians’ fans and have them purchasing tickets early.
While the roster has improved over last season, the team will still need to perform on the field to keep the attendance up and the interest level high throughout the season.
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