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  • “Must have” promotional items for every Saturday home game
  • “Party in the Park” Fridays will feature fireworks, live music and entertainment
  • Fan-favorite traditions including Pink Out the Park, Polish American Night, Negro Leagues Weekend, ¡Fiesta Tigres! and more, return to Comerica Park
  • Following this early window, single-game ticket sales will resume in February alongside 2023 Spring Training 

As part of a new, early window for single-game ticket purchases, Detroit Tigers fans will be able to get a jump on 2023 with a Holiday sales period running from Friday, Dec. 16 through Tuesday, Dec. 20 at Tigers.com/tickets. Single-game ticket sales will resume in February alongside 2023 Spring Training in Lakeland, Florida.

Single-game tickets will be available to Tigers fans at 10 a.m. on Friday.    

The 2023 campaign will be full of excitement for Tigers fans, as the team sets out under new leadership from President of Baseball Operations, Scott Harris. The Holiday single-game ticket period will be one of the first chances for fans to secure tickets for Detroit Tigers Opening Day, Presented by Rocket Mortgage, on Thursday, April 6 against the Boston Red Sox.  

“As the 2023 season quickly approaches, the Tigers are really looking forward to giving fans a chance to secure their seats at Comerica Park a little sooner than ususal,” said Chris McGowan, President & CEO of Ilitch Sports + Entertainment. “Whether picking up a holiday gift for a loved one or planning a family outing, this early window to purchase single game tickets is something we know fans will appreciate and take advantage of. Next season will be a special one with Miguel Cabrera closing out his Hall of Fame career, and as we welcome new and returning traditions, ensuring there’s something at the ballpark for fans of all ages.” 

New for 2023 – thanks to the commitment of Tigers corporate partners – the first 15,000 fans in attendance for every Saturday home game will have the opportunity to receive exciting giveaway items. Fridays will be a “Party in the Park,” featuring fireworks, live music and entertainment. Chevy Sunday Kids Days are also back, when young fans can get player autographs on the concourse, run the bases after the games and enjoy free rides on the Ferris Wheel and Carousel.

Promotional items are listed below, with details subject to change. 

To ensure as many Tigers fans as possible have the opportunity to experience Opening Day, fans are able to purchase a maximum of eight tickets per person – starting at just $39. Groups of 10 or more interested in Opening Day tickets should visit tigers.com/groups or call 313-471-2255.

Members of the 1901 Society – the Detroit Tigers Season Ticket Membership Program – are guaranteed Opening Day seat locations as a part of their membership.

Long-standing, fan-favorite special events such as Pink Out the Park, Presented by Karmanos Cancer Institute (May 12), Polish American Night (May 26), Negro Leagues Weekend, Presented by Comerica Bank (July 21-23) and ¡Fiesta Tigres!, Presented by Miller Lite (August 5) will also return to Comerica Park this season. Marvel Night, Presented by Bally Sports Detroit, will be held at the ballpark on August 26. A complete summary of theme days and special events, featuring a family-friendly experience, will be announced ahead of the 2023 season. 


Designed with your unique needs and interests in mind, the Detroit Tigers 1901 Society offers unprecedented inside access, unforgettable experiences and exclusive benefits for our most loyal fans, on a year-round basis.

All members receive year-round invitations to exclusive events, including a merchandise and concessions discount, along with additional Opening Day tickets and access to a complimentary Ticket Exchange Program. Membership packages start at just $6 per game, including $13 per game for lower level tickets at Comerica Park. Learn more about becoming a member by visiting https://www.mlb.com/tigers/tickets/season-tickets.