Braves are in the World Series - here’s how to get tickets

Fans in the outfield react as Atlanta Braves left fielder Eddie Rosario (8) walks out to the outfield before the start of the fifth inning after Rosario hit a three-run home run during the fourth inning. Curtis Compton / curtis.compton@ajc.com
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Fans in the outfield react as Atlanta Braves left fielder Eddie Rosario (8) walks out to the outfield before the start of the fifth inning after Rosario hit a three-run home run during the fourth inning. Curtis Compton / curtis.compton@ajc.com

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The Braves are in the World Series for the first time since 1999, and they plan to put single-game tickets for the home games on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. Tuesday.

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Tickets will be sold online at braves.com/postseason.

According to the team, a “presale” of single-game tickets will begin at 10 a.m. Monday for “Braves A-List” season-ticket members and at 1 p.m. Monday for “Braves Insiders.” A presale code will be emailed to those groups. Fans can join the “Insider” email list and gain access to the presale until 11:59 p.m. Sunday at braves.com/postseason, the team said.

Season-ticket holders previously had an opportunity to buy strips of tickets for all postseason home games.

It remains to be seen how many tickets will be available for the general public after the presales, but the inventory is expected to be extremely limited.

Parking for World Series games at Truist Park will go on sale at the same time as the ticket presales, the Braves said.

The Braves will host Games 3, 4 and (if necessary) 5 of the World Series. Those games are scheduled for Oct. 29-31.

The Houston Astros, who won the American League Championship Series, will host World Series Games 1, 2 and (if necessary) 6 and 7 because they ensured home-field advantage over the Braves as a result of having a better regular-season record.

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