The Detroit Tigers have established themselves as one of the premier franchises in Major League Baseball throughout their history. The organization dates back to 1901 and they have had legendary players like Ty Cobb and Hank Greenberg along with Al Kaline grace the Tigers uniform. The franchise won their first World Series title in 1935 after losing the year before. The Tigers returned to the World Series in 1940 and won their second in the 1945. Detroit was consistent contenders through the years under skipper Sparky Anderson and won the 1984 World Series under Anderson’s leadership. In recent seasons, the Tigers have once again been a major force as they have consistently appeared in the October playoffs. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Detroit Tigers playoff tickets
How to Buy Detroit Tigers Playoff Tickets
1. Scan through the 2016 Detroit Tigers Playoff Schedule and select the game that you would like to attend, or use the opponent or date filters beside the Detroit Tigers Playoff ticket listings to find the perfect matchup.
2. Click “Select” to reveal all available Detroit Tigers Playoff tickets, the Comerica Park interactive seating chart, ticket quantity, and ticket price filters. Use the ticket price filter, and ticket quantity filter to quickly refine your search to the available Detroit Tigers Playoff tickets that are in your price range. You can also utilize the “eTickets Only” filter to find all Detroit Tigers Playoff tickets that will be delivered electronically. The Comerica Park interactive map can be employed to reveal all tickets available for a preferred section. Select the perfect tickets and click “Go” to proceed to checkout.
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A return trip to the 2016 MLB playoffs would put the Tigers in position to win their fifth World Series title. To get to that level, the Tigers would have to navigate through a very difficult AL Playoff Schedule. The 2016 Detroit Tigers playoff schedule is determined by the teams final seeding in the 2016 regular season. The final seeding will determine the Tigers playoff opponent, as well as which team would hold home field advantage. 2016 Detroit Tigers playoff tickets are expected to be some of the highest demand tickets in the history of the franchise due to their recent success.
- 2014: Lost ALDS (Baltimore Orioles)
- 2013: Lost ALCS (Boston Red Sox)
- 2012: Lost World Series (San Francisco Giants)
- 2011: Lost ALCS (Texas Rangers)
Detroit Tigers Playoff Event Guide
How much are 2016 Detroit Tigers Playoff Tickets?
Detroit Tigers playoff ticket prices rise and fall based on demand. Prices for Detroit Tigers playoff tickets fluctuate based on opponant, and year, and are generally cheaper for the earlier rounds of the playoffs and more expensive for bigger games such as the NLCS and World Series.
Where can I buy cheap 2016 Detroit Tigers Playoff Tickets?
TicketCity has a large network of ticket suppiers of Detroit Tigers home and away playoff tickets. This network includes some of the top seats at some of the most competitive prices for Tigers playoff games at Comerica Park, and for Tigers away playoff games.
What was the best Detroit Tigers Playoff team of all time?
The Detroit Tigers have won multiple World Series titles over their long playoff history and have had many deep runs in the MLB playoffs. One of the great Tigers playoff teams came around in 1984. The '84 Tigers won 104 games and the AL East title. Star players like Kirk Gibson, and Willie Hernandez helped guid the Tigers to the 1984 World Series title.
Does my child need a ticket to a 2016 Detroit Tigers Playoff Game?
The Detroit Tigers child ticket policy allows for children 3 years old and younger to enter Comerica Park without holding a ticket. If you are going to a Detroit Tigers playoff game with a child over 3 years old, you will be required to have a valid ticket for them.