Cincinnati Reds 2021 Ticket Options and Specials – WRBI Radio

CINCINNATI (March 12, 2021) – With the Cincinnati Reds welcoming fans back to the Great American Ball Park this season, a variety of ticket options are available. All tickets purchased for the 2021 season will be issued digitally via the MLB Ballpark app to enable contactless entry to the ballpark.

Season ticket memberships

Plans of just 14 games or more are the best way to secure seats for the 2021 season and get the greatest savings. Stock is limited so fans can buy now to reserve their seats today. Order at reds.com/Membership or (513) 765-7500.

Single Playing Cards – March 17th

A limited number of single game tickets for the regular 2021 season will be available to the public on Wednesday, March 17 at 9:00 a.m. exclusively on reds.com, except on the opening day. The ticket booths in the Great American Ball Park open at 9 a.m. on March 18

Promotions and freebies

The Cincinnati Reds 2021 promotion schedule includes 11 Fireworks Friday shows (April 30th-September 17th), Super Saturday freebies, including five bobbleheads and an Eric Davis Funko Pop! Presented by Skyline Chili, a Marty Brennaman commemorative pennant, and a special Joe Morgan day on August 8th. Family Sundays are also back, presented by Klosterman Bakery with giveaways for children.

Great Saturday bobbleheads

  • May 22nd Mike Moustaka’s Bobblehead presented by PNC Bank
  • June 12th Shogo Akiyama Bobblehead presented by Toyota
  • June 26th “Queen City Sluggers” Triple Bobblehead presented by St. Elizabeth Healthcare

(With the Reds’ three best HR hits in one season – Ted Kluszewski, George Foster and Eugenio Suárez)

  • August 7th Gapper “Bobble Belly”
  • September 4th Barry Larkin Dual Bobblehead presented by TriHealth

(We’re celebrating Larkin’s 25th anniversary as baseball’s first 30/30 shortstop.)

You can find the action plan at reds.com/Promotions. Quantities are limited to freebies. Advertising dates, items and quantities can change.

Stay safe in the Great American Ball Park

The Great American Ball Park has been designated as a Global Biorisk Advisory Council® (GBAC) STAR ™ accredited institution. GBAC STAR is the gold standard for prepared facilities. The Reds have set up a cleaning, disinfection and prevention program against infectious diseases in order to minimize the risks associated with infectious agents such as the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2).

The Reds follow current CDC protocols and work with government officials in partnership with TriHealth and St. Elizabeth Healthcare to ensure our facility promotes a safe environment. Some of the health and safety precautions fans should expect when visiting the Great American Ball Park include:

  • Masks are mandatory and should properly cover your nose and mouth unless you are eating or drinking in the seats
  • Socially distant pod-style seating for up to six people per group to safely distance fans while watching the game
  • Contactless and cashless payment methods at concessions and merchandise stands
  • New bag guideline banning backpacks

    For the full list of ballpark safety protocols and guidelines, visit reds.com/Safe or reds.com/GuestGuide.

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