LOS ANGELES -- Ticket prices for possible National League Division Series games at Chase Field will range from $12 for outfield reserve seats to $140 for clubhouse boxes, the D-backs announced Wednesday, a 24 percent decrease from the 2007 NLDS when the team hosted the Cubs.
The D-backs entered Wednesday with an 8 1/2-game lead over the Giants in the NL West.
Fans can register online for the opportunity to purchase tickets for possible Division Series, League Championship Series and World Series games at Chase Field at dbacks.com/postseason.
Fans have until 10 a.m. MST on Monday to register for NLDS single-game tickets and winners will be notified via email with instructions regarding the online purchase of up to six tickets per game. Fans can continue to register for future purchase opportunities for potential NLCS and World Series games. However, one registration qualifies each fan for purchase opportunities to all three potential postseason series at Chase Field.
"Similar to how we worked with Major League Baseball to decrease the price of 2011 All-Star Game tickets compared to previous years, we made sure to keep ticket prices for possible D-backs' playoff games at Chase Field affordable for fans during the Division Series," D-backs president and CEO Derrick Hall said in a statement. "Tickets starting at $12 to attend a playoff game are by far the least expensive among all of the Major League teams in contention to advance to the postseason this year. The D-backs have been industry leaders in making games affordable to attend for the past five seasons and will continue to look at ways to make sure fans can enjoy the exceptional fan experience at Chase Field."
Postseason tickets can be guaranteed by purchasing a 2012 season ticket package, placing a non-refundable $100 per seat deposit on 2012 season tickets or purchasing a group ticket package for Game 1 of the NLDS.