Spring Training

Tickets on sale for spring training in Surprise

30 games on tap for 2023 season

Posted 11/17/22

Single game tickets are now on sale for 2023 spring training games at Surprise Stadium with separate price tiering depending on the opponents.

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Spring Training

Tickets on sale for spring training in Surprise

30 games on tap for 2023 season

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Single game tickets are now on sale for 2023 spring training games at Surprise Stadium with separate price tiering depending on the opponents.

Game times for the 30 contests have also been set, including four night games and matchups featuring every team in the Cactus League.

Opening day is Friday, Feb. 24 with the Kansas City Royals taking on the Texas Rangers, and the season runs through Sunday, March 25.

Additionally, the Surprise Stadium schedule includes a World Baseball Classic exhibition game when the Royals take on Great Britain on March 9.

Prices range between $8 and $40 for “classic” games, $8 to $45 for “standard” games, and $12 and $50 for “premium” games featuring the Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants.

Tickets can be purchased at SurpriseStadium.com or by calling 623-222-2222.

City officials remind fans service charges and processing fees will apply to online and phone orders.

The Surprise Stadium Box Office, 15960 N. Bullard Ave., will open for in-person ticket sales starting at 8 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 4.

The stadium is bringing back the Michelob “Ultra” Legends Deck, which gives fans a game day package with a private bar, drink voucher and an all-inclusive premium meal catered by local Surprise-area restaurants like Saigon Kitchen, Rio Mirage Café and Bonfire Craft Kitchen and Taphouse.

Tickets for the Michelob “Ultra” Legends Deck start at $45 per person.

Suites are also available for rent for each game. The newly renovated, personal, air-conditioned suites include 20 tickets, in-catering options, premier indoor and outdoor seating and four VIP parking passes. To book a suite, contact the Surprise Stadium Box Office.

Most games will start at 1:05 p.m. with the exception of games March 4, March 8, March 14 and March 21, which begin at 6:05 p.m.

Additionally, the season finale March 25 between the San Diego Padres and Rangers will have a 12:05 p.m. first pitch.