Dodgers launch season ticket sale for '14 season

Dodgers launch season ticket sale for '14 season

Dodgers launch season ticket sale for '14 season

LOS ANGELES -- The Dodgers have launched season ticket sales for the 2014 season, and for a limited time the club is offering fans the opportunity to secure tickets to 2013 National League Division Series and NL Championship Series home games at Dodger Stadium with the purchase of '14 season tickets.

The best way to receive 2014 promotional items and secure tickets for Opening Day and Interleague matchups is to purchase season tickets. For more information on the benefits in becoming a Dodgers season ticket holder, call 323-DODGERS or visit www.dodgers.com/seasontickets.

While prices are increasing in many areas of the ballpark for the first time in years, more than half of season tickets cost fewer than $20, including fewer than $12 and, for the first time in 28 years, there will be tickets on the Reserve level for $5. The recently upgraded Dodger Stadium offers families one of the best entertainment experiences with a range of ticket options for every budget.

"Most Dodger tickets have not increased in price in the last two seasons as we looked to first prove to our fans that this ownership group was committed to putting the best possible team on the field, providing a first-class fan experience at the stadium and performing meaningful outreach in the community," said Dodgers president and CEO Stan Kasten. "We've made great strides in demonstrating that, and with these necessary adjustments and the support of our fans, we will continue to put all of our efforts into upgrading the team and the stadium and producing a championship-caliber organization.

"Our fans have been coming to Dodger Stadium in vast numbers and we want to make sure they can continue to do that," Kasten said. "It's a priority of this ownership that we offer a variety of ticketing options that will work for any family, any pocketbook."

Austin Laymance is an associate reporter for MLB.com. Ken Gurnick is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.