ALCS tickets go on sale Monday at 10am

The postseason is still nine days away, but the time to get in on tickets is now. The Tigers will put tickets for potential ALCS home games on sale this coming Monday at 10am ET.

The sales format will work the same as it did when Division Series tickets went on sale two weeks ago. The only ways to buy tickets will be online at and by phone at 866-66-TIGER. The Comerica Park box office will not be selling tickets in person.

Fans are limited to buying four tickets per game.

With the full postseason field not even set yet, it’s next to impossible to speculate which games the Tigers would host. Detroit’s race with Texas or a better record and the AL’s second seed could be huge here. All that’s certain right now is the game schedule. Here’s the rundown for the best-of-7 series:

  • Game 1: Saturday, Oct. 8 (at higher seed)
  • Game 2: Sunday, Oct. 9 (at higher seed)
  • Game 3: Tuesday, Oct. 11 (at lower seed)
  • Game 4: Wednesday, Oct. 12 (at lower seed)
  • Game 5: Thursday, Oct. 13 (at lower seed)
  • Game 6: Saturday, Oct. 15 (at higher seed)
  • Game 7: Sunday, Oct. 16 (at higher seed)

Another way for fans guarantee a chance to buy postseason tickets for as far as the Tigers advance is to place a deposit on a full-season ticket package for 2012. For more information, visit or call a Tigers ticket sales representative at 313-471-BALL.

1 Comment

Can’t forget the stupendous decision to throw JV in the 1st game in ’06 instead of the world’s best pitcher at the time, Kenny Rogers.
JV lost the 1st and the 5th games.
Meanwhile Rogers, whom JL had stuck in his brain could only pitch at Comerica, was relegated to game 2 and did not see another start.
Strange since he was only able to hutout the Cards for 8 innings on 2 hits!!!
JV was a rookie that year. JL chose talent over experieince that time!!!!

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