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White Sox single-game tickets to go on sale February 2nd

by Jordan Lazowski

Today, the White Sox announced the beginning of single-game ticket sales for 2023.

In the same thread in which the team released a video to get fans prepared for the season, they announced that single-game tickets would begin going on sale at 2 PM CT on February 2nd. All season ticket holders and subscribers to the White Sox Insider newsletter will be able to access the tickets earlier via a special presale event.

As you may already know, the team has made some updates to their seating map heading into 2023, including more prizing zones within individual sections that mirrors what is currently being done across the league. This pricing will differentiate between the first few rows of most sections and the last few rows, as well as everything in between. At the ballpark next year, fans can also expect to see two new 500-level bars, in partnership with Molson Coors. The club has also previously announced their promotional giveaway days, which include a bucket hat, Eloy Jimenez bobblehead, soccer jersey, football jersey, and much more.

With the White Sox hoping to bounce back after failing to meet expectations in 2023, they are hoping the fans will continue to show their support. The initial reactions will obviously come starting on February 2nd – though, the initial fan reaction on Twitter has been a bit less than positive.

You can also find the team’s full home schedule throughout the 2023 season here.

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Until Reinsdorf dies and team is sold, I will NOT spend one dime. So, I will guess I will schedule that colonoscopy my doctor has been nagging me to get for Feb 2nd.

They cannot compete with the likes of Houston, NYC, Tampa, Cleveland, Toronto or even Baltimore. A new manager is not going to make the difference they think it will. I see a team that will barely play .500 ball. They still need a right fielder, 2nd base and another starter.

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