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Mar 102017
 

atl braves 2016On April 14, 2017, the Atlanta Braves will open their season at their new home at SunTrust Park.

Want to check it out? Watching the Braves play doesn’t have to be expensive–single-game tickets start at $5, plus discount tickets are available for most Atlanta Braves games.

Fans of concerts & baseball get an even better deal: You’ll be treated to a free post-game concert after select games:

  • June 10 vs. Washington Nationals: Post-game performance featuring Jake Owen
  • August 19 vs. Washington Nationals: Post-game performance featuring MC Hammer
  • September 23 vs. Washington Nationals: Post-game performance featuring Fitz & the Tantrums

FYI–If they have the same post-game concert procedures at SunTrust Park as they did at Turner Field, you can purchase cheap seats for the game & then move down for the concert.

And you can watch a fireworks display after select games during the 2017 season, including April 14 vs. San Diego Padres, May 5 vs. St. Louis Cardinals, May 19 vs. Washington Nationals, June 9 vs. New York Mets, June 16 vs. Miami Marlins, June 23 vs. Milwaukee Brewers, July 4 vs. Houston Astros, July 14 vs. Arizona D-backs, August 4 vs. Miami Marlins, August 18 vs. Cincinnati Reds, August 25 vs. Colorado Rockies, September 8 vs. Miami Marlins, September 15 vs. New York Mets, & September 22 vs. Philadelphia Phillies.

Want to cheer on the Braves on the cheap? Here’s the current list of ticket deals for the 2017 season:

  • On Coca-Cola $12 Tuesdays, $12 buys your ticket in the Vista Reserved section. FYI–Tickets just went on sale for the 2017 season, which may explain the glitch, but the ticket offers aren’t showing up yet on Ticketmaster; keep checking back to snag yours on the cheap.
  • Thursdays are College Night at SunTrust Park. College students with ID will receive $10 off their seats in the Home Run Porch.
  • Military discounts are available for every home game at SunTrust Park. With a valid ID, you’ll save $10 off seats in the Home Run Porch or 50% off seats in the Grandstand Reserved.
  • You can stretch your buck a bit more when you head out for certain themed game-day events, such as Star Wars Night on May 6 vs. St. Louis Cardinals, Superhero Night on June 17 vs. the Miami Marlins, Christmas in July on July 15 vs. Arizona D-backs, Hank Aaron Heritage Weekend on August 18 & 19 vs. the Cincinnati Reds, Choptoberfest on September 9 vs. the Miami Marlins, & more. There are promotions all season long, giving you plenty of ways to get more for your money. Sorry, fans of four-legged friends: I don’t see any Bark in the Park days on the calendar for the 2017 season.
  • Tickets just went on sale for the 2017 season, which may explain the glitch, but the ticket offers aren’t showing up yet on Ticketmaster for certain events: Teacher Appreciation ticket package on May 5 vs. Arizona Cardinals, Boy Scouts ticket package on May 6 vs. the Arizona Cardinals, Girls Night Out on May 19 vs. Washington Nationals, Mother-Son ticket package on May 21 vs. Washington Nationals, Father-Daughter ticket package on June 16 vs. Miami Marlins, Father’s Day Catch on the Field ticket package on June 18 vs. Miami Marlins, LGBT Night ticket package on June 23 vs. Milwaukee Brewers, GSU ticket package on June 24 vs. Milwaukee Brewers, Autism Awareness ticket package on June 25 vs. Milwaukee Brewers, Childhood Cancer Awareness ticket package on September 10 vs. Miami Marlins, Girl Scouts ticket package on September 16 vs. New York Mets, Boy Scouts ticket package on September 17 vs. New York Mets, First Responders ticket package on September 21 vs. Washington Nationals, & Boy Scouts ticket package on September 24 vs. Philadelphia Phillies. Keep checking back if you want to snag yours.
  • Details are still to be announced for 2017 Atlanta Braves Kids Club memberships.
  • A note on ticketing: When it comes to regular-priced tickets, buy in advance to save a bit. Prices do fluctuate throughout the season based on market demand, so the earlier you buy your tickets, the cheaper they’re likely to be.