Dodgers Tickets For Final Game Before All-Star Break Include Dodger Stadium Concessions Voucher
Shake Shack
Keith Birmingham/Southern California News Group

The Los Angeles Dodgers conclude the unofficial first half of the 2021 regular season with an early afternoon matchup against the Arizona Diamondbacks on Sunday. Tony Gonsolin is scheduled to start for L.A., and Arizona counters with Merrill Kelly for the 1:10 p.m. PT first pitch.

Tickets remain available for the series finale, and fans who purchase any through will receive a $10 voucher that is redeemable (that day only) at any Dodger Stadium concession stand.

It’s the first such ticket offer from the Dodgers this season, though they previously offered a discount to fans who were fully vaccinated and gave away free tickets to a future home game for the first 1,000 individuals to be inoculated at a Dodger Stadium pop-up location.

The Dodgers have continued to expand food offerings at Dodger Stadium, with this season seeing the arrival of California Pizza Kitchen (CPK), Dunkin’, Sweet Chick and Shake Shack, among others.

The addition of New York-based Shake Shack was met by questions as to why the Dodgers did not opt for In-N-Out instead, but it has since been reported the California staple was not interested in such an agreement.

Dodgers celebrating All-Stars

Also on Sunday, the Dodgers will present Mookie Betts, Walker Buehler, Max Muncy, Chris Taylor and Justin Turner with their 2021 MLB All-Star Game jerseys. Betts, Muncy and Taylor were named to the National League team reserves, while Buehler and Turner got added as replacements.

The Dodgers’ five All-Star selections this year are most in the National League, though Betts will not participate in the 91st Midsummer Classic due to injury.

Following Sunday’s game, the Dodgers will host Kids Run the Bases.

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