Dodgers Tickets For Giants, Cardinals Series On Sale Saturday

Los Angeles Dodgers tickets for series against the San Francisco Giants (May 27-30) and St. Louis Cardinals (May 31-June 2) went on sale to the general public at 12 p.m. PT on Saturday. Fans can purchase single-game tickets online at

The team previously began selling tickets last week for the current homestand. Those remain available for matchups with Miami Marlins and Arizona Diamondbacks.

The Dodgers are averaging more than 15,000 in attendance and have sold out every game at Dodger Stadium so far in the 2021 season. Although L.A. County has moved into the yellow tier, the Dodgers are not able to take advantage in terms of attendance because of social distancing.

That additionally prevented the Dodgers from filling Dodger Stadium to the previously-accepted 33% capacity. They have attempted to mitigate that by selling tickets in fully-vaccinated sections, where fans are not spaced out in separate pods.

“That’s a geometry problem,” Dodgers president and CEO Stan Kasten recently noted. “So the only way to get our numbers up are to have sections where there’s no distancing. Like these fully-vaccinated sections. So the more we can do of this, the better.

“It will allow us to reach the numbers that L.A. County has allowed us to have but won’t change the distancing. It’s not just them. It’s the county, the state, CDC.”

L.A. launched the program by establishing fully-vaccinated sections down the right-field line on the loge level.

They have since expanded to include the right-field side of the reserve level, and for the series against the Giants and Cardinals, fully-vaccinated sections will be in the right-field side of the field level, right field pavilion and Home Run Seats.

Tickets in the fully vaccinated only sections start at $25 and will be offered at discounts up to 50% off similarly positioned tickets.

Policies in fully-vaccinated sections

In order to sit in the designated sections, fans must be at least two weeks removed from receiving their final vaccine dose.

Children between the ages of 2 and 15 can provide proof of having tested negative for coronavirus (COVID-19) within 72 hours (PCR test) or 24 hours (antigen test) of admission. Children under the age of 2 do not need to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test.

Social distancing is not required in fully-vaccinated sections and parties may be seated next to fans they do not know. Face coverings must still be worn, except while actively eating and/or drinking in seats. That is in line with the slate of Dodger Stadium health and safety protocols the Dodgers previously announced.

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