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White Sox 22-Game 'Ballpark Pass' Goes On Sale Today For $79

By Ed Komenda | August 17, 2015 5:43am | Updated on August 17, 2015 8:28am
 U.S. Cellular Field.
U.S. Cellular Field.
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BRIDGEPORT — The White Sox “Ballpark Pass,” a 22-game ticket package, goes on sale at 10 a.m. today.

The $79 package guarantees fans a seat for 22 of the final 23 White Sox home games this season.

Ballpark Pass holders' seats vary for each game. Locations include upper corners, upper reserved, outfield reserved or lower corners of Sox Park.

A few hours before the first pitch on the day of the game, pass holders receive a text message with a seat location. You must accept the seat location using the MLB Ballpark app. Fans then have the option to upgrade seats.

To get into the ballpark, gatekeepers scan a barcode on the app.

Fans can buy up to eight Ballpark Passes. If they wish to sit with a group, all passes must be bought at once. Groups must enter U.S. Cellular Field together.

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