Aces Tickets Go On Sale Monday

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With Triple-A baseball’s debut in the Reno-Sparks area now less than 80 days away, the Reno Aces are set to unveil a pair of partial season ticket plans, available in 36-game and 18-game packages. Partial plans will be released to the general public on Monday, Feb. 2 at 9 a.m.

In addition to the full-season, 72-game plans, the Aces will now offer a half-season and quarter-season option as a way to cater to the diverse needs of baseball fans in Northern Nevada.

“We’re always searching for effective ways to accommodate our growing fan base,” said SK Baseball Managing Partner Stuart Katzoff. “Rolling out two partial season ticket plans is another way for us to reach out to the baseball fans in Reno, Sparks and all of Northern Nevada.”

The Half Season Partial Plan, a 36-game installment, is available in the Infield Premium and Infield Reserve sections of Aces Ballpark. Fans can choose from two schedule plans, and purchase of the package guarantees the same seat for all 36 games.

The Infield Premium 36-game package is available for $765 per seat. Infield Reserve 36-game packages are offered at $505 per seat.

The Quarter Season Partial Plan, an 18-game edition, is available in four different schedule plans. The same seat is guaranteed for 17 games in that package. Plus, fans can choose one additional game: Opening Night (April 17), Military Night (June 12), Fourth of July or Aug. 3 (Famous Chicken appearance).

Quarter Season packages are $265 per seat.

All partial season ticket plan holders will be granted the opportunity to purchase additional tickets at an exclusive single-game pre-sale, based on availability. Account holders will receive personal customer service, exclusive use of a web-based account manager and the chance to donate unused tickets in advance of gameday. Also, partial plan holders can purchase tickets to other events at Aces Ballpark whenever available.

To purchase a 2009 Reno Aces partial season ticket plan or for more information, contact Andrei Losche at, Adam Kincaid at or Brian Moss at or call the Aces at (775) 334-4700. For updated news on tickets, ballpark construction and the team, visit

Two webcams have been set-up to allow fans to view construction of the ballpark as it happens. These outlets can be viewed online by visiting or

The Reno Aces Baseball Club, Triple-A Affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks, was purchased in 2007 by SK Baseball, led by Managing Partner Stuart Katzoff. The club’s downtown ballpark will be the centerpiece of an exciting Freight House District that includes retail, dining and nightlife venues.