Monday, February 8, 2016

Phillies Announce Postseason Ticket Plan

The Phillies have announced their postseason ticket plans.

Phillies Announce Postseason Ticket Plan


From the Phillies:

In preparation for potential postseason games at Citizens Bank Park, including the National League division series, National League championship series and World Series, registration is taking place online at Fans who register now through Sept. 17 at 12:00 p.m. will be eligible to win a purchase opportunity for all three rounds of the postseason. (Registration will continue after September 17 for the League Championship and World Series.)

“In an effort to make postseason tickets available to as many fans as possible, we believe the ticket opportunity is the fairest method to accomplish this goal. All 2008 season ticket holders received their postseason options in late August. With the overwhelming response from season ticket holders taking their options, we have a limited number of seats available for the postseason,” explained John Weber, Phillies Vice President, Sales and Ticketing Operations.


To be eligible to purchase tickets for Division, League, and World Series games, fans must register online at from now until Wednesday, September 17 at 12:00 p.m. Fans only need to register once on to be eligible for all three rounds of the postseason. There will be additional drawings for both the LCS & World Series. This registration will be the only method of public distribution for 2008 postseason tickets.

Postseason Tickets

Names will be randomly selected from the registration list. Winners will have the opportunity to purchase up to four (4) tickets to one (1) pre-determined postseason game. Division Series winners will be notified via email by Tuesday, September 23. Subsequent winners for the League Championship and World Series will be announced at a later date.

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