Playoff ticket forms are in the mail

September 08, 1992|By Mark Hyman

Orioles season-ticket holders should be receiving enticing letters this week -- American League Championship Series and World Series order forms.

Late last week, the team mailed notices to all its full- and mini-plan customers, informing them of their rights should the Orioles capture the American League East title.

The letter says fans with full-season plans may buy the same number of seats for the best-of-seven series against the AL West champs and for the World Series. For example, a customer with six tickets to all 81 regular-season games at Camden Yards would be given the chance to buy six for all postseason home games.

Ticket privileges for mini-plan holders will not be as great: Twenty-nine-game plan customers can purchase a like number of seats for up to two playoff and two World Series games, and 13-game plan buyers will be given a chance to buy the same number of tickets to one playoff game and one World Series game.

For the championship series, tickets would be $40 for a box seat, $30 for a reserved seat and $15 for standing room. World Series tickets would be $60 for a box seat, $45 for reserved seating and $15 for standing room.

The Orioles have asked season-ticket holders to respond to the postseason letter no later than Sept. 18. The team soon expects to release information about tickets available to the general public.

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