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The Detroit Tigers are a Major League Baseball team based in Detroit, Michigan. With a rich history dating back to 1894, the Tigers have captured the hearts of fans thanks to their unwavering spirit and resilience on the field. Rooted in the heart of Detroit, the Tigers have become an integral part of the city’s identity, representing the strength and determination of the community.

Comerica Park has been the Tigers' home ballpark since 2000 and offers a baseball experience that seamlessly blends modern amenities with a fun and vibrant atmosphere. Comerica Park is known for its unique architecture and features that embody the spirit of Detroit and its baseball heritage. Upon entering the stadium, fans are greeted with a giant Tiger statue, and several more are within the stadium. 

Comerica Park's most innovative features are the Ferris Wheel with baseball cars and a carousel. These fun additions provide a playful experience for fans of all ages. The stadium’s modern amenities, combined with its nostalgic touches, truly create an unforgettable atmosphere for baseball enthusiasts all around. 

When it comes to refreshments, Comerica Park has a little something for everyone. Some local favorites include Atwater Brewery, Detroit 75 Kitchen, Germack Pistachio and Winter Sausage. Indulge in classic ballpark favorites like hot dogs, nachos and popcorn, or opt for something a little more traditional like a Coney dog or Detroit-style pizza. Don’t forget to download the MLB Ballpark app before arrival to get quick access to concession information from the comfort of your seat. 

For Tigers fans, attending a game at Comerica Park is an opportunity to embrace the team’s rich history and passionate fan base. Keep your eye on the tigers above the scoreboard, as their eyes will light up after each home run or victory. And get ready to sing along to “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” or “Don’t Stop Believing” during the seventh-inning stretch, which are both commonly played at Tigers games!

It should be noted that patrons are only allowed to bring in one single-compartment bag that is 4”x6”x1.5”. The only exceptions to this bag policy are medical or diaper bags, and they must be 16”x16”x8” or smaller. Additionally, Comerica Park is a cashless venue. 

Ready to head to one of the best ballparks in the nation? Get your tickets to a Tigers game at Comerica Park today on SeatGeek!

How much are Detroit Tigers tickets?

You can find Detroit Tigers tickets for as low as $10, with an average price of $221.

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Buy Tigers tickets on SeatGeek for the regular season, preseason, playoffs and parking.

Where do the Detroit Tigers play?

The Detroit Tigers home games are played at Comerica Park in Detroit, MI

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