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About Los Angeles Angels Tickets

The Los Angeles Angels are a Major League Baseball team based in Anaheim, California. Established in 1966, the Angels have a handful of Division titles under their belt and appeared at the World Series for the first time in 2002, securing the win against the San Francisco Giants. Over the years, the Los Angeles Angels have captured the hearts of fans with their passion and talent on the field. 

The Angels play home games at Angels Stadium in central Orange County and have called this ballpark home since 1966. The Angels Stadium is one of the oldest ballparks in the MLB and is also known as The Big A. Angel Stadium showcases several notable features that enhance the gameday experience for fans. One standout feature is the stunning “Big A” sign, with a halo that illuminates brighter than normal when the Angels win a game. The parking lot landmark once supported the scoreboard and is a beloved symbol of the Angels' history. 

If you’re a diehard Angels fan, you can be part of Angels Stadium history forever. Fans can purchase a 4”x8” brick to be installed at the stadium entrance. Whether it’s your name or a heartfelt message, this is a great way to show appreciation for the Angels or a loved one. 

Inside Angels Stadium, fans can expect to find a wide variety of culinary excellence. Whether you’re looking for ballpark favorites like popcorn, hot dogs and nachos or something more refined, Angels Stadium has you covered. Some fan favorites include Oggi’s Pizza, Big A Burger, LA Rotisserie, Wetzel’s Pretzels, Chronic Tacos, Crafty Mac and Juice It Up. 

Regarding game day, you should be aware of a few policies and specifics for a smooth entry process. Angels Stadium has a relatively strict bag policy, prohibiting backpacks and carriers from entering the stadium. Fans can bring in a clear plastic or vinyl bag that is no larger than 12.75”x6.5”x12.75”. Purses with a single flap or zipper that are 12”x12” are also permitted. 

Gates open 90 minutes before the start of each game unless otherwise specified by Angeles Stadium. Regardless, we recommend heading there early to skip the long lines and enjoy some of the beautiful ballpark landscape. 

How much are Los Angeles Angels tickets?

You can find Los Angeles Angels tickets for as low as $583, with an average price of $583.

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Where to buy Los Angeles Angels tickets?

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

Where do the Los Angeles Angels play?

The Los Angeles Angels home games are played at Angel Stadium of Anaheim in Anaheim, CA.

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