5 Tips: How To Get Cheap Kansas City Royals Tickets
*Use code TBA10MLB for $10 off your purchase of $50 or more*
Want to get your hands on some Kansas City Royals tickets? The good news is that you don’t have to blow your summer savings trying to catch a game. Use these top 5 tips to save money on Royals tickets this summer.
#1. Cheer Them On During A Weekday Game
Unsurprisingly, weekend Royals games tend to cost a bit more than games you can catch during the week. For example, Royals fans can pay as little as $5 to see their team in action away against the White Sox on Tuesday July 31. However, the minimum ticket price will double for the Saturday, August 18 game against the same team! You should also find out the time of the game because that can affect ticket prices as well.
#2. Use SeatGeek’s Deal Score Feature
Before spending your hard-earned cash on Royals tickets, no doubt you’ll want to make sure you’re getting their money’s worth. That’s why SeatGeek developed Deal Score, a tool to help rank the value of a ticket based on historical prices for the team and venue, the row location, the expected sightline from the section, and the quality of the other available tickets for the event. Utilizing this tool will help Royals fans get the most bang for their buck!
#3. Get Some Last Minute Tickets
Just like with expiring food, ticket prices tend to drop in the days leading up to an event because sellers are trying to offload them. It’s true there may be less inventory to choose from, but the remaining tickets will most likely be at a discounted price. If you don’t mind living on the edge, looking for last-minute ticket price drops isn’t a bad idea.
If you’re attending the game with a large group, this might not be the best option for you as you can’t guarantee you’ll be able to find seats all together.
#4. Travel to Away Games
While it’s more exciting to see the Royals playing at Kauffman Stadium, opting for a travel game can save you some serious cash. When doing this, you’ll want to keep in mind which teams the Royals are playing away from home.
It will cost at least $42 per person to see the Royals play the Indians on September 3. Yet if you wait to see them play the Twins at Target Field just four days later, you can buy tickets for half as much!
#5. Use Our SeatGeek Promo Code!
So you’ve used all the above tips and are ready to make your Kansas City Royals ticket purchase. Well, don’t click that “buy” button just yet! SeatGeek is offering a promo code to its first-time users for $10 off a purchase of $50 or more. From now until 9/30/18, you can use code TBA10MLB on any MLB ticket and save some cash. What more are you waiting for? Head here (or search below) to find your Kansas City Royals tickets today!
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