SALE OF FULL-SEASON TICKETS FOR THE TIGERS RESUMES TODAY

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Mini-Plans Still Available, Individual Games Go On Sale Saturday 

  

DETROIT – With the full-season ticket renewal deadline passing and a limited number of seats becoming available, the Detroit Tigers on Monday resumed the sale of full-season plans. 

  

New 27 and 41-game mini-plans are still on sale. Instead of Opening Day tickets, however, these plans are being offered an additional game against the Red Sox or Yankees. 

  

Based upon unprecedented demand for both full and partial season ticket plans for 2008, the Tigers also announced on Monday that no single-game tickets will be available for Opening Day when individual game tickets go on sale on Saturday, March 1. Individual tickets for all other games on the 2008 schedule will be available on March 1, while supplies last, and individual purchases on Saturday will be limited to 12 tickets per game. 

  

For fans purchasing tickets at the Comerica Park Box Office on Saturday, wristbands will be distributed by ballpark security personnel beginning at 6 p.m. on Friday, February 29. Customers with wristbands will be given priority when the lines are formed. Customers will not be allowed to stand in line at the Box Office until 8 a.m. on Saturday, March 1. Free parking will be available in Lot 1 at Comerica Park for people purchasing tickets. 

  

Single game tickets will go on sale on Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Comerica Park Box Office, online at www.tigers.com, over the telephone by calling (866) 66-TIGER (84437), at 32 Detroit-area Meijer stores and at Hockeytown Authentics, 1845 E. Big Beaver Road, in Troy.