Brewers Spring Training ticket sales, clubhouse event start this week
The Milwaukee Brewers have a couple big events happening this week, the first of which looks to the future while the other glances back at the recent past.
On the forward-looking side, the team announced that tickets for Spring Training went on sale this morning for anyone planning to fly south for at least part of the winter. The Crew starts their season warm-up on the road Feb. 24 against the San Diego Padres, with their first home game at American Family Fields of Phoenix the following day against the Colorado Rockies.
Altogether, the Brewers will play 16 times on their home field, wrapping up March 25 against those same Rockies. First pitch for all games is 1:10 p.m. local time except for March 21 vs. the San Francisco Giants, who will be in Phoenix for the Brewers’ first nighttime Spring Training affair since 2020.
If you’re interested in joining the team in Arizona for a spell, more information on Spring Training tickets is available on the Brewers website. You can also buy tickets via phone at 800-933-7890.
For the more nostalgia-inclined fans, the team’s annual clubhouse sale takes place at American Family Field across two days later this week, Dec. 1 and 2 (Friday and Saturday). The yearly shopping event is a mix of clearance items and game-used memorabilia, with certain things marked down as much as 80%.
The sale is open to the public from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days, although past history suggests that if you want to score the better items, it’s a good idea to show up on the early side of day one. In addition, suite holders and full-season ticket holders will have early access from noon to 6 p.m. Wednesday, while all season seat holders will be able to get in from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday.
To sweeten the existing deals, the Brewers will throw in a complimentary tumbler or water bottle with every purchase of $100 or more (while supplies last) and are inviting kids to eat free at J. Leinenkugel’s Barrel Yard through Sunday with the purchase of any entrée item. On top of that, shoppers will have an opportunity to round up at the register, with the proceeds going to Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation to support families affected by childhood cancer.
To access this year’s clubhouse sale, use the left-field entrance and follow the posted signs to the visitor’s clubhouse on the service level. Bring your credit card as well because no cash will be accepted at the registers.