As a resale marketplace, prices may be above face value.

Cincinnati Reds Tickets

Find our full selection of Cincinnati Reds tickets available now at Box Office Ticket Center. View All Cincinnati Reds tour dates, Cincinnati Reds seating charts and more. Tickets are now on sale - Order Here

Order by Phone
Cincinnati Reds Information

The Cincinnati Reds initially began play in Major League Baseball back in 1882, as the Cincinnati Red Stockings. They struggled a bit through their first few years before hitting their stride in the late 1880s. In 1890, the Cincinnati Reds officially became a thing. They are one of the longest standing franchises in all of professional sports throughout the world, and they come into the 2019 season hoping to make their mark in a competitive National League.

The Reds play their home games at Great American Ball Park, located at 100 Joe Nuxhall Way. Cincinnati Reds tickets are going to be popular this year, and this is the place to find them. The modern-day venue is owned by Hamilton County and operated by the team, meaning that both work in unison behind-the-scenes to make at least 82 home games the most pleasurable and comfortable experience for all ticket holders. It has a capacity of well over 42,000 since a gentle renovation in 2008, and it was initially opened to the public on the final day of March of 2003.

The 1970s were huge for the Reds, as they were propelled by a collection of superstars widely known as "The Big Red Machine." They won back-to-back World Series in 1975 and 1976. They reached the summit of baseball's jagged mountain again in 1990 when they swept the Oakland Athletics in the World Series after mowing through the Reds Schedule that season, but they have not made much noise since then.

If their superstars are able to perform near their potential, there is no reason to assume that they cannot do big things in the National League in 2019. The biggest name in Cincinnati baseball over the course of the last 10+ years has been Joey Votto. The left-handed slugger and on-base machine began his career in Cincinnati back in 2007. In the following years, he established himself as a home run hitter, an RBI creator and a guy who reached base as often as 45% of the time, which he did in 2012. In fact, Votto is currently in the Top-20 in on-base percentage in the all-time ranks of Major League Baseball.

He alone is reason to purchase tickets, but the rest of the squad is also coming together and aiming for big things. Now is the right time to have a look at our large selection of Reds Tickets, many of which are available for immediate download, and all of which are priced to move.