Spring training tickets go on sale Saturday

Published: December 6, 2019 5:23 AM EST
Updated: December 7, 2019 7:45 AM EST

For some fans, it’s a long standing tradition to camp out the night before tickets go on sale, but officials say this year it’s not allowed.

Saturday morning you’ll be able to hit the box office if you’re looking to score some tickets to Red Sox spring training games.

Ahead of this season, JetBlue Park will likely undergo maintenance.

When we briefly spoke to the county over the phone, they told WINK News there’s normal wear and tear of the building.

The work could include fixing the sidewalks, walkways, and concrete of the stadium. Keeping the stadium well maintained is extremely important.

Not only does JetBlue Park host hundreds of events, it’s a huge money maker for Lee County. Last year, spring training attendees brought in close to $70-million.

“Our games have sold out every game at JetBlue Park, we’ve been very fortunate we have very passionate Red Sox fans in Southwest Florida and many that come down for the New England area and all over the country, so there’s a lot of good things happening here at JetBlue Park,” said senior manager of Florida business operations with the Red Sox, Brennan Whitley.

The money to pay for the park will be funded by tourist development taxes, and it is estimated to cost about $1.6-million.

We have provided links to below to purchase tickets to all spring training games that take place around Southwest Florida.

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