Dodgers to sell a few more season seats, might start waiting list

Dodgers fans cheer after the final out in a 6-4 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 5 of the NLCS.
(Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)

Two days after announcing they had suspended sales of season tickets, the Dodgers said late Friday that they would put what they called “an extremely limited” number of additional season seats on sale Saturday.

If all those seats are sold, the Dodgers would surpass their record of more than 31,000 season tickets, set last year. If the supply of newly available seats is exhausted, the Dodgers plan to establish a waiting list, said David Siegel, the team’s vice president of ticket sales.

Siegel declined to say how many new season tickets would be available, or even whether the total would be in the dozens, hundreds or thousands. He said season seats would be available on all levels of Dodger Stadium; the team listed the per-game price range at $12 to $140.

The Dodgers said Wednesday they had suspended sales of season tickets because of what Siegel called “unprecedented” demand, including a renewal rate exceeding 98%.


Siegel said Friday the Dodgers now are convinced they can sell additional season seats while maintaining an ample supply of tickets for individual and group sales.