More tickets available for Friday's Brewers-Marlins game
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- People lined up at Miller Park Thursday trying to get tickets for the weekend's Brewers-Marlins series.
The series was supposed to be played in Miami, but because of Hurricane Irma, the series was moved to Milwaukee.
The Brewers say 30,000 tickets were sold in just 45 minutes so more tickets are available for Friday's game.
"It should be played at a neutral setting, but I'm biased towards the Brewers so thank you once again. I am from Florida. The hurricane passed over my house. I'd like the people to be able to see the game down there, but we're happy to have them. Go Brewers," said Brewers fan Robert Barleben.
Seating capacity for the three games are about 23,000 fans, with Field and Loge Levels the available options for ticket purchases. There are three price levels: $20 for Field Diamond Box, $15 for Field Infield Box, and $10 for all other seating areas. Ticket purchases will be limited to eight per person, per game.
Tickets are available through Brewers.com/Marlins, the Brewers Box Office, or by calling 414-902-4000.
All parking for the game will be $10. There will be no advance parking sales and there will be no Preferred parking option. Lots will open three hours prior to game times and gates to the stadium will open 90 minutes prior.