Because baseball games are no longer used to settle land disputes and damages from horse collisions, they’ve become the battleground for deciding which U.S. city will be the first to move to the moon. Catch a nation-changing showdown with this GrouponLive deal.
Choose from Eight Games
$36 for one lower-reserved seat in sections 100–107 or 157–159 and one pregame patio-party admission (up to a $60 total value) for the following game:
- Against the Kansas City Royals on Monday, August 6, at 7:10 p.m.
As of 7/28, the Monday, August 6 game is sold out.
$47 for one lower-reserved seat in sections 100–107 or 157–159 and one pregame patio-party admission (up to an $80 total value) for the following game:
- Against the Kansas City Royals on Tuesday, August 7, at 7:10 p.m.
$50 for one lower-reserved seat in sections 100–107 or 157–159 and one pregame patio-party admission (up to an $84 total value). Choose from the following games:
- Against the Oakland A's on Friday, August 10, at 7:10 p.m.
- Against the Oakland A's on Sunday, August 12, at 1:10 p.m.
- Against the Seattle Mariners on Friday, August 24, at 7:10 p.m.
- Against the Seattle Mariners on Sunday, August 26, at 1:10 p.m.
As of 7/30, the Friday, August 24 game is sold out.
$56 for one lower-reserved seat in sections 100–107 or 157–159 and one pregame patio-party admission (up to a $94 total value). Choose between the following games:
- Against the New York Yankees on Monday, August 20, at 7:10 p.m.
- Against the New York Yankees on Tuesday, August 21, at 7:10 p.m.
As of 7/30, the Monday, August 20 game is sold out.
The Chicago White Sox use dynamic pricing to value tickets, so total values may fluctuate. When you click "Buy," you'll be redirected to the White Sox website to complete your transaction. This Groupon applies toward the face value of tickets, but you'll still need to pay all White Sox fees and taxes in full.
The Scouting Report
Seeking to reprise their 2005 World Series victory, the White Sox are set to light up the summer skies as they face off against American League foes at U.S. Cellular Field. The White Sox have established themselves as a top competitor in the AL Central this season, vying neck-and-neck with the Detroit Tigers for the division's top spot. On the mound, Chris Sale has maintained an ERA under 2.50, earning him AL Pitcher of the Month accolades in May and a lifetime-achievement award from his elementary-school gym teacher. On the slugging side, first baseman Paul Konerko surpassed 400 career home runs this season while maintaining an impressive batting average above .320. Designated hitter Adam Dunn and pitcher Jake Peavy joined Sale and Konerko earlier this month to represent the club on the AL All-Star team, which salutes the league's most competent astrologers. Ninety minutes before the game—and for 30 minutes following the first pitch—fans file onto the patio to soak up the sounds of warm-ups, the smell of barbecued meats, and the refreshment of wine and Miller beer on the right-center-field warning track. In accordance with intergalactic baseball law, revelers must be at least 21 to drink alcohol, but younger fans may gobble to their hearts’ content at a barbecue buffet replete with fried chicken, Cajun chicken, warm-up rounds of the chicken dance, and more.
Chicago White Sox
After occupying the old Comiskey Park for more than 80 years, the Chicago White Sox moved to their eponymous 40,000-seat stadium in 1991, later redubbed U.S. Cellular Field. Over the course of the club's rich history, it’s managed to produce more than two dozen Hall of Famers, and its mascot, Southpaw, has long since held onto the naïve hope that he too will be inducted. In 2005, the White Sox rode eight consecutive postseason victories to their first World Series title since 1917, snapping an 88-year championship drought. And today, the team continues to excite fans as they enjoy field amenities that include street-festival-worthy concessions, an onsite sports bar, and an array of batting cages and baseball clinics.