- Major League Baseball
- Watch team chase playoff spot
- Beautiful Turner Field
About This Deal
Baseball enthusiasts can’t properly behold the glorious seventh-inning stretch in a crowded living room, because there’s always someone standing on the coffee table getting his forehead rhythmically slammed by the ceiling fan. Catch the game in comfort with today’s deal for a ticket to an Atlanta Braves game.
When you click “Buy,” you’ll be redirected to Ticketmaster.com to complete your transaction. See below for more info on fees. Two seating options are offered for each game: a $12 outfield-pavilion seat (a $24 value Monday–Thursday) or a $24 terrace-level seat (a $38 value Monday–Thursday). Choose from 1 of 10 available games.
Boasting a rich history highlighted by three World Series titles and 17 National League pennants, the Braves have entertained fans with lightning-quick reflexes and destrier-saddled gallops around the bases since they moved to Atlanta in 1966. This year, catcher Brian McCann leads the pack with 16 homers, 53 RBIs, and a stellar .312 batting average over 311 at-bats, while right-handed hurler Tommy Hanson is logging a 2.73 ERA over 108.2 innings and consistently trims batters’ moustaches with his mere presence on the mound.
Win or lose, fans get to soak in the scenic confines at Turner Field, the ATL institution that served as the Olympic Stadium for the 1996 Summer Olympic games. The stadium’s unrivaled blend of technology and entertainment includes more than 500 TV monitors and centers on a 21-ton video board outfitted with more than 331,000 fluorescent light bulbs and a 27-foot neon tomahawk. Grouponites can behold the field from comfy outfield-pavilion or terrace-level seats rather than huddling in the ramshackle tree house perched atop the right-field foul pole.
Note on fees: You’ll need to pay the full convenience charge, processing fee, the optional printing-at-home fee, and tax. Ain’t no discounts on tax.
About Atlanta Braves
The history of today's Atlanta Braves traces back to 1876 in Boston, where the team played as the Red Stockings. In the more than 100 years since, the club lived like a nomadic tribe, claiming two World Series titles in separate cities before finally landing in Atlanta in 1966. There, they found reason to settle down, winning an unprecedented 14 consecutive division titles, as well as another World Series in 1995. Throughout the years, many of baseball's all-time greats have donned the Braves uniform, including Hank Aaron, Babe Ruth, and Cy Young. Opened in 1997, Turner Field serves as the club's home turf, relaying the action on a 29'x38' BravesVision video board as a 27' neon tomahawk menaces visiting players and vegetables alike.