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White Sox individual-game tickets on sale tomorrow


CHICAGO - Individual-game tickets to 2014 Chicago White Sox home games at U.S. Cellular Field go on sale to the general public tomorrow, February 28, at 10 a.m. online at whitesox.com/Tickets, by phone at (866) SOX-GAME and at Ticketmaster locations throughout Chicagoland.

Beginning Saturday, March 1, tickets will be available for purchase at the U.S. Cellular Field Ticket Office.  The ticket office will not be open on the opening day of online sales, but is open seven days a week starting Saturday, March1. The ticket office hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday, and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Friday.

A highlight of 2014 White Sox tickets is the variety of affordable seating options that will be available to fans for individual games in both the lower and upper levels. Seats in the Lower Corners will continue to be available for $20 per game, while seats in the Upper Corners remain available for $7 all season long (excluding Opening Day and the Cubs games on May 7-8). Cost of parking is $20, with the exception of Family Sundays, when it is just $10.

The Family Sundays promotion, sponsored by The University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children's Hospital, covers all 13 Sunday home games and features seats in Bleacher, Outfield Reserved, Lower Corner and Premium Upper Box sections for $15, Upper Box and Upper Reserved Seats for $10, and Upper Corner tickets will be priced at only $5. Ticket prices are for fans of all ages.

The entire 2014 White Sox schedule, including the promotional schedule, can be found at whitesox.com and whitesox.com/promos. Fans also can connect with the White Sox through the team's Facebook page and Twitter (@WhiteSox), which have all the latest news and ticket information.

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