Cincinnati Reds Offering Discounted Tickets to COVID-Vaccinated Fans

If you have received at least one shot of your COVID-19 vaccine, the Reds are offering a nice little bonus for helping to stop the spread.

click to enlarge Great American Ball Park - Photo: Danielle Schuster
Photo: Danielle Schuster
Great American Ball Park

If you have received at least one shot of your COVID-19 vaccine, here’s a nice little bonus for helping to stop the spread. As part of Hamilton County's efforts to reach an 80% vaccination rate by July 4, the Cincinnati Reds are offering discounted tickets to fans who show their COVID-19 vaccination card (with at least one shot completed) at the ticket windows at Great American Ball Park.

The $10 tickets are good for View Level seats and are only for games happening Monday through Thursday in April and May. 

A maximum of six tickets can be purchased with each vaccine card, corresponding with the 2021 season’s seating pod policy. Each pod has no more than six seats and is at least six feet away from the next. 

Other new COVID safety protocols in place at Great American Ball Park include reduced capacity, contactless payment, social distancing, four-person elevator limits, and plenty of hand sanitizer and soap throughout the stadium. Additionally, Major League Baseball is not permitting players to sign or autograph balls for their guests.

Masks are still required to be worn by all staff members and fans, unless they are actively eating or drinking while seated. More information on COVID-19 precautions and protocols is available here.

Discounted tickets must be purchase in person. Get additional details at mlb.com.

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