The Reno Aces, who are less than a month away from their home opener, put single-game tickets on sale Friday at 8 a.m.
The Aces also announced its weekly deal specials. Every Monday is Military Monday, presented by Grand Canyon University, which offers buy-one-get-one-free tickets to all military and first responders. Each Taco Tuesday offers two tacos for $6 or two tacos and a beer for $10. There also are Thirsty Thursdays, presented by Coors Light, with $2 Coors Light drafts and $4 Aceball Ale drafts. Family Sundays offer $1 hot dogs.
“Sports around the world have learned that there is nothing at all more important to our success than our fans,” Aces president Eric Edelstein said in a news release. “I cannot wait to be the first person at the gate to welcome everyone back on Opening Day.”
Last week, the Aces were approved by the State Department of Business and Industry to host 50 percent of its fire code capacity at Greater Nevada Field for its home opener. With the stadium's max occupancy of 9,534, the Aces have been cleared for up to 4,767 fans per game for its home opener May 13 against Las Vegas.
Per Gov. Steve Sisolak’s Directive 041, and in accordance with Major League Baseball rules, face coverings and social distancing must be followed at all Reno Aces games. The Aces averaged 4,803 fans per game in 2019, its most recent season, although that number is tickets distributed rather than actual attendance.
The Aces season begins May 6 on the road at Salt Lake with a six-game home series against the Las Vegas Aviators starting May 13. That will mark the first baseball game at Greater Nevada Field since August 25, 2019 after last year's minor-league season was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. That's a span of 627 days between home games. The Triple-A schedule will include six-game series that run Thursday-Tuesday in an effort to minimize travel during the pandemic.
Single-game tickets are available on RenoAces.com or by calling 775-334-7000.