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College World Series Tickets

Red Zone Tickets wants to make your 2014 College World Series a memorable one. Buy your College World Series Tickets with NO HIDDEN SERVICE FEES so the price you see is what you pay for CWS tickets. Don't be tricked by other websites making false claims of having cheaper tickets. 

Reasons to buy CWS Tickets from Red Zone Tickets:

  • Each College World Series Ticket Purchase gives you a chance to be invited to an All Inclusive VIP CWS Tailgate party right across the street from TD Ameritrade Park.
  • Free Fed Ex delivery or local courier service on CWS ticket orders over $50
  • We utilize the latest security features to ensure your order is 100% secure.
  • We have a local pickup spot right across from TD Ameritrade Park for any last minute College World Series ticket purchases.
  • NO HIDDEN SERVICE FEES. The price you see is what you pay.
Please scroll the entire list of CWS Tickets. Parking Passes and Category tickets are listed towards the bottom of the CWS listings. Scroll the entire list so you don't miss out on all our CWS Ticket options.

Click the "Tickets" tab below to begin your search for College World Series tickets. You can purchase College World Series Tickets online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We also offer the option of purchasing your College World Series Tickets over the phone at 1-866-200-9917 or 402-991-8774 (local)

Delivery and College World Series Ticket pickup information:
All College World Series orders over $50 will be sent to your credit card billing address free of charge (does not apply to brokers). We do require a signature on each package. Please contact our office over the phone or on email if you need to have your tickets delivered to an alternate address.

If you purchase College World Series Tickets overnight, your CWS tickets may be picked up at our Omaha office or our pickup booth near TD Ameritrade Park.  Please leave a valid cell phone number so we can call you when your College World Series tickets are ready to be picked up. We will also clarify which location you prefer to pick up at. Tickets will not be left at the TD Ameritrade Park will call window.
 
Our Omaha office is located at 8031 W. Center Rd. Suite #307. We are located in the Center Professional Building. Our regular business hours are 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM CST Monday through Friday. Our hours will vary during the CWS to accomodate ticket demand. We will be open every game day.

College World Series Ticket information:

New College World Series Alcohol Rules:
There has been a change to the alchol policy this year at the College World Series. Club Seat Holders can now purchase beer and wine for consumption inside the TD Ameritrade Park Club Lounge.

GA CWS Ticket Facts:
The first 5,500 people are admitted to the General Admission Section during the College World Series. Admission is based on a first-come first served basis. There are times when the stadium allows more people access. If this occurs, additional ticket holders will be allowed to enter for standing-room only access. GA Tickets can be used for any game.
 

2015 College World Series Tickets are on sale now.

The Opening Celebration of the 2015 College World Series is Friday June 12. The CWS will run from June 13 through Tuesday/Wednesday, June 23/24.

 

 


College World Series News
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2014 World Series Game 7 puts Tim Hudson on baseball's biggest stage
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World Series 2014: San Francisco Giants Even Series With Kansas City Royals - New York Times

New York Times

World Series 2014: San Francisco Giants Even Series With Kansas City Royals
New York Times
Finnegan, who in Game 3 became the first person to play in the College World Series and the Fall Classic in the same year, discovered the sobering reality of how quickly fortunes could change. Finnegan, a 21-year-old left-hander, took the loss in Game ...

A Unique College Pedigree Within the Royals' Bullpen - New York Times

New York Times

A Unique College Pedigree Within the Royals' Bullpen
New York Times
On Friday night at AT&T Park, Finnegan, 21, entered Game 3 of the World Series with a one-run lead and a runner on base in the seventh inning. He got a flyout and a strikeout while becoming the first player to appear in the College World Series and the ...

World Series 2014: Baseball Is No Longer the Center of Attention in a New ... - New York Times

New York Times

World Series 2014: Baseball Is No Longer the Center of Attention in a New ...
New York Times
Even last Saturday night's college football matchup — Florida State University versus Notre Dame — drew more viewers than either World Series game. Perhaps the most compelling statement about baseball's relative standing among American sports fans is ...

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