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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.
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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.
2014 College World Series Tickets
As a certain quarterback is fond of shouting, "Omaha!" That's the place to be starting June 14 when the 2014 College World series kicks off at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha.
The road to Omaha begins May 29 when 64 hopefuls square off in the opening round of the NCAA men's baseball tournament. The original 64 will be narrowed to eight by the time the series kicks off. The final eight teams will be divided into two bracket groups of four. Each group will play a double-elimination format to determine a bracket winner. Ultimately, the winners of each bracket face off in the title game.
There's something different about amateur baseball at the highest level. Just like with high-level minor league players, you'll be watching future major-leaguers take the field. However, unlike the young pros, you'll also be watching guys who'll hang up their cleats and move on to the rest of their lives after the final out. Like all college sports, there is a tremendous focus on the team over the individual. This unusual environment has made for some memorable moments in past series.
Every tournament has one team that becomes a fan favorite. In 2000, it was the Ragin' Cajuns of Louisiana-Lafayette who, along with having an awesome nickname and logo (a pepper with flames coming out of it), made a nice little run in the series.
Then there were the Fresno State Bulldogs who, in 2008, cemented their place in history as one of the greatest Cinderella stories in all of college athletics. After qualifying only because they won their conference tournament, the Bulldogs just kept on finding ways to win until they found themselves hoisting the national championship trophy. The 2008 Fresno State squad was the lowest-seeded team to win a national championship in any NCAA sport.
In last year's CWS, UCLA pitchers dominated opposing hitters to earn the Bruins' their very first baseball national title.
If you can get on the "road to Omaha," your time will be well spent. Not only will you spend the bulk of it in one of the newest and most fan friendly venues anywhere, TD Ameritrade Park Omaha, you'll be treated to a competitive environment unlike any other. Order your College World Series tickets today, and get on the road to Omaha. Right Peyton?
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