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Some familiar faces came to Omaha for the College World Series in 2015. Cal State Fullerton, LSU, Florida, Miami, Arkansas, Virginia, TCU, and CWS Champion Vanderbilt made it to Omaha for the 2015 College World Series. Virgina and Vanderbilt met again in the Finals and Virgina beat Vanderbilt this time in 3 games to become the new NCAA College Baseball Champions!
Here are some things to know when buying College World Series Tickets.
College World Series Alcohol Policy: There was a change in the College World Series Alcohol Policy in 2015. You can now purchase beer and wine inside the club lounge and you can also bring the alcohol to your seats. In 2013 a College World Series policy changed and allowed you to consume alcohol inside the TD Ameritrade Park Club Lounge, but not at your seats. The new College World Series Alcohol Policy established in 2015 allows you to bring the alcohol purchased to your seats.
College World Series General Admission 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 the standing room only access area. Another interesting note about CWS GA tickets is that GA tickets can be used for any game.
College World Series If Necessary Games: The ticket to use for the Conditional College World Series Games is determined on the bracket the teams are playing in.
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