Texas Rangers Spring Training Ticket Information
Before the Texas Rangers begin a busy regular-season slate, watch them go head-to-head against teams in the Cactus League this spring inside Surprise Stadium in Arizona. Take a look at the schedule above for matchups with Texas Rangers spring training tickets currently available in the Vivid Seats marketplace. Spring training opponents typically making way to Surprise, Ariz., include the Chicago Cubs, Seattle Mariners, and Los Angeles Dodgers as well as AL West rivals like the Oakland Athletics and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. If you’re looking for a particular game, use the “Filter Results” to streamline the search for preferred Texas Rangers spring training tickets. You also can get in touch with Vivid Seats customer service representatives and sales agents by calling 866.848.8499 or using Live Chat for assistance while shopping.
Once you’ve found the Rangers spring training contest you want to see live, click “Tickets” to proceed to the next page where you’ll be able to view all available listings. If you’re looking for a seat in a certain section like the Lawn or Lower Dugout, click inside the Surprise Stadium seating chart to display the Rangers spring training tickets for sale in respective areas of the ballpark. To place an order online, simply press “Buy” on your chosen listing and then log in to complete the final steps for checkout. Make sure to review all transaction details prior to submitting the request, including ticket quantity and delivery information. After your order has been confirmed by the seller, your tickets will be covered by our 100% Buyer Guarantee
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The Texas Rangers are an American professional baseball team based in Arlington, Texas, located in the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex. The Rangers franchise currently competes in Major League Baseball as a member of the American League West division. Since 1994, the Rangers have played in Globe Life Park in Arlingt
Surprise Stadium is the Spring Training home for the Texas Rangers and Kansas City Royals, and has been rated as the “best place to watch a Spring Training game.” (Best of Phoenix)
Surprise Stadium was officially opened in December 2002 and since then has hosted not only Spring Training games, but plenty of little league, high school and college sports tournaments, too.
This award-winning facility is used for more than sports. Surprise families have stretched out on the fields to enjoy kid- friendly Movie Nights with their neighbors for years and thousands gather every Fourth of July for a dynamic fireworks show and entertainment festival. Visit the Special Events page for a full list of activities.
For information about Surprise Spring Training visit www.surprisestadium.com.