CINCINNATI - The first 2012 Reds postseason game at Great American Ball Park is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 9 vs. the San Francisco Giants. The Reds would like to inform fans about ticketing and parking recommendations to ensure the postseason experience is as an enjoyable for Reds fans as it will hopefully be for the team they're supporting.
Fans should use tickets marked "National League Division Series Home Game 1" for the NLDS Game 3 on Tuesday, Oct. 9.
If National League Division Series Game 4 on Wednesday, Oct. 10 is played, fans should use tickets marked "National League Division Series Home Game 2."
If National League Division Series Game 5 on Thursday, Oct. 11 is played, fans should use tickets marked "National League Division Series Home Game 3."
Safeguarding your tickets
It is important to take the necessary precautions to safeguard your tickets. Lost tickets cannot be reprinted or replaced. Fans arriving without the correct game tickets will not be admitted into Great American Ball Park.
Third-party tickets will not be accepted for drop-offs at will call.
Customers who chose "will call" on their purchases through Ticketmaster may pick up their tickets at the ticketing kiosks conveniently located in Crosley Terrace and at the Hall of Fame entrance. If your tickets are at will call, we advise you to arrive early. Will call customers must provide a photo ID, the designated confirmation number and the credit card used to purchase the tickets.
Note: You should allow extra time to arrive at the ball park. Gates will open two hours before game time, regardless of start time. Game dates and times are subject to change.
A limited number of parking spaces will be available in the Central Riverfront, Ballpark and East garages. Available spaces must be paid for in cash at the entrance and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Prices are $20 for Central Riverfront and Ballpark garages, and $15 for East Garage.
A limited number of accessible parking spaces will be available in these garages at the prices list above on a first-come, first-served basis as well.
Season ticket holders with parking passes may park in these garages using passes marked "National League Division Series Game 1" for the NLDS Game 3 on Tuesday, Oct. 9. Parking Pass holders will need pay the cash rate at the entrance.
Please use passes marked "Game 2" and "Game 3" for NLDS home Games 2 and 3. (The Home Game number from your game ticket will match the Parking Pass number.)
Parking maps and directions can be found at www.reds.com/parking .
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