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CINCINNATI - Plenty of tickets are still up for grabs for when the Cincinnati Reds play at Great American Ball Park during the 2012 postseason.
If the Reds get past the San Francisco Giants in the NLDS, tickets have been made available for the games to be played in Cincinnati during the NLCS.
The Reds announced a limited number of tickets will go on sale by phone only beginning Saturday, Oct. 6 at 9 a.m.
To try and get a ticket, call (513)381-REDS (7337) or 1-877-647-REDS (7337).
These tickets have been set aside for fans without Internet access or for fans not selected in the online ticket opportunities. A limit of four tickets per order will be enforced.
No tickets will be available at the Great American Ball Park ticket office.
NLCS games at Great American Ball Park would take place on any of the following days, depending on the winner of the other NLDS: Sunday, Oct. 14, Monday, Oct. 15, Wednesday, Oct. 17, Thursday, Oct. 18, Friday, Oct. 19, Sunday, Oct. 21, Monday, Oct. 22.
The Reds play the first two games of the NLDS in San Francisco on Oct. 6 and 7, and come back to Cincinnati for the next three that are necessary beginning Tuesday, Oct. 9 through Thursday, Oct. 11.
At last check, many tickets for the Reds NLDS games in Cincinnati were still available via stubhub.com for as cheap as $41.
Check out WCPO's story on ticketing and parking policies for the playoffs for additional information.
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