Tickets for potential tiebreaker game on sale Wednesday

Tickets Available Beginning at 10 a.m. at, by Phone & at Area Hy-Vee Stores

KANSAS CITY, MO (September 23, 2014) - With a tiebreaker scenario in which the Royals host a game to determine the American League Wild Card winners still plausible, the Kansas City Royals have announced that tickets for a potential tiebreaker game at Kauffman Stadium will go on sale to the general public on Wednesday, September 24. If a tiebreaker is necessary between the Royals and Detroit Tigers to determine the A.L. Central Division title, that game will be held in Detroit.

A limited number of tickets for a tiebreaker game that may take place at Kauffman Stadium will be available for sale beginning at 10 a.m. Tickets will be available at, by phone at 1-800-6ROYALS and at area Hy-Vee locations. Please note that tickets will NOT be available at the Kauffman Stadium Box Office.

The dates, times and locations for possible tiebreaker games are yet to be determined. In the event that a tiebreaker game is not necessary and, therefore, not played, all single-game purchases for that game will be refunded. No refunds will be issued for played games for any reason. The ticket holder will also receive a refund of the per ticket convenience fee. However, per order processing/shipping and handling fees are non-refundable. 

Fans who purchase tiebreaker tickets at any of the area Hy-Vee locations must retain their tickets for a refund in the event that the game isn't played. The tickets will need to be returned in person to the Kauffman Stadium Box Office or mailed to the Royals along with a ticket refund form that will be included in the ticket purchase at Hy-Vee. For those fans purchasing online or by phone, refunds will be credited back to the card on which the tickets were purchased.

Please note that ticket strips for the 2014 Postseason that were previously made available for season ticket holders to purchase include a ticket for a potential tiebreaker game. This ticket is identified as "Tiebreaker Game 1" in the 2014 Postseason ticket strip.

Ticket pricing for all playoff rounds, including potential tiebreaker games, will vary, and all prices are set in conjunction with Major League Baseball.