Chicago White Sox Tickets

After losing many key players in the offseason, how the season will go for the Chicago White Sox is a mystery. Being in a tough division, the White Sox will need to take advantage of their talent to make the playoffs. Don’t miss out on the cheapest Chicago White Sox tickets on Rukkus!

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Where are my seats at U.S. Cellular Field

Using Rukkus’ user friendly and interactive maps feature, you can easily see where in U.S. Cellular Field your purchased seats are. Whether you are sitting behind home plate, next to third base, or in the outfield bleachers, Rukkus’ dynamic map of U.S. Cellular Field allows you to see exactly where your seats will be and the view that you should expect when you arrive at the game.

What makes U.S. Cellular Field special?

Each stadium in the MLB has its own particular icon that makes their venue unique. U.S. Cellular Field is home to one of the MLB’s most recognizable stadium features that truly separates it from any other stadium in the league. Before U.S. Cellular Field was built, The White Sox played in Comiskey Park, at the time the oldest ballpark in the MLB. Currently, the original location of Comiskey Park’s home plate is located just outside U.S. Cellular Field’s grounds by Gate 5 in Lot B.

How do I buy the best away tickets for White Sox?

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When do Chicago White Sox tickets go on sale?

The best way to find out when White Sox tickets go on sale is to go directly to the White Sox page and look over their event schedule. All of their tickets that are for sale will be listed by the date of the game. The Chicago White Sox play every day of the week, so finding cheap tickets for sale at U.S. Cellular Field during the week or even for games on weekends is very easy through the Rukkus app.

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Since Rukkus is able to search hundreds of sites for Chicago White Sox tickets, we are always able to provide cheap tickets for White Sox fans. If you are looking for the game tonight or today, feel free to search our site for the best seats at U.S. Cellular Field. Last minute sales can also be a great way to attend a game, that is happening tonight, at a discount.

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2016 White Sox Outlook

Things are looking up for the Chicago White Sox in 2016 as they acquired Todd Frazier and Brett Lawrie who will add strength on offense and defense. The White Sox still feature power hitter Jose Abreu and ace Chris Sale who are both looking to have big seasons in 2016. With these improvements, the White Sox could be a quiet contender in the AL this season

Chicago White Sox Ticket Information

The excellent baseball and storied tradition of the Chicago White Sox provide a fan experience like no other. At U.S. Cellular Field you will witness “America’s Game” being played at the highest level. Fans in the ballpark add to the excitement with their passion for the game. Pick up your tickets today and don’t miss your chance to be a part of the action!

The Chicago White Sox are one of the most captivating teams in the entire baseball world. A mixture of young talent and veteran leadership has this team winning games and marching towards the playoffs. The pitching staff brings the heat every night while the players behind them make incredible plays in the field. Homeruns and screaming line drives are always on display at a White Sox game. Grab tickets to this thrilling day of baseball right away!

While the baseball on the field keeps the crowd entertained, the wonderful city of Chicago impresses sports fans of all kinds. Chicago is a true “baseball city” and they have embraced the White Sox since their founding in 1901. U.S. Cellular Field is always full of energy on game days as fans in black and white show up in the thousands to cheer on their White Sox. Get your tickets today!

Terrific athleticism and a first-rate baseball city will keep you coming back for more Chicago White Sox games. The speed and raw talent on the White Sox lineup is truly a sight to be seen live. Come see the White Sox as they battle some of the best competition the MLB has to offer. Join your fellow avid baseball fans at “The Cell” for a day of amazing baseball. Buy your tickets now!

Chicago White Sox Bio

It's been a long time since the Chicago White Sox first took the field in the world of baseball, as the team's roots date all the way back to 1894. However, it wasn't until 1901 that the White Sox played in Major League Baseball for the first time, going by the awesome Chicago White Stockings name at that time before becoming the White Sox only a couple of years later. Unlike most new franchises, the White Sox experienced very few struggles in their initial vault into baseball. In fact, from 1901 to 1909, the team only had a single losing season on their resume. There's no doubt that the biggest achievement during that stretch was their 1906 World Series triumph over the Chicago Cubs in a great six game series. The team's success would fade only a minor bit over the next several years, but their return to the post-season would result in another world championship, this time coming in 1917 against what were then known as the New York Giants. Then came the infamous 1919 World Series in which the White Sox went toe-to-toe with the Cincinnati Reds and the Black Sox Scandal came to light after players were apparently intentionally trying to lose the games. This would place a large cloud over the entire organization for many years to come. How long exactly? Well, the White Sox didn't return to the playoffs for 40 years following the debacle in 1919, as they came up short against the Los Angeles Dodgers in another thrilling Fall Classic. Unfortunately, the struggles didn't end there. After the disappointing World Series loss, the White Sox would have to wait almost another 30 years before sniffing the post-season once again. The 1983 playoffs didn't end the way they wanted it to either, with the team being ousted by the Baltimore Orioles in the ALCS. Two more playoff appearances would come to Chicago in 1993 and 2000 before the team was finally able to erase the bad karma that was placed on them following the 1919 World Series. The White Sox were absolutely dominant in 2005 when they steamrolled through the post-season and won a world championship by losing only a single game in the process. The franchise only has a single post-season appearance since then, as it looks to once again find the confidence and momentum to make it to baseball's biggest stage.

Chicago White Sox Marquee Players

Given the team long's history, there have been numerous great talents that have called Chicago their home. The White Sox organization has retired 10 numbers since the team's inception, with names like Harold Baines, Carlton Fisk, Luis Aparicio, and Minnie Minoso all being among the group. Perhaps the most recent well-known player in the White Sox organization is Frank Thomas, who took the league by storm and managed to pick up MVP honors in baseball in 1993 and 1994 for his efforts. How many Hall-of-Famers have played for the White Sox at one point during their careers? Make a ridiculously high number of 33 in that department. It's clear to see that the White Sox have been no strangers to some of baseball's best pure talents throughout their history.

Chicago White Sox Pennants and World Series Titles

After the White Sox added world championships to their cause in the early 1900s, they finally were able to pick up another after their incredible playoff run in 2005. The team has compiled six American League pennants overall during their history, but they may have much fewer divisional titles than you would expect for a team that has experienced a decent amount of success. Chicago has three Central Division crowns to their credit, and they also added two West Division titles when they were a part of that stellar group of teams.

Chicago White Sox Venue Information

Four ballparks have been responsible for holding White Sox home games throughout the team's run in the MLB, but the current one is U.S. Cellular Field, which most fans know as the newer and updated version of Comiskey Park. The park held its traditional name upon opening in 1991, but then came U.S. Cellular to take over the naming rights of the stadium in 2003. The ballpark has undergone a lot of great renovations since it opened up to Chicago fans, and has an awesome number of features that fans can expect when they go and see a game live. Rain room where fans can get away from the heat during the summer months? Check. A place for young White Sox fans to work on their game? Check. A great variety of good food and beer? Check. So there's certainly plenty to see if you visit U.S. Cellular Field for a White Sox home game in the near future.

Chicago White Sox 2015 Season Outlook

You'd have to go all the way back to 2008 if you wanted to look at the White Sox's post-season slate, as the team just hasn't been able to get over the hump since making it to the ALDS round that year. Chicago has been able to accumulate two winning seasons during that stretch, but unfortunately, the White Sox just haven't been able to turn that into a playoff appearance. Will 2015 bring new life into the club and allow them to repeat their World Series feat from 10 years ago? Honestly, it doesn't look all that likely. There's a good chance that the team will be able to improve upon its 73 wins from a year ago, but that number may not go up a significant amount. Detroit and Kansas City will be the class of the AL Central once again, and while Minnesota should find itself in the cellar once again, the White Sox may not be able to do enough to finish any higher than fourth. Chris Sale will once again lead the pitching staff, and then there's the supremely talented Jose Abreu who will do work when it comes to hitting. But even those two being as good as they are may not be able to steer the White Sox into the post-season for the first time in seven years.

Chicago White Sox Lineup

  • Chris Bassitt
  • Ronald Belisario
  • Scott Carroll
  • Maikel Cleto
  • John Danks
  • Frank De Los Santos
  • Raul Fernandez
  • Javy Guerra
  • Erik Johnson
  • Nate Jones DL60
  • Matt Lindstrom
  • Hector Noesi
  • Felipe Paulino DL60
  • Jake Petricka
  • Zach Putnam
  • Jose Quintana
  • Andre Rienzo
  • Chris Sale
  • Scott Snodgress
  • Eric Surkamp
  • Taylor Thompson
  • Daniel Webb
  • Tyler Flowers
  • Adrian Nieto
  • Josh Phegley
  • Jose Abreu
  • Matt Davidson
  • Leury Garcia
  • Conor Gillaspie
  • Alexei Ramirez
  • Carlos Sanchez
  • Marcus Semien
  • Andy Wilkins
  • Jordan Danks
  • Adam Eaton
  • Avisail Garcia
  • Jared Mitchell
  • Moises Sierra
  • Michael Taylor
  • Trayce Thompson
  • Dayan Viciedo

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Cheap Chicago White Sox Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$1.00 Kansas City Royals at Chicago White Sox — 09/10/2016
U.S. Cellular Field; Chicago, IL
$1.00 Oakland Athletics at Chicago White Sox — 08/21/2016
U.S. Cellular Field; Chicago, IL
$1.00 Kansas City Royals at Chicago White Sox — 09/11/2016
U.S. Cellular Field; Chicago, IL
$1.00 Cleveland Indians at Chicago White Sox — 09/06/2017
U.S. Cellular Field; Chicago, IL
$2.00 Los Angeles Angels at Chicago White Sox — 04/20/2016
U.S. Cellular Field; Chicago, IL
$2.00 Atlanta Braves at Chicago White Sox — 07/09/2016
U.S. Cellular Field; Chicago, IL
$2.00 Philadelphia Phillies at Chicago White Sox — 08/24/2016
U.S. Cellular Field; Chicago, IL
$2.00 Minnesota Twins at Chicago White Sox — 06/30/2016
U.S. Cellular Field; Chicago, IL
$2.00 Los Angeles Angels at Chicago White Sox — 04/21/2016
U.S. Cellular Field; Chicago, IL
$2.00 Los Angeles Angels at Chicago White Sox — 04/19/2016
U.S. Cellular Field; Chicago, IL

Best and Most Expensive Chicago White Sox Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$215.00New York Yankees at Chicago White Sox — 08/08/2018
U.S. Cellular Field; Chicago, IL
$144.00Chicago Cubs at Chicago White Sox — 07/26/2017
U.S. Cellular Field; Chicago, IL
$125.00Cleveland Indians at Chicago White Sox — 08/12/2018
U.S. Cellular Field; Chicago, IL
$125.00Cleveland Indians at Chicago White Sox — 08/10/2018
U.S. Cellular Field; Chicago, IL
$105.00Chicago White Sox at Cleveland Indians — 06/17/2016
Progressive Field; Cleveland, OH
$104.00Cleveland Indians at Chicago White Sox — 06/12/2018
U.S. Cellular Field; Chicago, IL
$104.00Cleveland Indians at Chicago White Sox — 06/13/2018
U.S. Cellular Field; Chicago, IL
$98.00Chicago White Sox at Chicago Cubs — 07/28/2016
Wrigley Field; Chicago, IL
$89.00Chicago White Sox at Kansas City Royals — 04/06/2015
Kauffman Stadium; Kansas City, MO
$80.00Cleveland Indians at Chicago White Sox — 07/29/2017
U.S. Cellular Field; Chicago, IL