Cincinnati Reds Tickets

After a tough season finishing last in their division, the Cincinnati Reds are looking to make a run at the playoffs. Featuring a great roster, the Reds look to make the most of their talent and make a streak for the postseason. Get the cheapest Cincinnati Reds tickets out there only on Rukkus!

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What makes Great American Ball Park special?

Each stadium in the MLB has its own particular icon that makes their venue unique. Great American Ball Park is home to one of the MLB’s most recognizable stadium features that truly separates it from any other stadium in the league. From the minute you walk into the stadium, you will notice “The Gap”, a thirty­five foot wide break in the stands between home plate and third base allowing fans within the park to see views of the downtown skyline.

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2016 Reds Outlook

After finishing last in the NL Central in 2015, the Cincinnati Reds hope to turn things around in 2016. But the Reds traded away closer Aroldis Chapman and fan favorite Todd Frazier in this year's offseason and there are still questions surround how good the squad will actually be. The Reds have a tough road ahead playing the NL Central and only time will tell to see how their season turns out.

Cincinnati Reds Ticket Information

A night of fast-paced, entertaining baseball awaits you at a Cincinnati Reds game. The speed and skill on display is impressive and the stadium provides a first-class environment to watch a live sporting event. The rowdy Cincinnati baseball fans are some of the best in world and the festivities surrounding every game are extraordinary. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of the fun!



The Cincinnati Reds always deliver an exciting style of baseball. Their roster is filled with gifted athletes who give their best effort each game. The pitching staff shuts down the opposition while the offense explodes with huge hits and tons of runs. From legendary players like Pete Rose and Joe Morgan, fans of the Cincinnati Reds have always had a terrific team to cheer for. Pick up your tickets right away!

The Reds also have the luxury of playing their home games at the beautiful Great American Ball Park. Opened in 2003, this facility comfortably seats over 40,000 passionate Reds fans. Easily accessible via public transportation, the city of Cincinnati has fallen in love with this ballpark. Come check it out for yourself and watch the Reds in action. Grab your tickets now!

A Cincinnati Reds game at the Great American Ball Park is an enjoyable event that will have you coming back for more. The quality of baseball is amazing and the festive crowd environment is second to none. The facility is one of the best in all of North America. Visit Cincinnati and watch the “Big Red Machine” take the field. Get your Reds tickets today!

Big Red Machine: A Brief History of the Cincinnati Reds

The Cincinnati Reds trace their roots all the way back to the early days of organized baseball. Officially established as an independent club in 1881, they were a charter member of the American Association prior to moving to the National League in 1890. Their impressive resume includes nine National league pennants and five World Series titles. A plethora of All-stars have called Cincinnati home and the passionate and loyal fan base consistently packs their current home stadium, Great American Ballpark.

The early days in the NL were not kind to the Reds and they experienced a stretch from 1890 through 1918 that would see them finish as high as 3rd place only four times. The year 1919 found the Reds on top of the NL with a record of 96-44, the best record in franchise history to that point. NL pennant in hand, the Reds would go on to a World Series date with the Chicago White Sox. The Reds prevailed in eight games and claimed their first World Series title. Unfortunately, the resulting Black Sox scandal would somewhat taint their accomplishment and the series is mainly remembered for whether or not the White Sox intentionally tried to lose.

Another stretch of hardship began the following season. The Reds would miss the postseason each year from 1920 through 1938, finishing in 2nd place three times. A particularly dreadful stretch was from 1931 through 1934 as the Reds would finish in last place each of the four seasons. An ownership change in 1933 would finally lead to some changes. New GM Larry MacPhail would focus on developing the Reds minor league system and set the organization up for a return to prominence. The Reds won back-to-back NL pennants in 1939 and 1940 behind a solid pitching staff and a finally developed offense. 1939 would see them swept in the World Series 4-0 by the New York Yankees, while the 1940 club would win a franchise best 100 games and defeat the Detroit Tigers in seven games to win their second World Series title.

Success would not last and Cincinnati would be back to the middle of the pack for the better part of the next two decades. The Reds would develop a potent offense in the mid-1950s and the entertaining squad would help to push attendance past the 1 million mark in both 1956 and 1957. Led by NL Rookie of the Year Frank Robinson, 1956’s club would belt 221 HRs to tie the existing NL record. The club would continue to develop their players and it all came together for the 1961 season. The Reds would finish with a record of 93-61, good enough to win another NL Pennant. Another World Series matchup with the New York Yankees was set with the Reds falling in five games. The Reds remained competitive throughout the remainder of the decade but would not return to the postseason. A shocking trade of Frank Robinson would produce a poor return, but the Reds farm system was able to continuously produce solid major leaguers that would form the core of the team and set the franchise up for a decade of excellence.

1970 would see the Reds move into their new home of Riverfront Stadium and draw over 1.8 million fans. The core had developed and the Big Red Machine was born. Behind the potent offense, led by C Johnny Bench, 1B Lee May, 3B Tony Perez and OF Pete Rose, the Reds would soar to a record of 102-60 and win the NL West division. After sweeping the Pittsburgh Pirates to win the NLCS, the Reds would go down in defeat to the Baltimore Orioles in the World Series in five games. A small setback in 1971 would see the club dip below .500 and use the opportunity to retool the roster. Key acquisitions included 2B Joe Morgan and OF George Foster, further bolstering an already potent offensive attack. The club would return to the postseason in both 1972 and 1973, closing out 1972 by losing to the Oakland A’s in the World Series 4 games to 3 and dropping the 1973 NLCS to the New York Mets in five games.

The Reds would finish 1974 with a record of 98-64 but fail to qualify for the playoffs, however their greatest success was right around the corner. An absolutely loaded squad that is regarded as one of the greatest in MLB history, the Big Red Machine would dominate the sport in 1975 and 1976. 108 wins in 1975 was followed by another 102 wins in 1976 and the Reds would roll into the playoffs in both seasons. Cincinnati would be pushed to the limit in the 1975 World Series, a thrilling seven game series win over the Boston Red Sox. The Yankees were up again for the ’76 Fall Classic, but this time there was no stopping the Big Red Machine and they cruised to a four game sweep.

The Reds would close out the decade by remaining competitive, but father time and the inability to keep the key players together would take its toll. 1979 would be the last hurrah, the Reds would return to the postseason only to be swept in the NLCS by the Pittsburgh Pirates. The 1980s were a lost decade for the Reds and their faithful, the club would return to the middle of the pack. A four year stretch from 1985 through 1988 would see the Reds finish 2nd in their division each year.

The Reds jumped out of the gate in the 1990 season by winning their first nine games. The club would never relinquish their division lead, going wire-to-wire to return to the postseason. After defeating the Pirates to take down the NLCS, the Reds would go on to sweep the favored Oakland A’s to win the World Series. An incredibly balanced team, featuring SS Barry Larkin, OF Eric Davis and Ps Jose Rijo and Rob Dibble, the Reds faithful were hoping for Big Red Machine 2. Unfortunately, this was not in the cards and the Reds would only make the postseason one more time in the 1990s, a 1995 sweep by the Atlanta Braves in the NLCS.

The Reds would remain out of the postseason until 2010 but have qualified for three of the past five seasons. Thus far unable to capture another World Series crown, the Reds and their fans are hoping the exciting young core will continue to develop. 1B Joey Votto, 3B Todd Frazier and C Devin Mesoraco conjure up memories of offensive juggernauts of years past and young P Johnny Cueto is one of the most exciting hurlers in the game. Great American Ballpark promises to continue providing an awesome game day experience as the Reds pursue another trip to the postseason.

Cincinnati Reds Lineup

  • Dylan Axelrod
  • Homer Bailey DL60
  • Trevor Bell DL60
  • Aroldis Chapman
  • Tony Cingrani
  • Carlos Contreras
  • Daniel Corcino
  • Johnny Cueto
  • Ryan Dennick
  • Jumbo Diaz
  • Ismael Guillon
  • David Holmberg
  • J.J. Hoover
  • Rasiel Iglesias
  • Mat Latos
  • Mike Leake
  • Sam LeCure
  • Sean Marshall DL60
  • Logan Ondrusek
  • Manny Parra
  • Curtis Partch
  • Chad Rogers
  • Alfredo Simon
  • Pedro Villarreal
  • Tucker Barnhart
  • Devin Mesoraco
  • Neftali Soto
  • Zack Cozart
  • Jake Elmore
  • Todd Frazier
  • Jack Hannahan
  • Kris Negron
  • Brayan Pena
  • Brandon Phillips
  • Ramon Santiago
  • Joey Votto DL60
  • Jason Bourgeois
  • Jay Bruce
  • Juan Duran
  • Billy Hamilton
  • Chris Heisey
  • Ryan Ludwick
  • Donald Lutz
  • Yorman Rodriguez
  • Skip Schumaker

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Cincinnati Reds Ticket Prices

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Cheap Cincinnati Reds 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 Cincinnati Reds at Los Angeles Dodgers — 05/24/2016
Dodger Stadium; Los Angeles, CA
$1.00 Kansas City Royals at Cincinnati Reds — 08/19/2015
Great American Ball Park; Cincinnati, OH
$2.00 Cincinnati Reds at Los Angeles Angels — 08/31/2016
Angel Stadium of Anaheim; Anaheim, CA
$2.00 Cincinnati Reds at St. Louis Cardinals — 08/10/2016
Busch Stadium; Saint Louis, MO
$2.00 San Diego Padres at Cincinnati Reds — 06/26/2016
Great American Ball Park; Cincinnati, OH
$2.00 Cincinnati Reds at Los Angeles Angels — 08/30/2016
Angel Stadium of Anaheim; Anaheim, CA
$2.00 Cincinnati Reds at Atlanta Braves — 06/14/2016
Turner Field; Atlanta, GA
$2.00 Cincinnati Reds at Atlanta Braves — 06/15/2016
Turner Field; Atlanta, GA
$2.00 Cincinnati Reds at St. Louis Cardinals — 08/09/2016
Busch Stadium; Saint Louis, MO
$2.00 Cincinnati Reds at St. Louis Cardinals — 09/12/2017
Busch Stadium; Saint Louis, MO

Best and Most Expensive Cincinnati Reds Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$148.00Milwaukee Brewers at Cincinnati Reds — 06/29/2017
Great American Ball Park; Cincinnati, OH
$143.00Pittsburgh Pirates at Cincinnati Reds — 09/16/2017
Great American Ball Park; Cincinnati, OH
$137.00Cincinnati Reds at Washington Nationals — 08/04/2018
Nationals Park; Washington, DC
$128.00Cincinnati Reds at Washington Nationals — 08/05/2018
Nationals Park; Washington, DC
$128.00Cincinnati Reds at Chicago Cubs — 04/11/2016
Wrigley Field; Chicago, IL
$127.00Cincinnati Reds at Washington Nationals — 08/03/2018
Nationals Park; Washington, DC
$107.00Cincinnati Reds at Washington Nationals — 08/02/2018
Nationals Park; Washington, DC
$99.00Cincinnati Reds at Los Angeles Dodgers — 05/11/2018
Dodger Stadium; Los Angeles, CA
$99.00Cincinnati Reds at Los Angeles Dodgers — 05/12/2018
Dodger Stadium; Los Angeles, CA
$98.00Spring Training: Cincinnati Reds at Arizona Diamondbacks — 03/16/2016
Salt River Fields at Talking Stick; Scottsdale, AZ
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