Milwaukee Brewers Tickets

After a mediocre 2016, the Milwaukee Brewers look to improve in 2017. With a fairly young and unproven roster, the Brewers look to make a competitive run at the playoffs. Don’t miss out on the great MLB atmosphere and find the cheapest Milwaukee Brewers tickets on Rukkus!

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Using Rukkus’ user friendly and interactive maps feature, you can easily see where in Miller Park your purchased seats are. Whether you are sitting behind home plate, next to third base, or in the outfield bleachers, Rukkus’ dynamic map of Miller Park 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 Miller Park special?

Each stadium in the MLB has its own particular icon that makes their venue unique. Miller 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, looking up at the roof you will notice that Miller Park has a retractable roof, with panels that open and close simultaneously in a sweeping manner from the first­ and third­base sides toward center field. This manner of retractable roof is the only of its kind across the MLB parks.

How do I buy the best away tickets for Brewers?

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When do Milwaukee Brewers tickets go on sale?

The best way to find out when Brewers tickets go on sale is to go directly to the Brewers 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 Milwaukee Brewers play every day of the week, so finding cheap tickets for sale at Miller Park during the week or even for games on weekends is very easy through the Rukkus app.

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2016 Brewers Outlook

After a finishing fourth in the tough NL Central in 2015, the Milwaukee Brewers are looking to come out fast and strong when Opening Day for 2016 takes off. The Brewers still feature All Star OF Ryan Braun who will look to make the most of 2016 and get the Brewers through the tough NL Central into the playoffs.

Milwaukee Brewers Ticket Information

There is no better sight than an MLB game in beautiful Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Come join the thousands of Brewers fans that make these games into incredible experiences. The “Brew Crew” is a fast, young team that comes out to prove itself during every game. The home crowd at Miller Park supports their team enthusiastically and the atmosphere in the stadium is phenomenal. Get your tickets today and be part of the experience!

Terrific pitching and homerun hitting power at the plate define this Brewers team. Opponents had better be prepared for the many ways that the Brewers can win baseball games. The pitching staff is full of powerful arms that can intimidate the opposition. Meanwhile, spectacular plays are routinely made in the field, from diving catches to quick double plays. At the plate, the potential for a big hit is always just one swing away. Come join the action and get your Brewers tickets now!

Adding to the fun baseball experience is beautiful Miller Park. The fan-friendly environment at a Brewers game is outstanding, as the people of Wisconsin have embraced their team. Festivities can be found all around the city of Milwaukee on game day. The “Sausage Race” in between innings adds to the fun atmosphere in the ball park. Rain or shine, the Brewers can play ball in this beautiful stadium with its retractable roof. Grab your tickets to Brewers baseball right away!

You won’t be disappointed when you visit Miller Park for a Milwaukee Brewers game. Fast-paced action, first-rate stadium facilities, and a fan-friendly atmosphere are just part of the overall experience. Come be a part of the festivities as the Brewers look to add another NL Central pennant to their already impressive resume. Pick up your Milwaukee Brewers tickets today!

Brew Crew: A Brief History of the Milwaukee Brewers

The Milwaukee Brewers began play in the 1970 season as a member of the American league. The team traces their origins to the prior year as an expansion franchise located in Seattle. The Seattle Pilots experienced a rough debut season as stadium issues, poor attendance and overall financial instability led to the team being sold to Bud Selig following the regular season. The Brewers were born and would fill the void of MLB caused by the Milwaukee Braves departure for Atlanta following the 1965 season.

The Brew Crew would struggle for the early part of their existence and finish under .500 for their first eight seasons. Slowly the team would develop and the Brewers fielded their first competitive team in 1978. Finishing with a record of 93-69, good for 3rd place in the AL East, the Brewers began a run of six consecutive seasons over .500. An intriguing duo of future Hall-of-famers 2B Paul Molitor and SS Robin Yount spearheaded the attack and the Brewers developed into one of the more potent offenses in the AL. Complemented by the power bats of OFs Gorman Thomas and Larry Hisle and the consistency of five-time All-star 1B Cecil Cooper, the Brew Crew was ready to contend.

The offensive rise would continue in 1979 as Thomas would belt 45 HRs and knock in 123 RBIs while enjoying his finest season. Cooper would bat .308 while hitting 24 HRs and driving in 106 RBIs. The club would finish with a franchise best record of 95-66, good for 2nd place in the AL East. 1980 would see a similar offensive output with Cooper batting an incredible .352 and Thomas socking another 38 HRs, but the Brew Crew would again fall short in the standings, finishing in 3rd place with a record of 86-76.

The strike-shortened 1981 season was a tale of two halves and final standings were split into first half and second half standings due to the strike. The Brewers finished in 3rd for the first half but would rebound to finish 1st in the second half, granting the Crew and their fans a long-awaited entry into the postseason. RP Rollie Fingers had a season for the ages, capturing both the AL MVP Award and the AL Cy Young Award. The postseason was structured to recognize winners of both halves and the Brewers would meet the New York Yankees in the opening round. The Brewers would rally from a 2-0 deficit to force a decisive 5th game before falling to the Yanks.

The Brewers and their faithful entered the 1982 campaign with heightened expectations. A potent offensive attack was joined by staff ace Ps Pete Vuckovich and Mike Caldwell to give the Brewers their best chance to take down the AL Pennant to date. Cooper, Thomas and OF Ben Oglivie would all exceed the 30 HR mark and Yount would lead the AL with 210 hits on his way to taking home MVP honors. The Brew Crew would finish with a record of 95-67 and edge out the Baltimore Orioles to take down the AL East. The California Angels were up next for the ALCS and the series would go the distance, with the Brewers winning a thrilling Game 5 to claim their first AL Pennant. A World Series date with the St. Louis Cardinals was on tap. Another thrilling series that would go the distance, the Brewers would fall in a decisive 7th game 6-3.

The remainder of the ‘80s would see the team fall back to the middle of the pack. Riding the enthusiasm of the thrilling ’82 season, the club would draw a then record 2.3 million fans to County Stadium in 1983. The Brew Crew would not contend that year and fall to 5th place in the division. Three dreadful seasons of sub-.500 ball would follow, but the club would close out the decade with three consecutive seasons of .500 or above. A bright spot throughout his tenure, Yount would win his 2nd MVP award in the 1989 season, batting .318 with 21 HRs and 103 RBIs.

The postseason drought would extend throughout the 1990s and well into the 2000s. The Brew Crew and their fans had fallen on hard times, with a particularly frustrating stretch from 1993 through 2004 in which the team would fail to finish at .500 or above each season. A few significant changes occurred during this period as well. The Brewers would move to the NL for the 1998 season and move into their new home of Miller Park in 2001. Despite the team finishing the year at 68-94 and in 4th place in their division, the new ball park was a hit and drew over 2.8 million fans throughout the season. Finally, in 2008 the Brewers would return to the postseason by capturing the NL Wild Card spot. Although falling to the Philadelphia Phillies in the opening round, the Brew Crew had returned to relevance and drew over 3 million fans in 2008 and 2009.

The 2011 club would enjoy their best season since the World Series campaign of 1982. Cruising to a record of 96-66 behind the bats of NL MVP OF Ryan Braun and 1B Prince Fielder, the Brewers captured the NL Central Division crown. After defeating the Arizona Diamondbacks in the opening round, the Brewers would go on to the NLCS before falling to the St. Louis Cardinals in six games. 2011 saw a franchise record 3.071 million fans in attendance as the Brewers had seemingly finally put the pieces together with a strong pitching staff complementing their prolific offense. The success was short-lived however, and the Brewers would fall back to the middle of the division for the following three seasons.

The current day Brew Crew features another collection of imposing bats. Braun is joined in the lineup by 1B Adam Lind and 3B Aramis Ramirez to form an imposing heart of the order and the pitching staff shows signs of promise. Miller Park, regarded as one of the finest stadiums in all of MLB, will continue to provide an awesome atmosphere for the Brew Crew and their faithful fans.

Milwaukee Brewers Lineup

  • Michael Blazek
  • Jonathan Broxton
  • Zach Duke
  • Marco Estrada
  • Mike Fiers
  • Alfredo Figaro
  • Yovani Gallardo
  • Matt Garza
  • Tom Gorzelanny
  • Brooks Hall
  • Johnny Hellweg
  • Jim Henderson DL60
  • Jeremy Jeffress
  • Brandon Kintzler
  • Kyle Lohse
  • Jimmy Nelson
  • Ariel Pena
  • Wily Peralta
  • Francisco Rodriguez
  • Will Smith
  • Tyler Thornburg DL60
  • Wei-Chung Wang
  • Rob Wooten
  • Miguel Yan
  • Jonathan Lucroy
  • Martin Maldonado
  • Matt Pagnozzi
  • Jeff Bianchi DL60
  • Matt Clark
  • Scooter Gennett
  • Hector Gomez
  • Hunter Morris
  • Lyle Overbay
  • Aramis Ramirez
  • Mark Reynolds
  • Jason Rogers
  • Jean Segura
  • Rickie Weeks
  • Ryan Braun
  • Khris Davis
  • Carlos Gomez
  • Elian Herrera
  • Gerardo Parra
  • Logan Schafer

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Milwaukee Brewers Ticket Prices


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Cheap Milwaukee Brewers 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 Pittsburgh Pirates at Milwaukee Brewers — 09/02/2015
Miller Park; Milwaukee, WI
$1.00 Milwaukee Brewers at Los Angeles Dodgers — 06/16/2016
Dodger Stadium; Los Angeles, CA
$2.00 Exhibition: Milwaukee Brewers at Houston Astros — 04/01/2016
Minute Maid Park; Houston, TX
$2.00 San Diego Padres at Milwaukee Brewers — 05/12/2016
Miller Park; Milwaukee, WI
$2.00 Milwaukee Brewers at San Francisco Giants — 06/13/2016
AT&T Park; San Francisco, CA
$2.00 Exhibition: Milwaukee Brewers at Houston Astros — 03/31/2016
Minute Maid Park; Houston, TX
$2.00 Milwaukee Brewers at Atlanta Braves — 05/25/2016
Turner Field; Atlanta, GA
$2.00 Los Angeles Angels at Milwaukee Brewers — 05/02/2016
Miller Park; Milwaukee, WI
$2.00 New York Mets at Milwaukee Brewers — 06/09/2016
Miller Park; Milwaukee, WI
$2.00 San Diego Padres at San Francisco Giants — 05/04/2015
AT&T Park; San Francisco, CA

Best and Most Expensive Milwaukee Brewers Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$1,554.00World Series: TBD at Milwaukee Brewers — 11/01/2017
Miller Park; Milwaukee, WI
$1,187.00World Series: TBD at Milwaukee Brewers — 10/25/2017
Miller Park; Milwaukee, WI
$947.00World Series: TBD at Milwaukee Brewers - Game 4 (If Necessary) — 10/25/2014
Miller Park; Milwaukee, WI
$947.00World Series: TBD at Milwaukee Brewers - Game 3 (If Necessary) — 10/24/2014
Miller Park; Milwaukee, WI
$647.00NLCS: TBD at Milwaukee Brewers — 10/22/2017
Miller Park; Milwaukee, WI
$496.00NLCS: TBD at Milwaukee Brewers — 10/15/2017
Miller Park; Milwaukee, WI
$473.00NLCS: TBD at Milwaukee Brewers - Home Game 4 (If Necessary) — 10/19/2014
Miller Park; Milwaukee, WI
$363.00NLCS: TBD at Milwaukee Brewers — 10/21/2017
Miller Park; Milwaukee, WI
$332.00NLDS: TBD at Milwaukee Brewers — 10/12/2017
Miller Park; Milwaukee, WI
$295.00NLCS: TBD at Milwaukee Brewers - Home Game 2 (If Necessary) — 10/12/2014
Miller Park; Milwaukee, WI