Single game tickets will go on sale to enjoy the Cardinals games at Ballpark Village right next to Busch Stadium.

Are you one of the many St. Louis Cardinals baseball fans who are extremely excited to get the chance to watch Cardinals baseball in person again this year? Then I'm sure you've already been looking into getting tickets to sit in Busch Stadium, as one of the 14 thousand they will limit into each home game, but if you aren't able to actually get some of those exclusive seats there is another option too you!

Ballpark Village, the massive, beautiful complex right across the street from iconic Busch Stadium has announced they will be selling single game tickets to the St. Louis Cardinals games, this according to an article on KSDK.com. The tickets will be available to purchase starting tomorrow (Wednesday, March 10th) according to this article on radio.com. If you know the Ballpark Village facility then you'll know the space is brilliant, and a great place to watch a game if you cant be in the stadium. The tickets that are for sale are for the Budweiser Brew House Rooftop Bud Deck, as well as the FOX Sports Midwest Live! Venue, for more details click here! 

For more information on Ballpark Village check out their website by clicking here! 

I think this is fantastic for Cardinals Baseball fans who may not have an opportunity to snag some of those exclusive tickets to actually be inside the ballpark for a game. Also from what I saw online the ticket packages were very reasonably priced, and they will be practicing safe social distancing to help insure that everyone who comes to enjoy a game is safe.

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