Check Out Ticketnetwork For Great Deals on 2019 Dodgers Tickets

The defending National League champion Dodgers look to return to the World Series for the third consecutive season in 2019. Can the Dodgers not only capture their seventh consecutive National League West title and third consecutive National League pennant, but finally break their 30-year old championship drought?

Come out to Dodger Stadium this season and find out. Don’t miss out on all the excitement! The Dodgers open the 2019 season at Dodger Stadium on March 28 against the Arizona Dbacks. Look for exciting matchups throughout the regular season including interleague games against the Angels, Yankees, Blue Jays, Tampa Bay Rays and rivalry games against the Giants, Snakes, Rockies and Padres.

Come see your favorite Dodgers like Clayton Kershaw, Kenley Jansen, Rich Hill, Corey Seager, Justin Turner, Max Muncy, Walker Buehler, Julio Urias and many more as they fight to get back to the World Series. The Dodgers are sure to also have many cool promotional giveaway nights at Chavez Ravine. Be on the lookout for the usual bobblehead nights, Friday night fireworks and many others.

So if you’re looking for affordable tickets, click on the banner above and check out ticketnetwork. They’ve got great deals on all Dodger tickets, including all spring training games from Camelback ranch in Glendale Arizona. From Opening day to the World Series we’ve got you covered. Go to Ticketnetwork for great deals on 2019 Dodger tickets.

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15 thoughts on “Check Out Ticketnetwork For Great Deals on 2019 Dodgers Tickets

  1. Not a dime out of me, must see some “real” moves to improve the team.

    At this point, I’m really not too sure how much tv time will be devoted to this thing.

  2. I cancelled my MLB package, and when I go out to California later this year I doubt I will be going to Dodger Stadium. If I do go to a game it will be out at Rancho Cucamonga to see the Quakes. Much more affordable and you can get great seats for only 13 bucks.

    1. Michael, I have been thinking about that very same thing…not renewing my MLB Extra Innings package, which to be fair does include MLB.TV but with blackouts in place. I simply can put it to ya this way for now at least… I AM NOT looking forward to this 2019 at all.

    2. Michael
      I have extra innings in two different locations and am considering cancelling both. With the direction the team is going I see no need to continue to pay for all of the baseball. I do not find the team entertaining with all the platooning, lineups, ect., plus the absence of 3 of our best players and nothing in return. I cannot stand Friedman and Roberts so what is the point? Where in California do you visit? I used to visit my Dad there until he passed as he was in Rancho Cucamonga? Tough decision for sure.

      1. My sister lives in Carson. Which is down by Torrance in the South Bay. I have a daughter that lives in Lake Isabella. My best friend lives in Lancaster. I do not blame the state of the team on the players. I have and always will be a Dodger fan, but the game has lost a lot of its luster. The most exciting player in the last 20 years is no longer a Dodger, they have traded my favorite player twice. So now I really have no favorite. They have some good players and one future Hall of Famer in Kershaw. But even he is at the point where he is painful to watch on some days. I wish for their success, but I just see more of the same on the horizon. There are a lot of fans who buy into Friedman’s way of doing things and totally believe in him to bring a Championship to LA. I am less optimistic about that. It is so true that they came close. But they failed to reach their goals. The big guns failed when the title was on the line. I wish I could see another Dodger WS title, but with this leadership and the way the owners are acting and the greed I see in the game now, make it less fun to be a fan. It is all about the money. For both the players and ownership. Long gone are the days when the enjoyment of the fan was right at the top of the list. There are players who are totally unselfish and some who are genuine jerks. Unfortunately sometimes it is hard to tell which is which.

    3. Quakes Stadium is a great place to see a game. I actually attended the very first game played in that stadium, at the time they were not a Dodgers team but for the life of me I can’t remember who they were affiliated with then, back in 94 or 95 I believe. Maybe a Padres team, not sure.

  3. I agree tickets are overpriced.

    We only go when we can get some freebies from work or friends.

    The Dugout club remains a blast. Always seem to see Lasorda there.

  4. Scott it looks like we’ve finally started a revolution. Big article on TrueBlue from Nosler on Friedman. I think soon the mainstream sportswriters will join in.

    They are finally coming around to our point of view.

    1. They’re finally realizing that he’s running the Dodgers like a small market team and that’s just not going to work out here. Not adding players this winter and trading away solid regulars for nothing is a terrible look for the richest team in MLB.

  5. Have you seen what they are charging for the fan fest? Outrageous. Meet and greets. I remember when players would just sign freely. As a matter of fact they used to have autograph booths at every level before Sunday games. As much money as Guggenheim is raking in off the loyalty of the Blue Lemming society, they could have signed 20 free agents. This is getting down right ugly. The fans who think this is good management of a baseball team are pissing in the wind. Tired of the BS and Fraudman. I am not spending a dime more that goes into their pockets.

    1. Fraudman. Good one.

      How about: Fraudman, Krapstan and Chokenheim? Sounds like a law firm on the corner of Wall Street and Madison Ave!

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