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July 15, 2019

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Fans can make deposit next week for 2019 season at new ballpark in Summerlin

Las Vegas Ballpark Groundbreaking

An artist’s rendering is displayed during a groundbreaking ceremony for Las Vegas Ballpark, a 10,000-fan capacity baseball stadium and future home of the Las Vegas 51s, in Summerlin Friday, Feb. 23, 2018.

Fans looking to secure seats at the under-construction $150 million, 10,000-seat Las Vegas Ballpark for 51s games next season can get a head start next week.

Starting at 10 a.m. Monday, potential season-ticket holders can place $100 deposits per seat in their desired seating level at the Downtown Summerlin stadium for the Triple-A team’s 2019 season. Those who are already season-ticket holders or group buyers are not required to place the $100 deposit.

New customers placing season-ticket deposits will have the chance to choose seats once current 51s season-ticket holders reserve their spots.

The spot on the priority list for new season-ticket hopefuls will be based on the time and date a deposit was made.

Inventory is limited and seasons-ticket sales will be determined on a first-come, first-serve basis. Priority order is based on 2018 season-ticket holders, followed by customers who make a $100 deposit and then the public.

The $100 deposit will be kept on the customers’ account to secure the priority. At the date of the purchase, the deposit will be applied toward the total cost of the season tickets or group event.

All deposits are refundable if customers decide not to purchase tickets. To make a deposit, go here.

Along with the new stadium, the 51s will have a new team name — derived from a five-team, fan-choice vote — and major league affiliation to start the 2019 season. The player-development agreement with the New York Mets will conclude at the end of this season, and the Mets have already announced their Triple-A affiliate will be in Syracuse, N.Y. starting in 2019.

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