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Chicago White Sox Tickets and Seats

Best Seats for a Chicago White Sox Game

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Sep 02

Mon . 01:05 PM

Chicago White Sox at Baltimore Orioles

Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore, MD

Sep 03

Tue . 06:35 PM

Chicago White Sox at Baltimore Orioles

Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore, MD

Sep 04

Wed . 06:35 PM

Chicago White Sox at Baltimore Orioles

Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore, MD

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Jun 22

Sat . 01:10 PM

Chicago White Sox at Detroit Tigers

Comerica Park, Detroit, MI

Jun 23

Sun . 01:40 PM

Chicago White Sox at Detroit Tigers

Comerica Park, Detroit, MI

Jun 24

Mon . 08:10 PM

Los Angeles Dodgers at Chicago White Sox

Guaranteed Rate Field, Chicago, IL

Jun 25

Tue . 08:10 PM

Los Angeles Dodgers at Chicago White Sox

Guaranteed Rate Field, Chicago, IL

Jun 26

Wed . 08:10 PM

Los Angeles Dodgers at Chicago White Sox

Guaranteed Rate Field, Chicago, IL

Jun 27

Thu . 04:10 PM

Atlanta Braves at Chicago White Sox (Rescheduled from 4/3/24)

Guaranteed Rate Field, Chicago, IL

Jun 28

Fri . 08:10 PM

Colorado Rockies at Chicago White Sox

Guaranteed Rate Field, Chicago, IL

Jun 29

Sat . 02:10 PM

Colorado Rockies at Chicago White Sox

Guaranteed Rate Field, Chicago, IL

Jun 30

Sun . 02:10 PM

Colorado Rockies at Chicago White Sox

Guaranteed Rate Field, Chicago, IL

Jul 02

Tue . 06:40 PM

Chicago White Sox at Cleveland Guardians

Progressive Field, Cleveland, OH
Hello, baseball fans! Get ready to grab your mitts, chow down on a Chicago-style hot dog, and experience the crack of the bat right from your seat as we find the best seats for a Chicago White Sox game at the historic Guaranteed Rate Field.

Starting right off with the cream of the crop, behind home plate are the Magellan Scout Seats. Now, this is where you experience baseball luxury. With all-inclusive food, drink, and VIP parking, you'll feel like you're part of the team.

Overlooking the third baseline, you've got Goose Island. This is a mix of comfortable seating and standing room, complete with a waterfall feature and a great view of the entire field. Want a little extra? The Revolution Social Tap Room gives fans a spectacular sightline along the first baseline with an indoor, air-conditioned suite experience.

But let's not forget about the 500-level seats! These may be up high, but they offer a commanding view of the field and the chicago skyline. On a clear day, you can see all the way to lake Michigan.

Let's take a brief jaunt down memory lane. The Chicago White Sox, one of the American League's eight charter franchises, was established in 1900. Since then, they've boasted legendary players like "Shoeless" Joe Jackson, Frank Thomas, and Minnie Minoso. Fast forward to the 21st century, and the team's still Making History, like when Mark Buehrle pitched a perfect game in 2009, and when they snagged the <a title="A Look Inside" href="https://www.npr.org/series/4970118/white-sox-complete-world-series-sweep" target="_blank" rel="noopener">World Series title in 2005.

Rivalries are part and parcel of baseball. The Clash between the White Sox and the Chicago Cubs in the Crosstown Classic is the stuff of legends. But don't underestimate the tension when the Detroit Tigers or the Minnesota Twins come to town - those games can get pretty heated.

Ticket prices? Well, for the prime real estate in the Magellan Scout Seats, you're looking at around $200 and up, depending on the game. The Goose Island seats can be as affordable as $20, while the Revolution Social Tap Room comes in at about $50. The 500-level seats are your budget-friendly choice, usually around $10 to $20.

So whether you're nestled in the Magellan Scout Seats, relaxing in the Goose Island, cheering from the Revolution Social Tap Room, or soaking up the view from the 500 level, you're in for a grand old time.

Remember, it's not just about the baseball - it's about the experience. The camaraderie, the roar of the crowd, the seventh-inning stretch, and of course, trying to catch that coveted foul ball. So slap on that White Sox cap, get your game Face on, and enjoy your time at Guaranteed Rate Field, because there's no bad seat in the house when you're watching the Chicago White Sox.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Why are they called the "White Sox"?
The name "White Sox" was chosen by the team's owner Charles Comiskey in 1900 to contrast the "Red Sox" and borrowed from an old nickname for the Chicago Cubs.
What’s unique about the 2005 World Series win?
The White Sox swept the Houston Astros in 2005, marking their third World Series win and the first in 88 years.
What’s special about the scoreboard at Guaranteed Rate Field?
The "exploding" scoreboard, introduced by former owner Bill Veeck, sets off fireworks every time the Sox hit a home run.
Which White Sox player was the first designated hitter in MLB history?
Ron Blomberg of the White Sox was the first player to fill the now-commonplace role of designated hitter in 1973.
How does the team commemorate former players and staff?
The White Sox have a tradition of retiring the uniform numbers of former players and staff who have made significant contributions to the franchise.

Interesting Information about Chicago White Sox

  • Eight Men Out: The 1919 Chicago White Sox were involved in a major scandal when eight players were accused of intentionally losing the World Series for a payoff from gamblers. This event is often referred to as the Black Sox Scandal.
  • Record No-Hitter: On April 18, 2007, Mark Buehrle of the Chicago White Sox pitched a no-hitter against the Texas Rangers, becoming one of the few pitchers in history to throw more than one no-hitter.
  • Name Origin: The name "White Sox" was chosen to contrast the Boston Red Sox and was originally a nickname of the Chicago Cubs.
  • Disco Demolition Night: In 1979, the White Sox hosted "Disco Demolition Night" where fans were invited to destroy disco records on the field between games of a doubleheader, resulting in a riot and the team forfeiting the second game.
  • Comiskey Park: The original home of the White Sox, Comiskey Park (opened in 1910) was one of the oldest ballparks in major league history when it was replaced by the new Comiskey Park (now Guaranteed Rate Field) in 1991.