The Colorado Rockies have changed their plans for selling World Series tickets, switching to online purchases only.
The team announced the new plan Wednesday morning.
Tickets were to go on sale at Coors Field and Rockies' Dugout
Stores in the Denver area on Monday using a lottery system for in-person transactions, as well as on line.
Instead, all sales will be online, starting at 10 a.m. Monday.
Club President Keli McGregor said online sales would be the most fair way to sell the tickets. He said the club consulted with major league baseball before making the change.
Online at www.coloradorockies.com
Telephone orders will not be accepted.
Single game ticket prices range from: $65 for Rockpile Tickets (401-403) to $250 for the Club Level (214-247) and Infield Box (119-142).
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