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How to Buy Guaranteed Rate Field Tickets 

We're your best option for Guaranteed Rate Field tickets. Ticket King has been a trusted source for great tickets to all Chicago White Sox home games, concerts, and special events. Check our event schedule listed on this page and pick your game by clicking the "Buy Tickets" button. You can filter your ticket search by game date, ticket quantity, opponent, and day of the week. Use the venue map to get a view from your seats, then click on the ticket option you want to purchase. Once you choose your ticket quantity, click the "Go to Secure Checkout" button to purchase your Guaranteed Rate Field tickets. From there, you will select your delivery method, and enter your billing & shipping information. After you enter your payment information, you can review your order before you confirm your purchase. 

Guaranteed Rate Field tickets vary in price, depending on where you choose to sit for a White Sox game. Upper reserved seats tend to be the lowest price, with Magellan Scout & Red section seats being the most expensive. The White Sox opponent will also affect ticket prices. Some early season games, against a non-conference team, will be priced the lowest. Marquee games on a weekend, against a top-ranked team, will tend to be priced the highest.   

Opening Day at Guaranteed Rate Field 2023

The White Sox opening day game at Guaranteed Rate Field is on April 3, 2023. The team will play against the San Francisco Giants that day. Opening Day is an especially popular day for White Sox fans. The team has won their last two Opening Day games, against the Royals and Mariners. Prior to 2021 and 2022, the team had lost five of their previous six games. Between 2002 and 2014, the team only lost one Opening Day game.    

Guaranteed Rate Field History

Guaranteed Rate Field opened in April of 1991. At that time, it was named Comisy Park. The new stadium replaced the old ballpark which had been on the same site since 1910. Upon opening, the seating capacity was just over 44,000. Since that time, improvements and seating changes have reduced that capacity to 40,615. Fans that sat in the upper deck found the stadium to be less than optimal for a great game-day experience. Ten years after opening, 6000 seats were removed from the upper rows of the upper deck. 

Guaranteed Rate Field Address

333 W. 35th Street

Chicago, IL  60616


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