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Mizzou Baseball Announces Ticket Packages, Fan-Friendly Concessions


COLUMBIA, Mo. – Just in time for opening day, Missouri Baseball single-game tickets for the 2024 season are on sale now. Fans can purchase tickets by calling the ticket office at 1-800-CAT-PAWS or by visiting

Ticket pricing for the Tigers’ 29-game 2024 home slate is outlined below:

  • Single-Game General Admission (adult): $8
  • Single-Game General Admission (youth and senior): $6
  • General Admission Group Tickets (10 or more people): $4
  • Season General Admission: $65

Mizzou will also offer a pair of season-long ticket packages, including a five-game SEC Friday option and a three-game Midweek Rivals package, outlined below.

SEC Fridays (5 single-game tickets for $25)

  • March 22 vs. Kentucky
  • April 5 vs. Florida
  • April 19 vs. LSU
  • May 3 vs. South Carolina
  • May 10 vs. Auburn

Midweek Rivals (3 single-game tickets for $15)

  • April 9 vs. SIU Edwardsville
  • April 23 vs. Missouri State
  • April 30 vs. Lindenwood

To reserve 2024 season tickets, complete the online form. Additionally, fans wishing to secure group seating may submit their ticket requests through as well.

Additionally, University of Missouri Athletics has worked with concessions partner Levy Restaurants to bring fan-friendly concessions pricing to Taylor Stadium for the 2024 season for five select concessions items, along with several other food and beverage enhancements.

Fan-friendly pricing will be in effect and feature cheeseburgers for $5, Conecuh Hot Dogs for $3 along with small popcornsbottled water and bottled soda for $2. 

Once again, Mizzou Baseball will offer one of the best in-game environments at a fraction of the price of its competitors, as this season’s ticket prices make it one of the SEC’s most affordable options. 

Mizzou returns to Taylor Stadium Tuesday, Feb. 27, to kick off its 2024 home slate with a nonconference matchup against Southeast Missouri. First pitch for the Tigers’ conteset with the Redhawks has been moved to 5 p.m. (CST).

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This article is provided by University of Missouri Athletics