2016 Atlanta Braves Tickets

Buy Atlanta Braves Tickets

Atlanta Braves are always a popular and high demand MLB ticket. CapitalCityTickets.com stocks all levels of seating to all Atlanta Braves games! All of our Atlanta Braves tickets come with a 200% money back guarantee. The Braves play their home games at Turner Field.

Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How much are Atlanta Braves tickets?
A: That depends on the venue, the game, and the location of the seats. For games at Turner Field, seats in upper balconies may be as cheap as under $5, with field level seats priced higher. The best thing to do is find the game you want to see in the schedule below, and click “View Tickets” to find the available seats that best fit your budget.
Q: Can I buy Atlanta Braves season tickets from CapitalCityTickets.com?
A: Yes, select the Season Tickets option at the top of the schedule below.
Q: What is the Atlanta Braves’ 2016 MLB schedule?
A: You can find the Atlanta Braves MLB 2016 schedule in the box below.
Q: Do you offer any promo codes for Atlanta Braves tickets?
A: Yes we do! Check out our Official Facebook Page for information on promo codes and coupon codes.

Atlanta Braves Promo Code is Available On Our Official Facebook Page!
Follow Us on Twitter at @capitaltix
Official Facebook Page of the Atlanta Braves

About the Atlanta Braves
The Atlanta Braves finished fourth in the National League East behind the Mets, Marlins, and Nationals in the 2015 MLB season. The Braves capped off the year with 67 wins but missed the MLB playoffs for another year. The Braves are moving to a new stadium in the 2017 MLB season. Look for the Braves to be back on top again.

Events Near Ashburn, VA
Set Location
All Events by Date
Sat Aug 20
10:10PM
Sat Aug 20 | 10:10 PM |
< Prev 1 2 3

Frequently Asked Atlanta Braves Questions (FAQ)

Q: Where can I get a Atlanta Braves promo code?
A: Atlanta Braves tickets promo codes are available on our Facebook Page. You can easily get it one here.
Q: I'm looking for the best prices on tickets for Atlanta Braves. What do you offer?
A: We offer Atlanta Braves tickets at the best possible prices. All of our tickets site wide are already marked down and you can save more by using the promo code.
Q: How do I use promo codes for Atlanta Braves tickets?
A: When buying Atlanta Braves tickets from us you will be asked for your discount code/promo code on the checkout page. Enter the code provided and save on your tickets. It’s that easy.
Q: Where can I get the discount code for Atlanta Braves tickets?
A: You can get Atlanta Braves tickets discount code from our Facebook Page.
Q:  Where can I get Atlanta Braves seating charts?
A: Click on the event above and check out our interactive Atlanta Braves seating charts to pick you seats.
Q: Do you have cheap Atlanta Braves tickets? 
A: CapitalCityTickets.com carries cheap Atlanta Braves tickets as well as Atlanta Braves seating charts and Atlanta Braves venue maps for all Atlanta Braves events. If you need more information on Atlanta Braves tickets, parking passes, or just general questions call CapitalCityTickets.com toll-free at 1-855-514-5624.
Q: How do I purchase Atlanta Braves tickets from CapitalCityTickets.com? 
A: Click on the link “view tickets” above to pick your Atlanta Braves tickets. Purchasing Atlanta Braves tickets online with CapitalCityTickets.com is safe and secure.

2016-17 Atlanta Braves Schedule

If you would like to attend a Atlanta Braves event live in person, CapitalCityTickets.com is your source. CapitalCityTickets.com provides up-to-date event schedules and event information for Atlanta Braves. Whether you just want tickets that will get you into the event or you prefer premium seats, CapitalCityTickets.com makes it easy to buy Atlanta Braves tickets securely online or by calling toll free.


Promo Code for Atlanta Braves Tickets
If you're looking for a customer orientated and safe online destination to buy Atlanta Braves tickets, CapitalCityTickets.com has your answer.
CapitalCityTickets.com offers an extensive selection of Atlanta Braves event tickets for sale in all price ranges.
CapitalCityTickets.com provides a promo code to all of the event tickets on the ticket exchange. This provides additional and sometimes substantial savings to the customer.
Like the Official CapitalCityTickets.com Facebook Page to see the Atlanta Braves promo code.

The CapitalCityTickets.com Atlanta Braves Guarantee
We provide a quick and easy way to purchase Atlanta Braves tickets. We back each Atlanta Braves purchase with our 200% Guarantee.

Atlanta Braves Tickets Shipping
We typically ship Atlanta Braves tickets either the day of or the day after they are purchased. Your tickets may be shipped later, depending on when the venue releases the tickets; in these cases, your tickets will be shipped to you as soon as we receive them. However, we guarantee that you will receive your Atlanta Braves tickets in time for the event.

About Atlanta Braves Tickets
You can purchase Atlanta Braves tickets securely online or over the phone. We update our Atlanta Braves ticket inventory several times a day. CapitalCityTickets.com is not directly affiliated with any event venues, box offices, or any Atlanta Braves tickets. Every Atlanta Braves ticket we offer is presented by ticket brokers nationwide. We display all of these inventories to be able to offer you the best variety of Atlanta Braves tickets. We make your Atlanta Braves ticket buying experience as pleasant as possible by working with only the best, most reliable brokers. 
Unless otherwise stated, all of our Atlanta Braves tickets are listed for sale in US dollars. Trademarked items used on our site are there for descriptive purposes only, and all ownership is retained by third parties.

About Atlanta Braves on CapitalCityTickets.com
CapitalCityTickets.com works to find the most dependable and trustworthy ticket brokers and forms relationships with them in order to provide you with the best Atlanta Braves tickets nationwide. We offer thousands of great tickets in an easy-to-use website format, so you can purchase them conveniently.

About CapitalCityTickets.com
Use CapitalCityTickets.com for all of your Atlanta Braves and event ticket needs. We provide you with the industry leading selection of seats available for the events that are in demand. Backed by our trusted seller network and our 200% money-back guarantee, CapitalCityTickets.com can offer you industry leading priced Atlanta Braves tickets. Our company does not have a direct affiliation with Atlanta Braves performers, teams, box offices, or venues. The price of our Atlanta Braves tickets are displayed in U.S. currency unless designated otherwise under the ticket listing. Any trademarked terms used on this page were included for description purposes only and third parties retain ownership.

Atlanta Braves Tags
Atlanta Braves tickets 2016, Atlanta Braves discount tickets, buy Atlanta Braves tickets, Atlanta Braves schedule, Atlanta Braves dates, Atlanta Braves tickets, Atlanta Braves cheap tickets, Atlanta Braves ticket, Atlanta Braves events

Atlanta Braves Tickets at CapitalCityTickets.com 
CapitalCityTickets.com accepts: VISA, MASTERCARD, AMEX, DISCOVER - Tickets are shipped via FedEx Worldwide Images on the website are for factual depiction only. They have no affiliation with persons or organizations where images appear. The images appearing herein are for informational purposes only. CapitalCityTickets.com is not affiliated with Ticketmaster or any other ticketing company, any box office, venue, performing artist or sporting organization such as: NBANFL ,NHLMLBNCAANASCARUSTA,PGALPGAUSGAWNBA or any other sporting organizations. All logos and names of any of the aforementioned are used for purposes of factual description only. CapitalCityTickets.com is a nationwide events ticket-shopping directory.

Related News
Atlanta Braves News
       
Jeff Francoeur on DH: It’s fun. You get to eat and hit.
       
       
The Braves are giving 20,000 hopeless fans 'worst-to-first rings' to get excited for 2017
       
The Atlanta Braves (33-66) have the worst record in baseball this season. They've been nearly unwatchable for 99 games, particularly at home. They've won just 14 games at Turner Field, giving fans very little to be excited about. More likely than not, the Braves will finish last in the NL East and will have nowhere to go but up in 2017. That alone should give fans hope for next season, but just in case positive attitude is lacking among fans, the Braves are trying to curb that with a giveaway -- a very sad giveaway.The first 20,000 fans in attendance on Saturday will receive a "Worst-to-First" NLCS replica ring commemorating their 1991 season when they reached the World Series. The year prior, in 1990, they finished last in the division. They were also the worst team in baseball, as they are this season. So there is hope, Braves fans. Just not much of it. Atlanta is currently on pace to win just 54 games, which is 11 fewer than they won in 1990.
       
Atlanta Braves Trade Outlook
       
Atlanta Braves Trade Outlook Aroldis Chapman started the movement of back-end relievers and former Atlanta Braves albatross outfielder Melvin Upton Jr. became the first outfield domino to fall last night. How do these moves effect the Braves at the deadline?   The Relief Market First reactions to the Chapman move were that the Yankees made […] Atlanta Braves Trade Outlook - Tomahawk Take - Tomahawk Take - An Atlanta Braves Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
       
This day in Braves history: Let's go, Pirates!
       
We're taking a look back at memorable moments in Braves history. If you listen closely, you can still hear the howling of the leather-lunged lass in left field, cheering on her beloved Bucs with chants of "Let's Go, Pirates!" "Let's Go, Pirates!" "Let's Go, Pirates!" On and on it went; her shouting could be heard over the broadcast commentary. It would've been intolerable enough for a nine-inning game, but this is one that lasted NINETEEN innings, and served as a catalyst for the implementation of replay in baseball. July 26, 2011: The Pirates had won the night before in the opener of a four-game series. This matchup featured Tommy Hanson pitching for the Braves, and Jeff Karstens for the Pirates. Xavier Paul started the game with a single off Hanson, and scored on Neil Walker's triple; Walker would eventually score on a single by Pedro Alvarez. Pirates catcher Michael McKenry would homer in the second for a 3-0 lead. The Braves would come back to tie the score in the third in...
       
Atlanta Braves Morning Chop: Trade Deadline… Kinda Dead?
       
The Mississippi Braves are surging… this could delay a pair of key promotions as Minor League teams start to hit their home stretch.  Or those promotions may not happen at all. The AA Southern League is home of the Mississippi Braves, and though they have been treading water with an overall record of 51-48, that […] Atlanta Braves Morning Chop: Trade Deadline… Kinda Dead? - Tomahawk Take - Tomahawk Take - An Atlanta Braves Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
       
Braves news and links: Julio Teheran improving, Jeff Francoeur and more
       
Julio Teheran is hopeful that he will be able to make his next scheduled start on Thursday. Braves News Talking Chop Podcast Episode 23: Chris Sale, prospect updates and more Carlos Collazo returns to the show as he and Brad discuss Chris Sale, Julio Teheran and some of the mid-season prospect lists. Teheran aims to make next start without rotation shuffle The Braves received a scare last Friday when Julio Teheran exited his start early due to tightness in his upper back. Teheran was listed as day-to-day initially but told the AJC’s David O’Brien that he is hopeful that he can make his next scheduled start on Thursday. “Yeah, hopefully,” he said. “I’m trying my best to pitch on Thursday, the day I (am scheduled) to pitch. But if I need to be pushed (back) that’s fine. As soon as I feel good. I’m fine with it.” Monday’s off day allows the Braves the opportunity to juggle the rotation if needed. Hopefully, that won’t be needed. Braves’ Francoeur: ‘I want to b
       
Atlanta Braves trade rumors: Starting pitching edition
       
Everybody knows the Atlanta Braves are the worst team in baseball. So, will they make any major moves before the trade deadline comes August 1? According to history, there is a strong possibility for a sizable trade to happen. The Braves were known for having a lousy farm system in the past, but recently they have made stellar moves to develop their system into the top three in baseball. This is due to the fact that they have been able to deal stars for future pieces. Starting pitcher Julio Teheran and first baseman Freddie Freeman are about the only two key players that could be used to get a killer deal. Surprisingly, no trades have been made yet, but there is chatter among the front office about a couple of starting pitchers. There is still time to strike up at least one, or maybe two deals before the deadline. Here are two candidates that could be involved if the Braves decide to make a move. Julio Teheran The talks about trading Teheran have been up and down for a few weeks now. He is one of the most u
       
Report: Braves 'aggressively' shopping Francoeur, Aybar
       
If you’re trying to find the hottest garage sale of the summer, look no further than the Atlanta Braves. According to a report by Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports on Sunday, the Braves are “aggressively shopping” shortstop Erick Aybar, outfielder Jeff Francoeur, and some of their lefty relievers. Rival executive: #Braves aggressively shopping Aybar, Francoeur, left-handed relievers. — Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) July 24, 2016 Aybar, 32, is batting .208/.267/.262 this season with one home run and 17 RBI. Meanwhile, Francoeur, also 32, is at .251/.292/.379 with five home runs and 26 RBI. The lefty arms in the Braves’ bullpen include Ian Krol, Eric O’Flaherty, Dario Alvarez, and Hunter Cervenka. The Braves have the worst record in all of baseball this year at 33-65, and thus have an incentive to blow it up. But all of those aforementioned pieces are unlikely to fetch much of a return on their own, so Atlanta may have to package something together in order to acquire anything that might be usefu
       
Braves' Julio Teheran leaves start with injury
       
DENVER (AP) Atlanta Braves right-hander Julio Teheran left Friday night's start against Colorado in the fifth inning with an injury. Teheran left the game after facing one batter in the fifth with what the team said was right lat tightness. His status was described as day to day. Mark Reynolds beat out an infield single that Teheran had tried to chase down from the mound. It wasn't clear whether Teheran hurt himself trying to run down Reynolds' hit or if he was injured in the course of delivering his final pitch. Teheran walked off the field under his own power and was relieved Joel De La Cruz.
       
Report: Royals have interest in Nick Markakis
       
The Kansas City Royals are on the fringes of the playoff race, but they are still looking at potential upgrades. One of them is reportedly Braves outfielder Nick Markakis, whom Kansas City is looking at, according to Mark Bowman of MLB.com. Markakis fits in well with how the Royals build. He’s a contact-hitting outfielder who hits left-handed and doesn’t rely on power. He has a history of hitting for average and was a Gold Glove winner as recently as 2014. He’s seen his average drop in 2016, however, as he’s hitting just .260 with five home runs. Outfield is clearly a priority for Kansas City, as they’ve targeted other right fielders as well. The Braves would need to kick in money on Markakis’s expensive contract, but he’d be an established name that could help the Royals, who sit 9 games back in the AL Central and 6 back in the wildcard.

Our Guarantee
Our Guarantee
  •  On-time delivery
  •  Refunds for canceled events
  •  Authentic tickets
  •  Safe and secure purchase
Find Us on Facebook
Newsletter Sign Up

Enter your name and email address to receive special offers, deals and updates.