Even though Reno isn't big enough to have a major league baseball team, you can still watch baseball for real, in a stadium, if you love this all-American sport and like it best when you're on the scene, complete with a de rigueur hot dog or two and a tall cold one (or two). Reno has the Aces, a Minor League Baseball franchise that is part of the 16-team Pacific Coast League and a Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks.
The Aces play at Greater Nevada Field in Reno.
You can get Reno Aces baseball tickets in several ways. You can usually buy a single game, general admission tickets right up to and including game day, but don't count on doing that for popular games that might sell out. Season ticket options and specials ensure entrance even when the popular games are sold out, and this is a better bet if you are interested in those higher-profile games.
Reno Aces Ballpark Seating Chart
If you aren't familiar with Greater Nevada Field, check out this seating chart to see the seat locations and ticket prices.
Reno Aces Single Game Tickets
Ticket pricing and promotions change from season to season, so for the most up-to-date information, refer to the Reno Aces Ticket Options page. As of May 2017, single game ticket prices ranged from $8 for single admission to $34 for a home plate premium seat. Ticket demand and promotions might affect pricing.
Other Ticket Options
If you are an avid fan and want to be sure you have a good seat for every game, check out season ticket options.
There's also ticketed seating overlooking the stadium at Bugsy's Sports Bar in the Freight House District.
You can buy tickets at the bar for games up to two weeks in advance. If you watch from Bugsy's, you'll get cushioned seats and drink service throughout the game. You can buy a seat at the bar or on the patio, and if it's hot, you'll get an extra added bonus of getting to sit inside where it's cool as you watch the game. You can also reserve space outside Bugsy's for a party and the bar will cater the food -- burgers, hot dogs, pulled pork, smoked chicken or carnitas.
Or throw an all-out bash in a luxury suite at Greater Nevada Field. These are for groups of 20, and the heated and air-conditioned suites have a living room and seats outside on a balcony if you want the outdoor baseball experience. They also have TVs, wet bars, Wi-Fi, and refrigerators and come with an ample amount of catered food, served by a wait staff. You'll also get VIP parking and get in through the VIP entrance.