Fully vaccinated patrons will have additional dedicated seating and ticket discounts through May 20.
There’s an ever-growing list of reasons to get vaccinated and now you have one more. Krispy Kreme, adding some normalcy to our home office situation, but this is on a whole new level. The Dodgers first introduced “fully vaccinated” seating zones for the April 24th game against the Padres and now more seating has been added with a 20% discount off ticket prices.
This vaccinated-only section is aimed at creating more seating flexibility and allows to be seated without social distancing. However, masks will still be required unless actively eating or drinking in a ticketed seat.
For the May 11th game against Seattle, the original “loge” level vaccinated zone will still be part of the seating arrangement, along with “infield reserve.” Tickets for these seats will be between $34 to $49 and for all nine of the Dodgers’ upcoming games from May 11 through May 20.
To qualify, you’ll need to be fully vaccinated (which would be two weeks after the final dose of the double-dose vaccination). Children between the age of 2 and 15 can provide a negative COVID-19 test that is no older than 72 hours before admission. Anyone 2 and under will not need to provide a test.
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