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Community Ticket Program

Welcome to the 2016 St. Louis Cardinals Community Ticket Program

The Community Ticket Program was designed to help distribute tickets to children, children's charities, senior citizens, community and other deserving groups who would not usually have a chance to attend a St. Louis Cardinals baseball game.

Eligible Participants Include:
  • Senior citizen groups
  • Disabled groups of kids and/or adults
    • Adult supervisors - this is required
  • Groups of kids age 5 - 18 involved with a non-profit group, church or school.
    • Adult supervisors, in the ratio of one adult for every five kids - this is required.
Rules and Regulations:
  • Each group may apply for one game.
  • It is possible that some groups may not be awarded free tickets due to the enormous demand.
  • Each group is allowed a maximum of 50 tickets - including supervisors - for one date.
  • Tickets are issued on a first-come, first-serve basis and seating is limited.
  • Wheelchair seating is very limited and we will try to accommodate these requests, however we may not be able to satisfy every request. Please only request wheelchair seats if absolutely necessary, elevators are available for ambulatory guests that cannot walk great distances
  • Sending in this order form is not a guarantee that your group will be eligible for the Community Ticket Program for the 2016 season.
  • In the event of a rainout, games may not be rescheduled.
  • You are responsible for the tickets, if lost or stolen, they will not be replaced.
  • Groups requesting tickets must complete an official application by clicking the "Submit Application" button below.
  • Only select dates are available and groups must pick from the dates the Cardinals provide.
  • The Cardinals may disqualify organizations who:
    1. Request a large number of tickets and fail to use them.
    2. Request any number of tickets and not show up.
    3. Have adults use the tickets that were given to kids.
Notification Process:
  • Groups accepted into the program will receive an e-mail confirmation and automatically be sent physical game day tickets to the address provided on the application.
  • If your group cannot be accommodated, you will be notified via email.
  • For more information, please email
Admission Information:
  • Groups given Community Tickets are asked and encouraged to arrive early. Groups not arriving early will experience delays getting to their seats and as a result may miss a portion of the game.
  • Elevator capacity is limited and can only hold two to three wheelchairs per trip. Please limit elevator use to only those individuals that really need assistance.
    • More detailed information and instructions will be given upon receipt of your game tickets.

Please check back in mid-February 2016 to submit your ticket request for the 2016 season. If you have any questions, please email or call 314-345-9886.