The Orioles are offering access to every home game at Camden Yards in September for one flat cost of $30.
The unlimited pass is a mobile-only program available exclusively through the free MLB Ballpark app, which is required for ticket delivery on iPhone and Android devices. Passes, which are nonrefundable and nonexchangeable, are limited to two per account.
The passes are for designated standing room areas, but can be upgraded to a seating location through the app. Passes will be treated like any other regular game ticket, which means fans can still receive promotional giveaways.
The cheapest Orioles ticket for Thursday night’s game against the Tampa Bay Rays was listed at $15 on the team’s website.
The Orioles, who enter Thursday night with the second-worst record in the majors at 41-86, will play 13 home games in September, with a four-game series against the Texas Rangers (Sept. 5-8) and three-game series vs. the Los Angeles Dodgers (Sept. 10-12), Toronto Blue Jays (Sept. 17-19) and Seattle Mariners (Sept. 20-22).
The Orioles’ average announced attendance of 17,135 ranks 28th out of 30 major league teams.