If you want Orioles tickets, today is the day to get them.

The Baltimore Orioles are heading to the playoffs for the first time since 2016, with a chance to have home-field advantage through the American League Championship Series. Sales of tickets to the general public begin at 10 a.m. Thursday.

If the Orioles win the American League East, which they are on track to do, they will skip the wild-card round and host the American League Division Series. Those home games would be on Oct. 7, Oct. 8 and, if needed, Oct. 13.

If they don’t win the division, the wild-card round will be at Camden Yards on Oct. 3, Oct. 4 and, if needed, Oct. 5.

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The presale process has already occurred for season-ticket holders and Birdland members, who received an email this week assigning them a time and date to purchase tickets, as well as instructions on how many tickets they are allowed to buy. The level of plan determined how many games and tickets a fan was able to buy.

Those who do not have a season-ticket package have two options. First, they can purchase during the general sale. Buyers will have the option to obtain up to six tickets a game. The second option is to purchase through a reseller, such as Vivid Seats. Wild-card tickets begin at around $150, while ALDS tickets range from $200 to $8,000.

In the event that a game does not end up happening at Camden Yards (i.e., the Orioles are eliminated), refunds will be issued two to three weeks after the postseason ends. All tickets will be digital only.

danielle.allentuck@thebaltimorebanner.com

Danielle Allentuck covers the Orioles for The Baltimore Banner. She previously reported on the Rockies for the Denver Gazette and general sports assignments for The New York Times as part of its fellowship program. A Maryland native, Danielle grew up in Montgomery County and graduated from Ithaca College. 

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