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Season Tickets On Sale To Public!

March 19, 2016
The Ohio Machine, which begins its inaugural season in Major League Lacrosse in May 2012, announced today the launch of online ticket sales for season tickets to the public, who can choose their own seats online.  

Machine season tickets start at only $100 per seat for Sideline Reserved, $140 per seat for Sideline Preferred and $210 per seat for Sideline Premier. Prices are for all seven home games played at Selby Stadium at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH.  

The Machine had previously been taking deposits online and deposit holders were given the opportunity to select seats prior to the general public sale. Season tickets can be purchased by calling (614) 754-1973 or visiting

Season ticket holders can enjoy the same hand-picked seat for each home game, discounts on additional seats, exclusive invitations to Machine events with players and coaches, unique game day experiences at Selby Stadium and exclusive season ticket holder giveaways.  Season ticket holders also receive special preference for parking based on seating priority level and purchase date of tickets. Parking passes are $35 for all seven home games.

The Machine acquired attackman Connor Martin with their first pick (3rd overall) and Columbus natives Brett Hughes and Max Schmidt in the draft, as well as defenseman Kevin Ridgway, midfielder Dan Groot, attackman Jim Connolly, midfielder Jordan Levine, goalkeeper Brian Phipps, midfielder Matt Casey and midfielder Scott Kocis. The Machine drafted defenseman Brian Spallina but traded him and the Machine’s fourth round MLL Collegiate Draft pick to the Chesapeake Bayhawks for the Bayhawks’ third round pick in the MLL Collegiate Draft. The Machine will have more opportunities to select players during the MLL SupplementalDraft on December 14 and the MLL Collegiate Draft on January 13.