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An adjusted Chattanooga Lookouts season will have an adjusted ticket policy as well.

The Lookouts announced Tuesday afternoon that single-game tickets for the upcoming 120-game season will go on sale Monday, March 29 at 9:00 a.m. Tickets will be available for the first 18 home games, which includes the season opener on Tuesday, May 4.

Tickets will be available online at LookoutsTickets.com.

The Lookouts are selling this year's tickets in phases, with the first phase covering the first three homestands from May 4 to June 13. The initial phase will have reduced capacity at AT&T Field, which will be comprised of pod-style seating of up to six seats with six feet between each pod, and masks will be mandatory.

When asked whether masks must be worn by fans once they are seated, Lookouts president Rich Mozingo said Tuesday evening, "I honestly don't know. We have a mask mandate in Hamilton County right now, but the season opener is still seven weeks away. Things can change, so we will reveal that closer to the start of the season."

Phase two encompasses three homestands from June 22 to July 25, with those tickets going on sale May 10. Phase three tickets will be available June 21, and those will cover games from Aug. 3 to the Sept. 19 finale.

The Lookouts are using a digital ticket initiative for 2021, as all tickets will be able to be scanned on a phone or printed out at home. Once the tickets are purchased, Lookouts fans will receive their tickets by email.

Ticket prices for the upcoming season begin at $8, with prices for children ages 3-12 and military members starting at $6.

All Tuesday through Saturday games at AT&T Field will start at 7:15, while Sunday games will begin at 2:15.

Contact David Paschall at dpaschall@timesfreepress.com or 423-757-6524.

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