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Postseason tickets go on sale Monday

Postseason tickets go on sale Monday

NEW YORK -- The Yankees have announced that tickets for the first two rounds of postseason games at Yankee Stadium will go on sale to the public on Monday, Oct. 5 at 10 a.m. ET.

Tickets for the 2009 American League Division Series and 2009 American League Championship Series will be sold online only at yankees.com from the start of Monday's on-sale until 9 a.m. on the date of the Yankees' first scheduled ALDS game.

Beginning at 9:00 a.m. on the date of the Yankees' first scheduled ALDS home game, tickets will be available online at yankees.com and at Yankee Stadium Advance Ticket Windows.

ALDS and ALCS tickets will not be available for purchase at Yankees Clubhouse Shops or through Ticketmaster outlets or phone sales.

Due to the limited number of tickets available for sale, individuals purchasing tickets will be limited to two tickets to one game of the ALDS or two tickets to one game of the ALCS, subject to availability. Orders exceeding the assigned ticket limits will be cancelled without contact from Ticketmaster or the Yankees.

Tickets purchased via the Internet for ALDS Game 1 and Game 2 must be purchased utilizing "print at home" technology. There will be no option for Will Call or express shipping.

The Yankees are also making tickets available in two new seating areas for the postseason. 60 café seats on the Field Level concourse are available for $81 per ticket for the Division Series and $131 per ticket for the League Championship Series.

Additionally, approximately 200 standing room tickets for dedicated standing locations on the Field and Main Levels will cost $33 and $25, respectively, for the ALDS and $64 and $48, respectively, for the ALCS.

Fans are encouraged to visit yankees.com for complete postseason ticket information, including the refund procedure for any unplayed games. World Series ticket information will be made available at a later date.

Bryan Hoch is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.

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