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The Detroit Tigers promote responsible drinking and positive fan behavior at Comerica Park. The Tigers Fan Code of Conduct and the details of the Tigers alcohol management plan that appear below ensure that fans have a safe and fun experience.

The Tigers intend to provide all of our guests with a safe, comfortable and enjoyable atmosphere. Therefore, the Tigers have established the following rules for accepted guest conduct. Those failing to abide will be subject to ejection and possible arrest.

  • Guests wearing obscene or indecent clothing are not allowed on ballpark property
  • Guests interfering with other guests’ ability to enjoy the game
  • Guests using foul or abusive language or gestures
  • Guests displaying extreme acts of public affection
  • Guests appearing impaired by alcohol or drugs
  • Guests interfering with the progress of the game or going on to the field will be ejected from the park and subject to arrest and prosecution
  • Guests refusing to show their ticket when asked by a Comerica Park representative

Those observing other guests violating the Tigers policies should report the incident to the nearest event staff colleague. Guests can also confidentially text “SECURITY” to 39844 (standard message rates apply). Guests may also tweet @ComericaParkOps for any questions, or concerns that may arise while in Comerica Park. A Comerica Park Event Staff colleague will respond to security matters or guest service questions.

  • Miller Light
  • Delaware North Sportservice
  • TEAM Coalition
Alcohol Service Policies:
Age to Check ID: 30
Max Alcohol Drinks: 2/person/possession
Maximum Cup Size: 24 oz
Cans: Yes
Liquor Sold: Yes
Cut-off Policies:
Concession Stands: End of the 8th inning
Hawkers: End of the 7th inning
Clubs/Suites: 1 Hr. After Game Ends
Night Games: Same as Day Games
The Designated Driver Program kiosk is located near the Brushfire Grill, Section 131 and near Gate B near section 104. Guests of legal drinking age, who hold a valid driver’s license, are eligible to become “Designated Drivers.” Our designated drivers receive a wristband and are entered to win a Designated Driver prize. The winner of the Designated Driver prize is announced in the middle of the 8th inning. The Detroit Tigers are proud to be one of the top five Major League Baseball teams who had fans sign up to be designated drivers.
2017 Tigers Total: 31,446 2017 League Total: 568,235
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