Tribe tickets for World Series home games go on sale 10 a.m. Thursday

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A 'very limited' number of Cleveland Indians tickets for the World Series games at Progressive Field will go on sale to the public tomorrow.

The Indians began selling World Series tickets to registered users of online this morning.

The tickets for the general public will be available online only starting at 10 a.m. Thursday.

A release from the Indians recommends fans access the site right at 10 a.m. Thursday due to high demand and extremely limited ticket inventory for World Series games.

Any payments from unplayed games will be refunded through any per-ticket fees from tickets purchased for unplayed games are nonrefundable.

**To buy tickets, click here**

The World Series schedule is:

World Series schedule
Game 1 (at Cleveland/Toronto): Tuesday, Oct. 25
Game 2 (at CLE/TOR): Wednesday, Oct. 26
Game 3 (at Chicago/Los Angeles): Friday, Oct. 28
Game 4 (at Chicago/Los Angeles): Saturday, Oct. 29
Game 5 (at Chicago/Los Angeles): Sunday, Oct. 30
Game 6 (at CLE/TOR): Tuesday, Nov. 2
Game 7 (at CLE/TOR): Wednesday, Nov. 3

Continuing coverage here.