ST. LOUIS, Mo. (February 4, 2014) - Beginning this week, the St. Louis Cardinals are extending office hours and inviting fans to schedule a tour of Busch Stadium with a personal Cardinals contact to select a seat location for their 2014 season tickets.

"Because of our very large season ticket fan base and consistent success on the field, we always fight the misconception that season tickets are sold out or that we don't have any good season tickets still available," said Joe Strohm, Vice President of Ticket Sales. "Fans also may not realize how affordable some of our season ticket plans are. Our plans are built to fit almost any budget out there."

During the month of February, the Cardinals are extending office hours to include Saturdays to provide prospective Season Ticket Holders with more opportunities to tour Busch Stadium with a personal Cardinals contact as they tailor a 2014 season ticket package to meet their needs.

Season Ticket Packages are available in three plans and offer countless benefits to fans. The Full Season plan, which includes tickets to every home game, is the best way to guarantee tickets to Opening Day, the best promotional dates and the season's most popular matchups. The Half Season plan offers season tickets to 40 games plus Opening Day, and the 27 Game plan offers season tickets to a combination of 27 games during the 2014 season. All three plans also offer exclusive access to highly sought-after postseason and World Series tickets. Complete plan info and benefits can be found at cardinals.com/season.

Throughout the coming weeks, the Cardinals will additionally use the team's social media to 'mythbust' the misconceptions surrounding Cardinals season tickets and to highlight available seats for 2014 (#TheseSeatsThisViewAllSeason).

 Prospective season ticket holders are encouraged to schedule a "Select a Seat Tour" and start building their relationship with a personal Cardinals contact by calling 314.345.9000. For individuals, the tour is a unique opportunity to see Busch Stadium without 45,000 fans in attendance. For businesses, the tour is a great way to learn about the program and its return on investment from other businesses and non-profits.