- Associated Press - Saturday, June 13, 2015

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - Omaha police will be on the look-out for people trying to sell College World Series tickets for more than face value.

The CWS opens Saturday and runs through June 23 or 24.

According to city ordinance, tickets cannot be resold for more than face value on the grounds of TD Ameritrade Park or within a half-mile radius of the stadium.

Reserve tickets for games Saturday and Sunday and for the best-of-three finals next week have face values of $36, $37 or $38.

Reserve tickets for games Monday through Friday range from $31 to $36, and club seat prices range from $60 to $70.

General admission tickets are $11.50 apiece at the box office or a book of 10 for $85.

Police discourage fans from buying tickets from street sellers.

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