AirHogs 2013 Season Tickets on Sale Now
GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas - The Grand Prairie AirHogs have put 2013 season tickets on sale this week. Fans can order season tickets now through December 7 and receive a discount as well as extra benefits.
"We really want to do something special for 2013 season ticket holders," said AirHogs president Scott Berry. "We've come up with some really unique incentives so that fans can have the same great seat for all 50 AirHogs home games. Our goal is to provide affordable family entertainment at QuikTrip Park each and every game."
The benefits for 2013 season ticket holders include a VIP parking pass for each game, guaranteed giveaways, season ticket holder appreciation suite night (food and beverages included), five meal vouchers per seat ($25 value), 15% off card good at the AirHogs Team Store, free tickets to the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) baseball tournament and Junior College (JUCO) baseball tournament at QuikTrip Park in May, and reserved seats to the Meet the Team Party.
Fans that pay in full by December 7 can purchase officer's club seats (at the suite level) for $575, box seats for $475 or reserved seats for $325. Fans wishing to purchase season tickets, can call 972-504-9383.
The AirHogs open the 2013 season on May 17 at QuikTrip Park against the defending American Assciation champion Winnipeg Goldeyes.
The Grand Prairie AirHogs thank all of the people who made the 2012 season such a success. Check back at the team's official web site www.airhogsbaseball.com for the 2013 schedule and any other off-season news as develops. For information on 2013 tickets, promotions, advertising, and other opportunities with the AirHogs, check out the Web site as well, or call the QuikTrip Park office at (972) 504-9383.
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