February 12, 2013 - International League (IL) - Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders
MOOSIC, Pa. - If you want a taste of the high life in PNC Field's club level, you will need to hope for an opportunity in 2016. It is officially sold out for the next three years and a waiting list is now being assembled. While the club level is a no go until our nation elects her next president, suites are nearing the same status as nearly 90% of the VIP rooms have been sold. Great seats still remain in the lower bowl and in the outfield bar, but those seats are moving quickly as well. The team has already surpassed 75% of the total ticket sales from the last season it called PNC Field home.
"Everywhere I go, in every conversation I have, there is a buzz about what we are building here," said RailRiders president and general manager, Rob Crain. "I could not be more excited about the support we have received and the proof is in the pudding with the club level selling out."
While the club level now requires a three-year wait, fans can still purchase full, half and partial season ticket plans along with the limited suite inventory. However, the few remaining seats are going fast. Fans can find out more information and purchase tickets by calling 570-969-BALL (2255) or by visiting the redesigned swbrailriders.com.
The club level season ticket packages allow fans to enjoy all 72 RailRiders home games in comfort and style. Each package includes access to the club level lounge, complimentary non-alcoholic beverages on game nights, and an assortment of bonus VIP benefits. These include access to the premiere 4Topps Tables that offer unique 360=B0 swivel seats. Their innovative design allows fans to enjoy total interaction with their group and a clear view of the field. The old days of twisting your neck to talk with friends or watch the game, gone. It is a "living room" experience at the ballgame. Also, behind home plate the club suite level provides fans an excellent view of all the action on the field while enjoying PNC Field's premium club seats. Best of all, it has those lucky guests close to the team's luxurious and climate-controlled club level lounge.
The RailRiders' 2013 season gets underway with the grand opening of a reconstructed PNC Field on April 4 when the defending IL champion Pawtucket Red Sox come to town for a rematch of their 2012 playoff clash with SWB. It will mark the first "Thirsty Thursday" promotion of the year with $1 beer specials and $1 Pepsi products along with a pre-game live band performance and post-game fireworks.