Cards Fans Invited to First 'Pick Your Seats Day' Saturday at Hammons Field
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - The Springfield Cardinals are excited to announce the first-ever 'Pick Your Seats Day' at Hammons Field this Saturday, March 3, offering all fans the opportunity to select their seats in person for any new Partial or Full Season Plan! Partial Season Plans start at an average of 3-4 games per month in reserved seats for as low as $8.88 per game.
During the 'Pick Your Seats Day' event, all Cardinals fans interested in Partial or Full Season Plans are invited to come to Hammons Field to pick out their seats in person for the 2018 season. This enables fans first-hand experience to explore different available seating options and views, granting fans more freedom than ever in choosing their perfect seats at Hammons Field!
In addition, all current Season Ticket Holders and all fans who sign up for a partial or full season plan during 'Pick Your Seats Day' will be able to take batting practice on the field!
When: March 3, 11:30am-2:30pm
Where: Hammons Field
Why: Baseball is Coming
Food and Drinks for purchase: Yes and Yes
Bonus: Kids pics with Louie!
As well as providing the best value at the ballpark, partial and full season plans include a full lineup of exclusive benefits, including:
-Best Pricing on Game Tickets
-Dedicated Season Ticket Holder Service Rep
-Exclusive Ticket Exchange Policy
-Exclusive access to guarantee EVERY Promotional Giveaway Item with the Promo Club
-Commemorative personalized recognition on Season Ticket Holder Wall at Hammons Field
-Exclusive Springfield Cardinals gifts for each seat in your account
-2018 St. Louis Cardinals Ticket Voucher for each seat in your account
-Special access to Season Ticket Holder Pre-Sales at Busch Stadium
-Season Ticket Holder Savings in the Springfield Cardinals Team Shop
-Season Ticket Holder Savings and vouchers for concessions
-Vouchers to a game at all Texas League North Division stadiums
-Priority opportunity to purchase seats for Springfield Cardinals special events
-Nightly copy of Springfield Cardinals Game Notes
Event is weather permitting. For more information on the partial and full season ticket plans and the Cardinals Pick Your Seats Day, call the Front Office at (417) 863-0395 or visit SpringfieldCardinals.com.
Guarantee every great giveaway with a Promo Club Membership today
To guarantee every Promotional Giveaway Item throughout the season, be sure to sign up for the Springfield Cardinals Promo Club, open exclusively for Season Ticket Holders with Reserved Seats.
Available in 18, 35 and 70-game varieties, Reserved Seat Season Ticket Plans not only offer the best value at the ballpark but also provide a bevy of benefits including the ability to exchange tickets, exclusive access to the Promo Club, special gifts, events and much more. Reserved Seats for 18 games start at just $160.
To guarantee membership into the Promo Club by purchasing a Reserved Seat Season Ticket Plan, call the Cardinals Front Office at (417) 863-0395 today.
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