Clear the Container | Ems Holding Massive Merch Sale
The Eugene Emeralds, proud Minor League affiliate of MLB's Chicago Cubs, will be holding a 'Clear The Container' Sale during the final homestand of the regular season.
The massive merchandise sale will feature discounts of up to 70% off on select Emeralds/Monarcas merchandise, including all tees, tanks, sweatshirts, ¼ zips, polos, and select hats and novelty items.
The sale is in-store, in-game only and all sales are final (no returns or exchanges).
Located on the first base side of PK Park, fans attending one of the regular season's final four games are encouraged to visit Emeralds Team Store early to take advantage of the great deals available while supplies last.
The 2019 season's final homestand features a number of fun and family-friendly promotions, including Grease Monkey Night with the Sasquatch Show N' Shine (Wednesday), A Nightmare on EMS Street (Thursday), Family Fun Night featuring BirdZerk! (Friday), and Marvel Super Hero Night (Saturday).
You can find the full promotional schedule for the 2019 Eugene Emeralds season by visiting www.EmeraldsBaseball.com.
Tickets to Emeralds home games are on sale now at www.EmeraldsBaseball.com or by calling (541) 342-5367.
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