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News from the Brewers:
The Milwaukee Brewers today announced specifics of a lottery that will allow fans the opportunity to purchase tickets to Opening Day at Miller Park and other Marquee games prior to the sale of individual tickets.Beginning tomorrow, January 25 at 10 a.m. and continuing through Tuesday, February 15, fans can go to brewers.com and register for the opportunity to purchase up to four tickets to Opening Day on Monday, April 4 against the Atlanta Braves. In addition, fans can register for a maximum of eight tickets to each of the other 15 Marquee games at Miller Park. Following registration, a pool of randomly selected winners will be chosen and provided access to an online pre-sale opportunity, based on available inventory. Winners will be notified no later than Monday, February 21.The ticket opportunity will include single seats and obstructed view seating. There is no charge to register for this opportunity. This will be the only opportunity for fans to purchase single game tickets for Opening Day, other than a very small number set aside for fans lining up at the Box Office on the first day of individual game sales at Miller Park.Single game ticket sales will begin in late February (exact date TBD). Meanwhile, there are still options available for fans to guarantee their place at Miller Park for Opening Day and Marquee Games all season long with plans starting as low as the 9-Pack. Each 9-Pack includes nine Brewers home games, plus a bonus of Opening Day – the most anticipated game of the season – absolutely FREE.This year’s Marquee Game schedule includes Opening Day – April 4 vs. the Braves, April 8-10 vs. the Cubs, June 10-12 vs. the Cardinals, June 24-26 vs. the Twins, July 26-28 vs. the Cubs and August 26-28 vs. the Cubs.Fans interested in purchasing 9-Packs are encouraged to call 414-902-HITS (4487) or visit brewers.com for more information.
More ticketing news from the Brewers:
With the beginning of the 2011 baseball season quickly approaching, baseball is in the air at Miller Park as the ever-popular Brewers 9-Packs go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. CT. Each 9-Pack includes nine Brewers home games and Opening Day – the most anticipated game of the season – absolutely FREE.The Brewers will offer five exciting plans this season, all featuring nine great games, plus Opening Day (Monday, April 4 vs. the Atlanta Braves) or any other game of the fan’s choice for FREE (while supplies last). There are two or three Marquee Games in each 2011 9-Pack, in addition to Opening Day.The Hot Summer Nights Plan, Premier Plan and Rivals Plus Plan all feature three Marquee games, including a pair of games against the division rival Chicago Cubs. Additionally, the Premier Plan includes an all-fan giveaway date on June 12 and an Interleague game against Tampa Bay on June 20. The Hot Summer Nights Plan also includes an Interleague game against the Rays on June 21. Meanwhile, the Weekend Plan includes a Marquee game against the Cubs on April 10 and a border battle against the Twins on June 26 in addition to seven other Saturday and Sunday home games. The Friday Plan features nine Friday night games, including three Marquee matchups against the Cubs (April 8), Cardinals (June 10) and Twins (June 24).Packages start at $135 per seat in the Terrace Reserved ($15 per game) and can also be purchased in the Terrace Box for $189 ($21 per game), the Loge Outfield Box for $270 ($30 per game), the Club Outfield for $324 ($36 per game, no wait service), the Loge Infield Box for $342 ($38 per game), the Field Outfield Box for $360 ($40 per game) and the Loge Diamond Box for $414 ($46 per game).The Brewers 9-Packs offer several benefits, including savings on parking, regular pricing for Marquee-priced games and a guaranteed seat location for the 9-games of your plan (exact seating is not guaranteed for Opening Day). An additional benefit is the “4-Pack Add-On,” which offers fans the option to purchase vouchers for four additional games* of their choice at a special price below the retail cost. *Please note – 4-Pack Add-On vouchers may be redeemed for 71 regular season games (excluding Opening Day and games against the Cubs). Seat location is always subject to availability.Fans interested in purchasing 9-Packs are encouraged to visit brewers.com/9packs for more information.Also, fans can take advantage of exclusive benefits on 20-Game Plans, which offer more seating options, additional per-ticket savings and the opportunity to purchase tickets for all Postseason games played at Miller Park. Plus, with the purchase of a 20-Game Plan, fans will be eligible for the Brewers “Fan-Tastic Forty” promotion, which was announced on Wednesday – 40 fantastic prizes given away over 40 days! From a trip down Bernie’s slide to seats in the Owner’s Box, visit brewers.com/fan40 for details on how a Brewers Season Ticket package will put you in scoring position for these once-in-a-lifetime experiences.
St. Patrick’s Day is your lucky day!Starting Wednesday at 7 a.m. CT, you can purchase Field, Loge and Club Outfield tickets to the April 6 and 7 games vs. the Colorado Rockies for just $3.17, courtesy of Associated Bank.If you were already planning to wear your green for St. Patrick’s Day, now you can save some green, too! Click here and enter the code “CHARMS” in the password box to get yours because deals like this are as rare as a four-leaf clover and quantities are limited.We also have good news for Brewers fans going to Spring Training! As part of our St. Patrick’s Day promotion, on Wednesday you can also purchase $3.17 Infield and Outfield Reserve or Lawn tickets for the Spring Training games at Maryvale Baseball Park on Monday, March 22 (Brewers vs. Dodgers) and Wednesday, March 31 (Brewers vs. Cubs). To take advantage of this offer, click here on St. Patrick’s Day (no password required).Limit of 4 tickets per purchase.