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The Milwaukee Brewers will begin to sell group ticket packages to the general public for all Brewers home dates (except Opening Day), beginning this Saturday at 9 a.m. Group orders of 25 or more tickets have prices starting as low as $7.50 per person and can be ordered by calling the new group sales phone number 414-902-GRPS (4777).Groups at Miller Park enjoy the advantage of locking in their seating locations before individual tickets go on sale to the general public in late February (exact date TBA) while saving on service charges that often apply to individual ticket purchases. The 2010 schedule highlights 32 bonus dates which include significant savings up to 50% off regular ticket prices for groups of 50 or more guests.Additional benefits for group outings at Miller Park include name recognition on the Miller Park scoreboard, block seating in a preferred location, the option to utilize the party areas for pre-game tailgate parties and two tickets to a future game for the group leader.New for 2010, the Brewers have identified five game dates as Group Cap Days. With the purchase of Field Outfield Box, Loge Outfield Box or Club Infield group tickets (25 or more), fans will receive a unique Brewers adjustable cap. These dates include May 28, June 11, July 9, August 20 and September 24.Returning for 2010 are the popular Miller Park all-inclusive areas including the AirTran Airways Landing Zone, located just beyond the right field fence, Gehl Club which offers an upscale entertainment experience, the Dew Deck in the Right Field corner, the Harley-Davidson Deck in left field and the Toyota Tundra Territory. Prices for all-inclusive areas range from $42 – $105 per person.Also available are the unique 1957 Braves, 1982 Brewers and 2008 Brewers Party Suites which offer open-air seating, a private lounge that features a wet bar and in-house television monitors as well as complete food and beverage service from Well Bread Catering.Key large group days for 2010 are Weather Day (April 28 vs. Pittsburgh), Little League Night (June 22 vs. Minnesota), Girl Scout Night (June 25 vs. Seattle), Scout Night (July 26 vs. Cincinnati), American Legion Day (August 8 vs. Houston) and Stitch N’ Pitch Night (August 11 vs. Arizona).Reservations for all group areas at Miller Park will be accepted by calling the Brewers Group Sales Department at 414-902-GRPS (4777) or by visiting brewers.com, beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday, February 6.
- Field Outfield Box $160
- Loge Infield Box $152
- Club Outfield Box $144
- Terrace Box $84
- Loge Bleachers $80
- Terrace Reserved $60
The Brewers and the American Hockey League’s Milwaukee Admirals announced the continuation of the “2-Man Advantage” ticket promotion that was introduced for the 2008 season. The joint ticket opportunity is a part of a partnership established in 2005 that recently was extended through the 20010-11 Admirals season.
For $32, fans get two “Stern & Bow” tickets to one of two Brewers promotion nights at the Bradley Center for an Admirals home game and two Terrace Reserved tickets to one of two select Brewers games at Miller Park in 2010. That’s a $30 savings over regular price.
Here are the available dates:
Saturday, Dec. 5, 2009 – Admirals vs. Manitoba 7:30 p.m. (Brewers/Admirals Winter Scarf Night)
Friday, Feb. 19, 2010 – Admirals vs. Houston 7 p.m. (Brewers/Admirals Cap Night)
Tuesday, April 27, 2010 – Brewers vs. Pittsburgh, 7:10 p.m.
Monday, May 10, 2010, – Brewers vs. Atlanta, 7:10 p.m.
These packages are also available at Brewers.com/admirals. The package will be available through Friday, February 19, 2010.
The Admirals are an affiliate of the NHL’s Nashville Predators.
One of the more popular promotions hits Miller Park next week. With “Spring Madness” against the Marlins from May 12-14, all tickets priced $28 and less are half price. The Uecker seats aren’t included in the deal but six sections are, if I’m counting right: Field-level bleachers, loge outfield box and bleachers, and terrace-level box, reserved and Bernie’s Terrace.
In addition, small Pepsi products and hot dogs are $1 apiece. Even if the beer is still regular price, that’s a great deal. You can buy those tickets online.
I don’t mention this kind of stuff too much, but he’s another great deal that have promoted on the scoreboard before games: $15 for two games, and a chance to see the kids up in Appleton.