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G-Braves Launch 2013 Holiday Packs
Four, eight and 12-game packs make perfect gifts for fans of all ages
10/31/2013 1:42 PM ET
 

PURCHASE A HOLIDAY PACK TODAY!

LAWRENCEVILLE, GA - Gwinnett Braves Holiday Packs are back for 2013. The club has announced the return of the popular four-game, eight-game and 12-game packs, each the perfect gift of spring and summer excitement for family, friends and coworkers. Holiday Packs are on sale now at the Coolray Field Box Office, by phone at (678) 277-0340 and online at gwinnettbraves.com/holiday.

Four-game Holiday Packs, starting at $28, contain four Anytime Tickets to be used at any 2014 Gwinnett Braves home game. Use all four tickets for one game, one ticket for four separate games, or anywhere in between.

The eight and 12-game packs work the same way, but also include bonus incentives. Those who purchase an eight-game pack will receive a piece of Gwinnett Braves merchandise, while quantities last. Those who purchase a 12-game pack will receive two Gwinnett Braves hats, plus four passes to be on the field for G-Braves' batting practice at a preselected date in 2014. Each date will also include a tour of Coolray Field. Eight-game packs start at $56, while 12-game packs start at $84.

Holiday Packs can be purchased in three different seating options, including Infield Box, Field Box and Baseline Box. All three options are on sale through December 20, or while supplies last. Call the Coolray Field Box Office at (678) 277-0340 or visit gwinnettbraves.com/holiday for more information.

The Gwinnett Braves will begin the 2014 season on Thursday, April 3 at Durham. The G-Braves' home opener at Coolray Field will take place on Friday, April 11 against the Durham Bulls. Season tickets for the 2014 campaign are on sale now by calling the Coolray Field Box Office at (678) 277-0340. For more information on 2014 season ticket packages, visit gwinnettbraves.com/2014.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.
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