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Chasers Create $31 Sunday Plans Inspired by Peyton Manning
$31 for 9 Sunday Games or $55 for 12 Sunday Games (includes Fireworks Sunday Games)
01/21/2014 3:05 PM ET

OMAHA, Neb. - This upcoming Sunday will be the first without football since last September 1 and after the Super Bowl on February 2, sports fans will have a Sunday void until the next NFL season begins. To help occupy this opening, the Omaha Storm Chasers are offering specialty "Omaha! Omaha!" Plans that will feature a majority of Sunday home games throughout the 2014 season for only $31 or $55.

Inspired by the 31 "Omaha" audibles by Peyton Manning in the Denver Broncos AFC Championship win over the New England Patriots on January 19, the Storm Chasers are offering Box Seat Tickets to 9 Sunday Games for $31 (or about $3.43 per game). Fans also have the option to get a Box Seat Ticket to 12 Sunday Games, which include three Sunday Fireworks games, for $55 (or about $4.58 per game).

Each of the "Omaha! Omaha!" Plans will be available until midnight on Super Bowl Sunday (February 2) and are limited to sections 106, 107, 119 and 120. Fans interested in purchasing an "Omaha! Omaha!" Plan can follow this link: https://www.ticketreturn.com/prod2/team.asp?SponsorID=6029.

Dates and opponents for the $31 "Omaha! Omaha!" Plan are as follows:

  • April 6th vs. Nashville
  • April 20th vs. Nashville
  • May 4th vs. Oklahoma City
  • May 11th vs. New Orleans
  • June 8th vs Oklahoma City
  • July 6th vs. Colorado Springs
  • July 20th vs New Orleans
  • August 3rd vs. Iowa
  • August 17th vs. Las Vegas

The $55 plan includes the nine games listed above and also includes these Sunday Fireworks Games:

  • May 25th vs. Round Rock
  • June 22nd vs. El Paso
  • August 31st vs. Colorado Springs

For more information on the "Omaha! Omaha!" Plan and all Storm Chasers Mini-Plans for the 2014 season, contact the Storm Chasers Ticketing Department at (402) 738-5100.

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