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Single Game Tix On Sale Saturday
Prices Unchanged For 6th Straight Year
02/27/2014 12:45 PM ET
(TRENTON, NJ) -  Finally, there's a sign that Spring is coming. Single game tickets for the 2014 season of Trenton Thunder baseball will go on sale this Saturday, March 1 at 9:30am. Tickets may be reserved online at trentonthunder.com, by phone at 609-394-3300 or in person at ARM & HAMMER Park between 9:30am and 2:30pm. 

Fans will once again find affordable pricing at the box office with tickets starting at just $10. Prices for Season Tickets, Pic-A-Plans, Mini Plans, Group tickets, as well as adult 100 and 200 level seats remain the same for the sixth consecutive year.

2014 ADVANCE TICKET PRICING
Full Season Ticket (71 Games): $650
Half Season Ticket (36 Games): $350
Pic-A-Plan: start at 10 games for $100
Mini Plans: start at 5 games for $55
100 Level (lower) Seat: $12
200 Level (upper) Seat: $11
200 Level Jr/Sr Seat: $10
Group Seats (20 or more tickets): $8

The Thunder will begin defense of their 2013 Eastern League Championship on Thursday, April 3 at ARM & HAMMER Park against the New Hampshire Fisher Cats (Toronto). All five and six game Mini Plans and 10 or more game Pic-A-Plans include a free ticket to Opening Night as well as free food at each game, a free hat and more.

For Trenton Thunder giveaways, promotions, theme nights and post-game fireworks shows, please visit, http://www.trentonthunder.com/promotions.

Fans should note that the section labels at ARM & HAMMER Park have been changed. The lower "Club" level sections are now numbers in the 100's, the upper "Pavilion" level sections are now numbers in the 200's and luxury suites are numbered from one to 15. The team believes the new system is more instinctual and will make it easier for fans who are unfamiliar with the layout to find their seats. SEATING CHART

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