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2014 Promo Items on Facebook and Twitter
02/28/2014 3:29 PM ET

Springfield, MO - With Opening Night on Thursday, April 3 just 34 days away, the Springfield Cardinals have started leaking their 2014 Promotional Items.

Several Promotional Items will be announced leading up to the full Promotional Schedule being released on Monday, March 24. The individual Promotional Items will be leaked on the Springfield Cardinals Facebook Fan Page and Twitter Page at 9am each morning.

After each item is announced, fans will have the early opportunity to order Individual Game Tickets to that game for 24 hours on SpringfieldCardinals.com. Fans are encouraged to order the advance tickets online, but may also call the Front Office at (417) 863-0395 with any questions.

Please keep in mind that ordering tickets for each game does not guarantee that you will receive one of that night's Promotional Items. The only way to guarantee Promotional Items is by signing up for the Promo Club, which is detailed below.

Keep an eye on the Cardinals Facebook and Twitter Pages!

2014 Promo Club Memberships are available with any Season Ticket Plan right now

With Opening Night of the 10th Anniversary Season coming up on Thursday, April 3, now is the time to secure your seats and must-have promo items for the season! 

By signing up for the exclusive Promo Club, Season Ticket Holders will be guaranteed to receive every promotional item on the 2014 schedule for the membership fee of just $85. You can now have your bobbleheads, caps and shirts guaranteed by enrolling in this club! 

Space in the Promo Club is limited, so sign up for the club and a 2014 Ticket Plan today. Ticket Plans in 18, 35 and 70-game varieties are available right now and start at just $106. 

For information about 2014 Season Ticket Plans, click below or call the Front Office at (417) 863-0395.

Click here to view the Springfield Cardinals 2014 Ticket Plans.

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