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OPENING DAY PLUS Offer Extended Through April 2nd
Due to High Demand, Unprecedented Offer Available up to Opening Day
03/18/2014 9:21 AM ET

Fort Wayne, IN - Due to extremely high demand for TinCaps tickets, the team has announced today that its "Opening Day PLUS" offer has been extended until April 2nd. This will give fans a chance to receive the best possible value on as many TinCaps tickets as they would like to purchase.

Any fan who purchases individual game tickets for both Opening Day AND any TinCaps home game prior to May 14th will receive a voucher for a free hot dog and 20 ounce soft drink, a $5.50 value, for each ticket purchased for those additional games after Opening Day.

"Great seats still remain for Opening Day, and with the weather turning warmer and the phone lines at the TinCaps ticket office getting busier, we felt like this was the perfect way to reward our fans for their loyalty, and to turn everyone's focus toward what will be a great year at Parkview Field," said TinCaps Vice President - Marketing, Michael Limmer.

Here is an example of how the promotion works:

John Smith purchases four tickets for Opening Day, April 3rd. With each additional ticket he purchases for any of the TinCaps home games through May 14th, he will receive a voucher for a hot dog and a 20 ounce soft drink - a $5.50 value per voucher. If he purchases two tickets for April 5th and six tickets for May 14th, he would receive eight vouchers to accompany those eight total tickets purchased.

April 3 - Four tickets

April 5 - Two tickets + Two food vouchers

May 14 - Six tickets + Six food vouchers

The TinCaps open their sixth season of BIG FUN at Parkview Field on Thursday, April 3rd, against the Great Lakes Loons. The game will be a Thirsty Thursday with $1.00 beer specials and feature post-game fireworks, one of 30 such shows during the 2014 season.

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