With Opening Day two weeks away on Thursday, April 3, and a full slate of fabulous promotions on the schedule, fans have their first chance to purchase single-game tickets to see the defending Midwest League Champions at Modern Woodmen Park in 2014. Tickets for every home game can be purchased online at www.riverbandits.com.
Online ticket purchases save time and money. Fans can choose their seats, enjoy a discount over the walk-up price and print the tickets at home. There is no waiting in line to purchase tickets at the box office or pick them up at will call at the game. Fans can walk up to the gate at Modern Woodmen Park with their printed online tickets.
"The excitement for the 2014 season has been building for a long time, and we are eager to reward our fans' anticipation with the start of online ticket sales," said team owner Dave Heller. "By holding the line on individual game day tickets (and cutting prices on season ticket and mini plans) and planning more great entertainment, ballpark improvements and family-friendly fun for the season, the value of a River Bandits ticket has never been better - and online tickets make it even more convenient and affordable!"
A full schedule of promotions - including eight "bobble giveaways", a dozen fireworks shows, unique theme nights and a fantastic special for each night of the week - is available at www.riverbandits.com. It all begins with the home opener at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 3.
UP NEXT: Opening Day is April 3, so lock in your seats now to see the defending Midwest League Champions in 2014! Single-game tickets are available online at www.riverbandits.com. To order any of the ticket plans - with new lower prices - call the River Bandits box office at 563-324-3000. Season ticket and mini-plan packages start at just seven games and begin at less than $40. Call a River Bandits account representative today to choose your seats and get the details of our various mini-plan packages.
ABOUT THE BANDITS: Having just been named Ballpark Digest's winner of Best Ballpark Improvement in America under $1 million, the River Bandits ownership is making one of the biggest improvements to Modern Woodmen Park since the ballpark was first built back in 1931! A new Ferris wheel, standing 110 feet over the playing field, is opening this spring, along with a carousel, a new ride called a "Drop and Twist," an expanded 300-foot long zip line, and many other new games and attractions. In 2013, the team unveiled a new 220-foot long dual zip line, a rock climbing wall, and a number of new bounce houses. The team's major league affiliate, the Houston Astros, just saw all six of its affiliates reach the playoffs - the first time in a decade any MLB team can claim such success. The River Bandits were one of three affiliates to reach the championship round and one of two to win their league championship.