Doubledays Single Game Tickets Now Available

By Auburn Doubledays | May 10, 2019 11:11 AM

 

AUBURN, NY - The Auburn Doubledays - Short Season A affiliate of the Washington Nationals - are excited to announce the release of single day tickets for the 2019 New York-Penn League season. The Doubledays will host 38 home games at the newly renovated Leo Pinckney Field at Falcon Park.

"Now's the perfect time to secure your favorite seats for opening day or any series this year. With our new daily promotions and coming off a playoff berth last season we're expecting a lot more people in the stands," said Doubledays general manager Adam Winslow. "Then add in the brand new turf field, the new LED lights, and the new digital scoreboard - you've got yourself the perfect place to spend your nights this summer. Grab yourself a drink and a hotdog, a $10 burger/beer combo on Friday, and you're set. "

Auburn will host the Batavia Muckdogs, Williamsport Crosscutters, West Virginia Black Bears, and Mahoning Valley Scrappers six times each for a total of 24 games at Falcon Park, with the State College Spikes playing an additional five. The West Virginia Black Bears, Connecticut Tigers, and Tri-City ValleyCats will all play three games apiece.

Single game ticket prices are $8 for general admission, $10 for center reserve, and $12 for box. To help ease with long lines at our ticketing counter and increase fan convenience, a $2 discount will be added to single game tickets if purchased online at auburndoubledays.com.

In addition to single game tickets, fans can purchase flex packs for 10 undated game vouchers in the section of their choosing or secure seats for all 38 home games with full or half season tickets.

To buy single game tickets, visit our office or check out our website (https://www.milb.com/auburn/tickets/single-game-tickets). For all the latest Doubledays news, follow us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/OfficialAuburnDoubledays), Twitter (@Doubledays), Snapchat (adoubledays), and Instagram (@auburndoubledays).

 

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

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