Single-game tickets for the Beloit Snappers will go on sale to the public on Monday, February 26 at 8:00 am CST. This will be an ideal time for non-season ticket or multi-game package owners to secure their spot for any of the bobblehead giveaways, firework shows and other high-demand promotional nights for the upcoming baseball season.
Snappers single-game tickets start as low as $8 for General Admission seating, $9 for Reserved and $10 for Box Seats. Tickets can be bought online by clicking here, or by calling the Snappers front office at 608-362-2272.
Another great option for fans to pursue is our flexible15-game plan.With the 15-game plan, fans have the flexibility to attend the games they want to attend while not breaking the bank. Pricing for our 2018 15-game plans start at $94.50 for General Admission, $106.00 for Reserved Seating and $120.00 for box seating. With each 15-game plan, fans will receive a $15 food voucher, as well as all 2018 promotional giveaways limited to one per ticket. Fans who chose the 15-game plan save on average 20-22% on single-game tickets!
Three different bobbleheads headline the giveaways this for the 2018 season. One of those bobbleheads will be your favorite mascot, a themed Snappy bobblehead on July 22nd . Two players will be featured in the June 17th and August 12th giveaways. Fans will also want to be first in line to for one of the eight firework shows coming to Pohlman Field this summer including the July 3rd Independence Day Celebration.
Avoid paying day-of-game pricing by purchasing single-game tickets in advance. Fans that are looking to lock in their seat to see the Snappers this season can do so by phone to (608) 362-2272 or online at www.snappersbaseball.com beginning at 9 a.m. on February 27.
The full schedule of the 2018 promotions will be unveiled at a later date. For additional information regarding single-game or full-season ticket plans, contact the Snappers Front Office at (608) 362-2272 or visit www.snappersbaseball.com.
Opening Day will be April 5 at 6:30 pm, as your Snappers begin their 2018 campaign with the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers.
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