With single-game tickets for the 2017 season going on sale Tuesday on Bisons.com, the Bisons today announced that they have added even more amazing events to their already jam-packed promotional lineup. Seinfeld Night with John O'Hurley Appearance, Dino Day and a Darryl Talley Bobblehead Giveaway are all now part of the team's 71-game summer schedule.
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Plus, the Bisons have teamed up with Sahlen's for a special addition to the team's 30th Season Celebration. For three Bisons home games -May 30, July 30 and August 30, fans will be able to purchase great-tasting Sahlen's Hot Dogs for only $1.00 at all ballpark concession stands!
The Bisons also announced that they will offer Peanut-Reduced Seating at three games during the season: June 14, July 13 and August 20.
The 30th Season at Coca-Cola Field begins one month from today as the Bisons take the field on Opening Day, Thursday, April 6 against the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders (2:05 p.m.). The team is holding a special Bisons.com Single-Game Ticket Pre Sale with no service fees starting Tuesday, March 7 at 10 a.m. and running through midnight on March 9. Fans can buy tickets at the Coca-Cola Field Box Office beginning Friday, March 10 at 10:00 a.m.
The Bisons second annual Seinfeld Night will be Saturday, August 5 and feature a very special and talented guest. John O'Hurley -known to Seinfeld fans as J. Peterman- will not only sign autographs during Seinfeld Night, he'll also perform the National Anthem as well as Take Me Out to the Ballgame. Dino Day on Saturday, July 15 will feature extreme prehistoric dinosaur costumes as well as exhibits from the Buffalo Museum of Science. The Bisons will give out Darryl Talley Bobbleheads to the first 1,000 fans through the Inspire Dental Gate at Swan St. on Thursday, July 13 with the former Bills great signing autographs for all fans during the game.
All Bisons Ticket Packages are also on sale.
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