Bisons Holiday Packs on sale now

Tickets, gear...and best of all, BIG SAVINGS for you!

By Blake Arlington / Buffalo Bisons | November 18, 2013 5:28 AM ET

Let's be honest. You can't go into a big game with just one player. A dominate pitcher isn't going to do very well without anyone behind him. You need a whole team to succeed. You need a great lineup!

The same is true for the perfect holiday gift. If you put together a great team of presents, you know you'll hit a home run for the sports fan on your shopping list!

That's why the Bisons have brought back their popular HOLIDAY PACKS! We've combined tickets and merchandise with a little something extra for the holidays and wrapped them all up in a package that helps you SAVE BIG!


There are three packs to choose from and ALL THREE contain two tickets to Opening Day 2014 as the Bisons host the Rochester Red Wings on Thursday, April 3 to begin another awesome season as the Triple-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays. You'll also take home a limited edition Bisons Holiday ornament with each pack!

From there, the choice is yours. Get ready for the cold with a Bisons Winter Hat in Holiday Pack #1. Add two flex tickets for 2014 for only $39. With Pack #2, you get the Opening Day tickets, the ornament, four flex tickets for 2014 and a Bisons long sleeve t-shirt for only $59.

Pack #3 has even more savings, with six flex tickets and a Bisons half zip to go along with the Opening Day tickets and the ornament. That package is only $79! Think about it…You'll get savings on the eight tickets alone, not to mention the added gifts you'll receive!

CLICK HERE to order any one of packs. We'll ship it to you, but you have to order by December 18 if you want it for the holidays. You can also save on the shipping and pick up right at the Batter's Box Gift Shop starting November 20.

For Batter's Box Gift Shop holidays hours, including extended hours in December and information on our special Cyber Week Sale, CLICK HERE!

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

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