Bisons to accept Canadian Cash 'At Par' for purchase of single-game tickets, concessions at Coca-Cola Field through April
Cash taken 'at par' on all 2018 single-game tickets purchased at Box Office by April 30
By Buffalo Bisons | March 5, 2018 12:52 PM ET
With their affiliation with the Toronto Blue Jays entering its sixth season in 2018, the Buffalo Bisons remain committed to providing the great baseball fans of Southern Ontario with the absolute best family and sport entertainment value. Therefore, Canadian fans will once again be able to use their cash 'AT-PAR' at the Coca-Cola Field Box Office and for ballpark concessions through the month of April.
All Bisons initiatives to show their appreciation for fans coming from across the border are in cooperation with their great partner, Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino. The full At-Par and Exchange Rate Discounts include:
Canadian Cash accepted 'At-Par' for all 10 Bisons home games in April
includes Opening Day (April 12) | Purchases must be made at the Coca-Cola Field Box Office
Canadian Cash accepted 'At-Par' for all 2018 Bisons home games if purchased by April 30
Purchases must be made at Coca-Cola Field Box Office | excludes blackout dates June 2, July 3
Canadian Cash accepted 'At-Par' for concessions at all 10 Bisons home games in April
Denominations of $20 or smaller | Canadian credit cards are subject to exchange rate of providers
15% Exchange Rate Discount on 2018 Season Tickets, 12-Game Flex Packs
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 716.843-HERD to receive discount
All 2018 Bisons single-game tickets go on sale on Saturday, March 10 (10 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.) during the team's annual Family Day Open House, presented by the Inspire Dental Group. The Coca-Cola Field Box office will be open for the duration of the event as well as M-F (9-5pm) and Saturdays (10a-2pm) throughout the month of March.
For all 'at-par' policies, proof of Canadian residency is required. All Canadian Cash 'at par' policies exclude the use of the Bisons' Gift Cards
This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.