Blue Saturday Ticket Extravaganza set for March 4 as Individual Tickets Go On Sale

Special Discounts, Prizes and Refreshments Highlight the Festivities

By Matt Janus / Wilmington Blue Rocks | February 16, 2017 11:30 AM ET

Wilmington, DE- Individual tickets for the 25th season of Wilmington Blue Rocks baseball go on sale on Saturday, March 4 at Frawley Stadium. In honor of the 2017 campaign being Wilmington's silver season, the Rocks are celebrating with a Blue Saturday Ticket Extravaganza that will feature special discounts, prizes and refreshments at the Frawley Stadium Ticket Office.

The headlining offer is the return of the Blue Rocks' incredibly popular temperature deal. The Fahrenheit temperature at 9 a.m. on March 4 will set the price of Opening Night tickets for the remainder of the day. So, if it is 34 degrees at 9 a.m., reserved and general admission tickets for Opening Night will be just 34 cents until the Blue Rocks Ticket Office closes (or while supplies last).

Other offers include buy four tickets for just $25 on select games, $200 luxury suite packages in the month of April and five-game mini plans for as low as $45.

As part of the 25th season celebration, the Blue Rocks will provide fans complimentary brunch from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Frawley Stadium Ticket Office. Prizes will be awarded all day long, including a special 25th season commemorative jersey. Plus fans will be invited to sign a 25th season celebratory banner that will be prominently featured throughout the silver season celebration and there will be an inflatable bounce house just to add to the fun.     

Wilmington opens its 2017 campaign at Frawley Stadium on Thursday, April 6 against the Potomac Nationals. Season seats, mini plans and group packages for the Blue Rocks' 25th season are on sale now. To purchase tickets, visit the team's website at www.BlueRocks.com. To learn more about what is on tap for the Rocks' 25th season celebration, check out www.BlueRocks/25thseason.com.

 

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