Dollar Days are back! We have $1 tickets for April 14th and 15th thanks to the Asbury Park Press.
LAKEWOOD, NJ - The BlueClaws, the Asbury Park Press, and APP.com have again partnered on Asbury Park Press Dollar Weekend this year, with all BlueClaws reserve seating and general admission tickets just $1 for games on Saturday, April 14th and Sunday, April 15th thanks to the Asbury Park Press & APP.com.
The promotion originated as a way for the BlueClaws and the Asbury Park Press to give back to area families, and because of the success of Asbury Park Press Dollar Days over the last several seasons, the APP graciously offered to bring the program back again this year.
"With the outstanding projects coming to the ballpark, like a Mini Golf Course and boardwalk games, I know that this is going to be an even better summer with the BlueClaws," said Tom Donovan, President & Publisher of the Asbury Park Press. "We are very pleased to be able to offer Dollar Weekend again. I encourage everyone to come out to the ballpark, relax and enjoy the great atmosphere at a BlueClaws baseball game."
At each game, the first 1,500 fans receive a BlueClaws Magnetic Schedule thanks to New Jersey Natural Gas.
Ticket Information - Tickets to Asbury Park Press Dollar Weekend will go on sale on Saturday, March 24th beginning at 10 am both in person at FirstEnergy Park and online at BlueClaws.com, along with tickets to all 70 BlueClaws home games.
Saturday, April 14th (4:05 pm) - Tickets will be just $1 and Kids Run the Bases after the game. Ballpark gates will open at 3:00 pm.
Sunday, April 15th (1:05 pm) - The last day of APP Dollar Weekend is Buster's Birthday and we'll celebrate with his mascot friends. Plus, Kids Eat Free thanks to ShopRite and Kids Run the Bases after the game. Gates open at 12 noon.
"We're grateful to the Asbury Park Press and APP.com for their support of our Dollar Days again this year," said Joe Ricciutti, BlueClaws President & General Manager. "Our goal is always affordable, family entertainment and these Dollar Days are a continued extension of that goal. We can't wait to see everyone at the ballpark.
Presently, BlueClaws Theme Tickets are on sale. Theme Tickets include a premium item and a reserve seat to one of the most popular games of the summer. Theme Tickets are available for the following games:
- Saturday, May 12th (4:05 pm) - BlueClaws Collapsible Dog Bowl for Bark in the Park
- Friday, June 1st (7:05 pm) - 8-Bit Player Selection Shirt for Comic Con Night presented by Alert Ambulance (post-game fireworks)
- Friday, June 15th (7:05 pm) - Family Truckster Ornament for BlueClaws Christmas Vacation presented by New Jersey Natural Gas (post-game fireworks)
- Friday, June 29th (7:05 pm) - Chew-Buster Bobble for Star Wars Night presented by NJR Home Services (post-game fireworks)
- Friday, July 13th (7:05 pm) - Glow-In-The-Dark Pillowcase for Harry Potter Night presented by University Radiology (post-game fireworks)
- Friday, August 3rd (7:05 pm) - Rhys Hoskins Dragon Bobble for Seven Kingdoms of Claws Night presented by RWJ Barnabas Health (post-game fireworks)
For additonal information on Theme Tickets, click here . Purchase online by clicking here or call 732-901-7000 option 2.
For the first time this year, the BlueClaws are offering Ticket Assurance. Ticket Assurance, available with single-game tickets for just $3, guarantees BlueClaws ticket holders the chance to exchange the single-game ticket if necessary. The ticket would have to be exchanged in-person at the BlueClaws Box Office, but fans would be able to do this for the duration of the regular season. Previously, single-game tickets could only be exchanged if the game was rained out. With Ticket Assurance, fans can exchange single-game tickets either before the game date or after if needed, for any reason. For more on Ticket Assurance, click here.
The BlueClaws are the Jersey Shore's top stop for affordable, family entertainment. 2018 Ticket Packages and Group Outings are available by calling 732-901-7000 option 3 or online at BlueClaws.com.
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