With one month left in the regular season, the Durham Bulls are marching towards the Governors' Cup playoffs with a commanding lead in the IL South Division. Led by prospects Jake Bauers, Willy Adames and Brent Honeywell, the Bulls hold a commanding lead over the second-place Gwinnett Braves, and are on the verge of returning to the playoffs for the first time since 2014.
As such, 2017 Durham Bulls playoff tickets are on sale now! And this year, the team is doing something it's never done before. For just $15 per game (plus tax), fans can get a ticket to the game and and all-you-can-eat concessions menu consisting of:
- Bright Leaf hot dogs
- French Fries
- Nachos and Cheese
- Pepsi products
Additionally, fans who don't want to miss any of the action can purchase the 4-game all-you-can-eat package for just $60!
This year, Durham will host Games One and Two of both the Governors' Cup Divisional and Championship rounds. The schedule looks like this:
Governors' Cup Divisional Round vs. West Division Winner:
Game One: Wednesday, Sept. 6 - 6:35 p.m. at DBAP - featuring Bark in the Park
Game Two: Thursday, Sept. 7 - 6:35 p.m. at DBAP - featuring a postgame Fireworks show
Games 3-5: On road at West Division winner (Sept. 8-10)
Governors' Cup Championship Round (Should Bulls advance):
Game One: Tuesday, Sept. 12 - 6:35 p.m.
Game Two: Wednesday, Sept. 13 - 6:35 p.m.
Games 3-5: On road at North Division/Wild Card winner (Sept. 14-16)
Click here to purchase tickets to the 2017 Governors' Cup playoffs.
In the unlikely event the Bulls do not make the postseason, all unused tickets will be refunded.
This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.