Doubledays Announce 2013 Specialty Flex Plans

NYC and AberConn packages are available now

(Glenn Gaston)

November 13, 2012 6:56 AM ET

(Auburn, NY)... It is never too early to start thinking about tickets for the 2013 season and the Doubledays have rolled out two Specialty Flex Plans just in time for the holiday season. These flex plans include tickets to see Brooklyn, Staten Island, Aberdeen and Connecticut, all at a discounted price. These Specialty Flex Plans will be available between now and January 1st.

The NYC Specialty Flex Plan will include six general admission vouchers and a 2012 Pinckney Division Championship T-Shirt, all for $36. The vouchers can be used in any game during the Brooklyn and Staten Island homestand. This six game homestand will begin on Wednesday, July 10. Brooklyn ended the 2012 season with a 45-31 record, finishing 2nd in the McNamara Division and making the playoffs where they lost to Hudson Valley. Staten Island finished out their campaign with a 30-45 record, placing 3rd in the McNamara Division.

The AberConn Specialty Flex Plan will also include six general admission vouchers and a 2012 Pinckney Division Championship T-Shirt for $36. These vouchers can be used for any game during the six game homestand beginning Tuesday, August 6th. Aberdeen finished out the season in 4th place in the McNamara Division with a 28-48 record. Connecticut came in 3rd in the Stedler Division, compiling a 35-40 record.

All four teams included in these flex plans had parent clubs that were in first place in their respective divisions at some point in 2012. Three out of the four, the Yankees, Tigers, and Orioles, made the MLB Playoffs.

Both Specialty Flex Plan packages are valued at $52 each, saving you a total of 30%. You can take advantage of these Specialty Flex Plans by filling out the order form link above and mailing it in to the Doubledays Box Office, calling (315) 255-2489, or by coming down to the Front Office at Falcon Park. Office hours are Monday through Thursday from 9am-4pm through January 1st.

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

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