The SeaWolves announced today that the team will host SUPER TICKET SATURDAY on Saturday, March 16 from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. to mark the start of single-game ticket sales for the 25th Season of SeaWolves Baseball. Starting at 10 a.m., fans can purchase single-game tickets at the UPMC Park ticket office, online at SeaWolves.com or via phone by calling 814.456.1300.
Super Ticket Saturday festivities and perks will include:
• The first 25 customers who spend $40 or more in tickets or merchandise on Super Ticket Saturday will get a special SeaWolves St. Patrick's Day green t-shirt. Limit one shirt per customer.
• A 'Stuff the Batter's Box' food drive to benefit Second Harvest Food Bank of NW PA.
• National Anthem tryouts from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Singers will perform a cappella (without music) and must complete their audition within a 90-second time frame. Solo performances and ensemble auditions are encouraged. Auditions are first come, first served.
• Free coffee compliments of C.A. Curtze.
• Complimentary lunch (starting at 11:00 a.m.) courtesy of Smith's, Pepsi, Cellone's and Utz.
• Fans will have the opportunity to be featured in the SeaWolves' Opening Day Countdown presented by Plyler Entry Systems. Fans will be photographed holding the team's giant countdown numbers and select photos will be featured on the team's social media channels.
• Meet personalities from Rocket 105 from 10 a.m. until noon.
• Full, partial and mini plan ticket member package pickup.
Fans who donate non-perishable food items to Second Harvest on SUPER TICKET SATURDAY will be entered into a drawing for SeaWolves tickets and VIP experiences. The SeaWolves will award over $1,000 in prizes to fans donating to the food drive. A list of the most needed items can be found at nwpafoodbank.org.
Opening Night at UPMC Park, presented by Plyler Entry Systems, is Friday, April 5, 2019 against the Trenton Thunder (New York Yankees) at 6:05 p.m. For ticket packages or group and hospitality information, call 814.456.1300 or visit SeaWolves.com.
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