Tickets Only $7 with Free Hot Dog/Drink if Record Temperatures Aren't Set

Bisons guarantee 91 degrees for games May 21-24

Unless it's 91 degrees out, fans receive a $7 ticket and FREE Hot Dog/Drink.

By Buffalo Bisons | May 18, 2011 11:54 AM ET

May 18, 2011 -The Buffalo Bisons are so sick of this rainy, cold weather that they are GUARANTEEING RECORD TERMPERATURES for their four-game series against the Charlotte Knights, May 21-24 at Coca-Cola Field.

According to the National Weather Service, the highest recorded temperature in May in Buffalo over the last 67 years was 91°, last recorded in 2006. If the temperature in Buffalo does not at least reach that milestone by noon on this Saturday, Sunday, Monday or Tuesday, BISONS TICKETS WILL BE SLASHED TO JUST $7.00 for each game that day. The discounted ticket price will also include a FREE HOT DOG AND DRINK (either a 16oz. Budweiser or Bud Light Draft BEER, or a 16oz. Coca-Cola SOFT DRINK) at each game.

The Bisons have played 22 home games this season with the average temperature each night around 50°. The club has also had two postponements as part of the record rainfalls endured by the Western New York community.

Fans can purchase tickets at the Coca-Cola Field Box Office, online at or by calling 1-888-223-6000. Fans will then receive a voucher at the gate for their complimentary hot dog and either a 16oz. draft beer or a 16oz. Coca-Cola soft drink to be used during that game.

Buffalo Bisons vs. Charlotte Knights
Saturday, May 21 -7:05 p.m.
Sunday, May 22 -1:05 p.m.
Time Warner Cable Customer Appreciation Day with
FREE Noisemaker Giveaway to first 5,000 fans
Twin Village Recycling Day with FREE Reusable Bags to the first 1, 000 fans
Tim Hortons Post Game Kids Run the Bases
Monday, May 23 -7:05 p.m.
Dollar Dog Night - Additional Hot Dogs will cost just $1.00
Tuesday, May 24 -7:05 p.m.
KRAFT Singles Tuesday Tickets
Bring a Kraft Singles Wrapper, receive a second ticket FREE

Discounted ticket price, food and drink are one (1) per person.

-the herd-

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

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