Celebrate Summer With This Awesome 6 Game Plan

By Trenton Thunder | April 21, 2014 9:57 AM ET

The weather is warmer, the end of the school year is in sight, and baseball season is in full swing...let's celebrate!

Spend quality time with your family on six awesome nights this summer with the Celebrate Summer Mini Plan. This six game pack includes two games per month in June, July and August - right in the heart of our schedule. 

Each Plan includes a FREE hot dog, popcorn & soda at each of your games, a FREE Thunder Hat, and a FREE ticket to the special 2:05pm game on 5/31*... Add it up and it's a $125 value for just $66!

The Celebrate Summer Mini Plan Includes: 
Thursday, June 12 - Fireworks & Thirsty Thursday presented by Budweiser, 7:05pm
Saturday, June 21 - Summer Kickoff Party with Fireworks, 7:05pm
Sunday, July 13 - Thunder Lanyard Giveaway (first 1,000 ages 5-15), 1:05pm
Tuesday, July 29 - Super Value Tuesday with $1 Hot Dogs and Kids Eat Free (12 and under), 7:05pm
Friday, August 8 - Boomer Bobbleheads (first 2,000 ages 14+), 7:05pm
Thursday, August 21 - Fireworks, Football Kickoff Night, Thirsty Thursday presented by Budweiser, 7:05pm

Can't make a game that is listed? Not a problem! We'll let you exchange your tickets to another game, just call us in advance!



* The 2:05pm game on May 31 was added to make up a rained out game on April 7. The game will be Family Fun Day with two popular kids promotions in store for families in attendance: Kids Eat Free and a pregame "Catch on the Field". Kids Eat Free, usually part of Super Value Tuesdays, will see all kids 12 and under receive a free meal voucher when they enter. All fans are encouraged to bring their gloves and arrive early to play catch on the field from 1:15-1:30pm. The game will be Game 1 of a separate admission doubleheader. The Thunder will play the regularly scheduled contest a gainst the Sea Dogs at 7:05pm. A separate ticket is required for both games and per Minor League Baseball rules, both games will be 7 innings in length.

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

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