Black Bears 'Black Friday WEEK' Sale Incudes 30% Off Tickets, Merchandise

Save big when you give the gift of baseball this holiday season

By Leighann Sainato / West Virginia Black Bears | November 22, 2019 11:03 AM

GRANVILLE, W.Va. - The Holidays are right around the corner and the Black Bears are celebrating their other favorite season with great savings on tickets and merchandise at

Our Black Friday sale isn't just one day! Fans can log on to all week from November 25-29 and save up to 30% on ticket packages and fantastic merchandise options.


This year you can give the gift of great experiences at Monongalia County Ballpark with the release of 10 and 6-game flex packs and the Cooper's Crew Kids Club pack! Complete your gift with the season's hottest merchandise on the Black Bears Official Online Team Store and save 30% off your entire order plus free shipping for domestic orders of $50.00 or more.

Each flex pack includes undated tickets that allow patrons to choose the games they want to attend, including promotional favorites like Star Wars Night and Bark in the Park or bobblehead giveaway dates. Flex packs begin at $63.00 for 6-games (savings of $13.50) and $95.00 for 10-games (savings of $32.50).

In addition to two kids' flex tickets, membership ID and t-shirt, the new and improved Cooper's Crew Kids Club pack now includes a special Black Bears gift for members on their birthday and a 10% discount off every visit to the Bears Den Team Store with valid membership ID card! Membership for Cooper's Crew for the 2020 season is $35.00.


All ticket vouchers may be redeemed in-person at the ticket office after May 1 and are based upon availability. Flex packs go on sale on November 25 at 9:00 a.m. EST. 

Black Bears fans get 30% off their entire order in the online team store from November 25-29 with promo code: BlackFridayWk19z, while patrons receive free ground shipping on any domestic order of $50.00 or more automatically at check-out.

Check back soon for more amazing ticket offers and merchandise sales! 

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

View More