Wood Ducks Announce AYCE Ticket Package for 2018 Season

2 Game Ticket Package on Sale Now!

By Down East Wood Ducks | February 5, 2018 10:25 AM ET

DOWN EAST WOOD DUCKS ANNOUNCE

"ALL YOU CAN EAT" TICKET PACKAGE

2 Game Ticket Package on Sale Now

 

                                                               

Kinston, North Carolina - The 2017 Carolina League Champion Down East Wood Ducks announced the addition of an "All You Can Eat" ticket package for the 2018 season. This two-game ticket package is only $40 per person ($20 per game) and includes one ticket to the Saturday, May 19 and Saturday, July 14 games.

 

"All You Can Eat" ticket-holders will enjoy a buffet of hot dogs, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, popcorn, peanuts, soft drinks and bottled water at both games. The "All You Can Eat" buffet will begin one hour prior to the start of the game and go until the end of the fifth inning (approximately 2.5 hours). The buffet and seating will be on the upper deck of the new Mother Earth Pavilion.    

 

"The 'All You Can Eat' ticket package is just one of the ways our fans will be able to enjoy the new Mother Earth Pavilion during the season," Wood Ducks General Manager Wade Howell said. "To ensure the ticket holders have a great experience, there are only 200 of these packages available. This will guarantee the ticket holders won't have to fight long buffet lines or struggle to find a place to sit and enjoy the game. In addition, there is a premium item giveaway taking place for the first 1,000 fans at each of the two games, so we feel like this is an incredible value for our fans and will become very popular."

 

The "All You Can Eat" ticket package is on sale immediately and can be purchased online at www.woodducksbaseball.com or by calling the Wood Ducks front office at 252-686-5154.

 

The Wood Ducks previously announced that 2018 season tickets are on sale. Reserved grandstand season tickets are available for $365 per seat and can be purchased by calling the Wood Ducks Team Offices at 252-686-5172. Individual game tickets are expected to go on sale Monday, March 5.

 

 

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

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