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Re: How much does your "Day at the park" Cost You?

Postby abrage22 » Fri Jul 25, 2008 7:28 pm

at the metrodome, theres a deal where you pay like 35 bucks for a home run porch seat, or upper level w/e it is, and u can eat anything u want :-D w/o paying for it. obviously ur pretty much paying for it with paying for the ticket. but if ur a pig at the game it could be a pretty good deal :-°
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Re: How much does your "Day at the park" Cost You?

Postby MasterX1918 » Fri Jul 25, 2008 8:13 pm

dweenmachine wrote:Getting tickets to see the Red Sox at Fenway is pretty tough, unless you want to pay quite a bit for them... I used to be able to get $7 standing room tickets, which were reserved for active duty military. It was great, we had our own line, and you could buy an extra ticket for a guest as long as they were with you. Even still, I remember spending on average about $100 per game which included food and drinks.
I've only been to two games since getting out of the Navy... 2 years ago :-P

yeah, actually getting Red Sox tickets is tougher than actually paying for them.
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Re: How much does your "Day at the park" Cost You?

Postby acsguitar » Fri Jul 25, 2008 8:26 pm

MasterX1918 wrote:
dweenmachine wrote:Getting tickets to see the Red Sox at Fenway is pretty tough, unless you want to pay quite a bit for them... I used to be able to get $7 standing room tickets, which were reserved for active duty military. It was great, we had our own line, and you could buy an extra ticket for a guest as long as they were with you. Even still, I remember spending on average about $100 per game which included food and drinks.
I've only been to two games since getting out of the Navy... 2 years ago :-P

yeah, actually getting Red Sox tickets is tougher than actually paying for them.


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