Variety of five and ten-game packs available for as low as $79
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (December 3, 2013) – Cardinals ticket sales for the 2014 season begin this Friday, December 6th at 10 a.m. CT. Fans can purchase All-Inclusive tickets or choose from a variety of five and ten-game ticket packs centered around popular promotional items and key matchups.
In addition to returning favorites the Cardinals are introducing three new five-game ticket packs – the 2013 NL Champions Pack, the East Coast Pack, and the 1964 World Champions Pack. Both the NL Champions Pack and 1964 World Champions Pack are highlighted by five games featuring collectible championship-themed promo items. The East Coast Pack includes tickets to see the World Series rematch against the Red Sox, plus matchups against the Yankees and other Eastern rivals. Returning packs include the Bobblehead Pack, which features four great bobblehead giveaways, as well as the Weekend Pack, Sunday Pack, Friday Pack and Cubs Pack. Five-game pack prices start as low as $79.
Also returning for 2014 is the perennially popular ten-game Opening Day Pack which includes a ticket to Opening Day as well as the final game of the season; the Jersey Pack featuring all six replica jersey/pullover giveaway dates, and the Value Pack which includes 10 games for the price of a five game pack.
“Ticket packs and All-Inclusive tickets are the best way to guarantee seats to these key promotional games and highly-anticipated matchups,” said Joe Strohm, Vice President of Ticket Sales for the Cardinals. “We’re excited about what we’re able to offer this season; Fans won’t want to miss out.”
Value is the key element of All-Inclusive tickets, where complimentary food and beverages are included in the price of each ticket. Friday is the first opportunity for fans to purchase 2014 single-game tickets in the Bank of America Club, UMB Champions Club, Coca-Cola Rooftop Deck and Patio, Powerade Bridge, Commissioner’s Box, Homer’s Landing, Leftfield Landing and other inclusive areas. All-Inclusive ticket prices start at just $50 each.