The Baltimore Orioles announced today that they will offer an exclusive incentive for those fans attending Saturday's Tag Day to purchase a partial season plan.
The Orioles will provide $50 in vouchers to any fan purchasing two seats in a 13-game plan at the event. The vouchers can be redeemed at Oriole Park for additional tickets, merchandise and concessions throughout the 2013 season. Tag Day will be held at Oriole Park from 9:00 a.m. - noon this Saturday.
Tag Day is an opportunity for fans interested in purchasing either a full or partial Season Plan for the 2013 season to "try out" their seats before they buy. Available seats will be tagged with pennants, and Orioles sales representatives will be stationed throughout the ballpark to discuss season plan options and answer questions.
The Oriole Park centerfield video board will air two showings of "The BUCKle Up Birds: An Underdog Story" at 9:15 a.m. and again at 10:30 a.m. for fans to enjoy.
Orioles Season Plans are available in 81-game, 29-game, and 13-game packages. Season Plan Holders are exclusively entitled to Orange Carpet Benefits, including a significant discount on tickets and parking over single game prices, early entrance to the ballpark for batting practice at each home game, priority access to special events and more.
Tickets for plans purchased at Tag Day will be printed immediately, allowing fans to take their tickets home with them. The Orioles Box Office will also be open for single game ticket purchases.
Free parking for Tag Day is available in Lot A. Fans should use the Home Plate Plaza entrance to the ballpark, located between dates D & E. The Orioles Team Store will also be open at 9:00 a.m. and is located on the first level of the warehouse. For more information, call 1-888-848-BIRD or visit http://www.orioles.com.
Fans will receive $50 in vouchers for every two season plan seats purchased. Vouchers can be redeemed for any additional ticket purchases, concessions, or merchandise.
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