Bombers Introduce Bailout Package

BRYAN -- The Brazos Valley Bombers are less than 30 days away from beginning their third season of Texas Collegiate play! In a time of economic struggle around the nation, the Bombers have announced that they are releasing their own stimulus package to ensure that family fun can still stay affordable.

In addition to season tickets, the Bombers are offering mini-packages that will provide affordability and convenience for families around the Brazos Valley. The team will also be holding promotions each night of the season to provide their fans with opportunities to save money and enjoy unique festivities.

As a part of the Bombers Bailout Plan, pairs of reserved season tickets for the 24 home games can be purchased Buy 1 Get 1 Free for only $210. The Bailout Plan provides families and businesses an opportunity to purchase affordable tickets at a price under $4.5o per game.

The Bombers new Weekend Package gives fans a chance to enjoy reserved seating at11 weekend games for only $77. The package gives fans an opportunity to experience fireworks shows on Fridays, free giveaways on Saturdays and $1 Slovacek sausages on Sundays.

The Bombers stimulus package also includes the 5 for $40 package, which allows fans to pick any five games of the season for just $40. The 5 for $40 package includes reserved seating and provides fans with a $1 discount per game.

In addition to $2 Margaritaville Wednesday, $1 beer Thirsty Thursday, Fireworks Friday and Saturday Giveaways, the Bombers will be adding several new promotional nights for the upcoming season. Monday Feast, which will include $0.50 hot dogs, popcorn and soft drinks, premiers this season along with Cashback Tuesday and Slovacek Sunday. Cashback Tuesday will provide fans with the chance to win up to $1000 through a variety of contests and door prizes. In addition to $1 sausages, Slovacek Sunday will also include the opportunity to win a Nintendo Wii.



 
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