BROOKLYN!

by 2 May 03, 2015 0 Comments

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ALMOST SOLD OUT!!! LESS THAN 75 TICKETS LEFT!!

The team reserved 500 tickets for us and they're $35 a pop. If you've never been, the ballpark is great. This will be a great time to visit MCU Park with hundreds of like minded Mets die hards. Located right next to the beach, boardwalk, amusement park and Nathan's. On top of the great deal, there will also be a post game fireworks show. $35 price includes: (1) Field Box Ticket to 7/18 game VS. Vermont Lake Monsters (Oakland A’s affiliate) (2) $5 vouchers good for Food, Beverage, or Merchandise (1) Brooklyn Cyclones Group Hat (WILL REDEEM VOUCHER DAY OF GAME AT STADIUM) (1) Brooklyn Cyclones/The 7 Line Army T-shirt (WILL REDEEM VOUCHER DAY OF GAME AT STADIUM) (1) Sandy The Seagull Bobblehead (first 2,500 fans who enter) LINK TO BUY: http://www.brooklyncyclones.com/news/news/index.html?article_id=2002 T7L Wall


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