I’m not really a baseball fan, but I love to go to games. I like the people watching and the sun. Plus, if you sit by me, a foul ball is guaranteed to come your way. It just happens like that, and since I care not, I tend to get squished in the skirmish to grab the ball.
The Reds are launching Three Innings and a Lunch today, with the game against the Cubs.
Under the promotion, sponsored by the Business Courier, the Reds
will sell tickets for $15 that include a $10 voucher for food at Great
American Ballpark. Fans essentially get lunch plus a $5 ticket.
The deal covers any $14 ticket in the View level, which makes up
nearly the entire upper deck. Despite the name, fans aren’t just
limited to three innings, although the promotion is aimed at downtown
workers who may just want to stop by for a few innings, said Michael
Anderson, Reds public relations manager.
The promotion is only valid for four other afternoon games and is not valid on July 4. Buy tickets here.
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