Despite baseball's unofficial theme song, peanuts and Cracker Jacks were replacements for the original, mid-1850s snacks of heavily salted licorice and wooden chewin' slabs. Keep your family traditions classic, but not too classic, with today's deal: you’ll have your choice of three ticket options to see the Cleveland Indians battle the New York Mets during interleague play on two different dates. There is a limit of 18 Groupon purchases per household, and customers can attend both games.
When you click "Buy" you'll be redirected to Ticketmaster.com to complete your transaction. See below for more info on Ticketmaster fees. Both games provide three seating options, including AM/PM All-You-Can-Eat seats that offer unlimited hot dogs, peanuts, popcorn, nachos, and soft drinks. Also, Party Deck seats treat their sitters to unlimited Pepsi products, access to a cash bar, and a buffet consisting of fried chicken, mac 'n' cheese, hot dogs, barbecue pulled pork, potato salad, corn on the cob, watermelon, and cookies. Food is served from when the gates open until one hour after the first pitch. Choose from one of the following seating options for Tuesday, June 15, at 7:05 p.m., or Thursday, June 17, at 7:05 p.m.:
- $11 Upper Box ticket (a $22 value)
- $22 AM/PM All-You-Can-Eat ticket (a $32 value)
- $30 Party Deck ticket (a $60 value)
Established as a major-league franchise in 1901, the Cleveland Indians boast a rich baseballing history highlighted by World Series championships in 1920 and 1948 and recent American League Pennants in 1995 and 1997. Playing in Progressive Field, the Tribe showcases the kind of world-class pitching, finessed fielding, and deft bat swinging that wins ball games and keeps the sun’s angry face from swallowing the earth. Visitors to the 40,000-plus-capacity park will enjoy scenic views of the Cleveland skyline and a vivid Kentucky Bluegrass field dotted with outfield teleportation pods and sets of hurdles along the baselines. This year, the Indians are led by right-fielder Shin-Soo Choo, who owned a .380 on-base percentage and 28 RBIs after 55 games, and righty starting pitcher Mitch Talbot, who maintained a 7-4 record and a 3.54 ERA after his first 11 starts.
Attending a baseball game is more American than herding cattle in a Ford Mustang or spending spring break in Cancun. Enjoy a fun-filled evening of viewing grown men frolic in grassy fields and managers signal stock-report updates to pitchers with today’s Groupon to the Cleveland Indians.
Note on Ticketmaster fees: You'll get the same percentage off the convenience charge, but you'll still need to pay the full processing fee, the optional printing-at-home fee, and tax. Ain't no discounts on tax.
Progressive Field received 3.7 stars out of five overall from Stadium Journey and 4.7 out of five from Baseball Reflections. Yelpers and TripAdvisors give Progressive Field four owl eyes, while Citysearchers award it five stars:
- Progressive Field is a great place to take in a ballgame for baseball nuts and casual fans alike, and makes for a great baseball experience whether it is your first or 101st trip to the park. – Samantha Bunten, Stadium Journey
- The Indians have made improvements to the stadium nearly every year since it was built. – Bill Jordan, Baseball Reflections
- Progressive Field is one of the best ballparks in baseball. – ClevelandBeachBoy, TripAdvisor