Autographed sports memorabilia spruces up mantels and gives devoted fans a socially acceptable excuse to frame used mouth guards. Honor some of the greatest with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $9 for full-weekend admission to Pinstripe Glory Days for one (an $18 value)
- $15 for full-weekend admission to Pinstripe Glory Days for two (a $36 value)
- $299 for a ’78 Championship Team package to Pinstripe Glory Days. Package includes weekend admission for four people, one blank baseball and display cube, and one autograph ticket for each of the 12 appearing members of the '78 Yankees (a $495 value)
- $499 for a ’98 Championship Team package to Pinstripe Glory Days. Package includes weekend admission for four people, one blank baseball and display cube, and one autograph ticket for each of the 19 appearing members of the '98 Yankees (a $847 value)
Admission-only options grant pass holders entrance to the event, held at La Quinta Inn and Suites on Saturday, January 26, and Sunday, January 27. Once inside, guests can browse and purchase memorabilia, or buy autograph and photo opportunity tickets for players of the championship teams. Package options include entrance to the event, as well as autograph tickets to meet and have the included baseball signed by all appearing members of the '78 or '98 championship teams.
Autograph tickets for the '78 and '98 championship packages can only be used during the specific athletes' designated appearance times. For a list of fees and times for each player, see the event page. Purchasers must be present at designated times to redeem autograph tickets.
Founded by diehard sports fans in 2011, FHS Entertainment engineers once-in-a-lifetime experiences that bring fans face-to-face with their favorite team's biggest stars. Each of the company's bashes combines sports, entertainment, and charity into one intimate gathering, where attendees interact with sports legends while tossing out questions and listening to stories.
“Great food, and friendly staff. Cool bar.”
“Good time, delivered on the promise and place and people were great.”