What You'll Get
Like a Friday-night fish fry, a baseball game involves batters, plates, and running into walls in pursuit of flies. Catch a classic sporting showdown with today’s deal for a ticket to the St. Louis Cardinals game against the Cincinnati Reds at Busch Stadium on Friday, September 2, at 7:15 p.m. When you click “Buy,” you’ll be redirected to cardinals.com to complete your transaction. See below for more info on fees. Choose from the following seating options:
• For $15, you get one 200-level Left- or Right-Field Loge seat (a $45 value).
• For $20, you get one 100-level Left- or Right-Field Box seat (a $51 value).
The St. Louis Cardinals showcase warp-speed pitches and moon-bound home runs in their quest to add an 11th World Series crown to their trophy case. Instead of hazardously hanging a hammock between the foul poles, fans can take in the game from loge or box seats along the right- or left-field line. This season, first baseman Albert Pujols helms the hitting squad, logging 78 RBI and harvesting 31 homers over 117 games. Right-handed hurler Chris Carpenter has been rocking the pitching stats for the past 186.1 innings, collecting 149 strikeouts and a 3.57 ERA while lugging around a cache of baseballs in a keytar case.
Busch Stadium greets each guest with stunning views of the Gateway Arch, treating them to foot-long hot dogs and mile-long bratwursts from the concessions stands (not included in today’s deal). Cards fans can also snap photos of the verdant natural-grass field, create their own Fredbird at a Build-a-Bear station, or play musical chairs in the stadium’s 46,000 seats.
Note on cardinals.com fees: A fee of $4.50 will be applied to every order, as well as an additional convenience fee of $2.50 per ticket.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 2, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Customers buy through St. Louis Cardinals website, see additional conditions that apply. Valid only for listed game. May purchase multiple tickets. Must purchase together to sit together. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.