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What You'll Get
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Watch the Round Rock Express bat, slide, steal, and knock spherical things out of Dell Diamond at six different baseball games of your choice with today's Groupon. For $66, you'll not only get box-seat tickets to six Sunday through Thursday games, but also six passes to the Intel club, an expansive, airy lounge that holds up to 275 fans (more if those fans have grotesque stackable bodies). This deal (a $132 value) is valid on any game day Sunday through Thursday. Click here to view the monthly calendar.
The AAA affliate of the Houston Astros, the Express are managed by former Major League pitcher and first base coach Marc Bombard, and coached by former Major League pitcher Burt Hooton, Minor League veteran Keith Bodie, and star of Major League: Back to the Minors, Scott Bakula. This Pacific Coast League power beat the Nashville Sounds to clinch the American Conference finals in 2006. Watch them light up this season from inside the weather-defying Intel Club, where you can live-blog the experience with complimentary WiFi, booze up at two separate bar areas, or nosh on a full menu of appetizers, salads, and entrees.
Besides offering a luxurious baseball-watching experience befitting a retired genie, this Groupon doubles as a boot camp for new fans. One game is never enough to determine key players or develop an emotional stake in the action, but after six, you'll be able to rattle off sporty statistics about batting leaders and pitch records. Today's Groupon also makes a good passive-aggressive present for getting your roommate out of the house on six separate occasions.
Round Rock Express office will be closed starting December 24 and will reopen January 4.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 6, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Not valid with other offers. Tickets valid for 6 different games, may buy multiple packages. Valid only for Sunday–Thursday games. No cash value, no refunds. Expires last game of 2010 season. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.