What You'll Get
Despite what you've heard in baseball's unofficial theme song, peanuts and crackerjacks 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 Groupon: for $20, you get four playoff tickets, four hot dogs, four small drinks and four game-day programs at a Tennessee Smokies baseball game (up to a $64 total value). This deal is valid for one playoff game on September 9 or 10 at 7:15 p.m. This Groupon can be redeemed at the Smokies Park ticket office.
The Smokies, a Double-A minor-league affiliate of the Chicago Cubs, hold a commanding lead in the North division with over 30 wins in the season's second half. As the team heads into the 2010 playoffs for the North Division of the Southern League, they are led by three of the top five current batting leaders in the league. You and three other humans can enjoy a night of watching potential future Cubs, and potential (and unlikely) future Grammy-winning recording artists battling a soon-to-be determined rival. All tickets purchased will be seated together in the field level seats, so groups that want to perform synchronized cheers, with a hot dog in one hand, a small soda in the other hand, and a program in the other hand, should have one person purchase all of the tickets.
Though reviews are limited, three TripAdvisors give the Tennessee Smokies a four-star rating:
- My husband and I went to a Sunday 5pm game in June while we were staying in the area. It was lots of fun! The game was enjoyable and very relaxing. Good family fun too. – txmasonmom
- If you are planning a trip to the Pigeon Forge area of Tennessee you should check out the Tennessee Smokies minor league baseball games. – Hoosier2
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 10, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Valid only for a playoff game on 9/9 or 9/10. Groups must redeem Groupons at same time to sit together. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.