Central Indiana sports fans in search of value this summer are in luck this week at Victory Field. The Indianapolis Indians return to Victory Field tonight to begin an eight-game homestand with plenty of savings opportunities for fans.
The homestand is bookended by two Monday Dollar Menu offerings, tonight and Monday, July 25. Throughout both games five popular menu items are available for just $1 each including hot dogs, peanuts, popcorn, Cracker Jack and potato chips.
Tuesday, July 19 is the next Indy Star 2-for-1 Tuesday. Fans can purchase two tickets for the price of one with a coupon from Sunday’s The Indianapolis Star. The coupon is good for box seats, reserved seats or lawn seating.
The Indians will offer free rides to Wednesday’s 1:05 p.m. game. Fans can park at Lucas Oil Stadium (Gate 1 on Missouri Street) for just $5 and take advantage of a complimentary shuttle to the ballpark. The shuttle will run continuously from 90 minutes before the game until 30 minutes after the contest. Visit www.IndyIndians.com/Parking for more information.
Fans can enjoy a Thursday Value Pack this Thursday, July 21. As a part of this package, a special $15 ticket includes a souvenir, hot dog and unlimited soda. The souvenir is the fan’s choice of an Indians baseball, t-shirt or cap.
This Sunday, July 24, fans can receive three dollars off adult admission by presenting a can of Pepsi, Diet Pepsi or Pepsi Max. The discount is available for box seats, reserved seats or lawn seating. Fans can redeem the offer at the Victory Field box office or online at http://www.IndyIndians.com by entering the UPC code. Also on Sunday, the first 2,500 fans in attendance will receive an Indians gym bag, courtesy of Pepi, Ivy Tech and WRTV-6.
This week’s games represent the first opportunity to attend a game at Victory Field since last week’s All-Star Break. The Tribe face the Charlotte Knights (July 18-21) and Rochester Red Wings (July 22-25) as they continue their push for the playoffs. Tickets are on sale now at www.IndyIndians.com and at the Victory Field Box Office.
Blog by: Chris Herndon