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Today we announced the return of a unique ticket promotion known as the “Brewers Chance 2 Advance Ticket Plan Presented by Potawatomi,” which allows fans the chance to upgrade their seats to the next highest ticket category every time the Brewers win.
Only a limited number of plans will be available, and they go on sale tomorrow. Tickets for this promotion sold out in 2013 – the first year of the promotion – and fans will want to act quickly. Last season, the Brewers won six games during the promotion and fans that purchased this ticket plan advanced to the Field Outfield Box.
Here’s how the Ticket Plan works: For just $99, you get tickets to nine select Tuesday games at Miller Park, plus the chance to advance all the way to the Field Diamond Box. You start with seats in Bernie’s Terrace for all nine games, but with each Brewers win, you upgrade your seating area. On Tuesday, May 6, you’ll sit in Bernie’s Terrace for the first game of the plan against the Arizona Diamondbacks. If the Crew wins, you will advance to the next seating tier for the following game in the plan.
Every time the Brewers win, you will simply exchange your Bernie’s Terrace ticket for a ticket in the next best seating area for only $2. You remain in that seat location until the Brewers win the next game in the plan. If the Brewers don’t win, simply exchange your Bernie’s Terrace ticket at no cost for a seat in the same section where you last advanced – no backsliding.
|Ticket Plan Game Dates:|
|Tuesday, May 6||vs. Arizona||7:10 p.m.|
|Tuesday, May 13||vs. Pittsburgh||7:10 p.m.|
|Tuesday, May 27||vs. Baltimore||7:10 p.m.|
|Tuesday, June 3||vs. Minnesota||7:10 p.m.|
|Tuesday, June 24||vs. Washington||7:10 p.m.|
|Tuesday, July 8||vs. Philadelphia||7:10 p.m.|
|Tuesday, July 22||vs. Cincinnati||7:10 p.m.|
|Tuesday, August 5||vs. San Francisco||7:10 p.m.|
|Tuesday, August 19||vs. Toronto||7:10 p.m.|
|Order of Seat Upgrades:|
|1.) Bernie’s Terrace|
|2.) Terrace Reserved|
|3.) Terrace Box|
|4.) Loge Outfield|
|5.) Loge Infield|
|6.) Club Outfield|
|7.) Field Outfield|
|8.) Field Infield|
|9.) Field Diamond|
Ticket upgrades must be done in person at the Miller Park Ticket Office (between Windows 1-12 located behind home plate) anytime between the conclusion of the previous game and the start of the next game in the ticket plan. Box Office hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.; Saturdays from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sundays from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Tickets for this plan will be available tomorrow, beginning at 10 a.m. Tickets can be purchased by calling (414) 902-GAME (4263) or by visiting Brewers.com/advance. Service fees apply.
-John and Cait
Yesterday, Hank made his second trip to the vet office as he has a small issue with his left eye.
“There’s no need to put him on the disabled list,” said Brewers VP of Communications, Tyler Barnes. “In baseball terms, he’s just ‘day to day.’“
While the main cause is not known, it is likely just related to allergies as the desert in Arizona is beginning to bloom. The vet has prescribed medication for the next week until it clears up.
Hank fans need not fear. After a day of rest yesterday, Hank was seen out and about around Maryvale today where he took a stroll around the warning track
and also met with some of his adoring fans.
Get more Hank updates by following #BallparkPup on Twitter and Instagram.
Today we announced that tickets for the two exhibition games to be played at Miller Park against the Kansas City Royals on Friday, March 28 (7:10 p.m.) and Saturday, March 29 (1:10 p.m.) will go on sale to the general public this Wednesday, March 5 at 9 a.m.
Tickets to both exhibition games are priced at $20 for Field Diamond Box seats, $15 for Field Infield Box seats and $10 for all other seat locations. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Advance General Parking is available for $9 and Advance Preferred Parking is $14. Day-of-game parking prices include: General and Handicap Parking ($10); Preferred Parking ($18) and Bus Parking ($50).
Tickets may be purchased by visiting the Miller Park Box Office, online at Brewers.com or by calling the Brewers Ticket Office at 414-902-4000 or 1-800-933-7890.
Each year when I travel down to Arizona for Spring Training, one of my favorite things to do is to check out all of the fun apparel and merchandise sold in the Brewers Team Store at Maryvale.
Because the Spring Training logo changes from year to year as does the style, there’s always lots of new and fresh items in fun colors. You can also pick up non-Spring Training Brewers gear at the store, so it’s also fun to get a sneak peek of the 2014 line of Brewers apparel.
In this post, I’m going to focus on Brewers Spring Training gear for women. I’ll have subsequent posts previewing the Spring Training gear for men, the non-Spring Training gear for both men and women, kids and baby apparel and other fun items available in the shop.
Here is a gallery of all of the Women’s Spring Training Tees, Tanks & Pullovers:
Stay tuned for more!
Ever wondered what a 90+ mph fastball looks like from the point of view of a Major League catcher? We were curious, too. So today, we strapped a GoPro camera to the chest of Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy during batting practice as Kyle Lohse took the hill.
Check back in a bit and we’ll have some awesome footage to share!
UPDATE: Here’s a quick glimpse of some of the footage we got today (in slo-mo):
2/25/14 Update: We have more footage from yesterday’s BP:
Fans suffering from mild peanut allergies again have an option at Miller Park as the 2014 peanut-controlled areas and dates will go on sale Monday, March 3. These games include Friday, April 25 vs. the Cubs; Friday, May 30 vs. the Cubs; Friday, June 13 vs. the Reds; Monday, July 21 vs. the Reds; Tuesday, August 19 vs. the Blue Jays and Friday, September 26 vs. the Cubs.
Beginning on Monday, March 3 at 9 a.m., registration for tickets in the peanut-controlled area for these dates will open at Brewers.com/peanutcontrolled. Space is limited to accommodate approximately 100 people in this area for each of these six games.
The peanut-controlled area seating will be in Club Outfield sections 306 and 307. Ticket prices are $42 per ticket plus applicable service fees; limit six tickets per order. A Brewers sales representative will be in contact to complete the order.
Tickets will need to be picked up at Will Call, and all fans in the area will be required to sign a waiver.
Bernie, watch your back.
Move over, Brat, Polish, Italian, Hot Dog and Chorizo—there’s a new Top Dog in town.
We’re not sure where he came from, but a little stray pup is quickly becoming not just the Brewers unofficial Spring Training mascot, but a valued member of the team.
The pooch, who has since been named Hank (after who else but Hank Aaron?), wandered into Brewers camp two days ago looking a little grubby but ready for play. In no time, this little dog has stolen more hearts than Tommy Harper stole bases in 1969.
A staff member took Hank to the vet where he received his shots and a bath, but this little scrapper’s jersey will never be spotless. His white uniform looks to be permanently shaded a little on the gray side in places, but when you get to know this little fella’s personality, you see it’s a perfect fit.
Hank spends each day roaming offices and playing fields, visiting with everyone from Doug Melvin, Ron Roenicke, players and coaches to ticket office and concessions staff. Hank is going home with members of the organization each night to a warm bed, and he recently completed a day at the Team Store where he picked out his favorite styles from the latest Brewers pet gear.
So, what’s the next chapter? Stay tuned. Hank is in good hands and we’ll keep you posted on our most devoted ”tail”-gater in the coming days.
For more updates from Brewers Spring Training in Phoenix, Arizona, be sure to follow the #CactusCrew hashtag on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
After our posts yesterday, Hank has become a dog in demand! He spent the morning in the Clubhouse and did three TV interviews. He also took to the field for practice with his mentor, Yovani Gallardo.
Also, many of you are asking what is going to happen to Hank after Spring Training. Rest assured, Hank’s days as a stray are over, one way or another and he’ll continue to be well taken care of.
Here are some more photos from earlier today (How fitting is it that it’s “National Love Your Pet Day“?):
On Wednesday, April 2, we’re turning Miller Park into Wisconsin’s largest classroom–again!
It’s the 6th annual Weather Day and students and teachers agree, Miller Park is the perfect atmosphere for a field trip!
Once again, the Brewers are teaming up with TODAY’S TMJ4 to create an exciting event that will give students an educational and fun-filled day at the ballpark.
Students will enjoy a special lesson on the science of weather from the Storm Team 4 Meteorologists and take part in an interactive Science Fair featuring Discovery World, Milwaukee Public Museum, Mitchell Park Domes, STEP Program presented by Ready Wisconsin, and TODAY’S TMJ4—all before settling in to watch the Brewers take on the Atlanta Braves.
Plus, exclusively for Weather Day attendees, hot dogs and small sodas are only $1 with the Weather Day concession voucher. With so many fun activities and a variety of affordable pricing options starting at just $9, Weather Day is sure to blow you away!
Click below to see some highlights from our previous Weather Day events, then visit brewers.com/weatherday to secure your tickets!
The Brewers marketing department has come up with a fun, unique (and topical) campaign to help entice lapsed Brewers Season Seat Holders to renew their tickets for the 2014 season.
Last week, just in time for Valentine’s Day, select accounts received a small package containing a special gold baseball, along with a card from Brewers outfielder Carlos Gomez, tying in to Valentine’s Day and playing upon Carlos’ Gold Glove winning season in 2013.
So far, the response has been great.
Take a look at some of the photos of the package below:
Sometimes, it’s good to be a follower.
As in, on Friday, February 28, from 12-5pm CT when followers of the @Brewers Twitter Account will have the chance to purchase individual game tickets before they go on sale to the general public on Saturday, March 1 in conjunction with the Brewers Arctic Tailgate event.
Here’s how it works–if you don’t already follow us on Twitter, click here and follow @Brewers. (Not on Twitter? No worries–it’s free and now is the perfect time to sign up! Just don’t blame me when you find yourself addicted to the service. #ILoveTwitter)
Then, just watch our account. Along with all of the news, insider updates and information that we normally share on Twitter, we’ll be tweeting out a special link and password that you’ll need to be able to take advantage of this special pre-sale opportunity.
Once you receive the link/password, you’ll be able to log in on Friday, February 28 from 12pm to 5pm CT, where you’ll have the chance to purchase individual game tickets to 80 home games (sorry guys, no Opening Day through this presale) before the general public gets their shot on Saturday morning. There will be an eight (8) ticket limit per game for this online sale.
So what you need to do between now and February 28:
2. Familiarize yourself with the 2014 schedule so when the time comes, you know exactly which games you want to snag. Are you going for the #Brewers14in14 All-Fan Bobblehead and/or T-Shirt games? Or maybe you’re looking to lock in your 5-County or Spring Madness dates? We’re hosting the Yankees this season and it’s Derek Jeter’s last, so maybe that’s on your wish list. View the full promotional schedule here.
So this year, you may just want to avoid the cold and camp out in front of your computer instead. Or, if you’re still planning to attend Arctic Tailgate for the camaraderie and/or your shot at Opening Day tickets*, you could also still take advantage of this opportunity while you’re waiting in line–yep, shopping online while waiting in line. Thank you, technology.
*Another option to guarantee Opening Day tickets? Go for FREE with a Brewers 10-Pack. Click here for details.