Brewers 10-pack ticket plans are now on sale
Something special is brewing in the Cream City, and now is the time to make sure you're a part of the excitement at Miller Park during 2020 – the Brewers 50th anniversary season. Brewers 10-pack plans are on sale now, allowing fans to secure their tickets before they become available to the general public.
Die-hard Brewers fans who like to plan ahead can enjoy a free 11th game with the purchase of a 10-pack set plan. The free game can include Opening Day or any other 2020 regular season home game. Fans who purchase one of these plans can either pick their own contests or choose from one of four pre-set plans – the Weekend Plan, the Friday Plan, the Premier Plan and the Hot Summer Plan.
Fans seeking additional flexibility can choose the 10-pack Flex Plan – featuring a bank of 10 tickets that can be allocated any way across a selection of 61 games. The Flex Plan also gives fans the ability to redeem their tickets on the day of the game (tickets subject to availability). Please note that the 10-pack Flex Plan requires a two-seat minimum (20 vouchers) and does not guarantee exact seat locations.
Regardless of which option fans choose, all 10-pack plans include priority seating locations, a personal account executive, discounts on advanced-purchase parking, postseason ticket access to one home game per round (excluding the World Series) and feature savings of more than 20 percent off single-game prices.
Of course, fans who want to catch more of the action at Miller Park and increase their support for the Crew this season can upgrade their membership to become 20-game season seat holders. This program offers additional savings on tickets and exclusive benefits including 25 percent off concessions and merchandise during 25 select games, a limited-edition bobblehead, enrollment in the Season Seat Holder Rewards Program, full postseason ticket rights and much more.
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