The Texas Rangers today announced a new ticket discount that will enable fans to save up to 75% on Monday through Thursday games in August and September.
Southwest Airlines Weekday Values will be in effect for all Monday through Thursday home games beginning with the Minnesota contest on Monday, August 17.
Fans can enter DINGER as the coupon code on texasrangers.com to purchase Upper Box, Upper Reserved, and Grandstand Reserved tickets for $5 or Lexus Club Terrace, Lower Reserved, or Bleachers seats for $10. Thatâs a savings of up to 75%.
Currently, the gate price for Upper Box is $20, Upper Reserved is $16 for adults ($6 for kids under 13), Grandstand Reserved is $6 ($3 for kids under 13), Lexus Club Terrace seats are $45, Lower Reserved are $25, and Bleacher seats are currently priced at the gate at $16 ($6 for kids under 13).
Southwest Airlines Weekday Values will be available for the following games:
- Thursday, August 20 vs. Minnesota (7:05)
- Monday, August 31 vs. Toronto (7:05)
- Tuesday, September 1 vs. Toronto (DH, 4:05)
- Wednesday, September 2 vs. Toronto (7:05)
- Monday, September 14 vs. Oakland (7:05)
- Tuesday, September 15 vs. Oakland (7:05)
- Wednesday, September 16 vs. Oakland (7:05)
The Rangers, currently fighting for first place in the AL West, have also been involved in other promotions to lure fans to games during the recession. Last season, they offered RaceTrac gas cards as part of a promotion.
Source: Texas Rangers
Maury Brown is the Founder and President of the Business of Sports Network, which includes The Biz of Baseball, The Biz of Football, The Biz of Basketball and The Biz of Hockey. He is contributor to Baseball Prospectus, and is available as a freelance writer. Brown's full bio is here. He looks forward to your comments via email and can be contacted through the Business of Sports Network (select his name in the dropdown provided).
Don't forget to register and log in on The Biz of Baseball site to get updates via your in-box, and see information only logged in members can see.
Follow Maury Brown and the Business of Sports Network on Twitter