Waterloo, IA – Entering their 20th
season of Northwoods League play, the Waterloo Bucks have announced the start of their 2014 season ticket sales campaign. Offering the best season ticket specials in the Cedar Valley, Bucks fans have the option to purchase their season tickets online at www.waterloobucks.com
Coming off their NWL record setting 51-win season, the Bucks offer nine different season ticket plans for their 36 game home schedule. Box Seats, Reserved Seats, Undated General Admission – Adult, Dated General Admission – Adult, Undated General Admission – Youth/Senior, Dated General Admission – Youth/Senior, the Domino’s Pizza Lil’ Buck-A-Roos Kids Club, Half-Season General Admission – Adult, and Half-Season General Admission – Youth/Senior are all available to fans in and around the Cedar Valley.
Premium Seating levels will consist of Box Seats and Reserved Seats. Below is a list of Premium Seating amenities:
Reduced game-by-game ticket prices
Season Ticket Holder Card that will allow you entrance into all of the Bucks’ regular season road games along with other potential benefits
Reserved Seating for all home games
NEW Seating, making your seat the most comfortable seat in the stadium
All Premium Seats have a comfortable seat back
Includes in-seat food and beverage service where you will be waited on by a personal attendant
Unused tickets are good for any other regular season home game
Postseason Ticket Options: Opportunity to purchase tickets in your regular season ticket location for all postseason home games
The first level of Premium Seating consists of Box Seat season tickets. Priced at $200, Box Seat season tickets allow the ticket holder a reserved seat for each Bucks home game. As a Box Seat season ticket holder, a fan will receive the closest seating to home plate along with the Premium Seating amenities listed above. In addition, individuals with Box Seat tickets eat and drink for free until the opponent scores on every Tuesday and Wednesday home game as part of the Great Clips Box Seat Shutout Challenge. Each Box Seat season ticket can be redeemed for one Kids Zone Pass at each home game. For 2014, each Box Seat season ticket holder will receive a complimentary 10 oz. beer or 12 oz. fountain soda coupon for each home game.
The second level of Premium Seating consists of Reserved Seat season tickets. Priced at $155, Reserved Seat season tickets are located directly behind the Box Seats, offering fans a covered grandstand and padded seat back along with all of the amenities that come with Premium Seating.
Undated General Admission – Adult season tickets are $125 for the ‘14 season. With the purchase of undated general admission season tickets, a fan will receive 36 undated tickets that can be used for any Bucks home game. With this flexibility, a fan could take 36 people to one game if they wished.
Dated General Admission – Adult season tickets are $110 for this season. Fans who purchase this plan will receive one general admission ticket for every regular season Bucks home game.
An Undated General Admission – Youth/Senior season ticket allows the buyer the same privileges as an Undated General Admission – Adult season ticket holder, but at a discounted price of $100. Individuals 17 years of age and younger and persons 55 years of age and older may enter renovated Riverfront Stadium with a General Admission – Youth/Senior ticket.
A Dated General Admission – Youth/Senior season ticket allows the buyer the same privileges as a Dated General Admission – Adult season ticket holder, but at a discounted price of $85 for individuals17 years of age and younger and persons 55 years of age and older.
The Domino’s Pizza Lil’ Buck-A-Roos Kids Club returns for the ‘14 season. Designed for children 12 years of age and under, this package allows young Bucks fans into all Waterloo regular season home games for free when they wear their Kids Club t-shirt. A pizza party, baseball camp, and many more special extras are also included in the package. At only $35, children will be able to enter Riverfront Stadium for less than $1 per game to see the Bucks.
The Half-Season General Admission – Adult season ticket buyer will receive 18 undated tickets that will be good for any home game. Fans may purchase a Half-Season G.A. – Adult season ticket for $65.
The Half-Season General Admission – Youth/Senior season ticket allows the buyer the same privileges as a Half-Season General Admission – Adult season ticket holder, but at a discounted price of $55. Individuals 17 years of age and younger and persons 55 years of age and older may enter Riverfront Stadium with a General Admission – Youth/Senior ticket.
Fans who purchase Box Seat season tickets, Reserved Seat season tickets, Dated or Undated General Admission – Adult season tickets, or Dated or Undated General Admission – Youth/Senior season tickets before April 15 will receive a Season Ticket Holder card that will allow the owner complimentary admission into all Bucks regular season road games, entry into games via the first base Season Ticket Holder Only Gate, and other potential benefits.
Stadium Chairs make a return to Riverfront Stadium for the 2014 season. When fans purchase a full General Admission Season Ticket (Dated or Undated), for an additional $40, they will receive the use of a Stadium Chair for the 2014 season, making their spot in the stands reserved for them for every Bucks home game.
Finally, the Bucks are offering an Easy Payment Plan. If chosen, the Bucks will divide the season ticket holder’s plan up into thirds and submit one-third of the cost of their season tickets to their credit card for three consecutive months, interest free.
All 2013 Bucks season ticket holders should expect to receive information in the mail within the next few days regarding renewals. For more information, fans are encouraged to contact the Bucks ticket line at (319) 232-5633.
The Waterloo Bucks are a member of the finest developmental league for elite college baseball players, the Northwoods League. Playing its 21st
season of summer collegiate baseball, the Northwoods League is the largest organized baseball league in the world with 18 teams, drawing significantly more fans, in a friendly ballpark experience, than any league of its kind. A valuable training ground for coaches, umpires and front office staff, more than 115 Northwoods League players have advanced to Major League Baseball, including MLB All-Stars Max Scherzer (DET), Chris Sale (CWS), Jordan Zimmermann (WAS), Curtis Granderson (NYY), Allen Craig (STL) and Ben Zobrist (TB). All league games are viewable live and free of charge via the Northwoods League YouTube channel
. For more information, visit www.waterloobucks.com
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