Perhaps you heard about the Phillies "Spring Pass" or even purchased one to attend every single game at Citizens Bank Park in the month of April (plus one in May!) for the super cheap price of $50. Well, it was a pretty great deal and turned out to be such a success that the team is bringing the concept back for the month of June.
The Phillies announced the "June Pass" today which will get you entry to 10 different home games for the low price of $50.
Not only is the weather likely to be better in June but the Phillies have been stringing together one-run wins like crazy.
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Here's how the team describes the deal on its site: "The June Pass will give you access to every Monday through Friday Phillies regular season home game in the month of June for just $50. All tickets will be delivered digitally via your mobile device. Seating locations will vary game to game and will include the following sections: Terrace, Terrace Deck, Pavilion, Pavilion Deck, and Outfield."
The digital-only delivery and lack of a concrete seating location shortly before the game could be an issue for your parents, but the Millennial crowd who loves baseball will likely have no problem with those issues given the low cost of the deal.
The games the pass covers includes one with the rival Washington Nationals, a series with the red hot Chicago Cubs, and a pair of games against the Brewers, Bluejays, and Diamondbacks respectively.
Peanuts and Crackerjacks not included.
More on the specifics of the deal at the Phillies website.