Rafters Announces 2014 Ticket Packages
Deals Expire Jan. 31, 2014
For the City-Times
The Wisconsin Rapids Rafters announced their 2014 Regular Season schedule on Monday, November 25th in conjunction with the Northwoods League. Today the team announced the dates for their three 9 Game Package options for the 2014 season as well as dates for the Hal-Season Solarus Founders Club. New for 2014 are four 9 Game Package options in the Solarus Founders Club as well.
The popular 9 Game Bleacher Packages are back for a fifth season and will include:
- Reserved Bleacher Seat – Same seat for each game if you purchase the package by April 24th, 2014.
- All-You-Can-Eat-and-Drink –Unlimited brats, burgers, hot dogs, chicken sandwiches, potato chips, fountain soda and tap water through the 5th inning. ***Nightly Special***-There will be one nightly food special offered on each of the 9 Pack dates, in addition to the regular 9 Pack menu options.
- Guaranteed Giveaways – You will receive a code on your ticket; present your 9 Pack ticket at the A-F Motors Fan Services booth outside of the Rafthouse on gamedays to receive the nightly giveaway.
- “Never-a-Wasted Seat” Ticket Policy – Can’t make it to a game in your package? Don’t worry; simply exchange your ticket at the Rafters box office to receive a seat to a future game. (May exchange tickets before the game is played or up to seven days following the date printed on the unused ticket)
- Rafters Hat-Each package you purchase will also include a Rafters hat.
The deadline for renewing ticket packages for 2014 is January 31st. The Rafters will open up all unclaimed seats for sale after that date.
Promotions taking place on dates in each of the packages are set to be unveiled in the spring of 2014. Listed below are the package dates for next season. Stay tuned to raftersbaseball.com for more information.
|9 Pack Bleacher A||9 Pack Bleacher B||9 Pack Bleacher C|
|Thursday, May 29||Tuesday, May 27||Wednesday, May 28|
|Wednesday, June 11||Wednesday, June 4||Thursday, June 5|
|Saturday, June 14||Thursday, June 12||Tuesday, June 10|
|Saturday, June 28||Sunday, June 15||Tuesday, June 17|
|Thursday, July 3||Saturday, July 5||Tuesday, June 24|
|Sunday, July 6||Wednesday, July 9||Friday, July 4|
|Saturday, July 26||Saturday, July 19||Thursday, July 10|
|Wednesday, August 6||Saturday, August 2||Tuesday, July 29|
|Saturday, August 9||Friday, August 8||Thursday, August 7|
|Founders Half Season Pack A|
|Tuesday, May 27||Monday, June 23||Saturday, July 19|
|Thursday, May 29||Monday, June 30||Saturday, July 26|
|Thursday, June 5||Thursday, July 3||Monday, July 28|
|Wednesday, June 11||Saturday, July 5||Saturday, August 2|
|Saturday, June 14||Sunday, July 6||Wednesday, August 6|
|Monday, June 16||Wednesday, July 9||Friday, August 8|
|Founders Half Season Pack B|
|Wednesday, May 28||Tuesday, June 24||Sunday, July 27|
|Wednesday, June 4||Saturday, June 28||Tuesday, July 29|
|Tuesday, June 10||Friday, July 4||Wednesday, July 30|
|Thursday, June 12||Monday, July 7||Monday, August 4|
|Sunday, June 15||Tuesday, July 8||Thursday, August 7|
|Tuesday, June 17||Thursday, July 10||Saturday, August 9|
|Founders 9 Pack #1||Founders 9 Pack #2||Founders 9 Pack #3||Founders 9 Pack #4|
|Tuesday, May 27||Wednesday, May 28||Thursday, May 29||Wednesday, June 4|
|Thursday, June 5||Tuesday, June 10||Wednesday, June 11||Thursday, June 12|
|Saturday, June 14||Sunday, June 15||Monday, June 16||Tuesday, June 17|
|Monday, June 23||Tuesday, June 24||Saturday, June 28||Monday, June 30|
|Thursday, July 3||Friday, July 4||Saturday, July 5||Sunday, July 6|
|Monday, July 7||Tuesday, July 8||Wednesday, July 9||Thursday, July 10|
|Saturday, July 19||Saturday, July 26||Sunday, July 27||Monday, July 28|
|Tuesday, July 29||Wednesday, July 30||Saturday, August 2||Monday, August 4|
|Wednesday August 6||Thursday August 7||Friday, August 8||Saturday, August 9|
The Wisconsin Rapids Rafters are a member of the finest developmental league for elite college baseball players, the Northwoods League. Playing its 21stseason 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 (NYM), 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.raftersbaseball.com.