I like how I'm copying the clip-art-like AYCE logo. I really need to take some art/design classes. Until that happens, let's talk about the Twins. For three more games this season (8/25 Orioles, 9/1 White Sox, 9/15 Indians), $34 gets you a Metrodome Upper Club seat (sections 232 & 233) and all the "Field Fare" you can eat (that's hot dogs, nachos, popcorn, peanuts, soft pretzels, fountain soda, and water; you can get two at a time). Bring 24+ friends and that price goes down to $30. AYCE does Not include beer, ice cream or candy, but those items are sold nearby. AYCE ends at 9pm. When You buy tickets, use this code: AYCE.
p.s. speaking of the Metrodome, Farve is a Viking.
**The Texas Rangers offer All You Can Eat Seats in Upper Home Run Porch for every game. Each ticket includes all you can eat grilled chicken sandwiches, hot dogs, nachos, peanuts, popcorn, and soft drinks, served in the air-conditioned grill behind Upper Home Run Porch. Food service begins when the ballpark gates open and ends two hours after the scheduled game time. Individual game tickets are $34 ($39 for premier games), and groups of 20 or more may be purchased for $31 per ticket ($37 for premier games).
**Section 335 has been designated as a non-alcohol section at Rangers Ballpark. No sales; no consumption in 335. Elsewhere, beer sales will be discontinued after the 7th inning and at concession stands after the 8th inning or two and one-half hours subsequent to the start of a single game, whichever occurs first.
**Tailgate parties are permitted in the parking lots of Rangers Ballpark as long as such festivities do not interfere with normal parking procedures or extend into additional spaces. Use of an open flame for cooking or other purposes is prohibited. Outside food companies (other than Sportservice) are not permitted to cater tailgate parties. Parking lots open three hours prior to game time (parking lot opening times are subject to change).
AllYouCanEat, my favorite. At Turner Field the AYCE seats are available in the Golden Moon Casino Pavilion and the Outfield
Pavilion near the Chop House Restaurant. If you're in
the Golden Moon Casino Pavilion you get an all-inclusive menu of
smoked chicken barbeque sandwich, buffalo chicken wings, all beef
franks, baked potato salad, dry roasted salted ballpark peanuts,
popcorn, chocolate chip cookies, Coca-Cola soda products, Dasani water
and draft beer. Prices for the Golden Moon Casino Pavilion AYCE area
range between $65 -$80 depending on the opponent and day of the week.
In the Outfield Pavilion we're talking unlimited hamburgers,
veggie burgers, hot dogs, French fries, nachos, frozen treats,
Coca-Cola soda products (thank you, Atlanta HQ), and water. Prices for the Outfield Pavilion
AYCE area range between $45 -$60 depending on the opponent and day of
All You Can Eat Thursdays are back for 2009! During every Thursday home game, you will sit in our designated All You Can Eat section and enjoy your favorite ballpark fare including unlimited hot dogs, nachos, popcorn, peanuts, soda and water for just $35.
The All You Can Eat concession stand will be located outside Section
433. Fans will be allowed 4 items per person per visit at the All You
Can Eat concession stand. Service will run until the middle of the 7th
inning. You need a wristband which you get at the Customer Service table located at the Upper Concourse adjacent to Section 434 (give them the voucher that comes with your ticket). It's that easy to stuff your face at an Astros game.
Astros Home Opener: April 6th v Cubs at 6:05pm First AllYouCanEat Game: Thursday April 23rd
The Buffalo Bisons want to do their part to keep their city the fattest in New York state. The "All You Can Eat" Pack is Back in 2009...and this year you can choose your games and your food. That's cool. Seriously. You can choose a meal item (hot dog, hamburger, Italian sausage), a snack item (potato chips, popcorn, dessert item) and a soda every time you go to a designated concession stand.
Back by popular demand, the Bisons "All You Can Eat Pack" has been revamped in 2009! Now, fans can create their own 4-Game Pack by choosing from a great menu of games. Pick a fridaynightbash!®, a couple Family Fun Sundays or Fan Appreciation Night...any combination of four games creates a new "All You Can Eat Pack." The best part...each pack is only $85, or just $21.25 a game.
The stands are open one hour before the game until the end of the sixth inning. You can go up as many times as you want.
Stuff Yourself Full with the "All You Can Eat Pack" (that's Bisons language, not mine)
The Third Annual Florida Marlins Ice Cream Festival will take place on August 17th after the Marlins/Cubs game. Edy's Ice Cream will provide a variety of flavors of ice cream for all guests in attendance.
There will be an ice cream eating contest for children at the event. Join Billy The Marlin, the Mermaids, the Manatees, Celebrity Scoopers and more for an afternoon of baseball, ice cream and fun!
Tickets for the contest are $10 which supports the Cornerstones For Kids programs and the ALS Recovery Fund. All tickets must be picked up on August 17th at the ALS Ice Cream Festival table located outside of Gate F at Dolphin Stadium.
Marlins game tickets for August 17th and commemorative caps are also available by calling 305-623-6497, e-mail [email protected] or visit www.cornerstonesforkids.com.
Sunday, August 24th is Lunch Box Day in Syracuse. The Chiefs (triple-A Blue Jays) are giving away 1,000 lunch boxes (crummy picture) to kids age 12 and under. All-You-Can-Eat Munchie Monday
- August 4th Fans can purchase a
package for $20 ($15 for children 12 & younger) that includes a
Reserved Seat game ticket and admission to an All-You-Can-Eat picnic.
Picnic will take place from 6:00pm through the end of the 6th inning.
AYCE items include regular hot dogs, hamburgers, nachos, popcorn,
fountain Coca-Cola products, and ice cream sandwiches
- August 5th Complimentary Level 300 General
Admission tickets are available at Hofmann Hot Haus locations, the
tickets contain a "buy one get one free" hot dog coupon valid at the
stadium for this game
The Gateway Grizzlies are teaming up with Mrs. T’s Pierogies to present the first-ever All You Can Eat night at GCS Ballpark.
All tickets on Wednesday July 2nd will cost $12 and will include a menu of Mrs. T’s Pierogies, hot dog, small popcorn, small nachos, fountain soda and small bottled water. The "free" food will be available through the seventh inning stretch at the main concession stand.
Mrs. T’s Pierogies will offer a buy-one get-one free promotion throughout the entire 2008 season, and the Grizzlies will still honor the special during the July 2nd game.
Grizzlies v River City Rascals at 7:05p<br>SG is reporting not endorsing AYCE</p><p>
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Bear Blvd.<br> Sauget, IL
The Yankees and Mets will play a two-stadium, NY doubleheader this month, making up the postponed 1st game of the '08 Subway Series which was supposed to be played on May 16.
The intra-city rivals will meet at Yankee Stadium for a 2:05p game on Friday, June 27, and then face off in the nightcap at Shea Stadium at 8:10p.
Fans holding paid tickets for the May 16 postponed game may use them for the rescheduled game, or exchange their paid tickets for any regular-season game at Yankee Stadium within 12 months of the postponed game (subject to availability).
Due to limited ticket availability for Yankees home games during the 2008 season, fans have been highly encouraged to use their tickets for the rescheduled date.
As TFMJ says, they don't think they can fill the seats for the afternoon game so here's a great chance to get to the ballpark and see a fun game.
Stay Tuned for Scoreboard Gourmet's Subway Series Concessions Duel