For $250, Ballpark of Palm Beaches offers early priority to buy season tickets

It will still be several months before tickets go on sale for the inaugural season at The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches, but fans can secure first priority by signing up for the exclusive Founder’s Club program.

Latest rendering of the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches

Latest rendering of the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches

For $250, fans receive first right to reserve seats when season tickets become available this fall for the 2017 season of the new West Palm Beach home of the Houston Astros and Washington Nationals.

They’ll also be locked in to season ticket prices for the first two seasons.

There’s a limit a four tickets per membership and the $250 fee does not count as a seat deposit.

But the offer does include permanent name recognition on Founder’s Club signs located on the stadium concourse and a small personalized memento recognizing the Founder’s Club membership.

And members will get to take an exclusive tour of the ballpark just before it opens, which is scheduled for January.

Applications can be found at www.BallparkPalmBeaches.com. The website page has a Founder’s Club link to download. All submissions should be sent to Info@BallparkPalmBeaches.com or by Fax: 561.408.0723.

Brady Ballard, general manager for The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches

Brady Ballard, general manager for The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches

Future announcements regarding ticket availability, job opportunities and the 2017 Spring Training schedule will be posted this Fall on @BPPalmBeaches Facebook and Twitter. All inquiries should be directed to http://www.BallparkPalmBeaches.com and can be addressed to Info@BallparkPalmBeaches.com.

Season tickets will be made available sometime in the fall, said Brady Ballard, general manager of the $144 million stadium south of 45th Street between Haverhill Road and Military Trail.

“We are building our seat manifest and working with our newly hired ticket software partner,” he said.

“We also await the 2017 spring training schedule.  Ticket prices will be announced much closer to the availability date.”

 

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