GRAND CHUTE - The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers have announced their 2014 schedule and invite fans to a Select Your Seat event at Time Warner Cable Field at Fox Cities Stadium on Wednesday, September 25. Fans looking to renew their ticket packages for next season or purchase a new ticket package for 2014 may do so at that time. But, there will be much more going on that night as the team prepares for next season.
The Timber Rattlers are scheduled to play 70 home games and 70 road games again in 2014. Wisconsin starts their 2014 campaign with a four game series against the Peoria Chiefs at home. Opening Night for 2014 is Thursday, April 3 with a first pitch scheduled for 6:35 p.m.
You may see the entire 2014 schedule at timberrattlers.com.
Time Warner Cable Field at Fox Cities Stadium will open from 4:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m, on Wednesday, September 25 for the Select Your Seat event.
Ticket packages are available in seven and ten game mini-packs along with half-season and full-season options and start as low as $49. Packages are available for the same seating options - box, reserved, All-You-Can-Eat, and Patio Tables - as last year.
Options for packages include: Office Escape, Souvenir Seven, Buck Night, Weekend, and Weekday.
Individual tickets for games during the 2014 season are not available at this time. But, fans may contact the Timber Rattlers ticket office for information about full-season and partial season ticket packages. Groups of 20 or more may also reserve their spots for any game during next season.
Ticket packages and group outings for 2014 may be purchased over the phone at (920) 733-4152 or 800-WI-TIMBER or in person at the Timber Rattlers Box Office. Box Office hours are Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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