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Single-game Indians tickets available Friday


Managing Editor


Single-game tickets are available for purchase starting Friday, May 11, and the Spokane Indians are celebrating with a fun-filled TicketBash at Avista.

The day kicks off at 10 a.m. when fans can pick up full and mini-season ticket packages or secure single game tickets from the Indians Ticket Office.

Single game tickets will also be available for purchase over the phone at 509-343-OTTO (6886) from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and online at TicketsWest.com.

Upper Box single game tickets are available for only $13, while Reserved Bench seats are $6 for adults. Kids Bench Seats are always $5 courtesy of Multicare. Seniors and military members with valid identification can also secure Reserved Bench seats for just $5 -- a price that has remained unchanged for the last 12 years. As always, plenty of free parking will be available at all 38 Spokane Indians home games.

Free hot dogs are available from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. with inflatables, games, mascot appearances and giveaways throughout the day making this the perfect event for the entire family. TicketBash is also the perfect day to stock up on gear for the upcoming season with 18 percent off in-store purchases at the Team Store (excludes Redband merchandise) all-day long.

“We are excited to kick off another season of Spokane Indians Baseball at TicketBash,” said Assistant General Manager Nick Gaebe. “This event is a great opportunity for fans to come to Avista Stadium and secure their tickets to a summer of fun at the ballpark.”

Fans looking to purchase single game tickets can choose from all 38 home games including the biggest promotional nights of the season. There is limited availability for the following games, including Fireworks Nights, which will take place on June 15, June 23, July 4, July 5, July 13, July 27, July 28, Aug. 15, Aug. 24 and Sept. 3. There will be four Yoke’s $1 Family Feast Nights: June 16, June 28, July 25 and Aug. 25.

A pair of “Star Wars Nights” return in 2018. The first is with fireworks on Friday, July 13, followed by round two on Saturday, July 14, with plenty of character appearances.

Plus, Storybook Princess Night is back for a second-straight season, and this time it's with Fireworks on Saturday, June 23. Join us on Thursday, Aug. 16, for Super Hero Night & Lawton Team Photo Giveaway. Plus, get your wands and broomsticks ready for Friday, July 6, for the return of “Harry Potter Night. “

Ticket packages, which include many of the games listed above, are available now and start at just $70 for a seven-game plan.
For more information about TicketBash or to purchase season tickets, call the Spokane Indians Ticket Office at 343-OTTO (6886) or email tickets@spokaneindians.com.

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