The Miami Marlins will host a Swing For Your Seats event on Saturday from 3-6 p.m. Fans must RSVP at Marlins.com/Swing for their opportunity at the ultimate batting experience. Those in attendance (18 years and older) who enroll in Marlins Membership for the 2020 season during or in advance of the October 12 event will be eligible to participate in the contest for a chance to have the Marlins cover up to $10,000 of their committed 2020 Membership purchase.
Marlins Membership for the 2020 season starts at only $120 for 10 games; the same introductory price offered for 2019 membership! 2020 prices across all other seat categories and plan types have also been held at 2019 rates to further the organization’s investment in the cost of fan experience following a ticket price reset entering the 2019 season. Marlins Member savings on food & beverage and retail purchases as well as general price initiatives such as the $3 o $5 Menu and a parking rate reset for the 2020 season further affirm Marlins baseball as one of the most affordable entertainment experiences in South Florida.
Fans will also have the opportunity at the October 12 event to take swings in the batting cages, participate in an on-field bunting station, and test out their arms in the bullpen at a speed pitch station. In addition, the Marlins will have food trucks and batting cages on the West Plaza, and family-fun programming in The 5th Base.
For more information, please visit Marlins.com/Swing or call 305-480-2525.
* Hit a Home Run and the Miami Marlins will cover up to $10,000 of your committed 2020 Membership purchase. To participate in the Promotion a person must (a) be of legal age of majority in his/her jurisdiction (and at least 18 years of age); and (b) have purchased a Miami Marlins partial (10-, 19-, or 20-game), half (41-game), or full (78-game) regular season ticket plan for the Miami Marlins 2020 regular season on or before October 12, 2019 at 6:00 PM ET. Limit of one (1) Turn per Participant. The Promotion is subject to all applicable federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations. Void where prohibited. See Official Rules, which govern, for complete details.