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Aces accepting deposits for 2011 season tickets



image001-300x214-5142717-2118281With the second season of baseball in downtown Reno now in the books, the Reno Aces Baseball Club is accepting deposits for 2011 full and partial season tickets.

Fans are welcome to visit www.RenoAces.com now to put down their deposit for 2011 season tickets. The deposit will be applied to the total ticket purchase. Upon submitting the online deposit form, fans will be contacted by a Reno Aces ticket representative to begin the seat selection process.

A $250 non-refundable deposit per order is required to reserve full-season ticket plans. A $150 non-refundable deposit per order is required to reserve partial-season ticket plans.

In 2011, the Aces will continue to cater to their fan base by offering a slew of season-ticket options. Fans can buy a full, 72-game ticket plan in five different pricing categories-starting as low as $576 or just $8 per game.

Additionally, the Aces have formulated a number of partial season ticket plans, in an increasing effort to accommodate a wide demographic of baseball fans in Northern Nevada. Partial plans are available in 36-game, 20-game and 12-game installments. Each is offered in several seating locations and gives the fan the freedom to choose which set of games fits his or her needs.

The Aces will open their 2011 home slate on April 15, and will enjoy home games on Memorial Day, Labor Day and the holiday weekend prior to Independence Day.

For more information on full and partial season ticket plans, please visit www.RenoAces.com or call (775) 334-4700.

The brand-new Freight House District, located just outside Aces Ballpark, is open seven days a week, on both game days and non-game days.

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