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Aces announce home game times, new partial plan options

By ThisIsReno

SUBMITTED NEWS RELEASE

The Reno Aces Baseball Club has revealed its game times for the 2011 season at Aces Ballpark, and also debuted several new partial season ticket plans for the upcoming season.

In an effort to accommodate a wide demographic of baseball fans in Northern Nevada, the Aces will feature a mix of traditional 6:05 p.m. and 7:05 p.m. night-game start times in 2011. Next season’s slate will also include seven mid-week day games, including a  pair of 11:35 a.m. Education Days and a 1:05 p.m. start time on Memorial Day and Labor Day. Aces Ballpark will also feature seven Sunday matinee games in the 2011 campaign.

With the issuing of home game times, the Aces today also unveiled a slew of partial-season ticket plans to complement the traditional 72-game full season ticket plans. Fans can choose from two different 36-game set plans, three different 20-gameset plans or four different 12-game set plans. Additionally, the Aces will offer a 20-game and 12-game freedom plan in 2011, allowing fans to choose the games they want to attend.

Aces 36-game plans start at just $306, while 20-game plans are available for as low as $170 and 12-game plans are being offered for just $102. Pricing, seat selection and schedule-plan details are available at www.RenoAces.com, and each partial season ticket holder will receive season-long personal assistance from an Aces client services representative.

All full and partial season-ticket plans are on sale now.  $150 deposits are being accepted to be placed on the seat selection list.

For more information, please visit www.RenoAces.com or call (775) 334-4700.

The brand-new Freight House District, located just outside Aces Ballpark, is open throughout the offseason with special events, concerts and daily specials. For more information on the Freight House District, please visit www.freighthouse.com.

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