2/20/2013 3:47 P.M. ET
"Dynamic Deals of the Week" promotion returns in 2013
First Deal Offers Savings for Opening Series
By / MLB.com
KANSAS CITY, MO (February 20, 2013) - The Kansas City Royals today announced an expanded "Dynamic Deals of the Week" promotion for the 2013 season, beginning with special ticket values for the opening home series vs. Minnesota.
Outstanding online ticket savings will be highlighted each Monday throughout the season as part of the "Dynamic Deals of the Week" promotion. Fans can sign up to receive a weekly Royals Ticket Guide e-mail at royals.com, which will outline that week's Dynamic Deal. Fans can also learn about Dynamic Deals by following the Royals on Facebook (facebook.com/royals) and Twitter (@Royals). For a full listing of all fan-friendly ticket values for the 2013 season, visit royals.com/fanvalue.
The first Dynamic Deal of 2013 features savings for the April 9 and 10 games against Minnesota. Hy-Vee Infield seats for these games are available for $13 (a savings of $8) while Outfield Box seats are $23 (a savings of $6). Tickets for the Dynamic Deals promotion can be purchased at royals.com/dynamicdeals.
The "Dynamic Deals of the Week" promotion is part of the dynamic pricing system, which provides fans with outstanding ticket savings. This season, the Royals have joined a number of other MLB franchises in expanding its dynamic pricing structure to all 81 home games. The Royals will establish ticket prices for each game and adjust the price on a game-by-game basis based on a variety of market conditions such as team performance, opponent, pitching matchup, weather and day of the week.
In addition to single-game tickets, season ticket packages are currently available at royals.com and by calling (816) 504-4040, option 2.
Fans can guarantee Opening Day tickets with the purchase of a Full Season or Half Season plan. Smaller partial plans, including a Pick 15 Plan that starts at just $165, are also available to fit any budget (while supplies last).
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