2004-04-23 / Sports

Cyclones Opening Day Tickets Go On Sale

Cyclones Opening Day Tickets Go On Sale

Opening Day and other single game tickets for the Brooklyn Cyclones’ 2004 season will go on sale at 9 AM on Sunday, April 25th. Fans can get their tickets in person at KeySpan Park or by calling the Shea Stadium box office at 718-507-TIXX (8499)

Ticket pricing for the 2004 season will be $10 & $12, $5 for bleacher seats. The Cyclones are replacing the bleacher seats in sections 17-24 with bucket seats making the whole "bowl" either Field Box or Box Seats.  The outfield bleacher seats will remain the same.

The Cyclones expect their 2004 home opener against the Hudson Valley Renegades on June 22nd to sell out quickly. Fans will be limited to eight tickets per person for the Opening Day game. In addition, promotional nights such as Ladies Night and One Millionth Fan Night are sure to be popular games.

Due to popular demand, Cyclones have increased the number of seats they will reserve for day of game sales to 500 seats to accommodate fans that are unable to purchase tickets in advance.

Fans can also purchase tickets to New York Mets home games at the KeySpan Park box office. Non-refundable service charges will apply for all phone and Internet orders.

The Brooklyn Cyclones will play 38 home games including six with the Staten Island Yankees. As in the past, weeknight games will start at 7 p.m., Saturday at 6 p.m. and Sunday at 5 p.m. The schedule also includes day games on July 4th and July 14th to accommodate camps and senior groups. For the full schedule visit the Cyclones’ website at www.brooklyncyclones.com.

Box-office hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Season tickets and mini-plans for 2004 are still available by calling 718-449-TIXS (8497), by visiting the team’s website at www.brooklyncyclones.com.


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