Dbacks offering discounts for spring training tickets - Tucson News Now

Arizona Diamondbacks offering discounts for spring training tickets

By Van Nguyen - email 

TUCSON, AZ (KOLD) — The Arizona Diamondbacks announced Sunday that Pima County residents will be able to receive 50 percent off single-game ticket prices to all D-backs' Cactus League games at the club's new Spring Training facility on Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community land beginning next year.

Details on how to purchase the half-price tickets will be announced prior to next spring.

The D-backs also announced that Tucson Electric Park Spring Training season-ticket holders will receive top priority to purchase season tickets at the new facility in 2011.

The D-backs and Colorado Rockies will share their new 140-acre multipurpose facility that will be the first professional sports facility built in Indian land in the United States.

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