Pirates announce Holiday Six-Pack plans to go on sale for “Black Friday”

Pittsburgh Pirates general manager Neal Huntington listens to a question from a reporter during baseball's annual general managers meeting Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016, in Scottsdale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

Pittsburgh Pirates general manager Neal Huntington listens to a question from a reporter during baseball's annual general managers meeting Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016, in Scottsdale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

PITTSBURGH–As a start to the 2016 holiday season, the Pittsburgh Pirates have announced the on-sale of their 412 Pirates Holiday Six-Pack. The Pirates have proudly partnered with the Pittsburgh-based specialty retail and lifestyle brand Shop 412 on the 2017 Holiday Six-Pack, the perfect gift for the Pirates fan on everyone’s list.

As part of this collaboration, each individual ticket package will include a specially designed 412 and Pirates branded water bottle as the perfect gift for under the tree. As a special bonus, fans purchasing the 2017 Holiday Six-Packs will receive one additional water bottle per transaction as a holiday gift from the Pirates and 412. That means, those who purchase two Holiday Six-Pack plans will receive three water bottles at no additional cost.

This marks the first opportunity fans have to secure their seats for the most high-demand games of 2017, such as interleague matchups with the New York Yankees (Friday, April 21 thru Sunday, April 23), Detroit Tigers (Monday, August 7 and Tuesday, August 8) and Baltimore Orioles (Tuesday, September 27 and Wednesday, September 28). The Yankees will be making just their second trip to PNC Park since the ballpark opened in 2001. The 412 Pirates Holiday Six-Pack ticket plans will go on sale to the general public at 6 a.m. “Black Friday” (Friday, November 25) at pirates.com/holiday and will be available throughout the holiday season. In addition to the water bottles, all fans who purchase their 2017 Holiday Six-Pack plan by 11:59 p.m. on “Black Friday” will receive a special bonus of $5 in Loaded Value per ticket in each plan at no extra cost, a $30 value per pack. Loaded Value is value added directly to tickets to be used at concessions or merchandising kiosks throughout PNC Park.

Holiday Six Pack plans are priced as low as $114 and each package offers the ultimate flexibility as fans are able to build their own plans and select from all games throughout the 2017 season (excluding Opening Day). Fans are now afforded the opportunity to choose any combination of Gold Games, Black Games and White games from the 2017 schedule. Prices for packages will vary as tickets are priced individually per seating category and based on the three-tier pricing system* and all ticketing fees apply. All plans and pricing are subject to availability. Ticket plan pricing starts as low as: Field Level as low as $150, Outfield Bleachers as low as $126, Upper Level as low as $114.

Fans are encouraged to buy their 412 Pirates Holiday Six Packs early as tickets are subject to the 2017 Dynamic Pricing model and pricing may change based on demand for certain games. In addition, fans who purchase early will have a presale opportunity for Opening Day 2017 tickets prior to the general public individual on-sale date.

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For more information on Pirates Holiday Six Pack, presented by 412, visit pirates.com/holiday or call 1-800- BUY-BUCS. For more information on Shop412, please visit their brand website at shopfouronetwo.com.

Media requesting additional information can contact Terry Rodgers, Pirates Manager of Communications, at Terry.Rodgers@pirates.com.

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* The Pirates utilize a three-tier based pricing system that assigns specific value-pricing to select game such as a “Gold” designation on Friday and Saturday games and other popular match-ups. Some Sunday games are designated as “Black” Games and will be priced lower than the “Gold” games. All remaining home games are designated as “White” Games, where fans enjoy the greatest value, with the exception of Opening Day, which has a stand-alone designation.

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