Reds fans will have a chance to guarantee their seats to Opening Day with the purchase of a 10-game PowerPack that goes on sale Saturday at 9 a.m.
"It includes Opening Day and Opening Night and eight other weekend games. Five of those nights have fireworks so a lot of them are Friday fireworks nights and at least another four, the nights are on good weekend games with giveaways," said Phil Castellini, the Cincinnati Reds Chief Operating Officer. "It's a great package."
The tickets can only be purchased at Reds.com. The games run from April through September. A limited number of packages are available and they do not include post season ticket options.
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