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Indians @ Twins
Indians @ Twins

07/20/2013 - 07/21/2013

Travel with WNAX to Minneapolis to see the Twins take on the Cleveland Indians! On this trip, you get motor coach transportation, overnight stay and tickets to two games!

Option #1: Diamond Box tickets $259 per person double; $249 per person triple; $239 per person quad; $299 per person single

Option #2: Field Box tickets $229 per person double; $219 per person triple; $209 per person quad; $269 per person single

Option #3: Lower Level Outfield tickets $199 per person double; $189 per person triple; $179 per person quad; $229 per person single

Option #4: Mystery tickets $169 per person double; $159 per person triple; $149 per person quad; $209 per person single

***Mystery tickets could be ANY ticket in the stadium

Call Connie at the WNAX Front desk: 800-843-0089 or email ME at scrawford@wnax.com!

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