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U-Drive Baseball All-Star Game 7/13-16
U-Drive Baseball All-Star Game 7/13-16

07/13/2014 - 07/16/2014

U-Drive to the Major League Baseball All-Star Game

How would you like to go to the 2014 Major League Baseball All-Star Game?  This year’s game will be play at Target Field, home to the Minnesota Twins!

Photo: Check out Minnesota Twins trips this summer: vs. the Astros in June and vs. the Yankees in July! Go to www.wnax.com and click on the trips page.

There are two ways you can attend the All-Star Game.  The first is to drive yourself, we called it a U-Drive trip.

What you get: 

  • Tickets to the Sunday Taco Bell All-Star Sunday, featuring the All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game.
  • Tickets to the Monday Gatorade All-Star Workout Day ticket featuring the Home Run Derby.
  • Tickets to the Tuesday 85th All-Star Game.
  • (4) T-Mobile All-Star fan Fest tickets
  • Official 2014 MLB All-Star Game Program
  • 3-nights stay at Radisson Hotel Mall of America
  • Full breakfast buffet Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday mornings
  • Shopping/Dinning at Mall of America
  • U-Drive

Here is what we have available:

  • Section 120               $1,999 per person double (2 available)
  • Section 104               $1,799 per person double (2 available)
  • Section 101               $1,599 per person double (6 available)
  • Standing Room        $999 per person double (4 available)

Sign up TODAY and go with WNAX to the 2014 All-Star Game! Call WNAX at 800-843-0089!

Email questions to scrawford@wnax.com !

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