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U-Drive Three-For-All!                                              Twins-Timberwolves-Wild Combo Trip 4/8-10
U-Drive Three-For-All! Twins-Timberwolves-Wild Combo Trip 4/8-10

04/08/2014 - 04/10/2014

This is a U-Drive…………… we provide the tickets and accommodations and YOU drive!

This is the ULTIMATE combo trip! 
We’re calling it the “Three-For-All”!

You’ll see the Minnesota Twins (twice), the Minnesota Timberwolves & Minnesota Wild in just ONE trip to the Twin Cities!

Tuesday       April 8th — Boston Bruins vs. Wild at 7pm
Wednesday  April 9th — Oakland A’s vs. Twins at 12:10pm
Chicago Bulls vs. Timberwolves at 7pm
Thursday     April 10th — Oakland A’s vs. Twins at 12:10pm!

Included in the trip:

  • 2 nights stay at Comfort Inn — Mall of America
  • Hot breakfast both mornings
  • Upper level seating for Twins, lower level sideline seating for Wild & Timberwolves! (Add $60 per person if you would like lower level Field Box Twins seating)

Go on this 4-game, 3-day, 2-night trip for just $329 per person double; $299 per person triple; $289 per person quad; $419 per person single!

Call 800-843-0089 or email scrawford@wnax.com with questions or to sign up!

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