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Minnesota Twins vs. New York Yankees 7/25-26 (Bus #1 SOLD OUT Bus #2 FILLING UP)
Minnesota Twins vs. New York Yankees 7/25-26 (Bus #1 SOLD OUT Bus #2 FILLING UP)

07/25/2015 - 07/26/2015

Minnesota Twins vs. New York Yankees at Target Field!

See the Twins battle the Yankees the weekend of July 25-26.  This trip departs from Yankton Saturday morning, picking up along the route and will return home following the game on Sunday.

Included in the trip:

  • Motor coach transportation
  • Overnight stay
  • Lower level tickets to 2 games
  • Brian Dozier Bobble Head Day!

Bus #2

Option #1 Field Box/Club-Skyline Deck tickets $269 per person double; $259 per person triple; $249 per person quad; $309 single.

Option #2 Premium tickets $369 per person double; $359 per person triple; $349 per person quad; $409 single.

Bus #1 (SOLD OUT)

Option #1 Lower level tickets $269 per person double; $259 per person triple; $249 per person quad; $309 single.

Option #2 Premium tickets $369 per person double; $359 per person triple; $349 per person quad; $409 single.

Call 800-843-0089 to book this trip or email scrawford@wnax.com with questions!

 

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