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Super Baseball Getaway 7/3-9 2015
Super Baseball Getaway 7/3-9 2015

07/03/2015 - 07/09/2015

Super Baseball Getaway!
This is an AWESOME 7-day, 6-night baseball trip!

July 3 Minnesota Twins at Kansas City Royals TBD
July 4 San Diego Padres at St. Louis Cardinals TBD
July 5 Milwaukee Brewers at Cincinnati Reds TBD
July 6 Atlanta Braves at Milwaukee Brewers 7:10pm
July 7 Toronto Blue Jays at Chicago White Sox TBD
July 8 St. Louis Cardinals at Chicago Cubs 7:05pm
July 9 Detroit Tigers at Minnesota Twins 7:10pm

Included:

  • Motorcoach transportation
  • 6 nights stay
  • Good tickets to 7 games
  • Other features and benefits dependent upon game start times

Awesome pictures from Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Chicago and St. Louis!

More details very soon!

Price: $1.099 per person double; $999 per person triple; $949 per person quad; $1,399 per person single.

If you have questions or would like to book the trip, call 800-843-0089  or email scrawford@wnax.com!

Pictures from previous trips to Chicago

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