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Tuesday begins chance to purchase Opening Day Brewers TicketsSubmitted: 01/21/2013
Tuesday begins chance to purchase Opening Day Brewers Tickets
MILWAUKEE - The Milwaukee Brewers announced Monday fans will have the chance to purchase tickets to opening day at Miller Park and other Gold and Marquee Games prior to the sale of individual tickets.

Beginning Tuesday, Jan. 22 and running through Monday, Feb. 11, fans can go to Brewers.com and register for the opportunity to purchase up to four tickets to opening day. Opening day is on Monday, April 1 against the Colorado Rockies. Due to limited number of tickets available, the opportunity includes single seats, standing room only and some obstructed view seats. In addition, fans can register for a maximum of eight tickets to Gold and Marquee Games at Miller Park.


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