Albuquerque Isotopes Combo Plan Tickets

February 16, 2012 by  
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This Albuquerque Isotopes ticket combo plan for the 2012 season hits a home run with savings of 25%.

The Isotopes ticket Combo Plan gives you a package of 16 undated ticket vouchers plus $56 worth of Baseball Bucks to spend on food, drink, and merchandise at Isotopes Park concessions and in the Isotopes Park Pro Shop. 

The 16 ticket vouchers can be used any which way you want – 16 baseball buddies all going to one game, or you can go by your own  sweet self to 16 different games. (Wouldn’t that be a bit lonely though? Go on, treat a friend!) Or you can redeem them in any other permutation. The package is good for home games during the 2012 season, including fireworks games, and offers savings of over 25%, with prices varying by seating level:

  • Reserved Level: $197
  • Box Level: $225
  • Club Level: $360

There are quite a few ways to think about the savings on this ‘Topes deal. I’ve tried calculating several of them and have now given myself quite the headache.

For the cheaper Reserved Level tickets, single tickets on the day of the game cost $13.  So 16 x $13 + $56 in Baseball bucks = a package value of $264. At the promo price of $197, you’re saving just over 25%.

Even with advance purchase Reserved Level tickets at $11 each, the 16 tickets alone would tally up to $176, so you’re basically getting $21 worth of Baseball bucks free!

To help you do your own math:

  • Box Level tickets on the day of the game are $15, advance purchase $13. (Giving a total value of $264 – $296 for the package price of $225)
  • Club Level tickets on the day of the game are $25, advance purchase $23. (Giving a total value of $424 – $456 for the package price of $360.)

There’s also an Isotopes ticket combo plan for 22 tickets including the $56 worth of Baseball Bucks. I’m not going to calculate all the savings on those or my brain will combust. They’re good value. ‘Nuff said!

Albuquerque Isotopes Park is located at 1601 Avenida Cesar Chavez SE.



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