All-You-Can-Eat Seats Debut
We’ve been promoting the best deal in baseball for about…umm…three weeks and finally – finally! – it is here! So, grab your fork and knife, along with a napkin (sure it’s a ballgame, but a napkin won’t kill you!), and join in on the eatin’ in the Royals All-You-Can-Eat Seats at Kauffman Stadium!
Debuting for tonight’s series opener against the Chicago White Sox, the All-You-Can-Eat Seats (AYCE Seats) give Royals fans an opportunity to drop one lump-sum but eat until they can’t eat any more – or until two hours after the scheduled first pitch time (sorry, limits are necessary at times!). That’s unlimited hot dogs, nachos, peanuts, popcorn and Pepsi products as soon as the gates open.
But, we really hope you already have your AYCE Seats tickets for tonight’s game…we sold out more than a week ago. Don’t fret, though, because the AYCE Seats are available Saturday night, Tuesday night, Wednesday night, next Friday, July 6, and next Saturday, July 7, of this homestand. That’s five more opportunities to get the most bang – or hot dog! – for your buck!
And, just how big of a “buck” are we talking? Buy your advance tickets either online at royals.com/allyoucaneat, by calling (816) 504-4040 or by visiting the Kauffman Stadium ticket windows for only $35. On the day of the game, the AYCE Seats tickets are $40. Or, grab 20 of your closest friends – or even complete strangers for all we know – and purchase tickets for the AYCE Seats through our Group Sales department at $25 per person. That’s not a typo. It’s really only $25.
Here are some more logistics if you aren’t convinced enough already: the All-You-Can-Eat Seats are in the covered Club Level Seats – sections 232, 234, 236, 238 – along the first base line and will be offered for Friday and Saturday night home games starting Friday, June 29. Including July 3-4, the promotion is also available when the New York Yankees come to town on July 23-26 and Sept. 7-9. Order your tickets or get more information here.
The Royals at home, beautiful weather, enough Pepsi products to keep you running to the bathroom in every half-inning and more hot dogs than you ever thought you could eat – now that’s baseball!