Found October 23, 2013 on Redlegs Review:
As fans of the Reds, who have been attending games at Great American Ball Park since its inaugural season in 2003, we have become very accustomed to all of the amenities and features the stadium has to offer.However, like anything in life, we don't know everything there is to know about the home of the Reds, and that is why I'm recommending you guys to check out this site called Ballpark E-Guides, which boasts in-depth stadium guides for 16 parks around Major League Baseball, including our beloved Redlegs, of course.For just $5, you can purchase a detailed 36-page guide online of Great American Ball Park, which is stuffed full of information about tickets, seating, transportation, food, history, and perhaps most importantly, vital tips designed to save you money on your next trip to the stadium.Seriously, for just five bucks, or the cost of a footlong sub at Subway, you can get access to some information that may enhance the experience of your next Reds home game.
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