Originally written on Oriole Post  |  Last updated 11/14/14

From the good folks at the Baltimore Orioles... 

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 Due to an overwhelming response and positive fan feedback, the Orioles have extended throwback pricing for select locations during the Orioles’ series against the Toronto Blue Jays, September 24-26. The promotion celebrates the team’s push for the postseason in this 20th Anniversary season of Oriole Park at Camden Yards and a continuing effort to encourage fans to “BUCKle Up!” and Back the Birds.

For all three games of the series (including the single-admission doubleheader on September 24), Eutaw Street Bleacher seats are $4.00 (regularly $19) and all Left Field Lower Box seats are just $8.00 (regularly $32) while supplies last. Fans can take advantage of this 75% discount online at www.orioles.com/buckleup or by stopping by the Oriole Park Box Office.

Fans who already purchased regularly priced seats in the Eutaw Street Bleachers or Left Field Lower Box will receive a refund for the difference in ticket value. A refund check will be automatically issued, and fans should allow up to four weeks for processing and delivery.

Orioles fans are encouraged to utilize the hashtag #BUCKleUp throughout the remainder of the season to promote the Orioles’ push for the postseason.

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