12/11/2013 11:37 A.M. ET
White Sox offer a variety of ticket packages in time for the holidays
Holiday Packs and Pick 14 Plans on Sale Now; Pick 7 Plans Go on Sale Today
By / MLB.com
The Chicago White Sox are offering a number of ticket packages that make an ideal gift for any White Sox fan. Holiday Packs and Pick 14 plans are on sale now, while Pick 7 plans go on sale today at 1 p.m. CT.
Holiday Packs offer fans the opportunity to purchase ticket vouchers redeemable for any of 65 select games during the 2014 season. The Holiday Packs allow the recipient to pick the games they wish to attend and start at just $44. All Holiday Pack orders are shipped with a decorative card and those placed by noon on Wednesday, December 18 will be mailed on the same day and should arrive prior to Wednesday, December 25.
The Pick 14 Plan also is available for the 2014 season. This flexible 14-game plan offers savings off 2014 individual game ticket prices, begins as low as $121 per seat and features tickets to two or more games per month, plus Opening Day and one Crosstown Cup game vs. the Cubs.
Pick 7 packages go on sale today at 1 p.m. and include tickets to one game a month plus Opening Day or one Crosstown Cup game vs. the Cubs. Prices for the Pick 7 plan start as low as $55 per seat.
Great seats are also available for Full Season ticket plans and both 27-game Split Season plans. Split Season plans start as low as $191 per seat, and Full Season plans start at just $616 per seat. All of these packages can be purchased at whitesox.com or by calling (312) 674-1000.
White Sox Gift Cards, which make the perfect stocking stuffer, also are available at Chicago Sports Depot as well as any local Jewel and Dominick's. White Sox gift cards are valid toward the purchase of tickets at the ballpark box office as well as merchandise purchased at Chicago Sports Depot, during White Sox home games in the gift shop located behind home plate on the main concourse, the 500 Level gift shop and all permanent concession stands on the 100 and 500 levels.
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