JACKSONVILLE – 121 Financial Credit Union, the official credit union of the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp, is offering buy one, get one digital ticket packages from March 13-18 for the 2023 Jumbo …
JACKSONVILLE – 121 Financial Credit Union, the official credit union of the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp, is offering buy one, get one digital ticket packages from March 13-18 for the 2023 Jumbo Shrimp season.
Visitors to any of 121 Financial Credit Union’s eight local branches who purchase a 10-game digital voucher packet will receive an additional 10-game digital voucher packet for 20 vouchers. The voucher packet is $195 instead of $390 for two sets of 10-game packages.
The credit union will also enter everyone who purchases a voucher packet into a drawing to win access for as many as 20 people to the credit union’s private Skybox Suite for one game this season.
“We are thrilled to exclusively offer this great ticket deal again this year to our members and the public,” said David Marovich, chief executive officer for 121 Financial Credit Union. “Last year nearly set a record for attendance at 121 Financial Ballpark, and we are excited about this year’s Jumbo Shrimp season and all of the great promotions and games the minor league baseball team has scheduled. Thirsty Thursday has never been better!”
The 20 digital ticket vouchers are redeemable for any game during the 2023 Jumbo Shrimp season with no blackout dates. There is no limit on voucher use per game, meaning voucher holders can use as many as they want. There are no added taxes or additional fees.
Ticket packages must be purchased in person at any 121 Financial Credit Union branch location, including 1714 Blanding Blvd. in Middleburg. Credit union membership is not required.
Tickets will be delivered digitally by the Jumbo Shrimp the week of March 20 using the team’s new digital ticketing system, which requires an email login from fans.
The credit union will enter each ticket packet holder into the Private Skybox Suite drawing, with the winner announced on March 20 live on the credit union’s Facebook page.
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