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Softball announces promotions for the 2009 home season

February 25, 2009

The 2009 Arizona State University Softball home season will feature many promotions, including discounts for groups, a Pink-Out/Breast Cancer Awareness game, Junior Sun Devil Club Day, Buy One Get One Free Sundays, and a post-game concert. In addition to these promotions, high school day, scout day, International/Multicultural night, and Sparky's Kids to College game night highlight this season's community outreach initiatives. After every Friday and Saturday game, fans will have the opportunity to meet, take pictures, and receive autographs from team members. Additionally, youth in attendance may run the bases at the conclusion of Sunday afternoon games.

Groups of 15 or more will receive $3 admission per person at any home non-tournament game this season. Fans may pre-order group tickets and receive exclusive group benefits including team posters, autographs, locker room tours, a chance to participate in a game-day promotion, and take the field with the ASU team during the National Anthem. Group tickets can be purchased by calling 480-727-0000 or by completing the Group Ticket form.

Great season tickets are still available for the 2009 season. Season tickets start at just $99 and include entrance to all ASU's home games, all tournament games played at Farrington Stadium, and the classic Duel in the Desert match-up with the University of Arizona. Fans may purchase their season tickets by calling 480-727-0000 or by completing the Season Ticket form.

The only way to secure a field level or reserved seat for the Duel in the Desert is by purchasing a Season Ticket or Mini-Pack. Mini-Pack options include a 3-Game Pack or a Pac-10 Pack and start at just $21. Mini-Packs may be purchased by calling 480-727-0000.

To access all ASU Softball promotional information, including game specific fliers and giveaways as well as a schedule of events, please visit the Softball page on and click on the links on the right side of the page.