Count me in also as someone who would have loved to have been at that gameMickeyP said:I saw some guy on ebay was selling 2 adult tkts. that he said he got as a freebie at a Hershey Bears game. I'd like to have gone to that game. I think everyone in attendance got them that night.
Matt'sMom said:You can also buy HP discounted tickets via AAA.
Just as a tip for next year (this may or may not be useful for your family)...
If you will be at the park more than two or three days within a year, it is probably worth while to purchase an Annual Pass for Hershey Park. When purchased in advance (we're talking c. December of the year before you will use them), the APs are discounted quite a bit compared to their in-season prices. With the AP you will receive admission on all 'regular' days of park operation, free admission to Zoo America, free parking, and discounts off of almost all of your in park purchases (food and merchandise). They include a coupon book of discounts & coupons for use at other area attractions too. This year, as AP holders, we were also recently given the option to purchase a special events add-on, at a steep discount (just $25), which gets us into any of the seasonal events for an unlimited number of visits (Springtime in the Park, Hershey Park in the Dark, and Candy Lane).
FYI-- Every year the Bears have at least 1 or 2 games where everyone in attendance gets a free Hersheypark pass. These tickets need to be used by July 4th. They sell out these games so plan for next year.MickeyP said:I saw some guy on ebay was selling 2 adult tkts. that he said he got as a freebie at a Hershey Bears game. I'd like to have gone to that game. I think everyone in attendance got them that night.
When the schedule is posted in the fall, look under promotions for Hersheypark pass night. They are always a Wednesday evening. Also call their box office instead of ticketmaster for tickets. You will get much better seats & not pay the high ticketmaster charges.MickeyP said:How can we find out which games they will be?