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What to know if you go to see Tim Tebow vs. Tampa Yankees, Clearwater Threshers

>>TEBOW: if you go

vs. Tampa Yankees

Steinbrenner Field, 1 Steinbrenner Drive

Tickets: Starting at $5. Available at box office and


7 tonight

Promotion: Thirsty Thursday, 16-ounce draft Budweiser or Bud Light for $3 and 12-ounce fountain drinks for $1 from 6:30-8:30.

7 Friday

Promotion: Wing Deal Friday, $10 all-you-can-eat chicken wings from 6:30-8:30.

6:30 Saturday

Promotion: Blue's Back to School Party. First 1,000 children 14 and younger get a drawstring bag. Expect postgame fireworks. Also, Salute to Service Members Saturday. All military personnel receive free upper reserved ticket with valid ID. Player autographs on the concourse for military members from 5:40-6.

1 Sunday

Promotion: Kids Funday Sunday. Children 14 and under get half-price kids meal and can run the bases after the game.

vs. Clearwater Threshers

Spectrum Field, 601 Old Coachman Road

Tickets: Starting at $6. Available at box office and


7 Monday

Promotion: Tim Tebow's 30th Birthday Party, cake and more, including the ZOOperstars! Also, Pizza Fest Feeding Frenzy; $14 ticket includes access to pizza samples from local restaurants.

7 Tuesday

Promotion: Dollar Tuesday, dollar berm tickets available walk-up plus $1 hot dogs, 12-ounce draft beers, 16-ounce soft drinks, popcorn, peanuts, ice cream sandwiches and more.

7 aug. 16

Promotion: Silver Sharks, free admission for club members (open to adults 55 and older; membership fee is $20).

7 aug. 17

Promotion: Taps and Tacos, 16 local craft beers on tap near the Tijuana Flats kiosk on the concourse along the third-base line.

What to know if you go to see Tim Tebow vs. Tampa Yankees, Clearwater Threshers 08/09/17 [Last modified: Wednesday, August 9, 2017 10:48pm]
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