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Bells to host WCL Division playoff, tickets on sale now

Bells to host WCL Division playoff, tickets on sale now

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The Bellingham Bells are pleased to announce that Bellingham will host a playoff game in the 2014 West Coast League Division Series, and that tickets are now on sale.

The Bells, who have clinched the WCL West Division championship, will face the qualified team who is the closest geographically in the first round of the playoffs and will host a playoff game at Joe Martin Field on Tuesday, August 12 or Wednesday, August 13. The division series is a best of 3 game series.

The team with the better overall record will host games on Wednesday, August 13 and Thursday, August 14 (if necessary), while the team with the lesser record will play host to the first game of the series on Tuesday, August 12.

Fans who wish to purchase playoff tickets may do so by visiting http://bellstowne.bigcartel.com/category/tickets and purchasing a voucher that will be valid for the home playoff game, or by calling the Bells office at 360-527-1035.  Inventory is limited for this game and tickets will be limited to the first 3,000 sold.

In an effort to provide a great fan experience and a memorable night at the ballpark for all, please take note of the following details for the home playoff game:

TICKETS

· Only 3,000 tickets are available.  They can be purchased online at http://bellstowne.bigcartel.com/category/tickets or by calling the Bells Ticket Office at 360-527-1035.

·General Admission Tickets ($6) will be available at any of the tables located in the grass area to the right of the Joe Martin Field ticket office.  Cash is encouraged, but credit/debit cards will also be accepted.

·Reserved Seating Tickets ($8 or $11) will be available at the Joe Martin Field ticket office.  Grandstand Reserved seating will be open seating (first come, first serve) anywhere in the grandstand reserved section.

·All online orders can be picked up at will call, which will be located to the left of the Joe Martin Field ticket office.

·The Bells are expecting a large crowd that night, therefore to avoid any long lines, it is best to purchase your ticket early, and pick it up prior to game day.

STADIUM INFORMATION

· Concessions will be limited, but food trucks will be available in the grass area down the third base line.  Please bring cash for dining at food trucks.

· Gates will open at 5:00 p.m. Please arrive early to ensure entry into the ballpark for the beginning of the game.

“We are thrilled with the opportunity to host a home playoff game,” said Bells general manager Nick Caples.  “We are looking forward to sharing this experience with the entire Whatcom and Skagit County communities and we look forward to a fun and special night at the ballpark.”

For more information or questions about the WCL Division Series Playoff Game at Joe Martin Field, please call the Bells Front Office at 360-527-1035.

-Bellingham Bells-

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