Minor leagues makes fun for everyone

Photo courtesy Kold's Asylum
Photo courtesy Kold's Asylum

Photo courtesy Kold’s Asylum

By Jessye Gentry |Staff Writer|

College students like to go out and have fun, but often times cannot afford to.

The Rancho Cucamonga Quakes baseball team is a great and affordable way to enjoy a night off from school for students who commute to CSUSB from cities like Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario and Upland.

Students can have a fun night out with their friends, family, and on select nights, pets, with tickets starting at just $9.

The Quakes offer different promotional nights that offer great discounts, giveaways and prizes.

The Quakes start off the week on Sundays by giving kids a free Tremor meal and letting them run the bases at the end of the game.

“Social Media Mondays” are for their fans who follow them on Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat or ‘like’ their Facebook page. These fans can participate in on-field contests and win prizes.

On “Healthy RC Recycle Tuesdays,” fans may receive a free club level ticket for every 10 recyclable items brought in.

The Quakes have Bark in the Park on Wednesdays and fans can bring their furry friend to the game.

On Thursdays, the Quakes offer $4 margaritas, premium drafts, wine and champagne, $2 Pepsi products and $3 domestic drafts to celebrate Thirsty Thursdays.

On select Friday home games, they offer Family RV $1 Family Feast Night, which includes $1 hot dogs, Pepsi products, and ice cream sandwiches.

The Quakes end the week by putting on a firework show Saturday nights.

The Quakes, in addition to all the promotional nights, offer giveaways such as bobble heads, hats and team cards.

Visit rcquakes.com for more information on all the exclusive offers.

Coyotes that live in San Bernardino, Riverside and Redlands have the option of going to see an Inland Empire 66ers baseball game.

San Manuel Stadium, the home of the 66ers, is 10 minutes away from the CSUSB campus and is a low cost choice, with tickets starting at $7, for a fun night out with family and friends.

Hatfield Buick GMC sponsors Snack Attack Sunday, which includes offers of $2 hot dogs, $2 popcorn, $2 ice cream sandwiches, and $2 sodas. On Sundays fans can also bring their furry friend with them to the ballpark for Fido Sunday.

The 66ers handout T-shirts on Tuesdays to the fans who attend the game. The shirts will have different themes each week.

Omnitrans Community Connector Wednesdays offer fans two free tickets to the game when they show an Omnitrans bus pass, ticket, or receipt at the 66ers box office.

Budweiser sponsors Thirsty Thursdays, offering $2 Budweiser beer, $4 Hangar 24 pints and $1 sodas.

Toyota and Scion of Redlands’ 50 Cent Friday offer discounts throughout the ballpark, including 50 cent hot dogs, and $2.50 sodas, beers and lawn admission.

For more information visit 66ers.com.



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