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Update: We're hoping to have an "OH Orange Out" in section 8. Please try and wearing an orange shirt or sweatshirt on WEdnesday night if you are sitting with us in Section 8. We're hoping to orange out the section! Please spread the word to the folks that you are bringing! Thanks.

We'll also have name tags where you can put your handle and your real name on your shirt so everyone can know who you are. Come see me at Pickels pregame until about 6:45 or around row 10 in the section when you get to your seats!

Lastly, take lots of pictures of you and your fellow Hangouters. I know I plan on getting a shot with weams/frobby/drungo together. ;) We'll post them in it's own thread that we will create right before the game!

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We just finished up a conversation with the Orioles and I'm excited to announce our best Hangout night special ever! The Orioles want to make sure their diehard fans here at the Hangout are taken care of so on Wednesday, September 12th vs the Tampa Bay Rays, they will be offering 1992 pricing on tickets in section 8. That's right $13 tickets for seats that go for $45. You will not sit closer to the field for cheaper unless someone is giving you free tickets.

Everyone is invited so bring your family, friends, and co-workers and let them know of this great offer as we help fill Camden Yards with die-hard Orioles fans as the Orioles march towards the playoffs this September!

There will be no official pre-game but some of us plan to start over at Pickels before the game so come over and stop by and say hi!

Many thanks to Greg Bader for getting this to happen quickly.

Here's the details!

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ORIOLES HANGOUT'S BUCKLEUP THROWBACK PRICING

Wednesday, September 12th at 7:05 p.m. vs. Tampa Bay Rays

Lower Box: $13* (reg. $45) Section 8

FOLLOW THE STEPS BELOW TO PURCHASE TICKETS:

1. Click on the link https://oss.ticketmaster.com/html/go.htmI?l=EN&t=orioles&o=12381301&g=3864

2. Enter the Special Offer Code: HANGOUT

(do not enter email address here)

3. Create or log in to your Baltimore Orioles Ticketmaster account

4. Select the quantity and price

5. Purchase and print your tickets

Tickets are not eligible for re-sale.

*There is a 10% service charge per ticket.

For any questions or accessible seating, please contact Megan O'Leary at moleary@orioles.com

ROLL CALL

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We just finished up a conversation with the Orioles and I'm exciting to announce our best Hangout night special ever! The Orioles want to make sure their diehard fans here at the Hangout are taken care of so on Wednesday, September 12th vs the Tampa Bay Rays, they will be offering 1992 pricing on tickets in section 8. That's right $13 tickets for seats that go for $45. You will not sit closer to the field for cheaper unless someone is giving you free tickets.

We'll be given a code very shortly that will allow you to purchase these seats at the special discount rate so hold on until we get all the details. Everyone is invited so bring your family, friends, and co-workers and let them know of this great offer as we help fill Camden Yards with die-hard Orioles fans as the Orioles march towards the playoffs this September!

There will be no official pre-game but some of us plan to start over at Pickels before the game so come over and stop by and say hi!

Many thanks to Greg Bader for getting this to happen quickly.

When: Wednesday September 12, 2012

Tickets: $13 in section 8 (regularly $45)

Discount code coming shortly!

Fantastic Tony. So glad to see this. Thank you so much Tony and Greg.

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I might have to fly down for this!

Just found round trip tickets on Southwest for 133 bucks!

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I might have to fly down for this!

Just found round trip tickets on Southwest for 133 bucks!

I would love for you to show up.

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Do I detect a note of sarcasm?

I personally think it is a nice way for the O's to rewards some of their most faithful and die-hard fans. Have to admit it can be rough remaining loyal to a team that has lost for a decade and a half.

WTG Tony and Greg. Now to figure out if I can get to Baltimore.

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