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What are the odds of getting ahold of two OD tickets fir a non plan holder?

1:1 if you go to stubhub. I got some standing room only seats a couple years ago from the Orioles site. I wouldn't do that again as the view is awful.

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Non-existent. Unless you pay $125 a ticket on stub-hub.[

I have gone for the past 10 years and never paid more than $100. Many options....

My advice: many bars have packages that includes a bus and food with the ticket, book early.

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Do restaurants/bars still have deals going on? Last year, Hooters did all you can eat / drink before the game plus an upper deck ticket for $X. Or are they all sold out already?

Exactly: Hooters is a good one, I don't believe tickets went on sale yet.

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Usually the bars have these packages for sale by now but they don't. I'm thinking that since they are playing Boston this year and there is a much higher demand than in years past they may not sell as many group tickets to the bars. May be worth calling hooters and finding out. I want to say Mother's in Federal Hill is another place that usually does opening day ticket packages. Please post any info you receive.

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Bmore Around Town just announced their Opening Day ticket package.

LF Upper Reserve, All you can drink Bud Light for 3 hours and buffet at Nobles in Fed Hill.

Tickets are $149 each but also include all of the above for an additional game with the choice of 3 or 4 selected games later on in the season.


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