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#1 justinjabs

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Posted 27 March 2013 - 12:52 PM

Hi everyone,

So being a Milwaukee resident I picked up a Brewers holiday 4 pack a few months ago which featured some Cubs games. Since then I have been recruited to return to my summer job, working with children at a camp from June to August (I did not think I would be returning when I bought the tickets). So I am trying to sell them, obviously. These are the games I am trying to get rid of.

Miller Park Section 216, Row 16, Seat 3.
6/25 vs Chicago Cubs,
7/19 vs Miami Marlins,
8/16 vs Cincinnati Reds.
$40 each (face value, without the pesky taxes and fees I've already paid).

Let me know if you're interested. They're good seats. And Miller Park isn't too bad, definitely worth a trip if you've never been.

Post here or email me - justinjabs (AT) gmail.com
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Posted 27 March 2013 - 02:06 PM

are they single tickets? I might be interested if they're doubles

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Posted 27 March 2013 - 03:41 PM

Nah, singles, unfortunately.

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