Listen up, friends. This is good stuff. I’m letting you in on HUGE news from the Red Sox Box Office.
The Boston Red Sox are “Calling All Kids” to the home game of their choice this year with Mom and Dad. The Red Sox are giving away 25,000 free tickets to kids! Read on to find out how to claim your FREE BOSTON RED SOX TICKETS!
Calling All Kids
- To claim your free tickets, all you need to do is sign up here at Kid Nation
- You can spread your free tickets amongst various games, or claim them all at once for one game. For example, if there are three children in your family, you can split up for various games, or go as a whole family.
- In addition, Fenway Park is now SUPER kid-friendly with an all new Kid Concourse and GATE K. A special new entrance at Fenway dedicated to children and families located adjacent to Gate B near the corner of Van Ness and Ipswich Streets. The gate will lead fans into the new Kid Nation Concourse featuring new attractions for young fans, including: A seven-foot giant Wally bobblehead, Interactive video wall, Life-size images & footprints Red Sox players, Balloon artist, stilt walker, and face painter, Kid-themed concessions including a $5 kids meal (mini hot dog, cotton candy, and a small juice)
- Wally’s Clubhouse – Red Sox Kid Nation Clubhouse is being transformed into the new “Wally’s Clubhouse,” open from the 3rd to the 7th inning season-long, providing families with a respite from inclement weather, a place to play and walk around, and a welcoming venue for children to meet Wally the Green Monster.
So don’t miss your chance at FREE RED SOX TICKETS for the 2015 Red Sox season. I think it’s awesome that Fenway is doing this for families this year and I really hope you can take advantage of these free tickets. Let 2015 be the year you introduce your littles to Fenway Park, the Green Monster, and America’s favorite pastime.
Disclosure: I’m so happy to be able to share all things Red Sox with you as a participating Red Sox Mom. I took part in an honorary kick-off luncheon to learn about this year’s program and took home an amazing bag of swag. All opinions are my own.