PHOENIX - Spring training season is upon us in the Valley!
If you are a spring training fan, there are many deals out there that will save you some money, but still give you a great experience in warm, sunny Arizona.
If you are looking for some fun in the sun when you’re not at a game, Arizona Outback Adventures is offering a deal on bike rentals and guided raft tours down the Salt River. Just mention “Spring Training” and you’ll get 10 percent off bike rentals and 15 percent off the raft tours.
If you’re not from the Valley, show your out-of-town ID to the concierge at Scottsdale Fashion Square and you’ll get Shopping & Dining Visitor Rewards with $500 in savings and other offers from various restaurants and shops.
The Scottsdale Resort and Athletic Club is offering a deal to see a Colorado Rockies baseball game and a Denver Nugget basketball game with a one-bedroom villa for $499 per night. The deal also includes transportation to and from each game.
Arizona Food Tours is also offering a tasty spring training deal! Score five percent off "A Taste of Old Scottsdale Town Food Tour" -- a walking tour through Old Town Scottsdale with food and wine samples and insight into the history of the area. To get the five percent off $49 deal, type in the letters “KTR” for the promo code.
If you want to enjoy a round of golf during your stay, TP Scottsdale is offering some big savings -- up to $80 through April 7.
Iconic Scottsdale resort The Phoenician is also getting in on the spring training fun. Fans can score guest room accommodations, transportation to and from Scottsdale Stadium where the San Francisco Giants play, two Phoenician stadium cushions for the game, and daily lunch for two in Relish Burger Bistro.
If you are looking for a more economical place to stay, Expedia has many hotel deals in the Phoenix area for great prices.
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