PHOENIX - The Arizona Diamondbacks are hosting their first ever double-header Wednesday at Chase Field, and there are a ton of deals to take advantage of during and in between the games.
The first game against the Miami Marlins starts at 12:40 p.m. and the second game is at 6:40 p.m.
If you’re planning to attend both games, the D-backs will give you a commemorative pin.
You will receive a voucher when arriving at the first game that you will have to show to get into the second game.
During the games, fans can get the Doubleheader Deal which includes a regular hot dog, regular popcorn and regular drink all for just $6 at any Doubleheaders concession stand.
There will also be discounts on merchandise at the Team Shop including player T-shirts for $19.98 (regular price $28) and a limited-edition D-backs doubleheader T-shirt for $25, while supplies last.
And in between games, there are quite a few deals and activities happening in downtown Phoenix, according to the D-backs:
Arizona Science Center: Show your ticket for either game Wednesday and receive a free general admission ticket with the purchase of one adult ticket (value up to $14)
Phoenix Children's Museum: Show your ticket for either game Wednesday and receive $3 off general admission
Coach & Willies: $3 drafts, domestic bottles, wells and wine, $3 Miller Light Aluminum pints, $6 Miller Light bottle plus SoCo Lime Shot (from 4 to 6 p.m.)
Coney Island: Free soda with a purchase of an entree for fans wearing D-backs gear
Downtown Pizza Lounge: Two slices and a drink for $7, two slices and a 16 oz. beer for $9
Ghost Lounge: $3 draft beer (1 p.m. to close)
Hard Rock Café: Happy hour from 3 to 6 p.m. with live music from Clinton Switzer, $3 domestic drafts, $4 imported drafts and well drinks, $5 house wines, half-price appetizers (excluding jumbo combo)
Karim's: D-backs hot dog, chips and water for $6
Seamus McCaffrey's Irish Pub and Restaurant: Half-price appetizers, $5 cherry bombs, $3 domestic bottles, $4 premium drafts, $4 well drinks and $4.50 house wines
TGI Friday's Front Row: 9th Inning $6 Ultimate Drinks and buy one burger, get one half off
Arizona Diamondbacks representatives will be on hand in Patriot's Square at CityScape Phoenix from 3 to 6 p.m. with D-backs inflatables for kids.
Fans can also enjoy a Pop Up Park featuring cornhole, Frisbee and live music from DJ Sean Watson.
Several CityScape Phoenix tenants will offer food and drink specials, including:
Blue Hound Kitchen and Cocktails: Grab a local beer and Blue Hound's famous tater tots with smoked bacon, chive and a French onion dip for only $6
Chloe's Corner Downtown: $3 draft beer, Pizza & Beer Combo - slice of pizza and a draft beer for $5
Copper Blues: Two-for-one wells, local and domestic beers and house wine when you show your D-backs ticket (excludes happy hour items)
Fuego CityScape: Two-for-one on all drinks including wine, sangria, mojitos and cocktails, patio menu options for $6
Lucky Strike: Buy one game of bowling, get the second free
Tilted Kilt: Free Irish Nacho when you show your D-backs ticket (no purchase necessary), $3 domestic drafts (14 oz.), $3 well drinks, $5 choice of onion rings, mozzarella sticks, cheese quesadilla or spinach dip
The Arrogant Butcher: Buy one happy hour appetizer, get one free from 3 to 6 p.m.
The Strand: Extended happy hour from 3 to 6 p.m. includes $2 Blue Moon, $4 drink concoctions and half-price appetizers
West of Soho: $10 off purchase of $30 or more (excludes sale items)
Yogurtini: Buy one yogurt, get one yogurt free when you show your D-backs ticket
You can buy your double-header tickets at dbacks.com , or by calling 602-514-8400 or by visiting the ticket windows at Chase Field.
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