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4th and 5th of July Tickets On Sale June 5
Celebrate July 4th and 5th with Postgame Fireworks presented by Comcast
05/29/2012 6:41 PM ET
SAN JOSE, CA - Individual tickets for San Jose Giants games on Wednesday, July 4 and Thursday, July 5 will be on sale at 10:00 AM on Tuesday, June 5. Both will feature Postgame Fireworks Extravaganzas presented by Comcast. Tickets will be available for purchase online at sjgiants.com, over the phone at (408) 297-1435 or in person at the Municipal Stadium Box Office, located at 588 East Alma Avenue, San Jose, CA 95112.

On July 4 and 5 the San Jose Giants offer four levels of individual tickets: Box Seats for $18, Upper Reserved seats for $15, special Bowl Reserved seats for $12, and Outfield Bleacher Reserved for $10. Seniors (65 and Older) and children ages 5-12 are $9 for an Outfield Bleacher Reserved Seat, while kids 4 and under are free if they do not require their own seat. For more information contact the San Jose Giants Box Office at (408) 297-1435 or visit the San Jose Giants website at sjgiants.com. Please note that all seating is reserved for both the July 4 and 5 games.

Along with single game tickets, the San Jose Giants offer Mini Plan ticket packages. This is the last chance for fans to purchase a Flex Plan prior to June 5 so that they can choose their seats for July 4 and/or 5 before they go on sale to the general public. The Flex Plan package includes six undated Box Seat tickets for the price of five. You can use any amount of tickets at any number of games, subject to availability.

The San Jose Giants continue their current six game homestand tonight at 7:00 PM against the Visalia Rawhide. For more information on upcoming promotions or tickets for the 2012 season call (408) 297-1435 or visit sjgiants.com.

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