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11/19/2012 11:41 AM ET

D-backs holiday packs on sale now

Special Black Friday youth baseball camp available from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. this Friday

PHOENIX — Before you ring in the new year, swing for the fences with the D-backs’ Holiday Ticket and Gift Packs. The D-backs are offering two great gift ideas for baseball fans of all ages.

The D-backs Holiday Ticket Pack includes five regular season home games, plus Opening Day, with savings up to 36 percent off the regular price. An Infield Reserve ticket pack is only $84 (valued at $132) and a Baseline Reserve ticket pack is $165 (valued at $234).

The D-backs Holiday Gift Pack includes a $50 D-backs gift card that can be used toward tickets, merchandise and concessions at Chase Field during the 2013 season, a $10 coupon good toward a D-backs Baseball Academy Camp, presented by Grand Canyon University, and a D-backs-themed Wilson T-ball glove for $55 (retail value $75).

Holiday packs are available for a limited time and can be purchased by calling 602-462-4600 or visiting dbacks.com/holiday.

The D-backs Baseball Academy, presented by Grand Canyon University, offers youth baseball and softball camps year round and range in price from $100-$450 for a one-day to week-long camp experience. This holiday season the D-backs are offering a couple of unique camp experiences, including a post-Thanksgiving Black Friday One-Day Camp on Nov. 23 from 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. at Chase Field with instruction focused on throwing, receiving, infield, outfield, baserunning and a lunch provided by Subway ®. The Black Friday experience is only $100 for six hours of instruction from D-backs Academy coaches.

The D-backs also offer three-day camps on Dec. 26-28 and Jan. 2-4 that include nine hours of instruction covering baseball fundamentals. Registration is $100 and camps are offered at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick as well as locations in Gilbert and Glendale. For more information and to register, visit dbacks.com/academy.

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