Brooklyn Cyclones ticket and food and drink deals, including FREE t-shirts, start at just $10.
The special Family Sunday Pay-One-Price deal just could be the best sports value in town.
For every Sunday home game during the 2018 Cyclones season, you can purchase plans that include a field box ticket, $5 voucher good for food, beverages or merchandise and FREE limited-edition t-shirt all for just $20 a person.
To get the Brooklyn Cyclones deal, you need to purchase at least two packages for $40, with every additional person getting the same great deal for just $20 each.
The Family Sunday Pay-One-Price deal must be purchased in advance. The package is not available the day of game.
Here’s the link to purchase online with no service fee.
The Brooklyn Cyclones celebrate opening day on June 16 with fireworks, but the $45 deal for a game ticket, unlimited beverages, your choice of burger or hotdog and snacks, is season long. And $25 for designated drivers and those under 21.
Can’t see the Yankees or the Mets for that price.
The Brooklyn Cyclones play at MCU stadium in Coney Island, where you can sit close enough to see for yourself whether the Ump has called the play correctly. Or not.
And it’s the only ballpark where you can smell the salt air from the beach.
Directions to Brooklyn Cyclones:
By subway: Take the D train, F train, N train, or Q train to the Coney Island/Stillwell Avenue. At the corner of Stillwell and Surf Avenues (where Nathan’s is located), turn right. Walk two blocks west along Surf Avenue to the ballpark.
By bus: Take the B36, B68, B74 or B 82 bus to Stillwell Avenue and Surf Avenue. Then, walk two blocks west along Surf Avenue to the ballpark.
From East: Take the Belt Parkway to Cropsey Avenue Exit (6S). At light, make right onto Cropsey Avenue, and proceed approximately 1 mile, as Cropsey turns into W17th Street. The ballpark is directly ahead.
From West: Take Belt Parkway to Cropsey Avenue Exit (6). At Light make right onto Cropsey Avenue, and proceed approximately 1 mile, as Cropsey turns into W17th Street. The ballpark is directly ahead.