Renew your season tickets, hang out with Brownie and J.D.

The season of gifting and re-gifting is behind us, but apparently, the Astros are still in the mood to give things away.

They’re offering new incentives for you to renew your season tickets sooner than later, and judging from the quality of the items they’re raffling off, they’re ready to pay up in exchange for the simple act of, well, paying up.

All full-season ticket and 27-game mini-plan account holders who renew, or anyone purchasing a full-season ticket package or 27-game mini package will automatically be entered into daily drawings to win one of 20  pretty heavy-duty prizes.

Perusing through the list, here are my personal favorites:

Meet and greet with a player on the field before a game
A clubhouse tour and meet and greet with manager Brad Mills
A Jeff Bagwell autographed bat

And, the best one (in my humble opinion):
Sit for an inning in the TV booth with two of my favorite people, broadcasters Bill Brown and Jim Deshaies.

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The drawing started Monday and runs weekdays through Jan. 29, and if you’ve already renewed (even before the contest started), you’re automatically entered. If you haven’t renewed, you’ll be eligible for all remaining drawings as soon as you do so.

Click here for more details and a full listing of prizes, which includes sitting in the press box for three innings, watching a game with 12 friends and Jimmy Wynn from one of the suites, and sitting on the field for one of the Friday Night Fireworks displays (presumably, you’ll be near the many players who bring their kids onto the field for fireworks nights).

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2 Comments

The JD and Brownie one, in the booth during an inning, that’s too cool. Maybe even better would be spending a whole game with Wynn, for a younger person like me, hearing all the stories about how the game was way back in the day, playing in the early days of the Dome…that would be an awesome three hours.

Where is behind the scenes on gameday with Alyson Footer? I’d love to sit in the press box for a few innings, very cool. I cannot wait for warmer weather and seeing the ‘stros again.

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