Fast, Furious, Fun Football Action for as Low as $49 at 1st Mariner Arena

BALTIMORE, MD (August 21, 2009) – In 2009 the Baltimore Mariners racked up an impressive 9-5 record, defeated the eventual American Indoor Football Association (AIFA) champions twice during the regular season, and earned the first playoff berth in the franchise’s history. They experienced even more success in front of their hometown fans as the Mariners compiled a 6-1 record and tallied a staggering 58 points per game at 1st Mariner Arena. Now you can be part of this exciting indoor football action as the Mariners have released their 2010 season ticket packages for sale.

With seven-game season ticket packages priced as low as $49 (yes, just $7 per game!) and front row packages, which literally put you in the action at times for $161, there are season ticket packages to meet every fans, and businesses, budget and preference. A family of four can attend every home game and not miss one minute of fast, furious, and fun indoor football action for less then $200! A price typically paid for just one night, and a few hours, of sports viewing. Businesses can also treat special clients to a unique night of football action or reward top employees with front row seats at a game they will never forget.

For the 2010 season the Mariners are offering season ticket packages priced* at $49, $63, $98, and $161. Also, new this season, for an additional price the Mariners are offering special, limited access to the Touchdown Club Party Zone. More information on the Party Zone will be released soon.

To get your 2010 Baltimore Mariners season tickets now, contact Sam Oidick at the Mariners Season and Group Sales Ticket Office at 410-347-2006, or visit for more information.

The Baltimore Mariners are members of the AIFA, a professional, indoor football league with teams currently based in 14 cities nation-wide and with announced expansion in 2010 for Richmond, Virginia, Trenton, New Jersey, and Washington State.

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Submitted by John Wolfe
Media Relations Director
Baltimore Mariners