NASHVILLE, Tenn. – In an effort to reward steadfast baseball season ticket holders, Vanderbilt Athletics has announced a three-tiered loyalty program for the 2020 season in which individuals who attend at least 75 percent of home games receive select prizes and experiences.
Season ticket holders can receive credit for attendance as long as the tickets are scanned or donated to VetTix, a partnership in which the tickets are given to a local service member. Fans can donate to VetTix through their Ticketmaster account online.
The loyalty program rewards those tickets utilized 75-plus percent, 90-plus percent and 100 percent of the time. Due to NCAA regulations, fans currently enrolled in high school are not eligible for certain rewards.
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Those who utilize seats 100% of the time will receive on-field recognition, a “100 Club” certificate, a VandyBoys gift bag with signed items, a private baseball facilities tour, signed 2019 national championship memorabilia, a special thank you from head coach Tim Corbin, social media recognition and a private batting practice session.
Individuals who use 90 percent receive on-field recognition, a VandyBoys gift bag, a private facilities tour, 2019 national championship memorabilia, a special thank you from Corbin, social media recognition and a private batting practice segment.
Fans in attendance for 75% of games will be provided on-field recognition, a special thank you from Corbin, 2019 national championship memorabilia and a private batting practice session.
All fans who attended 75% or more of home games in 2019 will be recognized during the Illinois-Chicago series (Feb. 21-23) and Hawaii series (Feb. 28-March 1). Vanderbilt drew more than 102,000 fans to Hawkins Field a season ago, a mark that ranked 18th nationally.