Thursday, 13 July 2017 21:29

NYRA and Dunkin’ Donuts Offer Discounted Seats at Saratoga Race Course

SARATOGA SPRINGS — The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) and Dunkin’ Donuts are partnering to provide extra value to racing fans with a special discount offer on reserved seats at Saratoga Race Course for the 2017 meet.

Fans who purchase one reserved seat at regular price will receive $5 off the purchase of a second reserved seat with a voucher available exclusively at participating Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants throughout the Capital Region. The offer is valid for reserved seats on weekdays at Saratoga Race Course (excluding Fridays).

To receive the discount, fans must bring the voucher to the NYRA Box Office at Saratoga Race Course located at Gate A on Union Avenue. Seats are based on available inventory. No purchase is necessary. Offer is not valid with any other discounts and expires on September 4.

In addition to serving as the sponsor of the early and late Daily Double at Saratoga Race Course, Dunkin’ Donuts will donate one pound of coffee to the Backstretch Employee Service Team for each win by the leading owner, trainer and jockey of the 2017 season. The donation will take place on the final day of the Saratoga season.

Season and weekly ticket plans, single-day reserved seats, reserved tables in the Miller Lite Picnic Paddock and the Fourstardave Sports Bar, dining and group hospitality are currently on sale and available for purchase through www.NYRA.com/Saratoga. 

Season admission passes are also available for purchase online through NYRA Account Manager at https://oss.ticketmaster.com/aps/nyra/. A season pass provides fans with admission to 40 days of world-class thoroughbred racing at Saratoga Race Course, including the Grade 1 Travers on Saturday, August 26 and the Grade 1 Whitney on Saturday, August 5.

The cost of a 2017 Grandstand season pass is $40; a Clubhouse season pass is $65. Season passes do not include reserved seating and are valid for one admission.

The summer meet at Saratoga Race Course begins on Friday, July 21 and concludes on Monday, September 4. 

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