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Pirates announce new 13-game plans for 2014 season

Saturday and Sunday Plans to incorporate high demand games for all 13 weekend series

The Pittsburgh Pirates announced today the on-sale of their new 13-game ticket plans for the 2014 season. The new 13-game plans correspond with the Pirates 13 weekend series scheduled for 2014 to allow fans the opportunity to purchase tickets for the most in demand contests.

There are three different 13-game plans in all. Fans can choose from the Saturday Plan, the Sunday Plan or the Weekday Plan. All three come with great game matchups, Season Ticket Holder benefits and more.

The Saturday Plan incorporates all Saturday home games throughout the 2014 season including all six Fireworks Nights, powered by Zambelli, and all three postgame concert dates at PNC Park. The Sunday Plan consists of all 13 Sunday Kids Days at PNC Park, including Mother's Day on Sunday, May 11 and the final regular season homegame on Sunday, September 21.

The Weekday Plan is one of the best values in baseball, starting at just $182 for plans in the Upper Grandstand. The plan includes great matchups with the Cincinnati Reds, San Francisco Giants, Los Angeles Dodgers, St. Louis Cardinals and more, along with interleague games with the Baltimore Orioles and Detroit Tigers.

Some of the exclusive benefits of becoming a 13-Game Plan Season Ticket Holder include ticket exchange privileges for both future and past (unused) games, restrictions apply, as well as a guarantee that fans will have the same seats for all of the games in their Plan.

For those fans who want to ensure that they get their seats for all games on their 2014 wish list, all season ticket plans are also on sale now. Choose from a Full Season Plan, 41-Game Plan featuring every weekend game, and 20-Game Plans and now 13-Game Plans that are focused around the best games of the season. Fans can visit for more information.

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