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NEW FOR 2010! Treat yourself to All-You-Can-Eat Seats and enjoy a club-like atmosphere on the upper suite level, complete with private restrooms, TVs, and a climate-controlled environment, and your choice of outdoor seats or indoor/Standing Room Only seating.

Your All-You-Can-Eat Seats include an endless supply of:

* POPCORN
* CHICKEN TENDER
* GRILLED HAMBURGERS
* HOTDOGS
* VEGETABLE PLATTER
* PASTA SALAD
* PEPSI
* DIET PEPSI
* MOUNTAIN DEW
* SIERRA MIST


* MENU SUBJECT TO CHANGE


ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT PRICING (AYCE):
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Outdoor seats for Regular games: $65.00
Outdoor Seats for Premium games: $75.00
Indoor/Standing Room Only seats for Regular games: $55.00
Indoor/Standing Room Only seats for Premium games: $65.00


Premium prices for individual game tickets will be in effect for the following dates in 2010:
Opening Day (April 9), May 10-16 and all Friday & Saturday games in June, July, and August.

NOTE: Indoor seating is first-come, first-served. Food is served from gates opening through the 7th inning OR two hours after scheduled game start time (whichever comes first). Alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase. Food and beverages may not be removed from the seating area.


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Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Where are the All-You-Can-Eat seats located?
A. The All-You-Can-Eat seats are located on the upper suite level along the left field line. They are above sections 142 to 144.

Q. Is there a special entrance for the All-You-Can-Eat seats?
A. Any regular gate can be used for entry.

Q. When does the All-You-Can-Eat section open?
A. The All-You-Can-Eat section is open when the regular gates open to the public.

Q. Where are the access points to the suite level?
A. There are 2 access points that will allow admission to the suite level.
1)The stairs/wheelchair ramp located behind section 143, or
2) The elevator located behind section 130.
Please note: Fans must show their "All-you-can-eat" game ticket to gain access to the suite level at all times before, during and after the game.

Q. Can food and beverages be removed from the All-You-Can-Eat area?
A. Due to the nature of this section, food and beverages are not allowed outside of the designated areas.
Exception: Food/beverages purchased from a concession stand or vendor.

Q. How does the All-You-Can-Eat section work?
A. Upon arrival at the All-You-Can-Eat section, the ticket will be stamped and the customers hand will be stamped. Customers will need to show both hand stamp and ticket stamp to gain re-entry to the All-You-Can-Eat section.

Q. Are customers with Standing Room Only (SRO) tickets allowed to watch the game from any section(s)?
A. In order to make the All-You-Can-Eat experience the best it can be for all fans, SRO tickets are specifically assigned to particular sections. Example: If an SRO ticket is in section "AYE248" then customer will stay in that area.

Q. Is the food replenished after every inning?
A. The food is replenished periodically throughout the game.

Q. How long is the food served?
A. Food is served from gates opening through the 7th inning or two hours after the regularly scheduled start time (whichever comes first)

Q. What items are on the menu, and are there any substitutions?
A . These seats come with an endless supply of popcorn, chicken tenders, grilled hamburgers, hot dogs, vegetable platter and pasta salad. Beverages include a choice of Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Sierra Mist, or Mountain Dew. There are no substitutions allowed.


The Detroit Lions offered a similar all-you-can-eat seating option at Ford Field during the 2009 season. The Lions offered 6,000 all-you-can-eat seats.

Other MLB teams offering all-you-can-eat seating include: Los Angeles Dodgers, Toronto Blue Jays, Atlanta Braves, St. Louis Cardinals, Baltimore Orioles, Texas Rangers, Oakland Athletics, Tampa Bay Rays, Arizona Diamondbacks, Kansas City Royals, Florida Marlins, San Diego Padres and the Pittsburgh Pirates.

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That 2nd image is just plain wrong.

Mostly cause the Tigers will be eating themselves about 25 games into the season

Great!! that's what we need more people trying to get on the 'Biggest Looser"!

What the posting does not say is that there will be an entry fee for the toilets!

The food a Comerica is pretty good. Too bad elephant ears aren't included in the deal.

Detroit may be one of the worst cities in the country, but Comerica is a great ballpark.

this isn't a deal, tho. it's half the cost at dodger stadium, altho you don't get hamburgers, chicken, or pasta whatever. but you DO get dodger dogs! altho they aren't grilled in the AYCE seats

Who wants to eat seats?

great post, I love going to the tigers games on a warm summer night.

the staten island Yankees have the same deal, almost, for $ 16. 00.


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pjrxj said: Who wants to eat seats?

They are SOOOO GOOD for you:


LOW IN FAT

LOW IN CALORIES

LOW IN CHOESTROL

LOW IN CARBS


WHATS NOT TO LOVE

BosuxRedsux said: the staten island Yankees have the same deal, almost, for $ 16. 00.
And they also have a better team LOL



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