12 Weeks of Summer: Ducks Unused Ticket Days

The Long Island Ducks are helping fans who missed games get back in the ballpark. Fans can trade in unused tickets from this season's past

LI Ducks offers fans the chance to exchange unused seats for tickets of equal or lesser value to 6 games.

LI Ducks offers fans the chance to exchange unused seats for tickets of equal or lesser value to 6 games. (8/20/13)

CENTRAL ISLIP - The Long Island Ducks are helping fans who missed games this season get back in the ballpark.

Fans can trade in unused tickets from this season's past games for seats at the Ducks' "Unused Ticket Days."

"Unused Ticket Days are designed for fans that haven't had the opportunity to use all their tickets during the course of the season to come out and enjoy Ducks baseball," General Manager Mike Pfaff says.

Fans can exchange unused seats for tickets of equal or lesser value to six upcoming games.

People interested in the deal must come to Bethpage Ballpark and go to the ticket window with any unused tickets. They must also pay a $1 county surcharge.

Unused Ticket Days will be held Aug. 26, 27 and 28, and Sept. 10, 11 and 12.

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