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Reds fans attend Select-A-Seat event at Great American Ballpark

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Reds fans chose their seats for the 2014 Reds baseball season on Sunday.

Reds fans has the opportunity to lock in their season ticket plan at the lowest prices of the season by attending for the annual Select-A-Seat event at Great American Ball Park on Sunday, Jan. 26.

Fans old and young checked out the park from different vantage points to decide exactly where they want to root on the Redlegs as soon as this winter weather passes.

Tom Hester of West Alexandria says, "We came down today to get our tickets for the season, our 20 game pack. We bought three tickets. So hopefully we can get all start tickets as well. And it's another stop on the caravan so we can get autographs that they didn't get for Redsfest."

Fans chose their seats in person with a Reds ticket representative to guarantee the best prices on the best seats, plus their Opening Day and Postseason opportunities with ticket plans that start at 20 games and as low as $9 per game.

As an added bonus, fans purchasing a season plan of 20 games or more at the Select-A-Seat event were able to take part in a Q&A session with the Reds players and broadcasters in attendance and received a Reds baseball to get autographed while meeting the players.

Tyler Wessel of Miamisburg has one goal in mind, "Simple. Homer bailey. Two no hitters. What else do I have to say? It was electric. I mean, I couldn't believe what I was seeing before my own eyes. It was crazy."

Soon, the peace and quiet of a snow covered ballpark will melt away and the electricity of fans will return once again. Until then, the Reds fans wait.

To learn more about Select-A-Seat, visit www.Cincinnati. Reds.mlb.com

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