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What makes Big League Tours Different?

Posted by Doug Lawson on Sat, Jan 11, 2014 @ 09:11 AM


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I know several of you are considering the purchase of a baseball tour for the first time. Some of you have called to asked what makes our tours different. We certainly are not the cheapest tour provider out there, but we think we are the best. We are providing our guests with a bucket list, once in a lifetime, luxury baseball tour unlike any other. I would like to give you a couple of examples of the Big League Tours Differences.

One of the differences is the seats we get for you. All of our game seats are in the lower level, and usually between the bases. While that represents a significant expense, we think it is important to see the games from the best seats. Most other tour companies purchase group seats way down the lines or in the upper levels to save money. We are the only tour company to guarantee lower level seats for every game. Click the button to see more:

Southwest Tour: April 15-19, 2014

Another difference is the kind of hotels we use. All of our tour hotels are either in the heart of the city, or next to the ballpark. Mostly they are 4-5 star luxury hotels like the Grand Hyatt in Midtown Manhattan, the Palmer House in Chicago, the Gaslamp Quarter Hilton in San Diego, and the Park Plaza in Boston. We won't bus you to the suburbs to stay in a 2-3 star hotel to reduce the cost. You'll be near all the sites, attractions, restaurants, etc. so you can enjoy the cities. Click the button to see more:

Southwest Tour: April 15-19, 2014

Click the buttons below to see two more of the Big League Tours Differences.

Southwest Tour: April 15-19, 2014

Southwest Tour: April 15-19, 2014

Let me know if you have any questions. I look forward to having you join us in the 2014 season.

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