We have always prided ourselves in offering the most-economical packages in the industry, and these discounts make for even bigger bargains.
Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) December 31, 2012
Broach Sports Tours is offering sizeable discounts on many of its 2013 Major League Baseball tours, president Tom Broach has announced.
Fans can save up to $300 per person double occupancy on various MLB travel packages by making their reservations by Jan. 4. Some packages also give fans the option of either free airfare or a cash discount.
BST will offer 27 various baseball tours in 2013, going to all 32 Major League stadiums. The year starts with a Grapefruit League spring training tour in March that will catch eight games over seven days with 12 different teams. There are also several East Coast itineraries that include visits to New York, Boston and Cooperstown, plus Midwest and West Coast tours and four weekend motorcoach getaways to Atlanta.
“There’s never been a better time to plan a Major League Baseball tour,” Broach said. “We have always prided ourselves in offering the most-economical packages in the industry, and these discounts make for even bigger bargains.
“We’re very excited about our 2013 lineup. We have added trips to stadiums many baseball fans have never visited, and we offer our traditional trips to the likes of Yankee Stadium, Fenway Park, Wrigley Field and Cooperstown.”
Baseball isn’t the only headliner for the spring of 2013, either.
Broach has designed some unique tours this year, including one that combines a day at Augusta National Golf Club during Masters week with the Final Four in Atlanta. Fans will spend the morning and afternoon at Augusta National on Monday, April 8, then will take a deluxe motorcoach to Atlanta for the NCAA tournament championship game that night. The motorcoach tour starts and ends in Charlotte.
A variety of Masters travel packages are also available, with golf fans able to select their choice of Wednesday’s practice round and Par 3 Tournament, a budget package with badges and accommodations for the first and second rounds on Thursday and Friday, or a deluxe weekend package with badges and accommodations for the final two rounds on Saturday and Sunday.
Broach said that only a limited number of Masters tickets remain, and he urges fans to reserve their spot soon.
Also on the BST schedule in the coming months are the 2013 Westminster Dog Show in New York Feb. 10-13, and the NASCAR Daytona 500 on Feb. 24.
Broach Sports Tours, based in Charlotte, N.C., has been a leader in the sports and group travel industry since 1992. It specializes in Major League Baseball tours, golf and tennis travel packages, and has expanded its outreach to include several new NASCAR races in 2013.
For more information, contact Melanie Hicks at 704-365-6500 or visit http://www.broachsportstours.com.