Broach Sports Tours to Hold One-Day Sale on All Baseball Packages on Monday, May 19

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Fans can receive discounts of up to 12 percent off on any of Broach's summer baseball travel packages.

Broach Sports Tours

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This gives baseball fans one last chance to lock into great savings on a wide variety of summer tours.

Broach Sports Tours has designated Monday, May 19 for a special one-day only sale on all of its 2014 Major League Baseball tours, president Tom Broach has announced.

Fans booking any of Broach’s MLB travel packages will receive a 12 percent discount if paying by check, or a 10 percent discount if paying by credit card.

That amounts to savings up to $400 per person in some cases, and makes Broach’s already-low prices even more attractive.

“Just as baseball is full of traditions, this one-day sale is one of our traditions,” Broach said. “This gives baseball fans one last chance to lock into great savings on a wide variety of summer tours.”

Broach Sports Tours offers more than 25 tours this summer, and will visit all 32 Major League stadiums on various tours. That’s ideal for fans wishing to mark various stadiums off their Baseball Bucket List.

Three of the tours incorporate the Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, with two of the tours taking in games before and after the activities in Cooperstown.

There are two other tours surrounding the Major League All-Star Game in Minneapolis.

Other popular tours are the Ultimate West Coast tour, the Deluxe West Coast tour, the Rust Belt tour, the Southern California tour, the Grand Northeast tour, the New York to Boston Loop tour, the Midwest tour, the Midwest to Texas tour, the Classic Stadium tour, the Classic Northeast tour, the Quickie Boston to New York tour, the Yankees Weekend tour, the Turnpike tour and the Great American tour.

Broach Sports Tours also offers five weekend motorcoach trips to Atlanta to see the Braves take on the Red Sox, Angels, Phillies, Nationals and A’s. And Broach also goes on the road with the Braves for weekend trips to Washington and Chicago.

Those on the tours ride in comfort in one of the company’s Broach Coach deluxe motorcoaches, with DirecTV so fans can watch Baseball Tonight on the way back to the hotel after the game.

“There’s nothing like being at the stadium with a group of fellow baseball fans, enjoying the action and talking baseball,” Broach said. “Our large volume of repeat customers is a testament to the fact that we know how to do these tours right, and we do them well.”

Broach Sports Tours, located in Charlotte, N.C., has been a leader in the sports and group travel industry for the past 21 years, specializing in Major League Baseball tours. It also offers Wimbledon travel packages, Masters travel packages, U.S. Open tennis and golf travel packages, even the Westminster Dog Show.

For more information, visit or contact Melanie Smith at 800-849-6345.

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