Your guide to the rest of the Lakeland Flying Tigers’ season

Photo of a baseball player (Nick Davila) pitching

Lakeland Flying Tigers pitcher Nick Davila | Photo via Alex Walworth Photography

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Lakeland’s beloved Minor League team, The Flying Tigers, has 5 weeks of home games left in their season. To prepare for the end of the season (taking place this September), we’re breaking down the daily deals you can get at Publix Joker Marchant Stadium, all while catching a game (and maybe even a pop fly, if you’re lucky).

🌭 “All You Can Eat” Wednesdays

Wednesday games include unlimited hot dogs, hamburgers, pizzas, popcorn, and other snacks with the cost of your ticket. Drinks are not included.

🍺 “Thirsty” Thursdays

Fear not, hopheads. The Flying Tigers have a deal for you, too. Thursday games include half-priced beer, wine, and frozen drinks. You can rack up your tab at the cashless bar up until the end of the 7th inning.

🥞 Sunday Brunch

Watch the Sunday games from the 34 Club, a comfortable outdoor-indoor seating area with TVs, a bar, and indoor restrooms. Your all-you-can-eat brunch buffet will include a mixture of breakfast and lunch foods, plus $3 mimosas and Bloody Marys. Brunch runs from 12-3 p.m., and seating is limited.

#ProTip: if you’re looking for something a little more memorable and a little less edible, bring your furry family members out for Bark in the Park (happening on select dates, including Aug. 6 and Sept. 17) or set your sights on the skies for the Fireworks Extravaganza (happening on select dates, including Aug. 7 and Sept. 4).

The team is currently away at Tampa and Dunedin, facing the Tarpons + Blue Jays, respectively. On July 27, the Flying Tigers will be back on their home field at Publix Joker Marchant Stadium playing the Jupiter Hammerheads. You can see them as early as Wednesday, July 28 at 6:30 p.m. Game tickets start at $12 You can plan your summer games + see the Flying Tigers’ remaining schedule here.

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