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Red Sox 'End of Summer Family Packs,' Boston, Aug. 27 - Sept. 4

Posted by Jen Clark Estes  August 21, 2013 10:17 AM

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These Boxford kids brought a sign to their first game at Fenway Park.

If you haven't yet taken in a game at Fenway Park this summer, here's a great chance for you to see the Red Sox play -- with special perks just for families. The "End of Summer Family Pack" promotion includes game tickets, free parking at the Prudential Center Garage, free Duck Boat rides to the ballpark (and back again after the game), early entry to the ballpark through the family entrance to watch batting practice from the bleachers, and activity booklets for the kids. (Duck boat photo: Wiqan Ang/Boston Globe)

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This package is available only for a limited time, so why not take the kids out for one last hurrah before school starts? Aug. 27 - Sept. 4. Game times vary. Ticket prices start at $28, and you must buy 3 tickets to qualify for the promotion. Orders are limited to 10 tickets per family. Fenway Park, 4 Yawkey Way, Boston. www.boston.redsox.mlb.com

More Red Sox news for families....There will be a peanut allergy-friendly Red Sox game at Fenway Park Aug. 31. Share photos of your kids at a Red Sox game. And find out where kids eat free the day after the Red Sox win!

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