Black Friday Pacers’ Deals!

The Blue and Gold always celebrate Black Friday well offering GREAT deals on tickets.  This year, there are a number of deals to choose from, but all are guaranteed to satisfy the Pacers’ fans on your “Nice” list.  Here are some of my favorite deals to score with nothing but net.  You can pick them up beginning at 6 am Friday at select Simon Malls, Bankers Life Fieldhouse, and on Pacers.com.

From 6-8 am at select Simon Locations & Bankers Life Fieldhouse {all listed here}, purchase tickets at price points of $5, $25, & $50.  Balcony tix are only $5, Krieg DeVault Club Level tix are $25, and Lower Level tix are $50.  Looking for something to show your team pride?  Then snag a bargain on gear with up to 60% off Pacers Sweatshirts and T-Shirts and 20% off Pacers jerseys.  AND if you go to Bankers Fieldhouse, then you can score a Black Friday deal that no one else can with the 3-Game Pack with Heat which includes your choice of 3 games at a low cost.

Want to sleep in a little after Turkey day?  No worries, more great deals will about from 8-11 am and be available online, too.  Balcony tix will only be $8, Krieg DeVault Club Level tix at $35, and Lower Level tix for $75.  AND you can still score all of the great deals on Pacers’ gear.  Check out all of the details and deals here.

Not a Black Friday shopper?  Then don’t miss the 2012-13 Gold Swagger Holiday Pack deals which include 5 games AND a Pacers’ stocking.  Prices start as low as $60 for this deal.  BOOM BABY!

Supporting the Blue and Gold doesn’t have to cost you a pot ‘o Gold this holiday season. Score great deals whiles Indianapolis’ favorite NBA team scores plenty of points!

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