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Saratoga Announces Preferred Access Packages

Saratoga 2013 logo.
The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA), in partnership with CID Entertainment, will offer Saratoga Preferred Access (SPA) Packages during the 2013 Saratoga Race Course season.

 

The package—available on Thursdays through Sundays for $159 ($259 on Travers Day)—provides special access to the historic facility, including full-day access to the clubhouse, a private viewing area at the Top of the Stretch picnic area, a private viewing area overlooking the paddock at the Balcony Bar at the Post (including one free draft beer), a complimentary all-day buffet in the Carousel Restaurant, a champagne reception at the Carousel Restaurant, an on-site concierge, a walking tour of the racetrack, a handicapping seminar, a preferred parking pass, a 10% discount at the NYRA Store, priority access to breakfast reservations, and more.

 

Subject to availability, guests may add a reserved seat in the grandstand to their package for an additional $10.

 

For more information about the Saratoga Preferred Access package or to order, visit www.cidentertainment.com/saratoga.

 


 


 

 

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