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Cardinals offering fans $7 tickets for upcoming I-70 series

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ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV.com) -

For under $10, baseball fans can watch the St. Louis Cardinals and Kansas City Royals due battle in the I-70 Series next week.

Thanks to the team-up with Papa John's Pizza, Cardinal fans can purchase specially-priced tickets for $7. The tickets go on sale today and will be available while supplies last. The Cardinals said these specially-priced tickets are limited to eight per-customer. 

The Redbirds and the Royals will play two at Kauffman Stadium before traveling down Interstate 70 to play a pair of games at Busch. The Cardinals will play host on Aug. 9 and Aug. 10. 

For more information on how to purchase the tickets for this series or others, head to the Cardinals website. 

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