You'll get a free Boston Red Sox 2007 World Series Collector's Edition DVD set, a wiffle ball set (imported from nearby Connecticut), and a pair of tickets to the Museum of Science's "Baseball as America" exhibition, produced by the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York -- a good deal since the entrance fee for adults is $17.
Rates begin at $425 (per person, natch) and the goodies are yours from June 15-September 1.
Now, here's the big fat caveat to the package: It does not come with Red Sox tickets. Games typically sell out fast, no surprise given the team's notoriety as 2007 World Series champions, not to mention having broken their famed curse. Trust us that tickets are hard to come by -- otherwise we'd be sipping a beer by the Green Monster ourselves.
Granted, you're getting all this great baseball swag and views of Fenway, but that doesn't mean you're going to get into the park. Foul ball! But hopefully the Liberty concierge can swing this for you.
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