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White Sox offer fans "staycation" for Fourth of July Holiday week.

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CHICAGO - The Chicago White Sox are giving fans a special "staycation" offer during Independence Week games against the Los Angeles Angels (June 30-July 2) and the Seattle Mariners (July 4-6), with specially-priced tickets and ballpark food items, as well as a variety of additional fan activities.

Through the special staycation offer, fans have the opportunity to purchase four Upper Reserved tickets, four value hot dogs and four regular Pepsi product fountain sodas for just $44 during any game of the two series. Fans can redeem the hot dog and soda vouchers at All-Star concession stands on the Upper Level.

The White Sox will celebrate Independence Day on July 4 with an extended fireworks display at the conclusion of the game, presented by Miller Lite. For that game, fans have the opportunity to enjoy $1 Vienna Beef hot dogs at the All-Star concession stands located on the Lower and Upper Levels as well as Vienna Beef hot dog vendors (maximum of 10 hot dogs per transaction). The first 20,000 fans ages 21 and over will receive a White Sox tailgate flag, presented by Miller Lite. Tickets to the 6:10 p.m. game on July 4 vs. Seattle are available for as low as $20 in the Lower Level and $7 in the Upper Level.

Fans can visit whitesox.com/staycation for details or to purchase tickets. Tickets to all games are available at whitesox.com, the U.S. Cellular Field ticket office and through Ticketmaster. 

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