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Myrtle Beach Pelicans: Things to do Near Captain’s Quarters

There are few things that say summer more than a trip to beach or a baseball game. So why not have both with a stay at a Vacation Myrtle Beach resort like Captain’s Quarters?

The Pelicans are a minor league baseball team that plays as part of the Carolina League and are the farm team of the Texas Rangers.

Home games are played at the Pelicans’ ball park, which is located directly opposite from Broadway on the Beach, at the junction of 21st Ave N and the Robert M Grissom Parkway. Games start in April and continue throughout the summer, making them a great way to spend a day or night during your vacation.

The Pelicans run a number of daily promotions to draw in the fans, for example on Monday games there is a “kids eat free” promotion, in which all kids aged 12 and younger receive a meal of a hot dog, chips and a small soda. There are also frequent firework displays after a game, so if you’re planning to take in a Pelicans game, do check up beforehand on the promotion of the day.

But since the Pelicans are VMB partners, they always have a special discount available to guests a VMB resorts like Captain’s Quarters. Their special for the 2013 season is a free meal voucher with the purchase of field box, reserved box or reserved bleacher tickets.

The team also frequently features in vacation specials offered by Captain's Quarters and the 13 Vacation Myrtle Beach hotels. This year if you book your vacation at a Myrtle Beach resort for May 7 to 13 you can get two free tickets per game for that week. For more details you can read our blog about the free tickets opportunities for spring trips to Myrtle Beach.

And make sure to check out our Myrtle Beach Pelicans schedule on our Myrtle Beach events page for game dates and times.

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