8/14/2013 2:15 P.M. ET
Texas Rangers debuts new fan experience with seat upgrade technology
By / MLB.com
The Texas Rangers today announced that the club has partnered with fan experience technology company Experience (www.findexp.com) to deliver seat upgrade technology for fans as part of MLB.com's At the Ballpark free app for iPhone, iPod touch and Android smartphones.
The new day-of-game seat upgrade technology is being introduced at Rangers home games beginning with the current series against the Milwaukee Brewers.
After downloading the free At the Ballpark app, fans can select Rangers Ballpark in Arlington as their venue of choice. Fans will be able to access the seat upgrades for that specific game at the time the Rangers Ballpark gates open, which is normally two hours before first pitch. The upgrade inventory for each game is subject to availability.
Fans can go to texasrangers.com/upgrade or use their At the Ballpark app to sign up for notifications on available upgrades for a specific game.
The Rangers are offering a limited number of seat upgrades in five different ticket categories at the following prices:
Lower Box & Lower Infield (Sections 14-38)--$25 per ticket
Club Level (Sections 217-235)--$20 per ticket
Corner Box/Lower Reserved (Sections10-13 and 39-42)--$15 per ticket
Experience and MLB Advanced Media, L.P. (MLBAM), the interactive media and Internet company of Major League Baseball, announced a partnership in March 2013, to deliver seat and experience upgrade technology at participating ballparks. For more information, please visit MLB.com.
Experience is the fan experience technology company dedicated to ensuring fans have an incredible time at live events. With Experience, fans can easily upgrade their seats and participate in other unique game day experiences all from their mobile device at sporting or other live events. Experience is available today with professional and collegiate sports teams nationwide and is the official upgrade partner of MLB.com. To find out if your favorite team offers Experience, visit findexp.com; follow us on Twitter @ExpApp or Facebook at facebook.com/ExpApp.
This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.