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09/16/2005 2:30 PM ET
Brewers exhaust ticket supply for "All Fans Free" game at Miller Park on Sept. 29
Fans take full advantage of opportunity as tickets are "sold out" in 24 hours
tickets for any Major League Baseball game
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MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Brewers today announced that no tickets remain for the club's September 29 home game after more than 25,000 free tickets were distributed to fans in the last 24 hours.

"The response to this promotion has been beyond what we had expected," said Rick Schlesinger, Brewers Executive Vice President - Business Operations. "We were down to single seats last night and by this morning the game was officially 'sold out.'"

The "All Fans Free" promotion was announced yesterday and fans were able to secure their free tickets at the Box Office, by phone and through the Internet. This marks the first time in team history that the Brewers offered free tickets to all fans for a regular season game.

Fans and season seatholders who purchased tickets for the September 29th game should use those tickets to attend. Season seatholders and fans that purchased their tickets via the Brewers phone center or through the internet will be mailed a voucher that can be exchanged for a comparable ticket to any April home game in 2006 (excluding Opening Day). Fans who had purchased tickets at the Miller Park Box Office may visit the Box Office to pick up their voucher.

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