Saturday, May 20, 2017

Age is just a number you can change at will

For as long as I can remember, I have signed up my son for the White Sox Kids Club. Per the rules, you can have up to 5 free kids membership per household, for children 13 and under. Sure, he's 24 and lives in Colorado. And with the way I sign him up, I should really enter his name as Benjamin Button.

Don't forget the zip+4 entry!
Free is free. In all the years, we have never taken advantage of the couple free tickets the membership sends. I really just like the freebies, which have included cards in the past. Earlier this week, I got the 2017 membership in my mailbox. Let's have a quick look.


White Sox Mascot....er....Southpaw welcomes your child to the club. The membership this year mailed in a standard #10 envelope. Love how they integrate the S from "south" into the P of Southpaw's autograph.


The rest of the free membership has some temporary tattoos and two bumper stickers. If you look close, the stickers are die cut around the design. That's a nice touch.

So no baseball cards in the kid's membership this year. I'll have to hit the game on August 11th to snag some of those.


(side note: This video fit the post, but my real thoughts on Ted can be found at this link.)

5 comments:

  1. I've thought about signing my dog and cat up for the Tigers Kid Club. Should have done it a long time ago!

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  2. Your son is a kid at heart. Years ago, I sent a bunch of requests for team fan packs... and I'm pretty sure the White Sox and Red Sox were the only two teams to respond.

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  3. I just tried a new experiment with fan packs this year. I'll post about it. I've received nice little fan packs from the Sox in the past. Here's one
    http://canthavetoomanycards.blogspot.com/2011/07/fan-pack-fun-2012.html

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  4. Free stickers! Sounds like a winner to me!

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