Cardinals Game of Thrones Theme Night Includes an Awesome T-Shirt


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Forget winter, summer is coming and so are all of those awesome Cardinals theme nights at Busch Stadium.

All of St. Louis is hyped on the beginning of baseball season and the Cardinals are offering a little something extra for Fredbird’s first week of games at home: a Game of Thrones theme night.

Scheduled for the April 9 match-up against the LA Dodgers, this Tuesday night game is specially designed for GoT-heads who lust after new ways to display their civic pride and their love of the popular HBO series. With the purchase of a theme ticket, Cards fans get a voucher to pick up a baby blue souvenir shirt.

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On the shirt, Westeros and Essos seem to resemble Missouri and Illinois, with the Mississippi River playing the role of the Narrow Sea as the renamed “Narrow River.” St. Louis is marked as “Redbird Keep” and the entire area is cleverly named “Mid-Westeros.”

Tickets to this game start at just $19 (which is less than you’d pay for most t-shirts, anyway), but you must buy a themed ticket to get the shirt. Vouchers for shirts may be redeemed on game night at the Budweiser Terrace Theme Tickets kiosk, across from Section 431, from 5:15 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
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