The Indians And Discount Drug Team Up For “Vaccinate at the Plate”


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CLEVELAND, OH – The Cleveland Indians are partnering with Discount Drug Mart as part of Major League Baseball’s “Vaccinate at the Plate” campaign to help boost COVID-19 vaccinations across the country.

On June 30, most Discount Drug Mart locations will provide two free Upper Box tickets to a Cleveland Indians game to all individuals (12+) who receive either the first or second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

“Throughout the pandemic, our pharmacy teams have been committed to keeping our communities safe,” SVP of Pharmacy at Discount Drug Mart Pete Ratycz said. “It’s been a privilege to have an active role in providing care within our neighborhoods. We are excited to work with the Cleveland Indians on this timely vaccination campaign.”

“MLB Vaccinate At The Plate” is taking place throughout June 2021 with all 30 clubs offering incentives to unvaccinated fans. Each MLB club is hosting at least one event in which unvaccinated fans are receiving a free ticket to a game if they get a COVID-19 vaccination shot.

The two Cleveland Indians tickets can be redeemed for any September 2021 Cleveland Indians games from Sunday – Thursday. Tickets are mobile-only and cannot be resold. All tickets must be redeemed by Sept. 26, 2021.

Fans can find more information about the program and participating Discount Drug Mart locations HERE

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