Boston Sox & Lagers
- 2 seats on the Green Monster during a 2019 Boston Red Sox regular season game
- Exclusive tour and tasting for 2 at the Samuel Adams® Brewery in Boston
- 3-night stay in a standard guest room at a downtown Boston hotel
- Round-trip coach class airfare for 2 within the 48 contiguous U.S. to Boston, MA
- Giveback XP booking & travel services
Ballparks these days are designed to be tourist destinations, but Fenway Park has always been that for baseball and ballpark connoisseurs. Make your way up the steps to get your hand stamped for the Monster Seat section, and be a part of Major League Baseball history!
Boston Red Sox Green Monster Seats
Enjoy two seats on the famous Green Monster. Considered by many fans to be the most highly sought-after seat in baseball, this section on Fenway’s infamous 37-foot high, 231-foot long left-field wall puts you on top of the action. Enjoy a panoramic view of the field, both dugouts and the bullpens — and first crack at any homers drilled into the Monster section. Bring your glove! Valid for 2019 regular season games, subject to availability. Excludes Opening Day and New York Yankees series, subject to change.
Samuel Adams® Brewery
Enjoy a unique 1-hour small group behind-the-scenes tour and tasting for two at Samuel Adams Brewery, subject to availability. Your guide will be a staff member who will explain the brewing process used to make this craft beer. Sample a few of the award winning beers, including exclusive tastings not available to the general public. Depending on the brewing schedule on the day of your tour, you may have access to some off-limit areas such as the Barrel Room. Note: Tours available on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Not available on holiday weekends.
In 1984, Jim Koch started The Boston Beer Company on a shoestring budget. No one had heard of high-quality, full-flavored American Beer. He believed in his beer and believed that with a little luck people would try Samuel Adams and come to love it. Against the odds, a movement began and the American craft beer revolution was born.
NOTE: Minimum legal drinking age is 21.