Debbie's Deals: Colorado Rockies discount ticket deals for 2013 season

DENVER - It's baseball season and seeing the Colorado Rockies play at Coors Field is always a treat.

But tickets can get pricey, so here are a few ways save money on tickets:

-- Rockpile. The cheapest tickets are still the Rockpile -- a special section in the outfield stands. Adult Rockpile tickets are $4, kids 12 and under and seniors 55 and older are $1. There is a four-ticket limit per person per game for the $4 tickets and a two-ticket limit per person per game for the $1 tickets. The $1 tickets are only available for purchase at Coors Field and the child and/or senior must be present when you buy the tickets. On the day of the game, Rockpile tickets are sold beginning 2 1/2 hours prior to game time at the Rockpile Ticket Office located near Gate A.

A limited number of Rockpile tickets are available for advance purchase for all home games at the Coors Field Ticket Office, all King Soopers, select City Markets and Colorado Rockies Dugout stores or by calling 1-800-388-ROCK or online. Again, the $1 Rockpile tickets may only be purchased at the Coors Field Ticket Office.

- Rollback games. The Rockies are rolling back ticket prices for games on May 30 and June 1. Tickets are $19.93 in the outfield box, while supplies last.

- Value pack games. If you're taking the family or a group of friends to the game, consider the Coca-Cola Value Pack. Lower level ticket packs are $79, upper level ticket packs are $59 and include: 4 tickets to the game, 4 hot dogs, 4 coke products, 1 parking ticket and 1 Rockies magazine. Value packs are available for 14 games this season:

- Rock Social. Follow the Rockies on social media like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and get center field concourse tickets for $14 (instead of $27) to certain Rock Social games. There will also be prize giveaways for Rock Social fans at Rock Social games. Learn more:

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