I’m very close with my fam, so I frequently share things you can do with your parents in the city. We went on a tour of Eastern State Penitentiary, and more recently, I wrote about how to spend a weekend with your parents in Philly. I also have done plenty of mother/daughter city dates, like Mother’s Day Tea and some Restaurant Week dinners, but mainly just shopping at Anthropologie and finding places that serve orange vodka (this is an inside joke for my family – hi guys!).
And that leaves my pops, at home and very sad, because my dad loves Philly. So when the Flyers asked me if I wanted to attend a game, I knew my dad would be the perfect guest. In my experience, dads love beer, meat, and hanging with their daughters. And while the Flyers certainly like to keep us on our toes with their record, attending a game is always fun. To wrap up the year, the Flyers have some pretty cool ticket promotions going on, and they would be a perfect occasion to bring your pops to the city for a father/daughter date.
The first is the Bud Light Tuesday Pack, which my father and I will be enjoying next month. It includes a lower lever ($95+/ticket) or mezzanine ($55+/ticket) seat, a very large (24oz) domestic beverage, and . . . wait for it: a hot dog (aka the perfect game day supplies for young women who wish it was socially acceptable to order a hot dog on say, a Flyers date, but know they can with their dad because he won’t judge). The remaining Tuesday night games this season are February 17th, March 3rd & March 10th, so snatch up those tix.
The second promotion is the Xfinity Live! Thursday Night Pack. If you’ve never been to Xfinity, your dad will probably love it. This pack includes the same ticket breakdown, along with a free appetizer (to get you pumped up before the game), post-game beverage, and a $10 Xfinity gift card. The remaining Thursday night games are February 19th & March 5th.
So call up your dad and tell him to clear his schedule, because the two of you are hitting the town (well, South Philly). Have fun, ladies!
Disclosure: I received free tickets to an upcoming Flyers game. All opinions are my own.