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Griffins offer ‘puck pass’ payment plan for season tickets

The Grand Rapids Griffins are employing a unique installment plan for season-ticket packages:

The Grand Rapids Griffins and Lake Michigan Credit Union have partnered for the 2013-14 season to bring back the LMCU Puck Pass, allowing fans to buy season tickets now and pay later.

The option is available to both new and renewing season-ticket holders. Fans can purchase their full-season, 20-game or 10-game ticket plans and delay payment with a low interest loan over equal monthly installments.

“Since our Calder Cup victory, we’ve received a steady stream of fans and businesses contacting us regarding our ticket plans for the 2013-14 season,” said Matt Batchelder, the Griffins’ senior director of ticket sales. “Through Puck Pass, fans can enjoy the benefit of no payments for 60 days, plus low monthly payments spread over the course of 10 months. The entire process is fast and easy. Simply call the Griffins to lock in your ticket package and seat location, and then apply for the Puck Pass online or at any LMCU branch.”

Additional details about the pass can be found in-person at any LMCU branch or by contacting a Griffins ticket sales representative at (616) 774-4585.

Founded in 1933, Lake Michigan Credit Union is the largest financial institution headquartered in West Michigan, with over 253,000 members and assets exceeding $2.9 billion. LMCU has 32 locations and 92 ATMs across the state and offers a full range of financial services.

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