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Macy's Day at the Ballpark 2014

Macy's Day at the Ballpark returns this summer as part of the retailer's "American Icons" campaign, to celebrate one of the most cherished American pastimes of all - baseball. Beginning May 21, 2014 when shopping select Macy's stores for Father's Day, customers can score a pair of tickets to a local baseball game in celebration of "Macy's Day at the Ballpark" on Saturday, June 1, 2014. To thank dad for all that he does, shop Macy's and macys.com for thoughtful gifts for his special day including unique gadgets, stylish apparel and the hottest tools for the grilling season.

Find the hottest gifts for Dad this Father's Day at macys.com/giftguide. For more information about Macy's Day at the Ballpark and to find a participating location near you, visit macys.com/americanicons.

Macy's Day at the Ballpark

Leading up to Father's Day celebrations, Macy's is proud to offer a chance to take Dad to see his favorite pastime, Macy's Day at the Ballpark. Now in its second year, customers who shop at select Macy's stores beginning May 21 will have an opportunity to score a pair of tickets to a Minor League Baseball game taking place on June 1, after making a qualifying men's purchase, while supplies last. Fans can experience Macy's Day at the Ballpark at 60 Minor League Baseball games nationwide through game-day giveaways, scoreboard features and live announcements. For additional details on Macy's Day at the Ballpark events, visit macys.com/americanicons.

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