Proposing to your significant other in the middle of Yankee Stadium in New York City is one thing but doing so with the help of officials and getting a message on one of the big screens is a whole different beast. With the necessary planning you can get your proposal onto either the big screen scoreboard in center field or the Zales fan marquee in right-center field.
Call guest services at Yankee Stadium at 718-579-4464.
Inform the customer service representative you speak with that you will be proposing at Yankee Stadium. Provide them with the exact date of the game you will be attending where the proposal will take place. You will also need to provide the first and last name of the person you will be proposing to.
Pay the $100.00 message fee by credit card over the phone (for a message appearing on the Pepsi Fan marquee in right-center field). If you are paying by check, that check must be made out to "New York Yankees Foundation." Once paid, you will be informed of exactly when your message will appear on the fan marquee. Watch the scoreboard during that inning for your message to appear and be prepared to propose when it does.
Tips & Warnings
- Yankee Stadium can only accommodate up to 10 messages per game on the Pepsi Fan Marquee sign and operate on a first come, first serve basis.
- Photo Credit Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images
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