Phillies team store to re-open with new guidelines on July 6

New Era Philadelphia Phillies hats (Photo by Brian Garfinkel/Getty Images)
New Era Philadelphia Phillies hats (Photo by Brian Garfinkel/Getty Images) /

Phillies fans can receive an Opening Day headband with every purchase

Opening Day is three weeks away, and fans of the new-look Philadelphia Phillies who may want to purchase exclusive team gear ahead of the 60-game sprint will finally get the chance to do so, in-person.

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On Monday, July 6, the Phillies will re-open their New Era Team Store at Citizens Bank Park to the public with new safety guidelines in place. Open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., no more than 25 visitors may enter the store at one time, and must keep six feet apart, to help with social distancing.

Also, face coverings or masks are mandatory for guests, who will be subject to body temperature screenings before entering. The Phillies encourage non-contact payment of credit or debit card.

As part of its opening amid summer camp and ahead of the 60-game season, the store will feature several specials, including a free Opening Day headband with every purchase, while supplies last.

Since its rebrand from its former Majestic name last season, the store has become known to feature a wide selection of Phillies apparel and souvenirs, including the largest New Era hat wall in sports, an in-house custom jersey lettering, Phillies Authentics game-used collectibles and authenticated memorabilia.

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With new players set to don red pinstripes this coming season, such as Didi Gregorius and Zack Wheeler, as well as top prospects Alec Bohm and Spencer Howard currently among the team’s player pool, there are plenty of gear options to choose from or customize as the team embarks in its new era under manager Joe Girardi later this month.

The store is located adjacent to the Third Base Gate at the corner of Citizens Bank Way and Pattison Avenue.