Fully vaccinated fans no longer required to wear masks at Mariners games at T-Mobile Park
Beginning today, fully vaccinated fans attending Seattle Mariners games at T-Mobile Park are no longer required to wear masks. This change brings ballpark protocols into alignment with recently announced Centers for Disease Control and state of Washington guidelines for fully vaccinated individuals.
Fans who show proof of vaccination will receive a wristband when they enter through the Center Field or Right Field Gate, or when they check in at the vaccine-only seating sections. The wristband verifies that they are permitted to go mask-free while in the ballpark.
Maskless fans who do not have wristbands may be asked to produce proof of vaccination.
Vaccinated Seating Sections
Vaccine-only seating sections will continue to be available through June 2. Tickets start as low as $10. These special seating sections and nine private suites are open only to fully vaccinated adults and children between the ages of 2-16 who show proof of a negative COVID-19 test. Social distancing is not required in the locations.
Vaccination Appreciation Week Continues
During the series against the Detroit Tigers, May 17-19, fans who show proof they are fully vaccinated, whether they are seated in the special sections or not, will be able to access the following exclusive game day amenities:
- Dedicated vaccine-only entry lanes at Right Field and Center Field Gates;
- Exclusive access to the T-Mobile ‘Pen, which had been closed to all fans due to social distancing requirements, and the Trident Deck on the View Level;
- 20% off food and beverage purchases and regular priced merchandise at the Mariners Team Store (excludes autographed and game used items);
- Exclusive Mariners #SeaUsRise t-shirt.
They’re also eligible for prizes to be drawn at random during games. Prizes include T-Mobile 5G devices with one year of T-Mobile service, Alaska Airlines roundtrip travel for two, Microsoft Xbox video game consoles, Costco gift cards, Nordstrom $500 gift cards, Stylist consultation and lunch at a Nordstrom restaurant.
Proof of Vaccination
Fully vaccinated is defined as at least 14 days past the final dose of a two-dose vaccine or the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
The following is acceptable as proof of full vaccination:
- Vaccination card which includes the name of the person, type of vaccine and date of last dose;
- Photo of a vaccination card as a separate document or on a mobile device;
- Documentation of vaccination from a health care provider’s electronic health record or state Immunization Information System record.
Proof of Negative COVID-19 Test
The following is acceptable as proof of negative COVID-19 test:
- Printed document from the test provider or laboratory;
- Email or text message displayed on a mobile device from the test provider or laboratory.
Proof of a negative test must include the name of the person, type of test performed and date of the negative test.
- For PCR tests, the negative result must be within the prior 72 hours;
- For antigen tests, the negative result must be within the prior 24 hours.
T-Mobile Park Pop-Up Vaccine Clinics
For those fans who have not yet received a COVID-19 vaccine, the Mariners are partnering with Virginia Mason Franciscan Health and the City of Seattle to offer free vaccines during games at T-Mobile Park. Vaccines are available without an appointment at three locations inside the ballpark. Clinics are staffed by Seattle Fire Department EMS personnel with support from VMFH health care professionals.
Eligible fans have the choice of the two-dose Pfizer or single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Those receiving their first dose will be able to receive their second shot at one of the City of Seattle’s community vaccination sites, no appointment necessary.
For more information about the special vaccination sections and rewards, please log onto Mariners.com/Vaccinated.