Houston Astros Season Updates
The Astros are excited to welcome fans back to Minute Maid Park for the 2022 season. As you make your decision to come to a game, please take into consideration these guidelines.
Health and Safety Protocols
Stay Home if You’re Feeling Sick
People who have tested positive for, or displayed any signs or symptoms of, COVID-19 in the past 14 days, have been in contact with someone with COVID-19 in the past 14 days, or are at high risk of contracting the virus must stay home.
Wash and Sanitize Your Hands
Wash your hands frequently and utilize the hand sanitizer stations located throughout the stadium.
On game days, all entrances to MMP will be available for fans to use beginning two (2) hours prior to First Pitch.
Leave Your Cash at Home
MMP is cashless! Cash will not be accepted inside the stadium or at Astros-owned parking lots. To account for this, four reverse ATMs will be placed near the existing ATMs on the main concourse (2), club level (1), and upper concourse (1).
Leave Your Large Bag at Home
For everyone’s safety, bags exceeding 16” x 16” x 8” and backpacks are not permitted inside Minute Maid Park. All bags will be searched upon entry. See full Bag Policy for details.
Outside Food and Drinks
Fans can bring in one (1) clear, plastic one-gallon sized bag with outside food and one (1) factory-sealed clear plastic water bottle, no larger than one liter.
Box Office and Will Call
The Box Office will be open for ticket resolution only. All ticket sales must be conducted online or by scanning the QR code on display at the Box Office. Will Call will not be available. Ticket transfers can be completed electronically via the MLB Ballpark app or through your MyTickets account.
You can access your tickets via the MLB Ballpark app. Make sure you have downloaded and logged into the MLB Ballpark app before arriving at your gate to prevent delays.