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Bag Policy

The health and safety of our fans, employees and players is the Seattle Mariners top priority. The updated bag policy will speed up entry to the ballpark and minimize staff-to-fan cross contamination.

  • No bags allowed during COVID-19 restrictions to speed up entry to the ballpark and minimize staff-to-fan cross contamination.
  • Exceptions will be made for medically necessary items, single compartment diaper bags (child must be present) or clutch sized purses that do not exceed 4 ½” x 6 ½”.

We try to make getting into T-Mobile Park as seamless and fan-friendly as possible. We have also instituted several protocols around health and safety. Here are a few things to know before you come out to the ballpark.

What time do gates open?
All gates to T-Mobile Park are open two hours before first pitch.

Can I bring a bag into T-Mobile Park?
During COVID-19 restrictions, no bags are allowed in T-Mobile Park. This policy will significantly reduce chances for fan-to-staff cross contamination. The only exception is for a small clutch sized purse (not to exceed 4 ½ x 6 ½"). Diaper bags, accompanied by children, will be permitted as long as they are single compartment and 16" x 16" x 8" or smaller. Bags may be returned to vehicles or stored in outside, paid lockers.

Can I bring in food?
During COVID-19 restrictions, guests are not permitted to bring outside food into the ballpark. Concessions with pre-packaged food and beverages are available for fan purchase inside T-Mobile Park.

Can I bring in a blanket?
Yes, blankets are okay to bring into the stadium.

Can I exit T-Mobile Park and come back in?
Guests are not permitted to re-enter the ballpark once they leave. In case of an emergency, re-entry permission may only be granted by an Event Security Captain or Gate Host Captain. All Guests who re-enter the facility will be subject to security re-inspection.

Can I bring in water?
Fans are permitted to bring in one factory sealed bottle of water or empty plastic reusable bottle 32 ounce or less in size. Non-sealed water bottles, reusable metal or glass bottles, or any bottle larger than 32 ounces in size is prohibited.

Can I bring in a camera? Knife? What items are prohibited?
For everyone's safety, the following items are not allowed during Mariners games. For non-Mariner events the additional prohibited items may be added, please contact T-Mobile Park for additional information.

  • Aerosol containers/bottles (i.e. hair spray, sunscreen, shaving cream, air freshener, spray paint, etc.)
  • Alcoholic beverages and non-alcoholic beer; including but not limited to bottles, cans, airline bottles, shooters, flasks and zip top bags
  • Aluminum or metal containers, including but not limited to cans, cups, bottles, flasks, urns or thermoses.
  • Ammunition
  • Animals (other than service animals)
  • Audio recording devices
  • Bags. During COVID-19 restrictions, bags are not allowed inside T-Mobile Park. Exceptions are for small clutch purses (no larger than 4 ½" x 6 ½") and single compartment diaper bags (must be accompanied by a child) and must be no larger than 16" x 16" X 8." Bags given away (such as Mariners Kids Club member packs) or purchased inside of T-Mobile Park during the game or event will be tagged and permitted for the date of purchase only. Please note that the item may be held for pickup upon exit.
  • Balloons, beach balls and other inflatable items
  • Baseball bats; provided, however, that on the day of the purchase, baseball bats purchased inside of T-Mobile Park during the game or event will be tagged and permitted for the date of purchase only. Please note that the item may be held for pickup upon exit.
  • Beverages. Fans are allowed to bring in one factory sealed plastic bottle of water 32 ounces or less. Soda, coffee or other beverages are not allowed.
  • Brooms
  • Chairs, stools or bleacher seat backs containing metal
  • Cameras and equipment - Cameras 6 inches or less in length with lens extended, professional cameras, video cameras, tripods, monopods, extendable gimbals and selfie sticks.
  • Coolers - hard sided and Styrofoam coolers, hard plastic inserts for soft coolers, backpack coolers.
  • Drones
  • Firecrackers or fireworks
  • Flag poles or sticks - PVC, wood or other types of materials
  • Flammable liquids or substances
  • Flasks
  • Food from outside may not be brought into T-Mobile Park due to COVID-19 restrictions.
  • Glass or ceramic containers, including but not limited to cups, bottles, flasks, bowls, dishes, etc.
  • Hoverboards/skateboards/roller skates/roller blades
  • Illegal substances
  • Laser pointers
  • Luggage or duffle bags of any kind
  • Noisemakers
  • Obscene, offensive, or indecent clothing
  • Self-defense sprays (including mace, pepper or bear spray)
  • Selfie sticks, extendable camera gimbals.
  • Signs or banners with non-sporting messaging
  • Toy guns or knives, including water guns
  • Weapons of any kind - guns, knives, metal tools, brass or plastic knuckles, stun guns, Tasers, cork screws, box cutters, razor blades, scissors, etc.
  • Wrapped packages or objects

T-Mobile Park may modify our prohibited item policy without notice and reserves the right to deny any item that is deemed dangerous or inappropriate.

What is the security procedure like at T-Mobile Park?
T-Mobile Park staff are positioned outside to provide assistance with the entry process. Guests will pass through walk through metal detectors. It is not necessary to remove cell phones, car keys or coins from pockets. If secondary screening is necessary, it will consist of a manual screen with a hand-held metal detector. Guests that are unable to undergo a metal detection searched due to medical reasons will be screened with a hand-held wand.

Can I bring a stroller? What about a wheelchair?
Strollers, wheelchairs and other mobility products are allowed inside T-Mobile Park. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we will ask guests to fill out their own claim tickets when storing their stroller or wheelchair.