The health and safety of our fans, employees and players is the Seattle Mariners top priority. We are committed to all necessary actions to ensure that T-Mobile Park meets or exceeds all industry best practices in response to COVID-19.

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Health & Safety

Are masks required?
No, masks are not required in any indoor and outdoor areas of T-Mobile Park regardless of vaccine status.

Are temperature checks or other health screening measures required before entering T-Mobile Park?
Fans are not required to undergo temperature checks or other health screening. Fans are expected to monitor their own health conditions and stay home if they are sick or believe they may have been exposed to COVID-19, or as otherwise required by the Fan Health Promise at mariners.com/ticketback. All staff members at T-Mobile Park are required to undergo health screening before entering the ballpark

Are there COVID-19 testing/vaccination requirements for entry to T-Mobile Park?
Fans are not required to be fully vaccinated or provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test for entry to T-Mobile Park.

Is hand sanitizer available?
There are over 300 hand sanitizer dispensers located throughout the ballpark. The majority of them are contactless dispensers.

Game Experience

Can I bring a bag to T-Mobile Park?
Clear plastic or vinyl bags no larger than 12” x 6” x 12” are permitted. One gallon clear plastic zip-top bags are also allowed. Security must be able to see inside and identify items to the bottom of the bag. Items may not be used to obscure the view of bag contents, including but not limited to non-clear bags, pouches, etc. Bags with interior contents obscured from view are not allowed. Small clutch bags no larger than 4.5” x 6.5” are permitted. Backpacks, multi-compartment bags, duffle bags and purses larger than 4.5”x6.5” are not permitted. Exceptions will be made for medically necessary items or single compartment diaper bags (child must be present).

Can I check my bag at the gate?
We are not able to accommodate checked bags at T-Mobile Park.

Can I leave my shoes and jacket on?
Yes. You are not required to remove your shoes or coats while going through security upon entry.

Do I have to take my keys and phone out of my pockets?
We have upgraded all the walkthrough metal detectors at T-Mobile Park. The new equipment allows guests to leave their phones, car keys, change, etc. in their pockets while passing through the metal detectors.

Are Speed Pitch, Moose Den and the kids play areas open?
The Kids Corner in the Center Field main concourse is now open.

Food & Beverage

Can I still buy food at the ballpark?
Yes, our concession stands are open to purchase your favorite ballpark food throughout the season.

Can I bring my own food into the ballpark?
Outside food is permitted in single-serving sizes. Sealed, clear plastic water bottles up to 32oz, baby bottles, beverages related to medical needs, and unopened, soft-sided single serve containers like juice boxes are permitted.

Can I eat in the Hit It Here Café?
The Hit It Here Café is now open. Please note: single-game tickets will be available for purchase three (3) weeks prior to the game date if not sold for a private event. Click here for more information

Does T-Mobile Park still accept cash for retail or concession purchases?
To speed up service and reduce cross contamination, T-Mobile Park is cashless. Credit, debit or mobile pay (such as Apple Pay or Google Pay) are accepted at all points of sale. Eight ReadySTATION® kiosks are located around T-Mobile Park to convert cash into Mastercard® prepaid debit cards. Kiosks are free to use and can load cards with any amount up to $500. The balance on cards never expires and they can be used anywhere debit cards are accepted inside or outside the ballpark.

Does T-Mobile Park offer mobile ordering for concessions?
To start, we'll offer mobile ordering for guests in the Diamond Club. The plan is to make the service available in other areas of the ballpark over time. Guests would be able to order and pay for their food and beverages via an app. They would get an alert on their mobile device when their order is ready, and pick it up from a designated contactless location.