Meagan Murray, Director of Premium Services, brings a wealth of food and beverage experience and knowledge to the Premium Services Department at T-Mobile Park. She has more than 12 years experience in the hospitality industry including restaurants, bars, and fine dining, to special events, catering, & sports hospitality. Meagan is committed to providing the ultimate guest experience and has been recognized throughout her career for quality food excellence, presentation, organization, creativity and flawless execution of catered events. In addition to the Diamond Club, Meagan oversees all Premium areas and catering events for Centerplate.
Menus for March 26 – April 1 will be posted in mid-March.
Diamond Club Members and guests have the option to enter the ballpark 15 minutes early through the Media Entry. This shared entry for Diamond Club Members and members of the Media is located just across the street from the Mariners Garage, making access to the Diamond Club even more direct.
To inquire about purchasing additional seats or to request accessible seating, please reach out to your dedicated account representative, email [email protected] or call (206) 346-4001.
Re-Entry is not allowed at T-Mobile Park. Fans can no longer scan out and re-enter later with the same ticket. This change in policy brings T-Mobile Park in line with the majority of other MLB facilities and in compliance with MLB recommended best practices for fan safety. Fans are reminded to give themselves plenty of time to pass through bag check and walk-through metal detectors at security checkpoints at all gates.
Bag Size Restrictions
Bags are restricted to 16" x 16" x 8". No oversized bags will be allowed inside T-Mobile Park. A paid locker service is available on the plaza next to the Mariners Garage.
T-Mobile Park has two CLEAR Lanes to expedite entry at the Home Plate Gate and Left Field Gate. Registration is free, takes only a few minutes and fans can begin using the CLEAR Lanes immediately after signing up.
It is now okay to bring in one, sealed, clear plastic water bottle per fan. The bottles must be 32 ounces or smaller. Open containers, or bottles containing other drinks, are still prohibited.