Mariners 2021 Opening Night sold out
Tickets are available for remaining 10 games of the first two homestands
The limited inventory of 9,000 tickets available for the Seattle Mariners Opening Night game on April 1 is sold out.
Tickets are still available for the remaining 10 games in the first two homestands, including:
- San Francisco Giants -- April 2-3;
- Chicago White Sox-- April 5-7;
- Houston Astros-- April 16-18;
- Los Angeles Dodgers --April 19-20.
Fans will have access to purchase the remaining tickets beginning at 10:00am Thursday only at Mariners.com/Tickets.
- Tickets are available in small, socially distanced pods of 1-6 fans who are members of the same household.
- No printed tickets are available. All tickets are digital in order to reduce contact and opportunities for cross-contamination between fans and staff. Information about digital tickets is available at Mariners.com/DigitalTickets.
- Tickets for future games will be made available as local regulations about capacity for outdoor venues evolve.
Season Ticket Memberships
Mariners Season Ticket Members receive priority access to available tickets before they are offered to single-game buyers. Fans can reserve their priority access by becoming a Season Ticket Member. Flex Memberships are available now starting as low as $600. More information is available by calling 206-346-4001 and at Mariners.com/21.
Mariners Mail Subscribers
Fans can also receive priority access to tickets before they go on sale to single-game buyers by signing up for Mariners Mail, a regular email update with news and information about the team, special events and offers. Registration is free at Mariners.com/Mail. Subscribers will have priority access to tickets for future games as they become available.
Health & Safety Measures
Since T-Mobile Park closed to fans prior to the start of the 2020 season, the Mariners have revamped operations to meet or exceed industry standards in response to COVID-19. Science-based health and safety protocols have been guided by input from public health and medical experts including CDC, DHHS, the World Health Organization as well as University of Washington Health Metrics & Evaluation and Virginia Mason Franciscan Health, the Seattle Mariners “Partners in Health.”
Enhanced cleaning protocols use the latest technology and disinfection products that are certified to target suspected or known presence of COVID-19.
The Mariners have received Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC) STAR™ Facility certification for T-Mobile Park, a performance-based outbreak prevention, response and recovery accreditation for mitigating risks associated with the virus responsible for COVID-19.
This season, fans will find several new policies and procedures in place to protect health and safety:
- Security Screening – To speed up entry to the ballpark, and to minimize staff-to-fan cross contamination, no bags and no outside food will be allowed in the ballpark until further notice.
- Cashless Transactions – All points of sale at T-Mobile Park will accept only debit and credit cards, gift cards and mobile payments such as Apple Pay and Google Pay. Fans who do not have mobile pay, debit or credit cards can use ReadySTATION® kiosks located around T-Mobile Park to convert cash into Mastercard® prepaid debit cards.
- Streamlined Menu Offerings – Mariners hospitality partner Centerplate has updated ballpark menu offerings to focus on individually packaged items.
- Masks – All guests aged two and older, as well as staff, are required to wear masks that cover both the nose and mouth. Masks are required at all times except when actively eating or drinking.
For more information about health and safety practices and new protocols for entry and guest experience at T-Mobile Park log onto Mariners.com/Safety.