Fan-favorite 'Twins Pass' monthly ticket package now available
2023 ‘Twins Pass’ available now through April 7 at the discounted rate of $49 per month; Fans receive Ballpark Access tickets to 80 Twins home games for just $3.68 per game
MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, MN – Again delivering a flexible and affordable way to watch Byron Buxton, Carlos Correa, Jhoan Duran and the Minnesota Twins at Target Field all season long, the club today announced that the 2023 “Twins Pass” monthly ticket package is available now at twins.com/twinspass or by calling 1-800-33-TWINS. Fans must purchase by April 7 to receive a Ballpark Access ticket for 80 Twins regular season home games from April through September (all except the April 6 Home Opener) at a special, discounted rate of $49 per month – equating to just $3.68 per game.
Twins Pass ticket holders can watch a game from any of Target Field’s wide variety of outdoor and indoor social spaces, located from foul pole to foul pole and on all levels of the ballpark. Fans also have the option to upgrade on a game-by-game basis into select seat locations, should they choose.
Game tickets will be delivered to fans directly via their mobile devices using the MLB Ballpark app, with a limit of five per customer. Twins Pass holders are eligible to receive gate giveaways.
The monthly fee increases to $54 for those who purchase a Twins Pass between April 8 and May 29, with their plan covering May through September only; beginning May 30, Twins Pass is $59 and covers June through September.
2023 Schedule Highlights
The Twins are set to play 16 home games in April (including Opening Weekend games against the defending World Series champion Houston Astros from April 6-9 and the New York Yankees from April 24-26); 12 in May (featuring a 3-game weekend series vs. the Toronto Blue Jays from May 26-28); 14 in June (including a 4-game set against the Cleveland Guardians from June 1-4 and 4 vs. the Boston Red Sox from June 19-22); 12 in July (highlighted by a 4th of July series with the Kansas City Royals); 15 in August (led by Twins Hall of Fame Weekend – including the induction ceremony for Joe Mauer – vs. the Arizona Diamondbacks from August 4-6); and 12 in September (featuring Fan Appreciation Weekend against Shohei Ohtani and the Los Angeles Angels from September 22-24).
The Twins’ 2023 home slate also features 41 of the 81 games between Memorial Day and Labor Day, while Major League Baseball’s new schedule format means Target Field visits from National League opponents the Washington Nationals (April 21-23), San Diego Padres (May 9-11), Chicago Cubs (May 12-14), San Francisco Giants (May 22-24), Milwaukee Brewers (June 13-14), Arizona Diamondbacks (August 4-6), Pittsburgh Pirates (August 18-20) and New York Mets (September 8-10).