Seattle Mariners

"Pacific Northwest's Pride in Major League."

Seattle Mariners Tickets and Seats

Best Seats for a Seattle Mariners Game

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May 17

Fri . 07:05 PM

Seattle Mariners at Baltimore Orioles

Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore, MD

May 18

Sat . 04:05 PM

Seattle Mariners at Baltimore Orioles

Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore, MD

May 19

Sun . 01:35 PM

Seattle Mariners at Baltimore Orioles

Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore, MD

May 24

Fri . 06:45 PM

Seattle Mariners at Washington Nationals

Nationals Park, Washington, DC

May 25

Sat . 04:05 PM

Seattle Mariners at Washington Nationals

Nationals Park, Washington, DC

May 26

Sun . 01:35 PM

Seattle Mariners at Washington Nationals

Nationals Park, Washington, DC

Upcoming Events Calendar

Feb 25

Sun . 03:10 PM

Spring Training: Cleveland Guardians at Seattle Mariners

Peoria Sports Complex, Peoria, AZ

Feb 26

Mon . 03:05 PM

Spring Training (Split Squad): Seattle Mariners at Cincinnati Reds

Goodyear Ballpark, Goodyear, AZ

Feb 27

Tue . 03:05 PM

Spring Training: Seattle Mariners at San Francisco Giants

Scottsdale Stadium, Scottsdale, AZ

Feb 28

Wed . 03:10 PM

Spring Training: Kansas City Royals at Seattle Mariners

Peoria Sports Complex, Peoria, AZ

Feb 29

Thu . 03:10 PM

Spring Training (Split Squad): Chicago White Sox at Seattle Mariners

Peoria Sports Complex, Peoria, AZ

Mar 01

Fri . 03:10 PM

Spring Training: Seattle Mariners at Colorado Rockies

Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, Scottsdale, AZ

Mar 02

Sat . 03:10 PM

Spring Training: Oakland Athletics at Seattle Mariners

Peoria Sports Complex, Peoria, AZ

Mar 03

Sun . 03:10 PM

Spring Training: Seattle Mariners at San Diego Padres

Peoria Sports Complex, Peoria, AZ

Mar 05

Tue . 03:05 PM

Spring Training (Split Squad): Seattle Mariners at Cleveland Guardians

Goodyear Ballpark, Goodyear, AZ

Mar 05

Tue . 03:10 PM

Spring Training (Split Squad): Texas Rangers at Seattle Mariners

Peoria Sports Complex, Peoria, AZ
The Seattle Mariners play their home games at T-Mobile Park, a stadium with a retractable roof that guarantees you'll enjoy baseball regardless of Seattle's unpredictable weather. While the park can seat around 47,000 fans, not all seats are created equal. For a premium experience, aim for the Diamond Club seats behind home plate. They're the best seats if you're looking for luxury and an excellent view of the field. These premium spots will cost you though—expect to pay upwards of $250 per ticket.

Seattle's baseball history is checkered with ups and downs. They've made the playoffs only a handful of times, with their 116-win season in 2001 standing out as a high-water mark. Unfortunately, they haven't been to the postseason since. However, past performance doesn't mute the energy in the park when they face their divisional rivals like the Houston Astros or the Oakland Athletics. These matchups tend to fill up the stadium, making ticket selection more competitive.

For those wanting a balance between cost and quality, the Terrace Club seats are a good compromise. Elevated above field level and running from first to third base, they offer a balanced view and usually range from $50 to $80. The Main and Club Level seats follow closely, offering decent sightlines and an average ticket price of $40 to $70.

Seattle's lineup has faced many teams outside their division in interleague play. Classic games against National League teams like the New York Mets and the San Francisco Giants have kept fans engaged and offered variety. It's worth noting that interleague games often draw crowds keen to see something out of the ordinary, so plan your ticket purchase accordingly.

The budget-conscious should not despair; you can still catch a Mariners game without breaking the bank. The 300-level seats, often referred to as the "View Level," offer tickets for as low as $20. Sure, you'll be higher up, but you'll still feel the ballpark's energy. Meanwhile, if you're going all out, suites can go for as much as $3,000 but come with a host of amenities, including in-suite catering and VIP parking.

Family outings have their place here too. The Mariners offer value games where certain sections are discounted, making it feasible for families to enjoy a game without worrying too much about the expense. Keep an eye out for promotions and package deals; sometimes they bundle tickets with food vouchers or team merchandise, offering a complete experience at a discounted rate.

A not-so-obvious tip is considering the time of the week when buying tickets. Weekend games, especially during summer, are more costly compared to weekday games. Timing your visit to coincide with a weekday game against a less popular team could save you a significant amount.

Your priorities will dictate your ideal seating location—whether it's proximity to the field, access to amenities, or simply the cost. Options abound at T-Mobile Park, from the pinnacle of luxury to the accessible enjoyment of America’s pastime. Take your pick and enjoy the game.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Who was the first Seattle Mariners player to be inducted into the Hall of Fame?
The first Mariners player inducted into the Hall of Fame was Ken Griffey Jr.
Have the Mariners ever played in a World Series?
No, the Mariners have yet to appear in a World Series.
Who holds the record for the most home runs in a single season for the Mariners?
Ken Griffey Jr. holds the record with 56 home runs in 1997 and 1998.
What is the name of the Mariners' mascot?
The Mariners' mascot is named Mariner Moose.
Who was the longest-serving manager for the Mariners?
Lou Piniella was the longest-serving manager, leading the team from 1993 to 2002.

Interesting Information about Seattle Mariners

  • Non-American Owner: The Mariners were the first MLB team to have a majority non-American owner, Hiroshi Yamauchi of Nintendo fame.
  • Logo Trivia: The compass rose in the Mariners' logo points northwest, a nod to the team's Pacific Northwest location.
  • Ken Griffey Jr.: Ken Griffey Jr. was the first player in history to hit a home run in his first at-bat at the Kingdome and T-Mobile Park.
  • No Pennants: Despite their history and popularity, the Mariners are one of only two MLB franchises that have never won a pennant.
  • Dual Sport Stadium: Initially, the Kingdome, Mariners' first home, was built to accommodate both baseball and football games.