Here are several ways to save on single tickets to Seattle Mariners home games. Note that children two years of age and under do not require a ticket to attend a game, provided they sit on the lap of an accompanying adult. Once a child turns three, they will need their own ticket to enter the ballpark. Most of these are advance ticket purchases; prices increase day of game.
2018 Seattle Mariners Baseball season
- March 29 – September 30, 2018.
- First home game: March 29 vs Cleveland.
- Last home game: September 30 vs Texas.
Mariners Baseball 20-game Season Ticket Plans
How you save: Flex Plan Season Ticket Holders enjoy savings over single-game prices (20%), Mariners store discounts (10%-20%), discount parking pass ($18), and early entry with discounted concessions, plus exclusive seating options, flexible exchanges, Postseason ticket opportunities and presales, Electronic Ticket Delivery, and VIP services.
- Bleacher seats are $14-$28 per ticket
- View level seats $16- $37 per ticket
- Main level seats $27-$68 per ticket
- Club level seats are $34-$57 per ticket
Select your plan, then choose your tickets for each game. On the same page, scroll down for other options, including multiple single game tickets and other flexible plans for season tickets.
Seattle Mariner Baseball discount ticket specials
(these special ticket prices usually go on sale in early March)
$16-$40 Bleacher seats, left or center field, 12 ticket limit. Price depends on game chosen.
$15-$30 BECU Value Games. New for the 2018 season, there will be 25 BECU Value Games at Safeco Field on select Sundays, weeknights and holidays. Fans can purchase select $15 Bleachers/View seats or select $30 Main/Club seats.
10% Senior Discount. Fans 60 and above get 10% off select Main, Terrace and View Level seats for all regular season home games (excluding Opening Day). Limit of one discount ticket per ID. Valid ID required. Available in-person only at Mariners Team Stores and the Safeco Field ticket office.
10$ Military Discount for select Main, Terrace and View Level seats for all Mariners regular season games (excluding Opening Day). Valid military ID required. Limit four tickets per ID. Purchase tickets in person at Mariners Team Stores and the Safeco Field Box Office, or online by verifying through GovX.
Event Specials. There are a wide variety of special events for many games throughout the season (including college nights, family game day, first responder night, guys night out, gals night out, and many more) that may include a discount off regular single game ticket prices, plus special programs, drink and food specials, or other benefits.
For a complete list of these game discounts visit the Mariners Group Event Ticket Specials.
Free Link Light Rail Ride through June 3
Your Mariners game ticket will get you a free Link light rail ride to and from Mariners home games at Safeco Field, starting three hours before the first pitch until the trains stop running at the end of the night. Just board any Link Light rail train and if you are asked by Fare Enforcement Officers to see your ticket, just show them your game-day ticket for that day (either digital or paper).
Free parking is available at Tukwila International Boulevard Station and Angle Lake Station. Commuters fill these stations early on weekdays but spaces often start opening up after 4:30 p.m. – plenty of time to get to the 7 p.m. weeknight start times. Parking is much more available on weekends at Tukwila and Angle Lake.
Sea-Tac Airport also offers a $12 game-day parking special on weekends. The Link station is connected to the parking garage at Sea-Tac Airport.
Safeco Field is a short walk from Stadium Station or fans can also use Pioneer Square or Chinatown/International District Station to catch a bite on the way to the game.
Note: the Mariners game free ride promotion is good only on Link Light rail trains, not Sounder Transit trains, or ST Express or Metro buses.
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