3/4/2013 6:26 P.M. ET
Seattle Mariners single-game tickets on sale Saturday, March 16
Special online pre-sale for registered users March 14
By / MLB.com
Single-game tickets for the 2013 Seattle Mariners season go on sale to the public at 10am on Saturday, March 16. Highlights of the 81-game home schedule include Opening Night (Monday, April 8 vs. Houston Astros), Bat Night (April 27 vs. Los Angeles Angels), Felix Perfect Game Bobblehead Night (May 25 vs. Texas Rangers), Ken Griffey Jr. Hall of Fame Night (August 10 vs. Milwaukee Brewers), as well as a visit by the Chicago Cubs (June 28-30). A full list of special events and promotions is at mariners.com/promotions.
Tickets will be available at without a service charge at the Safeco Field Box Office and Seattle Mariners Team Stores. They're also available at mariners.com, Ticketmaster Ticket Outlets and by phone at 1-888-SEA-HITS (service charges apply). Fans can register for a special online pre-sale opportunity to buy tickets on March 14, two days before they go on sale to the general public. Log onto mariners.com/register to sign up for the pre-sale.
Buy Early and Save
Again this year, the Mariners will be pricing tickets dynamically, and over 90% of all single-game tickets will be offered at or below 2012 prices. Because ticket prices can change as games approach, lower prices are available to those who buy early. And as always, the best prices are available to season ticketholders. For information about Mariners season ticket plans and benefits, call 206-346-4001 or log onto mariners.com/seasontickets.
The Mariners will continue popular ticket offers that provide discounts throughout the season, such as BECU Family Nights, Safeco Grand Slam Family Packages, Senior and Military specials and exclusive group prices.
Flex Packs and Exclusive Online Presale
Popular 6-Game Flex Packs are available now for a limited time at mariners.com/flexpacks. Fans can mix and match games to build their own plan and take advantage of significant savings over single-game prices.
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