3/15/2013 2:58 P.M. ET
Mariners Single-Game Tickets on sale tomorrow at 10am
By / MLB.com
Single-game tickets for the Seattle Mariners 2013 season go on sale to the public tomorrow (Saturday, March 16) at 10am.
Tickets will be available without a service charge at the Safeco Field box office and at Seattle Mariners Team Stores. Tickets will also be available online at www.mariners.com. Tickets for Center Field bleachers for all games are limited to 12 per person per game.
Jamie Moyer, the winningest pitcher in Mariners history, will throw out the ceremonial first pitch on Opening Night on Monday, April 8, when the Mariners take on the newest member of the American League West, the Houston Astros.
Buy Early and Save
Again this year, the Mariners are 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.
16 Game Plans & Flex Packs
Fans can receive many of the great benefits of being a Season Ticket Holder with the popular 16-Game Plans. Choose from nine pre-selected plans, or build your plan with the Flex 16-Game Plan. All 16-Game Plan Holders receive significant savings over single-game prices, great seat locations, and an opportunity to add Opening Night as a 17th game. Visit Mariners.com/16 for more details.
Again this season, fans can choose the best games, including Opening Night, with 6-Game Flex Packs. Six-Game Flex Packs start as low as $48 with significant savings over single-game prices. Visit Mariners.com/Flex for more details.
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