SEATTLE - The 9,000 fans attending Mariners Opening Day at T-Mobile Park have already bought all the tickets, but you can still buy tickets for other games.
"When we got approval from the city and state officials to have 9,000 fans here, it was like openly emotional reaction in the front office. People were crying, air hugs. So, it was really incredible that we were going to be able to do this again," said Malcolm Rogel, VP of Tickets and Event Services for the Mariners.
All other single-game tickets will be available for purchase online at 10 a.m. Thursday, March 25.
According to the Mariners front office, tickets are still available for the following games:
- San Francisco Giants: April 2-3
- Chicago White Sox: April 5-7
- Houston Astros: April 16-18
- Los Angeles Dodgers: April 19-20
The tickets can only be purchased online. Team stores will start selling digital tickets March 27.
Business owners near T-Mobile Park said they are excited to see the area come alive again.
"It’s something that a lot of the businesses specifically in the SoDo District have been looking forward to. We had Showbox close down, none of the fans were allowed in the stadium. And a lot of the time these specific areas depend on those fans to come and depends on the shows at Showbox," said Mikael Pisnoy, owner of The Fry Guys. "I know it’s going to be a big sigh of relief for everybody."
Only the first 11 games of the season will be offered initially.
No bags or outside food will be allowed inside the park to speed up the entry at the gates and to minimize contact. All merchandise and food shops will take debit cards, credit cards and mobile pay.
The team will offer refunds or credits if any of the games are canceled because of Covid-19.
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