Seattle Mariners vs. New York Yankees
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**Concert tickets are only available at the T-Mobile Park Box Office on Day of Show** The T-Mobile Park Box office is located on Edgar Martinez Drive S. and First Avenue S. The Box Office is closed during the offseason. Beginning March 19, 2020, the** Home Plate Box Office** will be open seven (7) days a week, excluding holidays, ending after the last home game. Non-Event Box Office Hours Beginning March 19, 2020: 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Event Box Office Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. or end of game (whichever is later). Left Field Box Office opens 2.5 hours prior to home games and can help you with Ticket Purchases or Ticketmaster Will Call pick up and closes at the end of the 4th inning.
Will Call tickets are held at the Home Plate Box Office (located on the south side of the ballpark, adjacent to the Home Plate Gate on Atlantic Street) and can be picked up to 2 hours prior to game time. Gate Opening Times All gates open 2 hours prior to game time.
Where To Park: There are several large and many small, parking lots and garages within a short walk of the ballpark. Each lot is operated by independent owners and operators who establish their own rates and policies. Generally lots and garages closer to the ballpark will charge more for parking. Major nearby facilities include: Mariners Garage: 2,000 spaces, located just south of the ballpark on Atlantic Street and First Avenue. Garage opens 3 hours prior to game time. Disabled and Charter Bus parking can be purchased in advance by calling 206-346-4001 at least 10 business days in advance. Single game parking available in advance through Ticketmaster. Stadium Exhibition Center Garage: 2,000 spaces, located on Royal Brougham Way at First Avenue. Charter bus parking on space available bases. Call 206-254-0811 for more information. Union Station Garage: 1,200 spaces, Fourth Avenue south of Jackson Street. Call 206-254-0811 for more information. North Lot (Old Kingdome): 400 spaces featuring RV parking, located on King Street at Second Avenue. Call 206-254-0811 for information. Republic Parking: 300 spaces located on South Jackson. Home Plate Parking: 300 spaces located at First and Atlantic. There are many parking garages and lots in the central business district to the north of the ballpark that offer very reasonable evening and weekend parking rates. Garage entrances are located mostly on east-west streets. Free Metro bus service is offered as far south as Jackson Street from these locations. The Mariners discourage fans from parking on the street in the Pioneer Square or International District neighborhoods unless they are also patronizing local merchants there. It is important to read all parking restriction information posted along streets around the ballpark to avoid being ticketed or towed away. Several on-street curb locations are not available for parking or stopping before, during or after games. Please read and obey all posted signs. Violators are subject to immediate towing by the Seattle Police Department.
Beverages, Bottles & Cans : No outside beverages will be permitted into Safeco Field, with the exceptions of: baby bottles/formula, unopened, soft-sided, single-serve containers of drinks (such as small milk cartons, cardboard juice boxes or foil pouches), and medication or other special needs, including specially distilled or purified water (supported by appropriate documentation). Guests may bring in empty plastic sports-type bottles and fill them at any of the 75 drinking fountains located throughout the ballpark. Food : The Mariners will allow guests to bring food into Safeco Field subject to the following limitations: All food items should be wrapped, bagged or inside a container to avoid spillage. Food that could be thrown as a projectile should be sliced or quartered (i.e. oranges, apples and other fruit) Food should be consumed in general seating or designated picnic areas. Food may not be brought into any of the ballparks restaurants, lounges or suites. Food containers must be small enough to fit under the guests seat. (This generally means no containers larger than 10″x16″x13″.) Bottles, cans, thermoses and jugs are prohibited. Prohibited Items : Beverages, Bottles & Cans Thermoses, Jugs Beach Balls Helium Balloons Picnic Baskets Laser Pointers Noisemakers, Airhorns Weapons