Go Mariners! Baseball Tickets and Local Eats Perfect for Game Day

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Go Mariners! Baseball Tickets and Local Eats Perfect for Game Day

Baseball is a welcome sport here in Seattle, and the Mariners are one of Seattle’s pro teams that locals love to watch and cheer on. Whether you’re a big baseball fan, or just a Seattle visitor during baseball season, going to watch a Mariners game is sure to make you feel the baseball spirit.

The baseball season begins in March and ends in the beginning of October. There are many home games but tickets go quickly! You can get family tickets, college student tickets, military tickets, and even senior citizen tickets.

The Safeco Insurance Grand Slam Family Pack includes a ticket, hot dog, and Pepsi. These tickets are available with seats within the Main, Terrace Club, and View Levels of seating. You must buy between 4 and 12 tickets to receive the family discount.

Specific games allow College Night Ticket Specials. With this package, college students with a valid ID can get a ticket for as low as $12 in advance and $15 the day of the game.

The Mariners are proud of those who serve in the military. Any who serve the U.S. Military receive 10% off select Main, Terrace, and View level seats at all homes games. There is a limit of four tickets per ID. (Valid military ID is required; tickets are available in-person at Mainers team stores and Safeco field box office).

Being a Mariners fan lasts a lifetime, and those fans 60 and older receive 10% off select Main, Terrace, and View level seats at all homes games. There is a limit of one ticket per ID. (Valid ID required).
Tickets can be purchased here.

Going to a Mariners game can be an all-day event, and many fans make sure to embrace that tradition. Pioneer Square is the go-to area for good eats and local happenings when the Mariners play at home. Here’s a small list of good eats to get your baseball party started:

Altstadt– Featuring terrific brats, a selection of beers, and braised sauerkraut, Altstadt is the perfect combination to kick off your baseball season.

Good Bar– Ranging from baked oysters to sloppy joes to winter squash gratin, Good bar sets the bar with delicious food and drinks to start your day or end it in the best of ways.

Bottega Italiana– A local counter-serve chain, Bottega offers a small-batch of delicious gelato and coffee. It is the ideal stop for family with kids before the game.

Gelatiamo- A family friendly eatery, Gelatiamo is a colorful Italian café that offers sandwiches, pastries, and house made gelato and sorbet that the whole family will love. Grab some food on the way to the game or enjoy a sit in with the kids after.


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