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Single-game tickets on sale Saturday, March 8


Single-game tickets for the 2014 Seattle Mariners season go on sale to the public at 10am on Saturday, March 8. Highlights of the 81-game home schedule include Opening Night (Tuesday, April 8 vs. Los Angeles Angels), Beard Hat Night, Turn Back The Clock Night, Bat Night, Lou Piniella's induction into the Mariners Hall of Fame, three postgame fireworks shows, and a host of other special events and giveaways (available at this link mariners.com/promotions).

Tickets will be available without a service charge at the Safeco Field Box Office and Seattle Mariners Team Stores. They're also available at mariners.com, Ticketmaster Ticket Centers 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 6, two days before they go on sale to the general public. Sign up at mariners.com/register. Pre-sale registration closes at 11:59pm on March 3.

Buy Early and Save

Because the Mariners use dynamic pricing, and 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, who save as much as 30% off the cost of single game tickets. For information about Mariners season ticket plans and benefits call 206-346-4001 or log onto mariners.com/seasontickets.

Six and 16-Game Flex Packs

Two popular Flex Packs are available now:

Ticket Specials

The Mariners will continue popular ticket offers that provide discounts throughout the season such as BECU Family Nights, Safeco Grand Slam Family Packages, College Nights, and Girls & Guys Nights Out and exclusive group prices. New this season are extended discount offers for Seniors and Military members of 10% off select Main, Terrace and View Level seats at all home games (excluding Opening Night).

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