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Seattle Mariners season ticket holders have priority for 2014 Postseason tickets


With six weeks to go in the 2014 Major League Baseball regular season, the Seattle Mariners are in the middle of a tight race in the American League for a berth in the postseason. The stretch run promises to be an exciting one. 

In preparation for the possibility of the Mariners making their first trip to the postseason since 2001, Major League Baseball has granted permission to begin offering tickets to potential postseason games at Safeco Field. Mariners season ticket holders have priority access to this initial offer, and have the opportunity to purchase full or partial strips of tickets, depending on their plan. In addition, fans who make a deposit for new 2015 season tickets will also receive priority to purchase 2014 postseason tickets.

Current Mariners season ticketholders have been notified about how they can secure their tickets for potential postseason games including a Wild Card Game, Division Series, League Championship Series and World Series. A potential tie-breaker game is not included in postseason strips.

Fans can make a non-refundable $500 deposit toward new 2015 Full Season, Half-Season, Business or Weekend Plans, which will qualify them for the opportunity to purchase a full strip of postseason tickets. A non-refundable $250 deposit for new 16 Game Plans will provide the opportunity to purchase a partial strip of postseason tickets. All deposits will be applied to the cost of new 2015 Mariners Season Tickets. Deadline for new deposits to qualify for this priority offer is Monday, September 22. More information is available at mariners.com/15, or by calling 206-346-4001.

The Mariners will make an announcement at a later date about the sale of single-game tickets to potential postseason home games.

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