Mariners: Family-Friendly Seating at T-Mobile Park Incudes Alcohol-Free Section

The Seattle Mariners and T-Mobile Park provide a variety of options for fans, including food and drink choices, views and amenities. But there is also a number of family-friendly and convenience options in the ballpark.

Here are some sections that may fit your preferences when heading to your next Seattle Mariners game.

AMENITY SECTIONS
Alcohol-Free 104
Near Restrooms *103, 107, 108, 114, *120, 134, 135, 144, 146, 150, 213, 217, 218, 223, 224, 234, 238, 239, 246, 247, 307, 312, 313, 316, *319, 321, 323, *327, 331, *332, 333, 339, 340, 344, 345
Near Ice Cream 106, 109, 118, 126, 132, 141, 152, 190, 222, 241, 244, 309, 312, 319, 329, 331, 341, 347,
Near Coffee 109, 112, 117, 118, 125, 126, 132, 133, 141, 149, 190, 214, 222, 241, 244, 309, 312, 316, 319, 325, 329, 335, 347, 349

*Family Restroom

There are 18 sections near ice cream,  24 near coffee, and 12 near both. There are 35 sections spread across three levels that are conveniently located near a restroom. Five of those are family restrooms.

Here is the T-Mobile Park Seating Chart for Reference:

 

Seattle Mariners Upcoming Giveaways Include Mitch Haniger Bobblehead

The Seattle Mariners return home April 25 for a five-game homestand versus the Texas Rangers and Chicago Cubs. During that stanza, there are three giveaways, including the Mitch Haniger ‘Five Tool’ Bobblehead.

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Here’s the Mariners promotional schedule for the homestand. Giveaways in bold.

DATE OPPONENT PROMOTION
April 25 Texas Rangers *Value Game
April 26 Texas Rangers Fanny Pack Night First 10,000 Fans
April 27 Texas Rangers Mitch Haniger ‘5-Tool’ Bobblehead First 20,000 Fans
April 28 Chicago Cubs Peanut Butter Drive

*Fans can purchase select $15 Bleachers/View seats or select $30 Main/Club seats.

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2019 MLB Attendance Update: Mariners Averaging 28,492 Per Home Game

The Seattle Mariners had a strong opening homestand at T-Mobile Park, averaging 28,492 per contest in six games versus the Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Angels.

Opening Night was at 96% capacity with an attendance of 45,601. The ballpark capacity is 47,447.

The final game of the homestand versus the Angels the Mariners drew 13,567, 29% of capacity.

Here’s how the Mariners rank in raw attendance for home games after the first full week of the 2019 MLB season.

RANK TEAM AVG
1 Los Angeles Dodgers 46,332
2 Colorado Rockies 45,838
3 St. Louis Cardinals 45,149
4 Philadelphia Phillies 40,487
5 New York Mets 40,087
6 Los Angeles Angels 39,234
7 Arizona Diamondbacks 38,624
8 Milwaukee Brewers 37,885
9 Houston Astros 37,518
10 New York Yankees 37,440
11 Atlanta Braves 35,085
12 Baltimore Orioles 34,929
13 San Francisco Giants 34,823
14 Washington Nationals 31,685
15 Texas Rangers 31,636
16 San Diego Padres 31,332
17 Seattle Mariners 28,492
18 Detroit Tigers 26,603
19 Chicago White Sox 25,506
20 Minnesota Twins 23,467
21 Oakland Athletics 23,127
22 Toronto Blue Jays 19,805
23 Cincinnati Reds 18,843
24 Pittsburgh Pirates 18,809
25 Cleveland Indians 17,359
26 Kansas City Royals 15,695
27 Tampa Bay Rays 15,064
28 Miami Marlins 9,576
29 Boston Red Sox 0
30 Chicago Cubs 0

 

Get Tickets for Mariners Hoodie, Military Cap Night

The Seattle Mariners return from the first stateside road trip of the 2019 Major League Baseball season for a six-game homestand starting April 12 versus the Houston Astros.

The first two games of that series present two of the more popular giveaway opportunities of the season.

Friday, April 12 is Mariners Hoodie Night for the first 10,000 fans. Game time is set for 7:10 PM PT.

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Saturday, April 13 is Salute to Armed Forces Night and the first 15,000 fans get a Mariners Military Cap.

GET TICKETS FOR MILITARY CAP NIGHT

The Mariners are off to a 3-0 start following a Tokyo sweep over the Oakland Athletics and a Opening Night, 12-4 drubbing of the defending champion Boston Red Sox.

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