Mariners announce new 2023 ticket specials; $10 seats available for all regular season home games

SEATTLE — Beginning next season, Mariners fans will be able to get center-field bleacher seats for every regular-season home game for just $10.

The discounted seats are just one of several value options that were announced on Monday ahead of tickets going on sale later this month.

“We know that there’s tremendous excitement going into next season, and we want to ensure that affordability is not a limitation for anyone who wants to go to a game at T-Mobile Park with their family or friends in 2023,” said Catie Griggs, Seattle Mariners President of Business Operations. “We believe that having all center-field bleacher seats available for just $10 at every game, in addition to our Value Games and Value Menu, will make it easier than ever before for fans to come out to cheer on the team.”

The team did not specify how many of these $10 tickets would be available for purchase at each game.

Discounted tickets will also be available for 32 “Value Games,” which include $10 view-level and bleacher seats, $20 main-level seats and $30 Terrace Club seats.

The J-ROD Squad seating section will also be making a return in 2023, but with a new twist, according to the team.

A $25 special which includes a limited-edition “J-ROD’S Squad” T-shirt and a general admission ticket for any seat in sections 102-104, directly behind where Julio Rodriguez has played defense in center field, will be available for purchase.

The team says this section was created not just in celebration of the breakout M’s star, but “to make socializing easier while still creating a unique fan experience.”

Fans signed up to receive emails and text messages from the team will have the first chance to grab tickets, beginning on Nov. 17 at 10 a.m.

Anyone planning to participate in that presale must be subscribed to the Mariners’ email or text message lists by 11:59 p.m. on Nov. 15.

Mariners fans living in the Pacific Northwest will also have an exclusive chance to grab tickets before the general sale, according to the team.

Residents of a five-state region — Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Alaska — will have access to a four-day presale beginning on Nov. 18 at 10 a.m.

Ticket buyers’ eligibility to participate in this sale will be determined based on the ZIP code of their billing address during checkout.

Public ticket sales will begin on Nov. 22 at 10 a.m.

More details on purchasing single-game tickets and the team’s 2023 schedule are available on the Mariners website.