Delivering their fans an affordable way to come together and enjoy summer fun at Target Field, the Minnesota Twins today announced a limited-time offer to purchase $5 tickets for each of the club’s final 58 home games from May 24 through the end of the regular season. All Twins tickets at any price point, including the select $5 seats, are available for purchase, without fees, between noon and 11:59 p.m. CT today (Thursday, May 20) via twinsbaseball.com or the MLB Ballpark app; the $5 offer will remain on select seats, but with applicable fees, through 10:00 p.m. CT on Monday, May 24.
“With the weather warming up and restrictions winding down, we’re happy to begin turning the page on this past year by providing Twins fans with an accessible, fun way to spend their summer days and evenings together at Target Field,” said club President & CEO Dave St. Peter.
The Twins’ “Summer Fun” promotion coincides with today’s public on-sale for tickets to all remaining home games of the 2021 regular season. A limited number of $5 tickets in select locations of Target Field are available for each of the Twins’ 58 scheduled home games between May 24 and September 30.
The Twins’ full 2021 schedule, which includes the club’s recently-announced special events and promotions, can be found here.
Planned Target Field Capacity Increases
For the Twins’ six remaining scheduled home games in May, Target Field will operate at up to 60 percent capacity; for the club’s 12 home contests in June, there will be up to 80 percent capacity; lastly, beginning on July 5, Target Field will have full, 100 percent capacity for the Twins’ final 40 regular season home games of 2021. Please note that all planned capacity increases are subject to change, per future public health guidance.
Target Field Health and Safety Policies and Procedures
There are no longer physical distancing requirements at Target Field. All guests at Target Field are strongly encouraged, but not required, to wear face coverings while in the ballpark’s outdoor spaces, except when actively eating or drinking. Per current City of Minneapolis ordinance, face coverings remain mandated while in the ballpark’s indoor dining, bar and retail areas, unless actively eating or drinking. Capacity limits for Target Field’s indoor dining and bar areas will be lifted beginning May 28.
Beginning May 24, outside food (except sunflower seeds, which remain prohibited) and single-compartment bags (maximum size of 16”x16”x8”) are again allowed into Target Field (these include purses, clutch purses, single-compartment tote bags, clear bags, drawstring bags, diaper bags, single-compartment, soft-sided coolers and medically-necessary items). Backpacks, multi-compartment laptop bags, duffel bags or any bags over the size requirement are not allowed into the ballpark. To expedite entry into Target Field, the Twins recommend that guests come without bags whenever possible.
The Twins’ extensive cleaning, disinfecting and sanitization measures will continue throughout the season, as will the ability to pre-reserve preferred, discounted game day parking in Ramps A & B and the Hawthorne Ramp. For Target Field’s full health and safety policies and procedures, please visit twinsbaseball.com/playitsafe.
(info courtesy of Twins)