Twins’ Ballpark Pass Ticket Plan Returns in July
The Minnesota Twins are looking to get some momentum to close out the first half of the season and make a second half surge and fans will have a chance to see the action at an affordable price.
The Twins have announced the popular "Twins Pass" ticket plan has returned for July. That means for just $59 a month from July through September, fans can visit Target Field to see as many of the remaining regular season home games as they can.
What the $59 per month provides is a ballpark access, standing room ticket for each game. Between July 5 and the end of the regular season, there are 40 home games scheduled. That means fans will be paying just $4.43 per game to watch Major League Baseball. I've purchased standing room tickets to Twins games before and more often than not, I've be able to find an empty seat in the upper level or even the back of lower level sections. Even if that doesn't pan out, there are plenty great places to watch games at Target Field without an assigned seat.
The "Twins Pass" ticket plan is on sale now through TwinsBaseball.com or by calling 1-800-33-TWINS. Twins Pass game tickets will be delivered to fans directly via their mobile devices using the MLB Ballpark app, with a limit of five per customer (subject to availability).
Also worth noting is that Target Field will be able to be at 100% capacity beginning July 5. This marks the first time the ballpark has been able to do that since October 7, 2019. Other COVID-19 related restrictions that had been previously in place have also been lifted.
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