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September 16, 2014 at 11:41 AM

Mariners offer presale of postseason single game tickets

It may seem a little premature or overly optimistic considering the recent run of losing, but in professional sports, the preparation level for possible postseason activity is immense. Teams have to be proactive and plan ahead for any and every possibility

That’s why the Mariners are offering presale of postseason single-game tickets to season ticket holders and registered users.

Not sure how it works?

Here you go …

The Seattle Mariners announced today that single-game tickets for postseason games that may be played at Safeco Field will be offered in an exclusive presale opportunity to season ticket holders and registered users.

The presale will begin Thursday, September 25. All season ticket holders and registered users will begin receiving information about the online-only presale opportunity this week.

September 25 Presale Information

  • 10am Season Ticket holders
  • 12pm Registered Users
  • Limit of eight tickets per person per game

Registered User

  • Registered users are those who already receive Mariners Mail email newsletters and other official Club communications.
  • Fans who would like to register for the presale can do so at mariners.com/mail.
  • Fans can also check whether they are already registered.
  • The deadline for new registrations is Monday, September 22, at noon PDT.

 Games Available During Presale

  • One Wild Card game and two American League Division Series games

General Public Sale

Single-game postseason tickets will be available to the general public at noon on Friday, September 26. More details about that offering will be announced at a later date. 

All presale tickets will be refunded if games are not played. 

Information about tickets for a possible tie-breaker game will be made available at a later date.

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