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Club Seats for Mariners Games

  • Terrace Club - Terrace club seats are located on either side of the field on the second level of T-Mobile Park. Their position above the 100 level gives fans in thes...
  • Diamond Club - The Diamond Club seats at Safeco Field are made up of the four odd-numbered sections between the player dugouts. These are often regarded as the best ...
  • All-Star Club - One of the best ways to impress guests at Safeco Field is to treat them to an outing in the All-Star Club down the right-field line. Situated on the s...

Alcohol-Free Family Section

  • No alcoholic beverages may be sold or brought into this section.

Terrace Club Tables

  • Terrace Club Tables at T-Mobile Park are located on the club level directly behind row 7. Each table has space for four guests around a half-circle table that overlooks the field. The view from the tables is fantastic, and the seats are fully covered.
  • Please note: Due to health and safety protocols in 2021, food availability, club access, wait service and other amenities are subject to change without notice.

Terrace Club Loge Boxes

  • Terrace Club Loge Boxes are one of the newest seating additions at T-Mobile Park. Each Loge Box is a semi-private area located at the top of the Club Level seats. The Loge includes over-sized couch-style seating, an adjustable countertop and multiple television monitors.
  • Please note: Due to health and safety protocols in 2021, food availability, club access, wait service and other amenities are subject to change without notice.

Shaded & Covered Seating

T-Mobile Park Covered Seats
  • Shaded and Covered Seats - Finding Shaded Seats at T-Mobile Park When the roof is open, T-Mobile Park is just as sunny as any other ballpark Because of all the rain th...

Mariners Dugout & Visitor Dugout

Mariners Dugout - The Mariners players sit in front of 121, 122, 123 and 124
Visitor Dugout - The visiting team sits in front of 136, 137, 138 and 139

To search tickets in these sections, select an event and apply the filter for home or visitor dugouts.

See Also: Best Seats for Visiting Fans at T-Mobile Park

Other Popular Seating Areas

  • Suites - - The suites at T-Mobile Park are located between the first and third baselines behind the 200 level seats. Some of the ameniti...
  • Field Level Infield - - Infield seating closest to the field is made up of sections 119-141. The Mariners dugout is in front of sections 121-124, whi...
  • Field Level Down the Line - - Less expensive than Infield seating is seating down the line at T-Mobile Park. These seats will get you just as close to the ...
  • Hit It Here Cafe - - One of the more unique seating areas at T-Mobile Park is the Hit It Here Cafe located in right field. The cafe is split up in...
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Best Seats for Kids and Family

If you're planning on bringing the kids to a Mariners game, arrive a few minutes early and be sure to enter through the Center Field Gate off of Royal Brougham Way. Kids will find a number of fun activities in center field, including the Playfield, Moose Den and Kids Clubhouse store.

The Moose Den is located on the main concourse near section 191 under the big videoboard. Kids will have a chance to meet Mariner Moose throughout the game and have their picture taken. Nearby seating in bleacher sections 190-195 is among the most affordable ticket options for an M's game. Just keep in mind that these are bleacher-style seats (with backs) and are heavily exposed to the sun. Another nearby section - 104 - is made up of traditional stadium-style seating and is a no-alcohol section that specifically caters to families.

All children aged two and under do not need a ticket to enter the stadium.

While seating in the outfield is relatively affordable, the seats are extremely sun-drenched during afternoon games. If you'd prefer to stay out of the sun, your best bet is to purchase a ticket in the main seating bowl (100 level sections in foul territory) in rows 35 and higher. These seats are most likely to be covered by the overhang and shielded from the sun. Other considerations include high row numbers in club level (200) and upper deck (300) sections on the third base side of the field. The sun will set behind these sections and put fans in these seats in the shade the earliest.

Sections 183, 184, 185 and 186

  • Close to a kids playground in the stadium
  • Near a frozen yogurt stand, great snack for kids
  • Cheaper tickets far away from the action

Section 104

  • Alcohol-free section
  • Specifically designed to create a safe environment for kids and families
  • Near the center field kids activities like the Moose Den and Playfield

Rows 3-10 in Sections 190, 191, 192 and 193

  • Among the cheapest tickets for a Mariners game
  • Bleacher-style seating is more kid-friendly
  • Close to the center field kids zone and Clubhouse Store

Rows 35-41 in Sections 118, 119, 120 and 121

  • Seating under cover to keep cool on warm days
  • Located on the Mariners side of the field
  • Near-instant access to the main concourse for quick trips to concessions and restrooms

Recommended Seats for Impressing a Guest

Sections 25, 27, 33 and 35

  • Amazing views from right behind home plate
  • Access to the Diamond Club with buffet and full bar
  • In-seat wait service allows viewers to receive refreshments without leaving their seats

To search tickets in these seats, select an event and apply the filter labeled Impressing a Guest.

Recommended Seats for Partying and Socializing

Sections 330, 331, 332 and 333

  • Close to a lot of alcohol vendors on the upper level
  • There is an overhang to protect from a lot of the sun and precipitation
  • Ticket prices in the lower tier on the upper level, can spend more on alcohol

To search tickets in these seats, select an event and apply the filter labeled Partying and Socializing.

Best Seats for Visiting Team Fans

With the nearest MLB stadium more than 800 miles away, Safeco Field is the most isolated park in the big leagues. Never-the-less, it often receives excellent reviews for being a great stadium to visit for fans of the away team. Whether you're visiting for a weekend set or just a single game, there're plenty to see and do around Safeco Field.

When purchasing tickets to a Mariners game as a fan of the visiting team, first consider the sections located directly behind the visitor dugout. Sections 136-139 are located on the third base side of the field, and row 5 in each of these sections is just above the visitor dugout. In addition to close proximity to your favorite players, you'll have an excellent view of the field and the league's largest videoboard. Before settling into your seat, grab a cup of garlic fries outside section 136 and a local beer from the nearby Power Alley bar.

If you'd prefer to immerse yourself with the locals, consider arriving to the stadium a little early and grabbing a spot in The Pen - a general admission standing area that opens 2.5 hours before first pitch. The Pen offers four different concession stands featuring burgers, wings, tacos and pizza from a local chef. You'll also find a wide beer selection to wash it all down and plenty of televisions to catch up on the early action from around the league.

Another popular pre-game destination within the ballpark is the Hit it Here Cafe. Located above 100-level sections in right field, the Cafe is a first-come, first-serve indoor/outdoor seating area featuring a menu labeled as "Northwest-fresh". If you're heading to a night game, arrive to the ballpark a full two hours before first pitch to grab a seat facing the field. You can watch the visiting team take batting practice while you indulge in the cafe. You'll be asked to leave 30 minutes before first pitch (these seats are reserved while the game is in progress), giving you enough time to grab a drink for the road and head towards your seats.

Rows 5-14 in Sections 136, 137, 138 and 139

  • Within ten rows of the visiting team dugout
  • Excellent view of the field and the players as they run on and off
  • Popular garlic fries stand and Alley Bar located just up the stairs on the concourse

Rows 1-4 in Sections 183 and 184

  • Just above the visiting team bullpen
  • Grab a pre-game meal and beer at The Pen, located near these sections

Hit It Here Cafe

  • Excellent spot to watch the visiting team take batting practice
  • First-come, first-serve up to 30 minutes before first pitch - reserved seating during the game
  • Full menu with comfortable seating over-looking the field

Best Seats for Great Views of the Field

Safeco Field is a fairly traditional stadium in that it features three distinct levels of seating. The lower lower level is comprised of roughly 40 rows of seats, the second level is primarily club seating and the upper deck is above a large ring of suites. As a result, when purchasing tickets for a Mariners game, you tend to get what you pay for.

With Major League Baseball's largest videoboard in center-field, home plate seats at Safeco Field are easily the best choice for keeping an eye on the game. Even if you miss a play, you can get a clear view on the 200-feet-wide replay board.

For catching the actual action on the field, we recommend rows 20-35 in sections 126-133 for their unobstructed and elevated views from behind home plate. The only other home plate seats with elevation (besides for suites) are located in the upper deck. In these sections (328-332), we recommend spending a few extra dollars to sit in one of the first four rows as the views from rows 5-8 can be somewhat obstructed by the staircases.

If you're looking to combine an excellent view with some special treatment, Terrace Club seats on the 200 level offer comfortable sitelines and exclusive amenities. These loge-style seats hang over the 100 level - bringing them closer to the field - and come with in-seat wait service for fewer trips away from your seats. While terrace sections closer to home plate will have the best views - and the highest pricetag - sections towards the outfield still have a good angle back towards home plate. Sitting down the line can help you save a few bucks, and you'll end up with the same padded seats and club access as someone sitting near the infield.

For an exciting and unconventional view, consider the front rows of sections 112, 114, 146 and 148. Lower level sections down the line are progressively angled more and more towards home plate to improve fans' sitelines. As a result, the sections farthest down the line are located just a few feet into foul territory and the front rows of these sections face towards home plate to give you a similar perspective to what the outfielder sees. We recommend paying the premium to sit in the first three rows of these sections for an exceptional experience.

Sections 223, 224, 226 and 227

  • Great elevated views from the infield
  • Access to the club lounge and specialty concessions
  • In-seat wait service in select sections that allows fans to stay in their seats while getting refreshments

Rows 20-35 in Sections 126, 127, 128 and 129

  • Phenomenal views from behind home plate with a little bit of elevation
  • Head-on view of the center-field scoreboard
  • Close access to the main level concourse

Rows 1-4 in Sections 328, 329, 330 and 331

  • Excellent birds eye view of the field from behind home plate
  • Lower rows are below the staircase for easy walks down to seats and no distracting fans in your way
  • Best views in the stadium of the videoboard

Rows 1-3 in Sections 112, 114, 146 and 148

  • Exciting spot at field level within three rows of the playing surface
  • Seats are angled back towards home plate for a comfortable viewing angle
  • One of the most desirable seating locations for a Mariners game

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Seating Tips & Advice

  • "1st base line, section 117." - Right next to Mariner dugout, right next to Ichiro in right field... a good place to catch a foul ball.
  • "Seats Behind Home Plate Give Best View of Scoreboard" - Choose seats behind home plate to get the best view of the 200-foot wide Safeco Field video board.

Seat Ratings & Reviews

  • "Great view, minus the railing" - - The only downside to this seat is the railing that partially blocks the first base line. There are o...
    Section 328, Row 9, Seat 1
  • "Amazing view" - - Right behind home plate, just a bit toward the 3rd base (visitors) dugout. You have a chance to get ...
    Section 131, Row 26, Seat 11
  • "Great view but poor seats" - - Fantastic stadium. The upper (view) deck has a great view but these seats are small. Cramped. We're ...
    Section 339, Row 7, Seats 3-4
  • "Good view when you can see the field" - - The fans use the stairs to the left for continuous movement to the food vendors so the view from the...
    Section 321, Row 16, Seats 23/24
  • "Great seats!" - - A great view of the field, not too high up at all. Lots of foul balls in our area. Great view of Sea...
    Section 325, Row 2, Seat 8
  • "Great view" - - The view from the second row, even from the 3rd deck was great. The angle was a little strange for ...
    Section 328, Row 2, Seat 5
  • "Great seat!" - - Row is up on a rise so no issue with knee room, comfortable for anyone with long legs. Good view of ...
    Section 144, Row 41A, Seat 1
  • "Close" - - These are close but not on top of the field. Afternoon game (1:10 start) on July 12th. We were in ...
    Section 137, Row 28, Seats 8-12
  • "Nice and Shady" - - It was a very hot day, but this section was in the shade the whole afternoon. The seats have a bird...
    Section 333, Row 17, Seat 7
  • "Love these seats!" - - We could see the field and the screen excellent! The only area we couldn't see was right in the left...
    Section 108, Row 6, Seats 9-17
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