The Minnesota Twins announced Tuesday that single-game tickets for another 12 scheduled home games will go on sale to the general public at noon on Friday, May 7. These games are scheduled between May 14 - 30 and will find the Twins battling the Chicago White Sox, Kansas City Royals, Oakland A's and Baltimore Orioles.

The tickets will be available at TwinsBaseball.com and through the MLB Ballpark app. Plus, any fan who previously purchased Twin tickets for games between April 8 and May 6 will be given advance presale access to the 12 remaining May games at Target Field.

At the time of this announcement, state guidelines state that Twins home games through May 30 must remain at a maximum capacity of 10,000 fans per game at Target Field. The Twins say that in order to "provide the safest environment possible for fans, staff and players, and to maximize guest comfort, the Twins will seat guests in “pods” of exactly two (2) or four (4) contiguous seats only, with a minimum distance of six (6) feet between pods in all directions. Sales are restricted to one (1) ticket purchaser per pod, with a maximum of twenty (20) tickets per game, per purchaser."

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They also remind fans that in all limited-capacity scenarios, existing Twins Season Ticket Holders will receive priority access to tickets each month. Remaining inventory following presales (including May’s early access for single-game purchasers through May 6) will be made available to the general public on a month-by-month basis. An on-sale date for tickets to Twins home games in June will be announced in May. There is a chance that current capacity limits will be increased in the near future.

If you want to check out a game sooner than later, the Twins say there a limited number of tickets available for the weekend’s series vs. Kansas City, April 30 - May 2, while tickets also remain for all four games vs. Texas from May 3-6.  You can click here to purchase available tickets.

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