The Minnesota Twins had recently confirmed they would be allowed to have 10,000 fans per game at Target Field to start the season and now we know when and how fans can secure their tickets for early-season games.

The Twins announced Monday that physically-distanced seating pods for Twins home games from April 8 through May 6 will be available to the general public beginning at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, March 25.  This will cover their first 17 scheduled home games of the 2021 season.

You can click here to purchase your Twins tickets online. Tickets will also be available throughout the season via the MLB Ballpark app.

According to the team, there will be a limit of four (4) tickets per purchaser for the April 8 Home Opener, and twenty (20) tickets per game, per purchaser, for each of the other 16 games through May 6.

Per current state guidelines established by Governor Tim Walz and the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH), the Twins will open the 2021 season with a maximum capacity of 10,000 fans per game at Target Field. 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.

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As long as capacity limits are in place, Twins Season Ticket Holders will receive priority access to tickets each month, with the remaining inventory being made available to the general public.

If you attend a game at Target Field, here are the health and safety protocols you can expect to encounter once inside the ballpark:

  • Face Coverings: All guests ages two (2) and older will be required to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth to enter Target Field and at all times while in the ballpark, other than when actively eating or drinking in their ticketed seat or location.
  • Physical Distancing: To maximize comfort and safety, 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. Additionally, capacity for any indoor locations has been modified per MDH guidelines, while signage, floor spacers, messaging and Public Address announcements will establish and enforce proper physical distancing when entering and moving about Target Field. Lastly, a “buffer zone” has been created between the playing field and the first row of ticketed seats adjacent to both dugouts (12 feet in distance) and bullpens (6 feet).
  • Contactless Ordering and Payments: The MLB Ballpark app provides guests the ability to order and purchase food, beverage and merchandise throughout Target Field directly from their mobile device, with designated “grab-and-go” stations for prepackaged pickup. If necessary, most credit card purchases at point-of-sale will not require signatures and/or PINs to complete purchase.
  • Enhanced Cleaning, Disinfecting and Sanitization Measures: The Twins, in accordance with the 3M™ Clean & Protect Certified Badge Program, will clean, disinfect and sanitize all in-use seats, railings, food and drink surfaces, elevators and escalators, and restrooms using EPA-approved COVID-19 cleaners and disinfectants before, during and after each game.
  • Hand Sanitizer: Hand sanitizer stations can be found throughout Target Field.
  • Staff Health Screening and PPE Requirements: All Twins employees and Event Staff will have health and temperature checks daily upon arrival and prior to entering Target Field. Additionally, all Twins employees and Event Staff are required to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth at all times, while also wearing gloves and/or gowns in all appropriate situations.

You can click here to view the entire Play It Safe At Target Field health and safety policies and procedures for the 2021 season.

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