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T-Mobile Park, Seattle, WA

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Seattle Mariners Suite Prices and Details

How much do Seattle Mariners suites cost?

Prices typically range from $3,000-$5,000 for single-game Seattle Mariners luxury suites. Pricing depends on opponent, day of the week, and suite location. Most suites will not include catering in the price. Budget, on average, $100 per person in your group for food and drink.

How many guests can fit in a Mariners suite?

Seattle Mariners suites come in several sizes and configurations. Most traditional suites have a capacity of 14-26 people. The Press Box Suite located behind home plate can accommodate up to 32. Larger "party spaces" in right field can accommodate groups of 40-50 people.

Suite Levels at T-Mobile Park

Press Box Luxury Suite

20-34 Tickets
6 Parking
Food & Beverage Included

Private Luxury Suite

14-26 Tickets
2 Parking
Catering Available

T-Mobile Park Event Planning Guide

Catering

In-suite catering is available to purchase for all suites at T-Mobile Park. The menu includes a wide range of food and beverage options provided by Centerplate Catering. Most suites at T-Mobile do not include catering in the base price of the suite, so be sure to allocate additional funds if you... MORE

Parking and Transportation

Suites at T-Mobile Park come with VIP parking passes located in the parking structure adjacent to the stadium. VIP passes are located on Level 2 and Level 3 of the parking garage allowing for a quick post-game exit. The T-Mobile Park parking garage will open 3 hours in advance of baseball games.... MORE

Budget

A private luxury suite for a Seattle Mariners (MLB) home game typically costs between $3,000-$5,000 prior to catering expenses. Catering is not required nor is there a catering minimum. The average SEG client will spend about $75 per person in their group on in-suite catering (alcohol included).

Club Access

Suite ticket holders will have exclusive access to the ROOT SPORTS Terrace Club located one level below suite level. The Terrace Club features an upgraded concourse with private restrooms and plenty of enhanced food and beverage options. Options include: Edgar's Cantina, Sound Bar & Seafood an the... MORE

Venue Bag Policy

Single-compartment bags and soft-sided coolers smaller than 16"x 16"x 8" are permitted following a bag search. Backpacks, computer bags, large bags, and hard-sided coolers are not permitted at T-Mobile Park. Strollers are permitted on the suite level.

Entrances

For guests parking in the T-Mobile Park Parking Garage, the best entrance will be the Suite Level Skybridge which is located on Level 6 of the parking structure. Upon entering the ball park, guests are greeted by the Concierge Staff and directed to the suites. For guests using public transportation,... MORE

Child Ticket Policy

Children 2 years of age and under do not require a separate ticket for admission into T-Mobile Park. Luxury suites can provide a private and secure space for companies or families entertaining with younger children.

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Mariners Spotlight

Current MLB Season

The Mariners had a hot start with young talent in 2019, and they hope that extends to more consistent success in 2020. There’s talk that veterans Kyle Seager and Dee Gordon could be moved by the trade deadline, allowing Seattle to bring even more young talent.

There’s plenty to be excited about on the pitcher front. Reggie McClain went from A-ball to the majors last year and will be relied on to be a major part of the bullpen this year. For the first time in seemingly forever, the rotation will be without King Felix Hernandez, but younger arms like Marco Gonzales and Yusei Kikuchi should provide electric nights at what is now known at T-Mobile Park.

The stadium formerly known as Safeco Field will see nearly $30 million worth of improvements made for the 2020 season. In addition to some capital improvements and an new sound system, new fan experiences like a... MORE

Past Spotlights

The Seattle Mariners will try to break their 17-year playoff drought in 2019. The Mariners are coming off a successful season in 2018 where they finished 89-73 and challenged for a wildcard playoff spot in the American League. Seattle has a great stadium and fan base to support a winning franchise and they continue to try and build a championship roster. General Manager Jerry Dipoto was clearly unhappy with the finish last season, so he went about re-tooling the roster with the goal of getting younger. In the offseason, the Mariners traded or released multiple aging contracts. While some may call it a rebuild, the 2019 Mariners have enough talent to be competitive in the American League.

In the offseason, the Mariners parted ways with core players Robinson Cano, Edwin Diaz, Jean Segura, James Paxon and Mike Zunino. By getting rid of aging players and loaded contracts, the Mariners got younger and freed up payroll. The Mariners still have talented hitters, namely Mitch Haniger and Dee Gordon. Haniger returns from All-Star season in 2018. The team also signed free agent Edwin Encarnacion who has posted four consecutive 30 home run and 100 RBI seasons. Encarnacion should slot into the cleanup spot immediately. If Encarnacion can continue to produce, and newly acquired outfielder Jay Bruce keeps his power numbers up, the Mariners’ should have plenty of pop in the lineup this season.

The Felix Hernandez pitching era in Seattle is coming to an end. For the first time in a decade, Hernandez will not be counted on as the number one starter. Undoubtedly, the biggest question mark for the Mariners this season will be pitching. Starting pitcher James Paxon was traded in the offseason, and while the prospect return was nice, the Mariners have a big void in their starting rotation. The biggest Mariners pitching acquisition in the offseason was Yusei Kikuchi who was signed from Japan. Kikuchi was a coveted free agent and the 27-year old immediately assumes the second rotation slot in 2019.

Overall, the Mariners are younger this season, but management believes they’ve kept enough core talent to continue to build off a winning season in 2018. 

Seattle Mariners luxury suites at T-Mobile Park (formerly Safeco Field) will feature HDTVs, WiFi, upscale furnishings, premium in-suite catering options. The gameday atmosphere at T-Mobile Park is unparalleled. Whether you plan to entertain for business or for pleasure, a Mariners’ luxury suite is the perfect option for your next group outing.

The Seattle Mariners are well equipped to finally break their 16-year playoff drought in 2018, which is now the longest among the four major North American professional sports. Seattle has gradually kept adding pieces to the puzzle, and 2018 may be the year everything comes together for manager Scott Servais and the Mariners.

General manager Jerry Dipoto has proven to be the most aggressive general manager in Major League Baseball, surpassing all other teams in terms of number of trades since he took the job in 2015. The main off-season acquisition this year for Dipoto was the trade for speedster Dee Gordon. Gordon is an electric force at the top of any lineup, and he has traditionally played shortstop and second base in his career. Jean Segura and Robinson Cano already make up one of the best middle infields in the MLB, meaning Dee Gordon will be employed as the full time center fielder for Seattle. Dee Gordon led the National League in steals during three of the past four seasons, a feat the Mariners hope transfers over to Safeco Field and the American League. Designated hitter Nelson Cruz is consistently one of the most reliable sluggers in the game, and third baseman Kyle Seager has quietly emerged as one of the better third basemen in the MLB. With Robinson Cano, Jean Segura, Dee Gordon, Nelson Cruz, and Kyle Seager, this Seattle Mariners lineup has plenty of depth, power, and versatility.

On the mound former Cy Young Award winner Felix Hernandez will return for his 14th season, all of which have come in Seattle. After King Felix, James Paxton and Mike Leake will provide stability in the starting rotation. Paxton had a breakout season in 2017, posting a sub-3.00 ERA in 24 starts. Jerry Dipoto also signed reliever Juan Nicasio to a multi-year deal to shore up the bullpen ahead of closer Edwin Diaz.

Seattle Mariners suites at Safeco Field will feature HDTVs, Wi-Fi, interior lounge seating, exterior seats, upscale furnishing, premium in-suite catering options and a dedicated suite attendant. A Mariners luxury box can accommodate groups ranging from 18 people 30 people. Whether you plan to entertain for business or for pleasure, a Mariners’ luxury suite will provide the perfect setting for any occasion.

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