Budget Guide to Safeco Field

Budget Guides are a series of posts that will give readers a chance to see what fantastic deals and steals are available at each ballpark as well a great splurge experience and the “if money was no option” for all you high rollers!

There’s a King in the Pacific Northwest and the Seattle Mariners hold court all summer long in their “palace”. Whether your ticket be amongst the commoners or in the cushy suites of the nobility, all should come pay homage to Felix and the rest of the team at Safeco Field:


Baseball Bargains:

Safeco Field has many deals for fans on a budget starting with bleacher tickets as low as $5 for some games and regular specials including: Grand Slam Family Package Nights (most Wednesday games) which include a ticket, hot dog, and Pepsi soft drink for one price — $15 for View Level, $30 for Main Level, $35 for Terrace Club and Family Nights (most Monday games), with select View Level seats for $10.

Deals are not limited just to tickets, the Mariners have $4.50 hot dogs, $3.75 sodas, and $5 Happy Hour pints of beer in The ‘Pen until an hour before first pitch.

Safeco Field, Seattle Mariners

Splurge Options:

Fans looking a higher end option at Safeco Field can enjoy a couple Club options:

All-Star Club:

  • Fabulous seats, first class atmosphere, and All-Star treatment
  • Delicious all-inclusive lunch/dinner buffet and dessert bar
  • Private cash bar with large selection of beer, wine, and spirits
  • Convenient parking with sky bridge entrance

Prices range from $155-$195.

More information can be found here.

Key Bank Diamond Club:

  • Prime seats in the first eight rows behind Home Plate
  • VIP Parking in the Safeco Field Parking Garage (1 pass for every 2 seats purchased)
  • All food and beverages included in the ticket price (menu changes every game)
  • Private, field level entrance
  • KeyBank Diamond Club Lounge with buffet and full bar
  • Food and drink orders delivered to your seats
  • Opportunity to purchase the same seats for all Mariners postseason home games (Full season only)
  • Complimentary programs and game day notes
  • Complimentary Media Guide

Prices range from $250-$460, depending on the location of the seat and the date of the game.

More information can be found here.

OysterPoBoy Safeco Field, Seattle Mariners

For fans looking for something special that isn’t as pricey but is still extremely satisfying, try the food! Safeco Field has earned a reputation the last few years for great food. The Mariners work with noted Seattle chef and restaurateur Ethan Stowell to create menu items that use fresh local ingredients, such as an Oyster Po’Boy, which features Taylor Farms Shellfish that are grown and harvested just north of Seattle. The oysters are brought in fresh for every game. They are $9, but the quality is outstanding and it’s very good. The Mariners also offer an NW grass-fed beef burger with Tillamook Cheese and a great selection of vegetarian and vegan as well as gluten-free options.

Safeco Field, Seattle Mariners

All Out Experience at Safeco Field:

For those without budgets, this suite experience is for you! To enjoy all the fun and luxury Safeco Field has to offer, gather your friends and rent out the Press Box Suite:

  • 18-25 Press Box Suite tickets
  • 6 VIP parking passes in Safeco Field garage
  • Pre-game guided ballpark tour
  • Visit on field for group photo and to view batting practice
  • Premium food and beverage package including beer, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages
  • Attentive suite staff and bartender
  • Mariners Media Information Packs, Mariners Magazines, scorecards, and Mariners cap
  • 42″ HDTV

Prices range from $250 per person to $500 per person, depending on game date.

More information can be found here.

**Big thank you to Rebecca Hale from the Seattle Mariners for providing me with the information for this post!





4 thoughts on “Budget Guide to Safeco Field

  1. Great post about Safeco field. The garlic fries are a signature food of Safeco that are a must try. Oyster Po’Boy with garlic fries finished off with a local beer.


  2. Yay! I was looking forward to your Safeco post. Also, don’t forget the Pyramid brewery right across the street. And tons of public transportation (train/bus), plus lots of free parking in the neighborhood SE of the stadium.


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