Babe Ruth was nicknamed “The Colossus of Trout” because his skills on the field derived from summers spent fishing the old-fashioned way––with a baseball bat and shallow water. Earn an epithet of your own with this GrouponLive deal.
$60 for Ticket to Private Suite and $10 Worth of Food or Merchandise (Up to $185 Value)
Choose from the following games to view from a private suite:
- Against the Baltimore Orioles on Monday, July 2, at 7:10 p.m.
- Against the Orioles on Tuesday, July 3, at 7:10 p.m.
- Against the Orioles on Wednesday, July 4, at 1:10 p.m.<p>
Groupon holders will obtain seating in infield suites 43–55 (up to a $185 value) or in outfield suites 56–69 (up to a $150 value) when the infield suites are sold out; only 14 tickets will be sold per suite. The $10 concession credit is built into the barcode on each ticket.<p>
When you click “Buy,” you’ll be redirected to the Mariners website to complete your transaction. This Groupon applies toward the face value of tickets, but you’ll still need to pay all fees and taxes in full.<p>
The Scouting Report
The Seattle Mariners square off against the Baltimore Orioles for three-game series at Safeco Field. Ace pitcher and 2010 Cy Young Award winner Felix Hernandez has racked up 101 strikeouts in 101.2 innings pitched so far this season, and upstart third baseman Kyle Seager has tallied 45 RBIs in 67 games.
While fans marvel at the hard-hitting action of Major League Baseball from their sweet private-suite seats, they can also use the $10 preloaded onto their tickets to savor ballpark treats found around the stadium. For fans of small ball who prefer to memorialize their trip to the park with a keepsake that’s more difficult to digest than a hot dog, $10 can also be used to purchase a miniature souvenir bat or an undersized T-shirt.<p>
The Seattle Mariners have represented Washington since 1977. And since 1999, the team has dazzled hometown crowds at Safeco Field. The park boasts an elaborate scoreboard system that features the largest video screen in baseball. A convertible rooftop covers the ballpark without closing it off, preserving an open-air environment that allows fans to bask in fresh Seattle breezes.
1250 1st Ave. S
Seattle, Washington 98134