Where To Buy 2021 Minnesota Twins Tickets
Primary market single-game tickets went on sale to the general public on Thursday, March 25th at 10 a.m. CT via the Twins website or through the MLB Ballpark app.On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free Minnesota Twins tickets which also include a Refund Guarantee. Our Refund Guarantee states that if an event is canceled or deemed unfit for fans to attend, TicketIQ will refund ticket buyers in as soon as 15 days. That means that you can buy from TicketIQ worry-free. Customers on TicketIQ save between 15%-25% compared to other secondary market ticketing sites.
Minnesota Twins 2021 Season Ticket and Partial Plan Options
Fans can currently place a $100 deposit on 2021 Twins full season tickets. For the 2021 season ticket prices range from $1,053 per ticket in the Field View sections to $26,406 in the Thomas Reuters Champions Club A. $100 deposits can also be made for the following partial or mini-plan options:
- 40-game half-season plan (From $600 in the U.S. Bank Home Run Porch View to $3,600 in the Delta SKY360 Suite)
- 40-game flex plan (From $920 per ticket in Home Plate View to $1,720 in Infield Box Middle)
- 20-game quarter season plan (From $320 in U.S. Bank Home Run Porch View to $1,820 in the Delta SKY360 Suite)
- 20-game flex plan (From $500 in Home Plate View to $900 in Infield Box Middle)
- Pick 10 plan (Pricing TBA)
- Friday Weekend Plan (Pricing TBA)
- Saturday Weekend Plan (Pricing TBA)
- Sunday Weekend plan (Pricing TBA)
Minnesota Twins 2021 Attendance Policy
The Twins will welcome fans back to Target Field for the 2021 season. Beginning on April 8th for the home opener, up to 10,000 fans (25% capacity) will be allowed to attend Twins home games.
Target Field COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols
Entering the Ballpark
- Contactless Ticketing and Suggested Gate Entry: All Twins tickets will be delivered digitally via the MLB Ballpark app, and contactless ticket-scanning technology will be utilized at all gates. Guests are encouraged to enter Target Field via the suggested gate located on their digital ticket.
- No-Bag Policy and Security Screening: Bags are not allowed in Target Field, with the exception of medically-necessary items, diaper bags, and small clutch purses (max. 9”x5”). Guests will keep all items on their person and do not need to empty their pockets prior to using the walk-through magnetometers.
Around 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 the purchase.
- Hand Sanitizer: Hand sanitizer stations can be found throughout Target Field.
For more information, visit the Twins website.
Minnesota Twins Mobile Ticketing
Twins fans can access and manage their mobile tickets via the MLB Ballpark app.