Seattle Mariners offer $10 tickets, exclusive deals to vaccinated fans

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A Seattle Fire Dept. EMT, left, fills a syringe at a clinic administering free COVID-19 vaccines located above the manual scoreboard at T-Mobile Park during a baseball game between the Seattle Mariners and the Baltimore Orioles, Wednesday, May 5, 2021, in Seattle. The Mariners will be offering vaccines to eligible fans during upcoming home games.

SEATTLE, Wash. — The Seattle Mariners are offering discounted tickets and other incentives for fully vaccinated fans.

People who have received their final COVID-19 vaccination dose at least two weeks prior to the game date of their choosing will be able to buy tickets for between $10 and $20.

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The Mariners are also giving those fans exclusive access to the Pen, 20 percent discounts on food, drinks and at the team store, as well as a free “SEA Us Rise” t-shirt.

The offers are available for all home games through June 2. Social distancing will not be required, but masks will be required when people are not actively eating or drinking.

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Those looking to take advantage of the offer must show proof of their vaccination with a CDC-issued card. Guests ages 2-15 must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of admission. Those who are unable to meet these requirements must sit in the socially-distanced seating section.

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