Another losing season will result in one benefit for Twins fans: The club announced Monday that season ticket prices for 2014 will remain unchanged for a third consecutive season.
The season-ticket renewal drive is underway, and offers these selling points: Priority to purchase All-Star event ticket strips, early access to watch batting practice with no extra charge and a new ticket exchange program.
“I’d like to thank our season ticket holders and all Twins fans for their unparalleled passion and support of Minnesota Twins baseball,” wins President Dave St. Peter said in a statement, adding that Minnesota fans “can rest assured that we will continue to make strides in relation to restoring the Twins winning tradition while continuing to ensure that the Target Field experience remains one of the best in pro sports.”
All-Star ticket priority will be based on several factors, including season-ticket tenure, size of ticket play (premium, full-season, 40 or 20-game) and number of tickets held.
For more on the All-Star Game ticket plans, go here.
The club also announced Monday that in 2014, season-ticket holders and one guest will have exclusive access to early batting practice on select Monday through Thursday home games.
Season-ticket holders will also have the opportunity to exchange tickets for games they are unable to attend for specified future games. Complete details of that program will be announced at a later date.
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