The Twins announced Thursday they will start selling a new Flex Plan season-ticket package for the 2016 season.

The Flex Plan offers fans the flexibility and customization to pick the games they wish to attend while retaining the benefits of being a season-ticket holder, which include discounts on box office prices and 10 percent off concessions and merchandise.

The plan consists of 20 tickets that can be redeemed in any increment for any games with the exception of eight “elite” games and the home opener.

Tickets are on sale now and can be redeemed starting in March with the flexibility to redeem them up to the first pitch on game day.

The new plan could be one way for the Twins to jump-start season ticket sales. Overall attendance at Target Field has declined in each of the six seasons since the ballpark opened — from a high of 3.22 million in 2010 to a low last year of 2.22 million.

Flex Plan tickets are available in two seating categories and two price points: Home Plate View for $440 and Field View for $680.

More details about Twins season-ticket packages and benefits can be found at twinsbaseball.com.

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