T-Mobile Park Seating Chart. Home of the Seattle Mariners. 

Where To Sit At T-Mobile Park

T-Mobile Park is a Major League Baseball stadium that often flies under the radar in terms of press and popularity. The Seattle Mariners haven't made the MLB playoffs since 2001. Therefore, the Mariners fan base though devout, are often very quiet during games. T-Mobile Park was one of the first ballparks with a retractable roof which is a necessity given Seattle’s unpredictable cycles of rain. It has one of the best and most eclectic food offerings in Major League Baseball as well as the league’s largest scoreboard (Mariners Vision). T-Mobile Park’s construction in Seattle’s SODO neighborhood, formerly an industrial area, has led to rapid growth in the area. Centurylink Field, home of the NFL's Seattle Seahawks, is located next door to T-Mobile Park.

Our staff wanted to provide fans with a thorough breakdown of the T-Mobile Park seating chart to help baseball fans decide where to sit before purchasing Seattle Mariners tickets. It’s important to note that the names of these seating areas can vary and change names from season to season. We’ll start with the KeyBank Diamond Club seats behind home plate.

 

KeyBank Diamond Club

View from the KeyBank Diamond Club at T-Mobile Park. Home of the Seattle Mariners. 

The KeyBank Diamond Club seats are the most expensive seats at T-Mobile Park and include rows A through H of sections DC 25, DC 27, DC 33, and DC 35.

The perks for the KeyBank Diamond Club seats include

  • Complimentary buffet, soft drinks and alcohol
  • Padded and more comfortable seats
  • Private entrance into the stadium
  • Complimentary parking
  • Access to the climate-controlled Diamond Club lounge
  • A waitstaff that will bring food and drinks to your seats during the game

 

 

All-Star Club

View from the All-Star Club at T-Mobile Park. Home of the Seattle Mariners. 

The All-Star Club is the 2nd most expensive seating area at T-Mobile Park and is located on the Terrace Club level. The perks for the All-Star Club at T-Mobile Park include

  • Complimentary parking in the T-Mobile Park garage
  • Private cash bar
  • Access to the climate-controlled club lounges that provide a view of the field
  • Access to the Mariners Game Room which features billiards, foosball, and shuffleboard
  • Complimentary buffet and dessert bar
  • Private skybridge entry

 

 

Terrace Club Level

View from the Terrace Club at T-Mobile Park. Home of the Seattle Mariners. 

The Terrace Club seats at T-Mobile Park are located on the 2nd level of the stadium and include sections 211 through 226 (3rd base side) and 233 through 249 (1st base side). The perks for the Terrace Club include

  • Padded and more comfortable seats
  • Access to the Terrace Club lounge which offers flat screen televisions, specialty concessions and a full bar
  • A waitstaff that will bring food and drinks to your seats (optional)
  • Access to the Terrace Club Patio which is a group seating area for between 40 and 400 people

 

Most of the Terrace Club sections at T-Mobile Park will have 12 rows of seats in each section. The rows will be numbered 1 through 12. The Terrace Club patio is located above section 147 near the left field corner.

 

 

Main Level

View from the main level at T-Mobile Park. Home of the Seattle Mariners. 

The main level seats at T-Mobile Park include sections 102 through 151. Most Major League Baseball stadiums will organize their lower level seats into different price points and different names but not the Seattle Mariners. Most sections on the main level of T-Mobile Park have 41 rows of seats; the rows will be numbered 1 through 41. The first row in a lower level section will sometimes be row 4 or 5; especially behind the dugouts.

The visiting team uses the dugout in front of sections 136-139 (third base side). The Seattle Mariners use the dugout in front of sections 121 through 124 (1st base side). In sections 149 and 150, you’ll find the “King’s Court” which is a section of fanatical fans that pay tribute to All-Star pitcher King Felix Hernandez. 

The bullpens at T-Mobile Park are located in left center field and adjacent to section 151. Behind the bullpens, fans will be able to stand close to pitchers as they warm up. T-Mobile Park offers perhaps the most intimate bullpen experience in Major League Baseball. Like the other 29 Major League Baseball stadiums, the Seattle Mariners have expanded the netting system at T-Mobile Park to better protect fans from foul balls. The netting now stretches from sections 122 through 138, or the end of both dugouts.

 

 

View Level

View from the view level seats at T-Mobile Park. Home of the Seattle Mariners. 

The view level seats at T-Mobile Park include sections 306 through 347. There are 25 rows of seats in all of the view level sections and are numbered 1 through 25. The view level provides an excellent view of downtown Seattle from the sections behind home plate.

If you don’t mind sacrificing a little comfort, fans can actually sit closer to the field for less money by purchasing bleacher tickets (see below).

 

 

Bleachers

View from the bleacher seats at T-Mobile Park. Home of the Seattle Mariners. 

The bleacher seats at T-Mobile Park include sections 180 through 195. The left field bleacher sections have 12 rows of seats in each section and are numbered 1 through 12. The right field bleacher sections have 17 rows of seats in each section; those rows are numbered 1 through 17.

The bleacher seats are an excellent lower level seating option for fans that have kids and don’t want to spend a ton of money on tickets. Sections 183 through 185 will provide fans with an excellent view of each team’s bullpens below. There are a few downsides to sitting in the bleachers. One downside is that the view of the scoreboard is virtually non-existent from the right field bleacher sections since they sit below it. The bleachers seats also have no cupholders and don’t offer much comfort since they’re made of metal. Below the bleachers in the center field concourse, fans will be able to find a play area for kids as well a statue of former Marines announcer Dave Niehaus. The Ken Griffey Jr. statue is located outside of T-Mobile Park’s main entrance.

 

 

Hit It Here Café

The Hit It Here Café is a restaurant located in the outfield of T-Mobile Park and is open to all fans. The café opens two hours before the start of the game and requires no reservations. The café also offers a private event space called the “Hit It Here Terrace” for groups of more than 170 people. If events are not booked for the Hit It Here Terrace in advance, tickets are then offered individually to fans. The Hit It Here Terrace sits above sections 106 and 107 in the outfield.

 

 

Press Box Suite

View from the press box suite at T-Mobile Park. Home of the Seattle Mariners. 

The Press Box Suite is a premium seating option located directly above section 133 at T-Mobile Park. The Press Box Suite has it's name, obviously, because the suite is located adjacent to the T-Mobile Park press box. The perks for the Press Box Suite include

  • 20-32 tickets for guests
  • Private skybridge entry into T-Mobile Park
  • Complimentary parking in the T-Mobile Park garage
  • $70 catering credit per person
  • A suite attendant to address guest needs
  • Behind the scenes tour of T-Mobile Park with access to the field
  • Seattle Mariners cap for each guest

 

 

Home Plate Suite

View from the Homeplate Suite at T-Mobile Park. Home of the Seattle Mariners. 

The Home Plate Suite is only available for certain games throughout the season. The perks for the Home Plate Suite include

  • Complimentary parking the T-Mobile Park garage
  • Private skybridge entrance into the stadium
  • A $70 catering credit per person
  • A suite attendant to address guest needs
  • Pregame tour of the ballpark and access to the field
  • A Seattle Mariners cap for each guest
  • 20-26 tickets for the Press Box Suite

 

 

Lookout Landing

View from Lookout Landing at T-Mobile Park. Home of the Seattle Mariners. 

Lookout Landing is a private party area located near section 347 in the upper left field area of T-Mobile Park. Lookout Landing can accommodate between 75 and 150 people and the perks for this area include a view level ticket, complimentary food and drinks, and beautiful views of Elliot Bay and the downtown Seattle skyline.

 

 

Outside Corner

View from the Outside Corner at T-Mobile Park. Home of the Seattle Mariners. 

The Outside Corner is the largest pregame party area at T-Mobile Park and can accommodate between 100 and 600 people. The perks for the Outside Corner include food and drinks, a view level ticket, and wonderful views of Puget Sound and downtown Seattle.

 

 

Edgar’s Home Run Porch

View from Edgar's Home Run Porch at T-Mobile Park. Home of the Seattle Mariners. 

Edgar’s Home Run Porch is located above Edgar’s Cantina near the left field foul pole and can accommodate between 55 and 75 guests. This area provides fans with a private bartender, food, and beverages throughout the game.

 

 

The ‘Pen

View from The 'Pen at T-Mobile Park. Home of the Seattle Mariners. 

The ‘Pen at T-Mobile Park is a group party area located in centerfield and adjacent to the Seattle Mariners’ bullpen. Inside this area, you’ll find a fire pit for fans which is perfect for early and late season home games. Fans with tickets for The ‘Pen will also have access to the Caught Looking Lounge as well as the Coors Light Rail Bar.

The food options available to fans in The ‘Pen are all prepared by celebrity chef Ethan Stowell and they include

  • Edgar’s Cantina (named after Edgar Martinez)
  • Great State Burger
  • Ballard Pizza Co.
  • Dynamite Chicken

There are two group options available for fans that wish to book The ‘Pen for a Seattle Mariners home game. They include the “Patio at The ‘Pen”, and the “Power Alley at The ‘Pen”.

The Patio at The ‘Pen can accommodate between 55 and 75 guests and includes your ticket, and a pregame picnic before the game. The Power Alley at The ‘Pen is available to fans both before and during the game and includes your tickets, food and beverages, and a private bartender.

Centerplate is the primary food and beverage provider at T-Mobile Park. To learn more about the group hospitality areas at T-Mobile Park, please visit MLB.com/Mariners.

The Seattle Mariners currently use a dynamic ticket pricing model. This means that ticket prices will skyrocket for playoff games, weekend games, and home games vs. teams like the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox. Weeknight games vs. teams like the Oakland Athletics, however, will be much cheaper to attend.

Seattle, Washington is not on the way to anywhere, and there are no other ballparks in close proximity that baseball travelers can knock out during the same week. It would be safe to say, that many ballpark chasers have yet to visit T-Mobile Park. If you have, we'd love to hear about your trip! Stay tuned for our staff’s official review of T-Mobile Park.

  

 

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