SEATTLE — Few tickets remain for upcoming Seattle Mariners home games, and tickets for some playoff games sold out quickly when they opened to the public Friday.
Tickets for the American League (AL) Wild Card games 1 and 2, the American League Division Series (ALDS) and game 1 of the American League Championship Series (ALSC) sold out within minutes, according to the Seattle Mariners.
The high demand comes as the Mariners aim to clinch a playoff spot, which could happen as early as Friday night.
As of Friday afternoon, there are still limited tickets for home games in the postseason, including Wild Card game 3 and ALCS games 2, 3 and 4.
Tickets are sold out for Friday night's matchup between the Seattle Mariners and Oakland Athletics at T-Mobile Park as the team celebrates its fans. The Mariners announced Friday's 6:40 p.m. game will host Fan Appreciation Night and will include fireworks, presented by T-Mobile, and prize giveaways throughout the night.
Upcoming games will also include appreciation nights with Saturday's 1:10 p.m. game celebrating season ticket members. As of Friday, less than 4,000 tickets remained for Saturday's game. Sunday's 1:10 p.m. game will host Kids Appreciation Day, presented by Boeing, and had less than 4,000 tickets remaining.
How to purchase a playoff ticket for the Seattle Mariners
Tickets for the 2022 Postseason became available Friday at 10 a.m. Tickets for all potential AL Wild Card, ALDS and ALCS home games are available at mariners.com/postseason.
However, available tickets will be limited and sellouts are expected, the Mariners warned Thursday.
Sales opened for Mariners Mail subscribers on Thursday afternoon and the postseason games were already close to selling out.
Postseason tickets include all potential AL Wild Card, ALDS and ALCS home games.
Tickets for possible World Series games will be announced at a later date, the team said.
Despite a recent skid, the Mariners are on the verge of clinching their first playoff spot in two decades.
The Seattle Mariners have the longest postseason drought in the MLB with their last playoff appearance in 2001.
However, the Mariners are firmly in the mix for one of three AL wild-card spots with seven games remaining on the schedule.
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