Are you working on your summer bucket list? If you haven’t been to a Rainiers Game, it’s a great addition, but hurry, because there are just three home games left this summer!
My kids love going to Rainiers games, and seeing as I’m SouthSoundforlife, I was super excited to get to go on a behind the scenes tour of everything new and awesome in Rainiers Land earlier this summer.
It truly is a beautiful ballpark, and for families especially, it’s a great venue, and it’s just so much easier doing a game here than trekking to Seattle where you’ll have to take out a loan just to park the darn car!
Here are our best tips for Rainiers going. I know many of you are regulars and have been to lots this summer, so feel free to add yours, too!
- Go a little early for your pick of parking. Parking in the lot is 10.00, and in my opinion, it’s well worth it. I do suggest going a bit early so you can have your pick of spots.
- Play at the playground! Don’t forget to check out the playground. Did you know it’s open to the public during non game times, too? It’s true! We wrote a bit more about it in our post on toddler friendly playgrounds here.
- Score a deal! We think the 4 for 44.00 package is the best deal going. The Chik Fil A deal is also solid. Note-There aren’t any more of these offers this year, but keep them on your radar (along with the fireworks nights!) for next year. You can still get tickets to the remaining games for as little as 7.00 each!
Know before you go
- The bathrooms are reasonably clean.
- There are a lot more food options, including gluten free choices and lighter menu items. It’s ballpark food, so you’re not getting a bargain, but if you choose wisely, you can fill up and feel like you’ve gotten your money’s worth. Can I tempt you with a little eye candy from the Red Hot? #Getinmybelly
Want to go to one of the remaining games?
I just checked, and there are still tickets to each of the remaining three games. The cheapest seats are on the grass. No seats here-you bring a blanket. It’s a great family atmosphere in this section, the view is good, and you’re right by the playground. You may even get a fly ball!
You can go here to purchase tickets, or quite a few of our readers have said they prefer to purchase by phone.
Here’s some more on your options:
Call 1-800-745-3000 to purchase by phone
3 & under free on lap/No refunds, no exchanges/No outside food or drink
Parking $10 (Cash or Card). To ensure a parking spot, please arrive at least 1 hour before game time.
BOX SEATS: Seat with armrest & chair back in 100 Level Sections. Available for purchase DAY OF GAME ONLY.
RESERVED: Seat with armrest & chair back in Sections A-P. Day of game discounts for Senior/Youth/Military only available at the Box Office.
ACCESSIBLE: A maximum of 3 companions per disabled individual are allowed. To purchase by phone, call 1-800-745-3000.
GRASS: This is a general admission seating area. This area does not include seats. Chairs are prohibited. Blankets and bleacher seats are allowed.
RYARD & LOUNGE: Ticket includes 1 beverage in the RYARD. This is a general admission seating area. This area does not include a guaranteed seat.