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Safeco Field

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  • Thomas M.
    "Garlic fries, Kid Valley and Ivars are here, great firework shows."(28 Tips)
    Kerry C.
    "fun little vignettes between each inning."(5 Tips)
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    "check out the plaque in the visitor’s bullpen"(5 Tips)
    Kelly C.
    "Beautiful ballpark greAt atmosphere!"(4 Tips)
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  • Cameron G.
    Cameron Gidari2 weeks ago
    One of the most beautiful stadiums in the country, with a ton of good food options. Garlic fries are a must, just make sure you have gum.
  • Brian I.
    Brian Ibarra3 weeks ago
    Without a doubt much like what their commercials say this is for sure the best damn field in the whole league
  • Storie V.
    Storie Vasarkovy3 weeks ago
    All of it , especially the company ( Colette ) I had !!! Thanks to Scott , our lieutenant of the firehouse for being so kind to give us his season tickets .
  • Brian I.
    Alright I'll admit the tickets are cheap, the food is great, the wifi is strong and the seas are super comfy definitely the best baseball field
  • Crist J.
    Absolutely gorgeous. Really isn't a bad seat in the house, and I've sat dead centerfield in the last row.
  • Matt B.
    Matt BanksMarch 26
    A beautiful modern stadium with a great design and no truly poor sight lines. The baseball team needs work though.
  • Thomas M.
    Thomas MurphySeptember 26, 2015
    Everything but the baseball (unless you are a fan of the opposing teams). Garlic fries, Kid Valley and Ivars are here, great firework shows.
  • Brad D.
    Brad DAugust 16, 2015
    Behind home plate by the Mariners Hall of Fame is the best beer selection in the stadium. Get your micros!
  • 8PM R.
    8PM ReservationJuly 8, 2015
    Get here early and take in all the great eats this ball field is known for. Too bad the Mariners aren't a better ball club.
  • Zackary B.
    Zackary BrownJune 14, 2015
    If it's not overcast, skip out on the game for 20 minutes and make the trek up top to enjoy the sunset. You won't be let down.
  • John M.
    John MannSeptember 4, 2014
    Best features at Safeco Field: Retractable roof, garlic fries, bullpen in the outfield, SODO, adjacent train. If you need help deciding which Seats to purchase for your next Mariners game, check out Read more
  • Brittney L.
    Brittney LinvilleAugust 8, 2014
    Club seats are the way to go. They bring the food to you, seats are padded, and you can enjoy the baseball game.
  • Kerry C.
    Kerry ClarkSeptember 8, 2013
    Great place to see a ball game! Great traditions, excited fans, fun little vignettes between each inning.
  • Julia P.
    Julia ParkerSeptember 8, 2013
    Mariners on a winning streak & perfect weather -- Win/Win combination. New food options with Yoga Yogurt sundaes & Edgar Carnitas tacos. Garlic Fries are still a Must!
    Upvoted May 11
  • Experience
    ExperienceAugust 28, 2013
    You can now upgrade your seats at all Mariners home games! Download the MLB at the Ballpark app to upgrade: http://mlb.mlb.com/ticketing/upgrades.jsp?c_id=sea
  • Stan S.
    Stan SamsAugust 10, 2013
    Anyone here for the fireworks extravaganza must be severely disappointed. Very repeated with long draughts no fireworks whilst lame songs played. + it was shorter than what PETCO Park does every Fri
  • Darcy C.
    Darcy CheeriosAugust 4, 2013
    One of Baseballs greatest atmosphere's both inside and outside the ballpark. Make sure to get there nice and early to enjoy all the outside events.
  • Melissa J.
    Melissa JilkJune 7, 2013
    Forget Starbucks -- the best coffee is at Blazing Bagel (lowest level, near LF entrance)... much cheaper than Starbucks, too. And best bagels in Seattle..
  • Natalie C.
    Natalie CervantesMay 26, 2013
    They don't mess around at Safeco. NO MORE ALCOHOL at first pitch of 8th inning. Even if you are already in line they'll not serve you. Taps off.
  • HISTORY
    HISTORYMarch 25, 2013
    Safeco Field officially opened on July 15, 1999 in the middle of the baseball season. The retractable roof takes about 10 minutes to fully close.
  • Simon G.
    Simon GillettSeptember 25, 2012
    Margaritas at the taco stand are a great call! Also come early as all drinks up to an hour before the first pitch are only $5
  • Macey W.
    Macey WSeptember 7, 2012
    Choose to eat in the stadium rather than eating before coming in---delicious, not-your-average ballpark food!
  • Robby D.
    Robby DelawareSeptember 6, 2012
    Safeco's Alcohol Enforcement Teams remind me i've what I've heard about Soviet Union (circa 1936) intelligence services, utterly brutal, totally dumb, and all for show.
  • Which B.
    Which BusAugust 24, 2012
    Skip the traffic and take public transit; it's right by the Stadium Station. Trip planning and real time information available at http://bit.ly/RhKvQe.
  • Michael K.
    Michael KubiskyJuly 25, 2012
    If you have club level seats, try the Pasta bar in section 241, Get pasta with a marinara sauce with sausage or alfrado sauce, they can even add garlic and or parmisian as well.. YUM!
  • Eater
    EaterJuly 11, 2012
    Top Dining Options: Hamburg + Frites, Tortugas Voladuras, La Creperie, and Apizza are at the Pen; Field Roast at the Field Roast Stand; Ricenroll at Section 137; Hit it Here Cafe is in Right Field. Read more
    Upvoted May 1
  • Tim K.
    Tim KerrickJuly 4, 2012
    You can save $4.00 when you purchase 20oz fountain drinks without leaving the stadium for $1.50 if you get them from the Blazin Bagels window near the left field entrance.
  • Mark
    MarkJune 11, 2012
    Among the many great food options at Safeco, my favorites were the Cheddar Bratwurst w/ grilled onions and sauerkraut (best sausage/dog) and the "Ichiroll" sushi (best food name in MLB).
  • Transitions® lenses
    Transitions® lensesApril 18, 2012
    Watch the Mariners play in one of the country’s most beautiful ballparks, where you can take in America’s pastime in view of Seattle’s skyline and the sun setting over Puget sound. #seemoresights
  • Seattle Mariners
    Seattle MarinersApril 6, 2012
    Use MLB.com At Bat on your Android, iPhone, iPad or iPod, BlackBerry or Windows 7 device to follow all the action on the field and around the league while you are at the park. http://atmlb.com/HVhurc
  • Seattle Mariners
    Seattle MarinersMarch 22, 2012
    The ‘Pen has awesome, affordable food from renowned chefs, $5 happy hour beers until an hour before first pitch & is the only spot in-park open 2-1/2 hours before the game. Read more
  • Seattle Mariners
    Seattle MarinersMarch 22, 2012
    If Safeco Field wasn’t pretty enough itself, there’s also dozens of paintings, prints and photographs on display throughout the ballpark. Read more
  • William "Bill" B.
    William "Bill" B.September 6, 2011
    Cheer, but don't cheer too loud or else you may "interfere w/ others' enjoyment of the game." Ushers can be pricks. Careful when trying to be a fan...
  • University of Washington Athletics
    The Diamond Dawgs play an annual game at Safeco in the spring and UW Students get in free w/ID! Check the schedule link for more. Read more
  • COTU Brewing
    COTU BrewingAugust 4, 2011
    Find a Homefront IPA, a collaboration between Fremont Brewing and us! Aged on Louisville Sluggers and brewed by Mariner's pitcher Chris Ray! Proceeds go to Operation Homefront.
  • Pepsi
    PepsiJuly 1, 2011
    Hang out in one of the plazas that surround the field - the views here are better than in some of the upper tiers. Go Mariners!
  • Thach N.
    Thach NguyenJune 27, 2011
    The Infamous Safeco baseball stadium. Great time for a baseball game or a party in the exclusive box seats vip area. All you can eat garlic fries lol...
  • K12 Inc
    K12 IncJune 16, 2011
    Did you know? Baseball's origins are unknown, but it's thought that the game evolved from “town ball,” an American version of an old British game called “rounders.” Read more
  • Lauren B.
    Lauren BalterMay 29, 2011
    Check out The Natural behind home plate on the main concourse for gluten-free and vegan options! Also gf fish&chips on the club level (accessible to all).
  • Gregg G.
    Gregg GreeneApril 24, 2011
    Check out the 'Pen in center field. Gates open 2-1/2 hours before the game. Catch Mariners batting practice, grab $5 happy hour beers until an hour before the game and get great affordable grub. Read more
  • pete m.
    pete morisseauApril 23, 2011
    Don't buy the "hot" peanuts. In 2010 they went to paper bags in a bullshit enviromental appeal, now they don't retain heat for shit. Another tragic casualty of the "Go Green" movement.buy beer instead
  • Wayne P.
    Wayne PeckApril 11, 2011
    Kidd Valley has a great burger. The food is pretty awesome at Safeco. It should be since the Mariners aren't very good.
  • Gregg G.
    Gregg GreeneMarch 26, 2011
    The new 'Pen in centerfield has awesome views, a nice drink selection and great food from some top-flight chefs. Make sure to check it out when you go to a game. Oh, & it opens 2.5 hours before games.
  • Ryan B.
    Ryan BelloAugust 6, 2010
    The beer concession near the bullpen has a huge selection of a dozen or so beers, including my favorite in Safeco--Dick Danger Ale.
  • Humberto M.
    Humberto MartinezAugust 5, 2010
    Wednesday is family night...$18 gets you high but decent tix, a hot dog and small soft drink. Garlic fries are also awesome, but you may regret it the next day.
  • Daniel S.
    Daniel SaxonJuly 25, 2010
    Also be aware that red sox fans are the biggest fairweather fans in the world. The better their record the more "fans" come out. None have any connection to boston either.
  • Faith Y.
    Faith YiJune 24, 2010
    There are tips for baseball stadiums? Just have fun! Who knows, you might see Nick Lachey (co owns the Rainiers) or a local celeb gone famous like Joel Mchale throw 1st pitch
  • Troy A.
    Troy AkerApril 28, 2010
    Check out the Mariners Hall of Fame and the Museum of Pacific Northwest Baseball there at Safeco. Some interesting memorabilia.
  • Marnie C.
    Marnie CannonApril 27, 2010
    Take the Safeco Field stadium tour. It's a fantastic way to spend an hour or so, and only costs $9/person. Great when you have out-of-town guests, too! Read more
  • Tim K.
    Tim KerrickOctober 5, 2009
    if you own a Nintendo DS, DS Lite, or DSi - you can bring it to the stadium and interact with the game in ways no one else in the stadium will.
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