The Minnesota Twins have rolled out their 2020 Twins Pass, billing the ticket plan as an affordable option that can give fans access to 80 home games for a monthly fee.
Available now through February 12 at a special price of $45 per month from April through September (the lowest monthly price point ever offered, equating to $3.38 per game over the entire season), the 2020 Twins Pass provides standing room, ballpark access – with the opportunity to upgrade on a game-by-game basis into select seat locations – for all Twins regular season home games, with the exception of the April 2 home opener.
Twins Pass game tickets will be delivered to fans directly via their mobile devices using the MLB Ballpark app, with a limit of five per customer. A Twins Pass ticket ensures Target Field access to 80 regular season games; additionally, plan members will have an opportunity to upgrade to a designated, discounted seat in select locations for that day’s game, while ticket inventory remains available.
The monthly fee increases to $49 for those who purchase beginning February 13.
The Twins’ 2020 schedule features 16 home games in the month of April, 13 in May, 16 in June, 10 in July, 14 in August and 12 in September, along with showcase weekend series against the Boston Red Sox (April 24-26), Los Angeles Angels (June 4-7), New York Yankees (June 18-21), Toronto Blue Jays (July 9-12) and Houston Astros (July 31-August 2). The home Interleague schedule includes the first-ever Target Field appearance by the San Francisco Giants (May 4-6), along with visits by the Milwaukee Brewers (June 16-17), the Colorado Rockies (June 26-28) and the Los Angeles Dodgers (July 28-29). The Twins will also play 37 games at Target Field against their AL Central Division rivals, including 10 vs. the Cleveland Indians and nine each against the Chicago White Sox, Detroit Tigers and Kansas City Royals.
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