Twins announce single-game, Opening Day ticket plans

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  • Updated: January 7, 2014 - 1:44 PM

Single-game tickets for the Twins will go on sale on February 22 at 10 a.m., the Twins announced Tuesday.

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larsoeriJan. 7, 1411:28 AM

Do the factors include back-to-back-to-back 90 L seasons, no managerial change despite said losing seasons and no significant changes to address an anemic offense? One would assume those factors would lead to some pretty inexpensive tickets this year.

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yourwelcomeJan. 7, 1411:35 AM

Gotta love "Demand Based Pricing" Cleveland on a Monday night in Sept $40. Yankees on Saturday night in July $100

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edina2008Jan. 7, 1412:00 PM

I'll ask it again.. why is Ron Gardenhire still managing this team?? I guess the criteria for a change is FOUR straight 90+ loss seasons.

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partskcojJan. 7, 1412:14 PM

Las Vegas Odds for 2014. Twins win World Series 100/1. Twins win AL 50/1. The only team with worse odds is Houston.

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stjohnsonJan. 7, 14 1:45 PM

Once the all-star game is gone, they will be giving tickets away to the Aug and Sept games.

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sidhartmannJan. 7, 14 2:45 PM

Fans announce boycott of Taxpayer Ballpark until ownership open purse strings to field a respectable major league team.

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vikings1Jan. 7, 14 5:42 PM

I'll wait until after the All Star game when tickets should be cheaply available. No point paying face value to see a AAA ball club.

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stanbobJan. 7, 14 6:23 PM

"the Twins will price tickets according to the opponent" - they should take into consideration the (lack of) quality of the home team...

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drudgemonkeyJan. 7, 14 7:27 PM

I looked this up today. Full Season ticket equivalents sold by Twins. 2010 and 2011, the max of 25,000. 20,000 in 2012, 19,000 in 2013 and 17,000 for 2014. So good seats should definitely be available. I have season tickets, but only go to watch the other team play.

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WaterBunkerJan. 7, 14 8:19 PM

17,000 season tickets sold for 2014? What are these people these people thinking?

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