Twins launch another cheap deal on Target Field tickets

It comes after the massive success of its $5 promotion.
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The Twins haven't been struggling to fill Target Field in recent weeks as the team continues to blitz all of MLB, but that hasn't stopped them from offering another round of cheap tickets.

Fans went crazy when the Twins started offering "ballpark access" tickets to Target Field for $5 for games in May, selling out the allocation offered by the team.

Now the Twins are doing it again, offering $15 ballpark access tickets (which gets you into the ballpark, but doesn't get you a seat) for four home games this month, which are:

  • June 11 v. Mariners
  • June 13 v. Mariners
  • June 25 v. Rays
  • June 27 v. Rays

While $15 is more than the $5 offered last month, the tickets come with a $10 voucher for food and drink – including alcohol – that can be spent inside Target Field.

That's good for a beer or a meal, though you can snag two beers if you head to the "family-friendly" food stands in sections 133 and 237, where 12 oz. Buds are $5 each.

You can find out more about the deal, and buy your tickets here. You have until Thursday at 10 p.m. to snap one up.

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