Twins offering 2-for-1 tickets for Washington, White Sox series

They want to "pack the park."
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The Minnesota Twins are counting on fans for extra support as they hurtle towards the Major League Baseball playoffs.

To that end, the Twins are running yet another ticket promotion designed to ensure the "Bomba Squad" play before a packed Target Field later this month.

The team is now offering 2-for-1 tickets for the upcoming home series against the in-form Washington Nationals between Sept. 10-12, and the Chicago White Sox between Sept. 16-18.

Now there's obviously a caveat to the offer – you're not going to be able to get 2-for-1 on tickets directly behind home plate. Instead the tickets are available for 10 sections of the top tier behind home.

That means you can get two tickets for sections 310-319 for just $20, or $10 each.

You can get your tickets here.

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