Single-game Twins tickets at Target Field go on sale Feb. 16


The Minnesota Twins announced Tuesday that fans can start buying single-game tickets for the 2013 regular season on Saturday, Feb. 16, at noon.

“We are looking forward to a successful 2013 season and are encouraged by the more than nine million fans who came through the Target Field turnstiles during the past three seasons,” Twins President Dave St. Peter said in a news release. “The 2013 schedule is extremely attractive and we are anticipating another season of high demand games.”

The Twins will use a new five-tier variable-pricing structure for all individual tickets sold between Feb. 16 and Feb. 22, the Business Journal reports. Beginning Feb. 23, the team will apply demand-based ticket pricing, which will fluctuate based on supply and demand.

The Twins open the 2013 season on April 1 at Target Field against the American League Champion Detroit Tigers.

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