Minnesota Twins

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Taking in a Minnesota Twins game at Target Field is an experience that’s deeply woven into the fabric of the Twin Cities’ culture. The Twins have a storied history, founded in 1901 as one of the eight original American League teams. Originally located in Washington, D.C., and known as the Washington Senators, the team moved to Minnesota in 1961 and took on its current moniker.
You have your chance to see the Minnesota Twins live. Get cheap tickets today and enjoy the game.

February 28
Wed
06:05 pm
February 28, Wed, 06:05 pm
Hammond Stadium - Fort Myers
February 29
Thu
06:05 pm
February 29, Thu, 06:05 pm
CoolToday Park - Venice
March 01
Fri
06:05 pm
March 01, Fri, 06:05 pm
Hammond Stadium - Fort Myers
March 02
Sat
06:05 pm
March 02, Sat, 06:05 pm
BayCare Ballpark - Clearwater
March 03
Sun
06:05 pm
March 03, Sun, 06:05 pm
Hammond Stadium - Fort Myers
March 04
Mon
06:05 pm
March 04, Mon, 06:05 pm
Hammond Stadium - Fort Myers
March 04
Mon
06:05 pm
March 04, Mon, 06:05 pm
Ed Smith Stadium - Sarasota
March 05
Tue
06:05 pm
March 05, Tue, 06:05 pm
Roger Dean Stadium - Jupiter
March 06
Wed
06:05 pm
March 06, Wed, 06:05 pm
Hammond Stadium - Fort Myers
March 08
Fri
06:05 pm
March 08, Fri, 06:05 pm
LECOM Park - Bradenton

Over the years, the team has seen legendary players such as Harmon Killebrew, Rod Carew, and Kirby Puckett. With World Series titles in 1987 and 1991, the Twins have long been a source of local pride. The thrill of watching the Twins vie for another championship amplifies the excitement of game attendance.

Target Field offers a variety of seating options that cater to diverse preferences and budgets. Right behind home plate is the Delta SKY360° Club, a premium seating area that provides an all-inclusive food and drink experience, along with wider, padded seats. Then there are the general seating areas, which range from the lower-level Diamond Box Seats close to the action, to the more budget-friendly outfield seats and upper-level terrace.

The Budweiser Roof Deck offers a more casual, social setting with a bar-like atmosphere, where you can enjoy the game standing up or sitting at high-top tables. Meanwhile, the family-friendly Catch area is a laid-back option with a kid-centric focus.

Tickets become available several months before the season starts, and it’s generally advisable to purchase them as early as possible, especially for high-demand games like those against key rivals. That said, last-minute tickets are often available from various vendors other than the major one that shall remain nameless here. However, these are generally higher in price and offer less desirable seating options.

Ticket prices can fluctuate significantly based on several factors: the opponent, day of the week, and how well the Twins are performing. You might find tickets for as low as $15 for a weekday game against a less popular team, or you could end up paying $100+ per ticket for prime seats at a weekend game against a high-profile opponent.

The Twins have a number of rivalries that can make games especially electrifying. The Chicago White Sox are perhaps their most direct rivals, a competition that stems from the long-standing animosity between the two Midwest cities. Then there’s the rivalry with the Detroit Tigers, which has seen periods of intensity, particularly when both teams are performing well. Games against the Cleveland Guardians and the Kansas City Royals also ignite competitive spirit due to divisional implications.

Target Field

April 04
Thu
08:10 pm
April 04, Thu, 08:10 pm
Target Field - Minneapolis
April 06
Sat
06:10 pm
April 06, Sat, 06:10 pm
Target Field - Minneapolis
April 07
Sun
06:10 pm
April 07, Sun, 06:10 pm
Target Field - Minneapolis
April 08
Mon
11:40 pm
April 08, Mon, 11:40 pm
Target Field - Minneapolis
April 09
Tue
11:40 pm
April 09, Tue, 11:40 pm
Target Field - Minneapolis
April 10
Wed
05:10 pm
April 10, Wed, 05:10 pm
Target Field - Minneapolis
April 20
Sat
12:10 am
April 20, Sat, 12:10 am
Target Field - Minneapolis
April 20
Sat
06:10 pm
April 20, Sat, 06:10 pm
Target Field - Minneapolis
April 21
Sun
06:10 pm
April 21, Sun, 06:10 pm
Target Field - Minneapolis
April 22
Mon
11:40 pm
April 22, Mon, 11:40 pm
Target Field - Minneapolis

Attending a Minnesota Twins game is more than just a sporting event—it’s a cultural immersion. From the rich history of the team to the variety of seating options and the electrifying atmosphere when a key rivalry is being played out, each game offers a unique slice of Minnesota life. So next time you’re considering catching a game, weigh your options carefully in terms of seating and timing, as these choices will significantly impact your overall experience.