Tips for Peoria Tix

Get section GG or greater unless you're a sunworshiper. Peoria used to keep the gates between the grassy berm and the rest of the park closed, but lately they've let you wander. So consider getting some seats in the shade and then moving to the outfield grass for the last few innings as the stars all leave early.

Peoria Stadium Food Policy: Peoria Stadium policy allows coolers and lunch bags containing food to be brought into the stadium, but they must be able to fit under a standard stadium seat in a space 10 inches high, 16 inches wide and 13 inches deep. Sealed plastic water bottles or empty plastic water/sports bottles will be allowed, as will sealed single serving juice boxes, baby food and formula. Peoria Stadium policy prohibits bringing any metal or glass containers for food or beverages into the stadium. Fruit must be sliced or cut into quarters. Thermos/canteen containers and similar items will not be allowed. No beverages, alcoholic or non-alcoholic, other than water or boxed fruit juices will be allowed.

Information on season, group and individual tickets for all of the Mariners spring games in Peoria can be obtained now by writing to: Peoria Diamond Club, 1601 North 83rd Drive, Peoria, AZ 85382, or by calling (800) 409-1511. Individual game tickets for all games in Arizona will go on sale beginning Saturday, January 8 and in addition to the numbers listed for TicketMaster Arizona can be purchased in person at any TicketMaster Northwest (206 622-HITS) or at Peoria stadium. The Peoria Sports Complex