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Getting your hands on Minnesota Twins tickets shouldn’t mean blowing your entire summer savings. Use these 5 helpful tips to save money on Twins tickets this summer.

#1. Consider The Day Of The Week

It’s no secret that weekend tickets can sometimes be more expensive. Saturday games are often among the most expensive baseball tickets. Meanwhile, there’s a tendency for weekday tickets to cost less. If you want to save money, consider heading to a Twins game in the middle of the week.

For example, tickets for the Tuesday, August 14 game against the Pittsburgh Pirates start at $5. The same is true for Tuesday tickets for the away game against the White Sox a week later.

But this isn’t universal. Sometimes a weekday ticket is more expensive than a weekend ticket. Factors such as the opponent or the time of day the game starts can cause these type of fluctuations, so remember to do your homework!

#2. Utilize SeatGeek’s Deal Score Feature

When sports fans spend their hard-earned cash on Twins tickets, they’ll no doubt want to make sure they’re getting their money’s worth. Deal Score is a tool developed by SeatGeek to help rank the value of a ticket based on historical prices for the team and venue, the row location, the expected sightline from the section, and the quality of the other available tickets for the event. Utilizing this feature will ensure that you’re getting the most bang-for-your-buck when you buy Minnesota Twins tickets.

#3. Wait Until the Last Possible Minute

As with food about to expire, sometimes sellers are so eager to get rid of them, they’ll lower the price. This is great news for patient baseball fans, who might be able to get a discount if they’re willing to wait to buy tickets at the last possible minute.

It’s important to note that this strategy works best if you only need to buy one or two tickets. If you’re buying tickets for a large group, it might be hard to guarantee everyone can sit together if you wait to buy from a limited inventory.

#4. Head To The Home Games

If you love it at Target Field, then there’s good news! Tickets for home games tend to be much cheaper than away tickets. You might spend $50 to $200 to catch the Twins in action at Progressive Field, but not even spend half that amount on home tickets. Some of the most affordable tickets are for the September 25 home game against the Tigers.

If you’re determined to head away, then tickets to the August 21-22 games versus the White Sox start at only $5.

#5. Use Our SeatGeek Promo Code!

So you’ve written down all the above tips and now you’re ready to get your Twins tickets? Don’t click the buy button just yet! SeatGeek is offering a promo code to its first-time users for $10 off a purchase of $50 or more. From now until 6/30/18 sports fans can use code TBA10MLB on any MLB ticket and save some cash. So what more are you waiting for? Head here (or browse below) to get your Twins tickets today!

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