Target Field Seating Chart

Located below is the Minnesota Twins new stadium, Target Field seating chart.

In August 2007, ground broke for the construction of the Minnesota Twins new baseball home, Target Field. They left behind the Metrodome and moved into their new open-air stadium. Their first regular season game was on April 12, 2010.

Target Field

Target Field

Target Field is an open-air stadium that seats approximately 39,500 fans. There is standing room for an additional 1,500 fans.

The lower level seats 19,000 fans, while the upper deck can seat 13,468. There are 820 disabled seating areas available.

While the Metrodome did not have any Club seating, Target Field has seating available for 7,000 fans on the Club level. There are also private 54 suites available.

Finding Tickets

The least expensive way to purchase tickets is at the stadium box office. You won't have service charges or handling fees if you buy them directly from the team at the box office. Tickets generally go on sale for online purchase in February or March, it just depends on the year. At that tiime you can buy tickets to any game in the regular season.

I've set up an area on this website where you can get tickets to a game that come from resale inventory, which means someone purchased the tickets in advance and can no longer use them. I have an interactive seating chart to help find the seats you like too. Click on a section then get a picture of what the view looks like from that section. I like to have an idea of what my seat view and sight lines will look like before I go to a game at a ballpark that I haven't been to before. Although it's not a problem with Target Field, some stadiums, like Wrigley Field have a number of I-beams and columns that can get in your way of seeing the game.

You can view the Minnesota Twins tickets and see the interactive seating chart here. In January thru March you can also check out their spring training schedule here as well.

Disability Seating

The Twins and Target Field work with an organization called Ucare for special needs and disability seating at the ballpark. There is accessible seating available on all levels at Target Field in some 700 locations. UCare accessible seating is available to all guests with any type of special seating needs. And, the UCare accessible seating at Target Field is designed to accommodate wheelchairs. Guests that do not use wheelchairs, but still require accessible seating, are provided with padded folding chairs to use in these locations.

The Twins have a Guest Services number at the ballpark that can assist you with specific wheelchair seating information. Their number is 1-800-33-TWINS.

Target Field Seating Chart
Target Field Seating Chart

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