ARLINGTON -- The Twins released their 2011 season ticket prices on Monday. A total of 59 percent of tickets will experience between a $1-$2 increase in price per game next season, according to the prices released by the Twins. All main level tickets will see an increase between $2-$3 per game. Two sections -- the U.S. Bank Home Run Porch View and the Grandstand -- will actually see a $1 decrease per game, and the U.S. Bank Home Run Porch Terrace price will remain the same. All three of those sections are located in the outfield mezzanine level at Target Field.
"While we're in the midst of an incredibly successful season, both in terms of team performance and ticket sales, the Twins remain committed to providing the region's most affordable family entertainment as we enter our second season at Target Field," said Twins president Dave St. Peter in a statement. More information on exact ticket prices in each section can be found on www.twinsbaseball.com.