I don’t get it. Is it the trade of Torii Hunter that people are still sore about? Is it higher gas and food prices dampening Twins fans enthusiasm? Here we finally have the Minnesota Twins just half a game out of first place, yet the sale of Minnesota Twins tickets are, in a word, sluggish.
Take this weekend, for example. The Minnesota Twins are taking on the Seattle Mariners. An exciting match-up, right? Not according to Minnesota Twins ticket sales. I just checked Ticket King , my favorite source for fair priced Twins tickets, and the going cost for prime seats just 17 rows up from the dugout is only $49. In case you are not aware, this is below face value for these Minnesota Twins Baseball tickets.
Well, I’m not a fair-weather fan so I plan to take advantage of these Minnesota Twins ticket deals while they last. With the baseball season starting to wind down, every game really counts and I plan to be there for them all. At least these Minnesota Twins tickets are cheap so I’ll have money left over for memorabilia. Can’t beat another Minnesota Twins pennant decorating the den!