The best way to secure tickets to the games you want to attend and get the best price for the season is by purchasing a Membership and becoming a Marlins member.
The Miami Marlins offer Full Season Plans, Half Season Plans and Mini Plans, all of which include Opening Day, year-round membership, exclusive events and customized benefits. Please contact the Membership Sales Department by calling (305) 480-2525, visiting the website or emailing [emailprotected] for more information.
Miami Marlins Foundation
The Miami Marlins Foundation makes an impact by creating opportunities for youth to stay active, achieve academic success, and build leadership skills. Our programs focus on wellness, empowerment, and youth baseball & softball.
The 50/50 Raffle presented by Miccosukee is a fundraising program for the Miami Marlins Foundation to raise funds during the season. Fans can play to win 50% of the net proceeds raised throughout the game, with the remaining proceeds benefitting the Marlins Foundation wellness, empowerment, and youth baseball programs.
Ways to Play and Purchase Tickets
In-Game: Kiosks, scan QR code, and through the website - marlins.com/raffle
At home: marlins.com/raffle
Prices to purchase tickets:
- 3 for $5
- 10 for $10
- 60 for $20
- 50 for $40
For more information, click here.
Make A Donation
The Miami Marlins Foundation makes a positive impact on South Florida by creating opportunities for youth to stay active, achieve academic success, and build leadership skills. Our programs focus on wellness, empowerment, and Youth Baseball & Softball. Every donation, no matter how small, contributes to the collective impact we make on our local youth. Click here to make an online donation.
- In-Kind Donation Request
- The Marlins are committed to assisting non-profit organizations in their fundraising efforts. If you would like the Marlins to consider donating an auction item to your next fundraiser, submit your request to marlins.com/inkind. Please note that the Marlins require at least four (4) weeks' notice for consideration of your request.
- Silent Auctions
- On select home games, the Marlins Foundation will host a silent auction featuring autographed memorabilia and unique experiences. The silent auction table, located on the Promenade Level, will open when ballpark gates open and close at the end of the 4th inning. All proceeds will benefit the Marlins Foundation wellness, empowerment, and youth baseball programs. For more information, visit marlins.com/auctions.
Miami Marlins Foundation: Empowerment
Through our empowerment programs, we provide access and opportunity to our youth through college scholarships, leadership development opportunities, and educational resources. Our programs impacted more than 45,000 students in 2021.
- Back to School Distribution
- The Miami Marlins Foundation partners with Kiwanis of Little Havana Foundation to distribute school supplies to schools across Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach County. The effort results in more than 9,000 students receiving school supplies to start off the school year with all the necessary materials to have a successful academic year. PNC Bank will be supporting our 2022 efforts.
- Great Minds, Great Athletes in partnership with Miami Dade County Public Schools and Positive Coaching Alliance
- The Miami-Dade County Public Schools Great Minds, Great Athletes Program, in partnership with Positive Coaching Alliance and Miami Marlins Youth Academy, is the first of its kind in South Florida, uniting three organizations focused on the development of the community’s youth. The innovative program provides support for student-athletes as well as their parents, coaches, and school administration, augmenting the strong work in mental health by the Miami-Dade County Public Schools’ Mental Health Services Department. For the 2020-21 school year, 5,148 individuals across 18 schools were impacted by programming. At the start of the 21-22 school year, Bally Sports Florida joined the program as we expanded our program to 27 schools across Miami-Dade and Broward County. Nike will be supporting the program for the 2022-2023 school year.
- Holiday Wishes
- This initiative celebrates the joy of the holidays. Participants enjoy treats, arts and crafts, and music. Our employees and partners select kids’ wishes and purchase gifts providing under-served youth with an unforgettable holiday experience.
Marlins Impact Moments
Recognizing our Frontline Heroes and Community Gamechangers is important, and our Marlins Impact Moments do just that by providing an unforgettable experience and recognition to our heroes, community leaders and organizations during each Marlins home game.
- Frontline Hero of the Game presented by CITY Furniture
- On Mondays, the Marlins Impact Moment presented by CITY Furniture honors a member of the police, fire, rescue or military. This individual will be honored for their efforts in making an impact in our local community.
- Community Gamechanger
- On Saturdays, the Marlins Impact Moment will celebrate individuals or organizations that are making a positive impact in wellness, empowerment, or youth baseball and softball in our local community.
Miami Marlins Scholars
The Miami Marlins Foundation offers need-based financial scholarships to students that are making an impact in the community. We offer First Generation scholarships to students who are first in their family to go to college, Legacy scholarships to RBI participants, and an annual scholarship to students through the Jackie Robinson Foundation presented by Nike.
- Slugger Schoolhouse presented by PNC Bank
- The Miami Marlins Foundation Slugger Schoolhouse initiative presented by PNC Bank provides quarterly connections throughout the school year, including education initiatives, food drives, empowerment opportunities, and exercise programs to our local schools surrounding the ballpark. Participating schools include Lenora B. Smith Elementary, Poinciana Park Elementary, Kensington Park Elementary, and Alpha Charter of Excellence.
- Sports Can Battle Racism in partnership with Positive Coaching Alliance
- An initiative in partnership with the Positive Coaching Alliance for the development of a national curriculum for the Sports Can Battle Racism workshop for student athletes and deliver training to coaches and student athletes across South Florida, understanding the substantive role that coaches and student athletes play in furthering racial equality and social justice. The program furthers the development of courage, resilience and character on and off the field.
Miami Marlins Foundation: Wellness
Focusing on wellness challenges that prevent children from excelling in school, the Miami Marlins Foundation addresses food security, promotes healthy eating habits, and physical and mental fitness. Our Home Plate Meals program, consisting of food pantries, drive-thru and mobile distributions, and a Thanksgiving distribution program, has provided nearly 6 million total meals since 2019, with more than 5 million meals to our local community in 2021.
- Home Plate Meals Food Distributions
- Focusing on wellness challenges that prevent children from excelling in school, the Miami Marlins Foundation addresses food security, promotes healthy eating habits, as well as physical and mental fitness. Our Home Plate Meals program, which features school pantries, drive-thru distributions, and a Thanksgiving distribution, provided more than 5,000,000 meals to our local community in 2021.
- Home Plate Meals Food Pantry Program
- In partnership with Feeding South Florida, we created a food pantry at Charles Drew K-8 Center to provide a variety of readily accessible food to students and their families, in a safe environment with which they are already familiar. The food pantry focuses on providing non-perishables and fresh fruits and vegetables through a monthly farmers market style distribution. The generous support of our players and fans has enabled us to support this program. A pantry will also be opening at Citrus Grove Middle School sponsored by UHealth to serve the families of both Citrus Grove Elementary and Middle School.
- Home Plate Meals Thanksgiving Distribution presented by Tito’s Homemade Vodka
- The Miami Marlins Foundation hosts the annual Home Plate Meals Thanksgiving Distribution presented by Tito’s Handmade Vodka at loanDepot park. Traditionally, Marlins CEO, Derek Jeter is joined by Marlins players, Marlins front office, community leaders, and Love, Tito’s volunteers to donate 1,000 Thanksgiving meals to families in need from our local neighborhood. Each family receives a Thanksgiving bag which includes a 10-pound turkey and fixings to prepare a traditional Thanksgiving meal. The event yields more than 20,000 meals.
- Home Plate Meals Food Garden
- The Miami Marlins Home Plate Meals Food Garden hosts monthly educational workshops during the school year for students from the four neighboring Miami Marlins Foundation Slugger Schoolhouses. Each workshop serves as a learning opportunity for local youth to develop healthy eating habits, care for the environment, and learn proper gardening techniques. The garden will also host periodic tree and garden material giveaways for families in the neighborhood.
The garden, which is 44 feet by 21 feet in size, is located on the exterior of loanDepot park, near the Center Field Entrance.
Miami Marlins Foundation: Youth Baseball & Softball
The Miami Marlins Foundation provides sports-based youth development programs that utilize baseball and softball as the vehicle to provide kids with life-changing social and emotional learning experiences. Our programs impact more than 43,000 youth in South Florida, reinforcing what it means to be a team player, providing character development opportunities, and creating leadership skills for youth of all abilities.
- Equipment Donations
- We distribute baseball and softball equipment to youth and teams, ensuring every child can participate in recreational play. Nike and Bally Sports Florida have supported our equipment donation programs.
Miami Marlins / Bally Sports Florida Youth Player of The Game
The Miami Marlins Foundation and Bally Sports Florida are celebrating youth baseball and softball players across South Florida. During each game broadcast, one player is recognized as the youth player of the game. To enter for a chance to be featured, click here.
Miami Marlins RBI (Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities) presented by University of Miami Health System
An invitational sports-based youth program designed to promote interest in baseball, softball, academic achievement, and social responsibility in underserved areas of South Florida. The program offers free, instructional, and competitive summer baseball & fastpitch softball for youth ages 13-18.
The Marlins supply uniforms, umpires, and equipment to more than 500 children annually. All participants enjoy a fun and competitive summer league in addition to clinics hosted by Marlins players and alumni. Participants can also take part in our career workshop series, an on-field recognition ceremony during RBI Night and the opportunity to be selected for the RBI All-Star team that competes in the Southeast Regional Tournament.
Miami Marlins Jr. RBI presented by University of Miami Health System, Nike and loanDepot
A free youth outreach program for children ages 5 through 12. Designed to increase participation and interest in baseball and softball, encourage academic achievement, and teach the value of teamwork. Participating leagues include City of Miami Parks & Recreation, Boys & Girls Club of Miami at Gwen Cherry Park, Boys & Girls Club Northwest, City of Ft. Lauderdale Parks & Recreation, and Miami Gardens Parks & Recreation.
Marlins Youth Academy Spring Tee Ball Initiative presented by UKG
The Miami Marlins and the Miami Marlins Foundation are committed to growing the game of baseball & softball in South Florida. Through the Marlins Youth Academy Tee Ball Initiative, we aim to help leagues with alleviating some of the league costs. These savings in turn can lower registration costs, increasing the potential number of children playing. In the program, we provide Miami Marlins branded uniform tops, Marlins caps, and equipment for each tee ball team in the program. The Spring program presented by UKG features more than 225 teams across 23 South Florida leagues. City Furniture will be sponsoring the Fall tee ball program.
Marlins Youth Academy Fall Tee Ball Initiative presented by CITY Furniture
The Miami Marlins and the Miami Marlins Foundation are committed to growing the game of baseball & softball in South Florida. Through the Marlins Youth Academy Tee Ball Initiative, we aim to help leagues with alleviating some of the league costs. These savings in turn can lower registration costs, increasing the potential number of children playing. In the program, we provide Miami Marlins branded uniform tops, Marlins caps, and equipment for each tee ball team in the program. CITY Furniture will be sponsoring the Fall tee ball program.
The Marlins, in partnership with MLB.com, are proud to offer two mobile applications (apps):
The official app of the ballpark, the MLB Ballpark app perfectly complements and personalizes your visit. Buy, access and forward game tickets, unlock mobile check-in offers and rewards, access your Home Run Rewards card, explore the ballpark, purchase 50/50 raffle tickets, play Marlins trivia and much more. Available for iOS and Android devices, the MLB Ballpark app can be found in the app stores. Click here for more information.
The MLB app provides pitch-by-pitch coverage of all the action! Features include: live game coverage, scores and schedules, breaking news, expert analysis, stats, access to live audio and video, and more!
Mobile Food & Beverage Ordering
Mobile ordering is available via the CHEQ app at select concession stands . Guests can scan QR codes located throughout the ballpark to order food and beverage from their mobile device for pickup at participating concession stands.
With two World Series Championships, fans flock to Miami Marlins events and games and are always wanting the best view. The best seats for a Miami Marlins game are located in the Diamond Club seats located behind home plate, or the Clubhouse Box seats along the first and third baselines.Do the Marlins ever open the roof? ›
Retractable Roof Policy
The decision as to whether a game begins with the roof open or closed rests solely with the home club. If the game begins with the roof open: It shall be closed only in the event of impending rain or other adverse weather conditions.
Guests and their belongings will be inspected before entering the ballpark. Clear bags are permitted, cannot exceed 16”x16”x8” in size and must be plastic, vinyl, or PVC material. Exceptions will be made for small clutches no larger than 6”x8” and bags for medical or infant purposes.How early can you get into loanDepot Park? ›
LoanDepot Park gates will open 90 minutes before first pitch for most fans and games with a few exceptions. Guests with premium seats in “The Club: DEX Imaging” or suites can get in 2 hours before first pitch.What are the best seats in loanDepot park? ›
Best View at LoanDepot Park
Home Plate Box 11-18: These seats are just behind the all-inclusive (and hard to come by) Diamond Club Seats, right around home plate. And although not right on the net, this section starts about 5 rows back and gives you the best sights and sounds of the game.
Dugout choice in MLB
Which team occupies the dugout on the first-base side or the third-base side is purely arbitrary. The Major League Baseball Rulebook is silent on the subject.
The stadium itself is really nice and new. It was a neat experience to sit in an air conditioned stadium and not have to worry about a sunburn.Does Marlins Park have real grass? ›
Unlike the NFL, which features a 50-50 split between natural grass and turf venues, just five MLB franchises play their home games on turf — and that number only recently increased, after the Arizona Diamondbacks, Texas Rangers, and Miami Marlins opted to make the switch to faux grass in 2020.Does the Marlins stadium have a fish tank? ›
Marlins Park no longer has fish tanks behind home plate
After Loria sold the team to a group fronted by Bruce Sherman and CEO Derek Jeter, the Marlins have changed the team's colors and uniforms, done away with the sculpture and now, have removed the fish tanks.
Save Money on Food
Unlike a lot of MLB parks, the Marlins are no longer allowing fans to carry in their own food. In fact, all bags being carried into loanDepot Park must now be clear, so no sneaking it in a bag either. You can only bring in one sealed, unflavored water no bigger than 20 oz.
Yes we bring food and water all the time. Look on Marlins Park Information under permitted items. "Individual serving size food items placed in a clear plastic bag (e.g. sandwiches, snacks, sliced fruits, etc.)". Also one sealed bottle of water each is allowed - 20 ounces or smaller.Does loanDepot park allow backpacks? ›
Clear bags are permitted inside loanDepot park. Bag must be clear and cannot exceed 16"x16"x8" in size. Bags must be plastic, vinyl, or PVC material.
Miami Marlins (LoanDepot Park):
Hot Dog: $3. Beer: $5.
PERMITTED ITEMS: ONE SOFT-SIDED, FACTORY-SEALED WATER BOTTLE OF 20 OUNCES OR LESS, ONE SINGLE SERVING FOOD ITEM CONTAINED IN A CLEAR PLASTIC BAG - PIECES OF FRUIT MUST BE SLICED, CLEAR BAGS NO LARGER THAN 16"X16"X8", SMALL PURSES/CLUTCHES NO LARGER THAN 4.5in X6.How long before a baseball game do the gates open? ›
What time do the ballpark gates open? Gates open one hour prior to the scheduled first pitch.What is the temperature inside loanDepot stadium? ›
An air-conditioning system will cool the average temperature to 75 °F (24 °C) with the roof and glass panels closed.How much is parking at the Marlins stadium? ›
Q: What are parking rates at loanDepot park? A: Parking rates for Marlins Baseball: Weekday (Mon-Fri) - $15; Weekend (Sat-Sun) - $20 ($15 advance rate); Marquee Game - $25 ($20 advance rate). Parking rates for special events will be posted in advance of the event.Does Brightline go to Marlins stadium? ›
Never miss an inning when you take Brightline to see the Marlins at loanDepot park.Do Dugout Club tickets include parking? ›
Dugout Club includes exclusive access to private club space, multiple bars, and complimentary food and non-alcoholic beverages. Other amenities include preferred parking, complimentary foot and beverages, in-seat wait service, and private restrooms.Which side is visitors dugout? ›
Visitor dugout is on third base side. over a year ago. The best spot is anywhere along the third base line. Between home and the outfield.
Dugouts came to be for a simple reason: by putting the players lower than field level, fans sitting closest to the action, in the expensive seats, would have a better view of the game.Is Marlins stadium roof retractable? ›
The retractable roof mechanization system is supported by two horizontal concrete track beams approximately 566 feet apart and 750 feet long.How often is Marlins Park roof open? ›
LoanDepot park is a retractable roof stadium, but due to the heat, humidity, and frequent rain in Miami, the roof is only left open for about 14% of games. When it is open, temperatures are usually between 75 and 85 degrees and the architecture of the stadium prevents wind from having much effect.Does LoanDepot Park have a pool? ›
The ballpark originally featured a pool on the field level, behind the left field fence next to the Marlins bullpen. However, prior to the start of the 2020 season it was removed and became a new gathering area that features a bar.Does Marlins stadium have a pool? ›
The club beyond the left field wall at field level has closed. It included a swimming pool, dancers and DJs, and had been a staple at the ballpark since it opened in 2012. The space will still be accessible to fans with different seating and without the pool, but the bar remains.What is the best grass for a baseball field? ›
Kentucky Bluegrass is by far the most popular type of grass used in MLB ballparks. Its bright green color, combined with its changeable properties, makes it easy to shape. Basically, Bluegrass is like hair that grows its own styling gel.Do any MLB teams play on artificial turf? ›
The honeymoon with turf peaked in 1982, when 10 of 26 MLB teams played on fake grass. The artificial stuff had a good run for about four decades in MLB, but ultimately did not last. By 2018, there were just two MLB teams playing on the fake stuff, the Tampa Bay Rays and the Toronto Blue Jays.Did Marlins get rid of fish tanks? ›
In addition to the fish tanks, Jeter and company changed the team's uniforms and color scheme and got rid of the polarizing home run sculpture in left-center field.When did Marlins Remove the fish tank? ›
The sculpture was ultimately dismantled and removed from the ballpark in November 2018.Does Safeco Field have a roof? ›
The retractable roof covers 8.9 acres, is 275 feet high and weighs 22 million pounds - 11,000 tons. Powered by 96 10-horsepower motors, it moves about 6 mph and takes 10 to 20 minutes to open or close, depending on the wind speed.
1) Can I bring my own food and beverages? Bottles, cans and other containers with food and/or beverages may not be brought into the ballpark. Exceptions will be made for people with special needs (i.e. baby food and medical) and will be judged on a case-by-case basis by Marlins management.Are Vapes allowed in Marlins Park? ›
Smoking, E-Cigarettes, and Vaping are prohibited in Marlins Park. In consideration of all Guests, the Marlins ask for your cooperation. There are no designated smoking areas inside the ballpark and exiting and re-entry is prohibited for this purpose.Can I bring outside food to Marlins Park? ›
The Marlins Park food policy allows for specific permitted items related to food and drink: Individual serving sizes food items that are in a clear plastic bag, including sandwiches, snacks, or sliced fruit.Is Marlins Park cashless? ›
MLB makes the cashless move
26 of the 30 Major League Baseball teams were completely cash-free for the 2021 season. The other four teams (the Blue Jays, Indians, Marlins and Red Sox) still accepted cash, but all strongly encouraged cashless transactions.
Most of the parking garages of the park must be pre-paid through the internet or ticket office. The first base or center field garages accept cash or credit card during the game. To have an even better experience download the MLB official app MLB Ballpark.Can I bring food to loanDepot park? ›
You are not allowed to bring outside food in.Is loanDepot park cashless? ›
All other policies as part of loanDepot park's 2021 health and safety measures will remain as posted, including digital ticketing, free-flow parking, mobile ordering for concession purchases, preferred cashless transactions as well as Lysol disinfection and hand sanitizer stations.How long is a Marlins baseball game? ›
And for the Miami Marlins, the average game length ranges from 2.5 hours to over 4 hours.Can you smoke at loanDepot park? ›
loanDepot park is a smoke-free environment, with smoking prohibited within 25 feet of the building.› miami-marlins-fan-guide ›
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The Humana Cabana seats are as close as seats get to third base at loanDepot park. These exclusive seats are extra padded and provide a comfortable seating experience while being close to the action. Seats are located just beyond the Marlins dugout near third base.What is Legends Platinum? ›
Legends Platinum seats are located along the infield on the 200 level at loanDepot park. Sitting here provides great views combined with some comfort for Marlins games. Sections include 207-211 on the first base side and sections 219-222 on the third base side.What is Legends Platinum at Miami Marlins? ›
The Lexus Legends Platinum includes Marlins Section 207, Marlins Section 208, Marlins Section 209, Marlins Section 210, and Marlins Section 211 down the first base line and Marlins Section 219, Marlins Section 220, Marlins Section 221, and Marlins Section 222 down the third base line.Can I buy tickets at Miami Marlins stadium? ›
Buying Miami Marlins Tickets at the Stadium
You can also purchase tickets from ticket brokers such as StubHub or Vivid Seats. If you need to visit the ticket office for assistance, the Marlins ticket office at LoanDepot Park is located on the north side of the stadium (view) along NW 6th street.
Located at Field Level along the first and third base lines of loanDepot park, the Dugout Club seats pair close-up views of the ballgame with access to premium amenities, including cushioned seating, a private entrance and in-seat wait service.Does Brightline go to Marlins stadium? ›
Never miss an inning when you take Brightline to see the Marlins at loanDepot park.What are the best seats at Nationals Park? ›
The best seats for a Washington Nationals game are located in the premium sections described below, the Lexus Presidents Club, and the PNC Diamond Club. If those seats fall out of your price range, the Club level tickets around the infield (sections 206-221) are a fantastic option as well.How much is parking at Marlins stadium? ›
|Garage /Lot||Parking Rate|
|First Base Garage (Reserved)||$20-$25|
|First Base Garage||$15-$25|
|Third Base Garage||$15-$25|
|Center Field Garage||$25|
MLB Ticket Prices
The average ticket price for an MLB game is $53. Weekday games and early-season matchups are known for offering great deals on tickets.
|Season||Location||Average Ticket Price|
|2019||Roger Dean Stadium||$61|