Marlins return to Miami to host Mets September 18-20

Free admission for first responders and residents of Monroe County

The Miami Marlins return home to Marlins Park tomorrow for a brief homestand, with the opener of a three-game series against the New York Mets. On the year, the Marlins have a 36-35 record at home, and have won 11 of their last 18 home games. The homestand will feature Salute & Serve Monday, Half-Price Tuesday and the USA Power Tour featuring the Long Haul Bombers on Sept. 19.
 
Throughout the homestand and the remaining home games, first responders and residents of Monroe County will have free admission. First responders should make their way to the Center Field Entrance and claim their tickets one and a half hours prior to the start of each game. Two tickets will be provided per valid identification indicating First Responder status. This offer is only valid for pick up at the Center Field Entrance. Monroe County residents should make their way to the North Ticket Window and claim their tickets beginning one and a half hours prior to the start of each game. Two tickets will be provided per identification indicating a Monroe County residential address.
 
For more information regarding all events, promotions and ticket specials taking place during this upcoming homestand, please see the attached file or visit Marlins.com/Promotions. Fans looking to purchase tickets for any special event can visit Marlins.com/SpecialEvents.