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Oracle Park Club Seats & Premium Areas

  • Club Level - The entire 200 level of Oracle Park makes up the Alaska Airlines Club Level. Fans seated here will have access to the exclusive enclosed club level co...
  • Field Club Seats - Among the most desirable seats for a Giants game are those found in the lettered rows of sections 107-124. These seats are ideal for a baseball gam...

Best Seats For a Concert at Oracle Park

The most common seating layout at Oracle Park for concerts is an end-stage setup with the stage located near sections Section 136, Section 137 and Section 138. For many concerts there are also slight variations to the layout, which may include General Admission seats, fan pits and B-stages.

On the Field: Sections Field 1, Field 2, Field 3 and Field 4 are Field Seats, which offer some of the closest views of the performers. For many concerts, field sections are added or removed. These performer-specific adjustments may alter the field layout and the views from each field section.

To the Side of the Stage: For close views of the stage with a little bit of elevation, consider seats to the side of the stage in Section 101, Section 131 and Section 149. The view is not head-on like on the field, but many of the seats are closer to the stage, provide better elevation and are actual stadium seats.

Head-on to the Stage: Seats directly across from the stage, like those in Section 113, Section 114, Section 115 and Section 116 provide the most comfortable looks of the performance.

Even upper level sections offer unobstructed sitelines. Just keep in mind that you won't be able to see as much detail from these seats as you would if you sat closer to the stage.

Consider the Following When Buying Concert Tickets

Seats behind the stage are occassionally sold: Unless your main objective is to just get in the building, you'll want to completely avoid anything behind the stage - like those in/near or above sections Section 136, Section 137, Section 138 and Section 139. It's unlikely the performer will turn around to salute you - and you're more likely to be completely blocked out from seeing the show.

If you're on the shorter side (or bringing kids), consider field seats only in the first few rows: The most common complaint amongst field ticketholders is that they can't see the stage because of taller people in front of them. As an alternative, consider side sections near the stage that will still have you close and high enough to see.

Lower level side sections are not created equal: While the side sections closest to the stage are top-notch, side sections farther from the stage may leave you with a cramp in your neck. Sections 133 and 152 are not well-angled towards the stage - leaving you to turn your head for an ideal view. Instead, consider head-on sections in the lower level or even close side seats in the upper level like 331 and 332.

Giants Ticket Information

2023 Giants tickets

The 2023 Giants tickets guide includes the season schedule, ticket price information and the best options for buying tickets.

Arcade Seats

  • Arcade Seats - One of the most unique seating experiences in baseball is available in Oracle Park's Outfield Arcade. Perched on top of the right-field wall, these s...

Bleacher Seats for Baseball

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  • Bleacher Seats - The Bleachers are located just beyond the outfield wall in left and center field of the Oracle Park seating chart. These seats will be your best bet ...

Field Seats for Concerts

  • Field Seats - The best seats at Oracle Park for a concert are located directly on the field. Known as Field Seats (or Floor Seats), a ticket in one of these section...

Giants Dugout & Visitor Dugout

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The Giants dugout is on the third-base side of Oracle Park.

Giants Dugout - The Giants players sit in front of Section 122 and Section 123

Visitor Dugout - The visiting team sits in front of Section 108 and Section 109

Home & Visitor Sideline For Football Games

Home Sideline - For most football games the home team sideline is in front of Section A, Section B, Section C and Section D

Visitor Sideline - The visiting team sideline is in front of Section E, Section F, Section G and Section H

Lower Box Seats

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  • Lower Box Seats - On the Oracle Park seating chart, Lower Box Seats refers to sections 101-135. Owing to their location near the field, these are some of the most sough...

Patio Tables Seating

  • Patio Tables Seating - There are two patio table locations at Oracle Park. One location is along the infield behind section 107, and the other is in left field behind sectio...

Silver Bullpen Seating for Baseball

Seats adjacent to the bleachers in right center field
  • Silver Bullpen Seating - The Silver Bullpen seats at a Giants game are located in deep center-field. They are some of the farthest seats from home plate, but they're also some...

Standing Room Only for Baseball

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  • Standing Room Only - Oracle Park regularly sells out for the biggest Giants games. Whether it's a Dodgers game or a post-season tilt, sometimes Standing Room Only tickets ...

View Level Seating

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  • View Level Seating - The View Level at Oracle Park refers to all 300 Level sections. The name for these seats does not refer to views of the field. Rather, it refers to vi...

Shaded & Covered Seating

Oracle Park Covered Seats
  • Shaded and Covered Seats - Shaded Seats at Oracle Park A sunny day game at Oracle Park Each year the Giants play more than a dozen afternoon home games. Most of these are ...

Oracle Park Seat Views

Best Seats for Great Views of the Field

While AT&T Park shines in its effort to cater to casual baseball fans through delicious food, surrounding scenery and in-park attractions, it is an otherwise plain stadium. With the exception of the Arcade seats in right-field, the stadium's three main seating levels are mostly lacking in character. Never-the-less, there are a few excellent seating choices for getting a great view and a few quirks that make even the cheap seats just a touch better.

For a truly outstanding view our first recommendation is seating on the club level. These sections - labeled 202-234 on the Giants seating chart - are situated at an elevation high enough to see the field comfortably, but low enough to make you feel close to the field. In fact, fans at the back of Promenade Level sections might argue that the club level is too close to the field for the way its overhang obstructs views from the back rows of the 100 level sections. While you can't go wrong with a home plate view from these sections, we really like the way the field looks from seats in sections 207-210 and 220-223.

When looking at tickets on the 100 level you'll mostly get what you pay for in that the more expensive seats will provide the best views. One exception is in the lettered rows of sections 107-124. These seats are part of the Field Club where you'll be paying for - not only a great view - but also club access and wait service. These are excellent seats, but they are priced at a premium for their exclusive amenities. To save a little money, consider the numbered rows 30 and below in these same sections. You'll be treated to an outstanding view from the infield with a little bit of elevation and an easy walk to the concourse.

One final consideration when looking to get a great view is to skip out on a great view of the game in favor of a view of the surrounding area. View level sections on the third base side of the field will give you a direct look at the San Francisco Bay, the South Beach Harbor - and if you're unlucky - the Oakland airport.

Among newer ballparks, AT&T Park may offer the greatest number of truly bad views. Here are a few tips to avoid a lame seat:

  • In the lower level, choose tickets in rows 32 and below; the club level overhang is highly disruptive to fans seated in higher rows
  • Don't sit in Rows A, B, 1, 2 or 3 on the View Level; while there are good seats in these rows, a number of them are horribly obstructed by the railings and/or glass
  • The sun is relentless when seated in outfield bleacher sections; while it doesn't get too hot, it is very difficult to see home plate until the sun goes down - be sure to bring a hat or skip these altogether

Rows AAA-DDD, AA, A-R in Sections Section 112, Section 113, Section 115 and Section 117

  • Amazing view from behind home plate and close to the players on the on-deck circle
  • Access to lounge and upscale food options to further enhance the experience

Sections Section 207, Section 208, Section 209 and Section 210

  • Best elevation in the stadium from the club level
  • Great proximity to the field despite being on the second seating deck
  • No obstructions from the netting behind home plate

Rows 23-31 in Sections Section 107, Section 108, Section 109 and Section 110

  • Excellent infield views from the lower level
  • Less expensive than the Field Club seats that are directly in front of these
  • No obstructions from the overhang like seats directly behind these

Best Seats for Impressing a Guest

If you're heading to AT&T Park and looking to impress a client or date, there are two distinct seating areas that are often associated with an upscale experience. You'll want to target your search on the Field Club seats in the lower level or the club level seats on the second seating deck.

The most desirable seats at a Giants game are those found in the lettered rows of sections 107-124. Rows AAA-CCC, AA and A-R of these sections are part of the Field Club, which provides ticketholders with exclusive benefits and amenities. Among these extras are in-seat wait service and access to the private club lounge. AT&T Park is one of only a handful of ballparks that offer club amenities directly at field level. Fans will enjoy the game from within 20 rows of the field, while still being able to escape through the club-only tunnel to the lounge located beneath the seats. We recommend the seats directly behind home plate or those above the Giants dugout in sections 122 and 123.

For a more traditional club experience, consider tickets on the 200 level of the ballpark. This is the club level at AT&T Park, and all fans will be offered amenities that put these seats on par with the lower level Field Club seats. Ticketholders will receive in-seat wait service and exclusive access to the club concourse with premium food and beverage options. While the amenities are comparable to 100 level club seats, tickets on this level are usually priced at a 50-75% discount vs. Field Club tickets. If you're looking for a comfortable view of the game and don't desire to sit super-close to the field, these are an excellent option for impressing a guest. Just be sure to visit the Flight Deck near sections 228-230 where you'll find warming fire pits and a view of the San Francisco skyline.

If club tickets are a little too pricey, there are other options at AT&T Park which can help you impress a guest on a budget. The first option is at the top of the stadium on the 300 level. You won't get a great view of the field, but you'll enjoy a marvelous view of the surrounding Bay Area landscape. The higher you sit, the better.

Another option that considers the ballpark's location on the bay is Arcade seating in right-field. Again, these seats don't offer a particularly great view of the field - but what they lack in impressive views, they make up for in exclusivity. With only three rows of seats in each section, these seats with their back-to-the-bay are some of the hardest tickets to obtain for a Giants game. If you do purchase tickets in these Arcade sections or high in the 300 level, be sure to dress accordingly. The wind is no stranger to these sections.

Sections Section 212, Section 213, Section 214 and Section 215

  • Great elevated views from behind home plate
  • Exclusive access to club level, which is a much less crowded area than other concourses
  • Opportunity to purchase upscale food and beverages and some great memorabilia

Rows AAA-CCC, AA, A-R in Sections Section 112, Section 113, Section 115 and Section 117

  • Club Lounge Access
  • Located within 20 rows of the field in an exclusive club-only section
  • Seating directly behind home plate or near the Giants dugout

Sections Section 209, Section 210, Section 211 and Section 212

  • Most desirable club level seats behind home plate and on the infield
  • The best elevated view in the ballpark - and one of the best in baseball
  • Club level amenities and access to upscale food and beverage

Best Seats for Kids and Family

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With a giant baseball glove in left field and an abundance of food options, AT&T Park is a popular destination for families in the Bay Area. The stadium offers affordable ticket options for families and even an entire area dedicated to kids.

Among the cheapest tickets for a Giants game are those located in bleacher sections 136-144. Despite being at field level, these tickets are often priced comparably to the middle rows of the upper deck. And while these seats aren't exactly close to the action - and bleachers aren't the most comfortable option - these sections are close to the center field plaza and Fan Lot. The plaza offers a number of food choices that are agreeable to both kids and adults. To work up an appetite, head to the nearby Fan Lot. This interactive play area for kids is complete with slides, a mini Giants park and a photo booth.

While AT&T Park does not get overly hot, the sun and the wind can still wreak havoc on an outing involving kids or the elderly. If you're worried about cold temperatures or the risk of sunburn, consider seats on the club level. While tickets here are most expensive than the average seat, they offer multiple ways to escape the elements, including access to the club lounge.

Additional information for kids:

  • Kids age 14 and under can run the bases after every Sunday day game (weather permitting); no special tickets required
  • Sundays are also autograph day - with autographs beginning after batting practice; to participate, ask an usher in a nearby section for a special ticket
  • Children 24 months and younger do not require a ticket for entry, but must sit on the lap of an adult during the game

Sections Section 136, Section 137, Section 138 and Section 139

  • Close to the Fan Lot with a special play area for kids
  • Also close to the center-field plaza with the the highest concentration of food stands
  • Among the most affordable tickets to a Giants game

Sections Section 230, Section 231, Section 232 and Section 233

  • Easily escape from weather conditions (sun and wind) on the club concourse
  • Cheapest tickets on the club level
  • Enjoy all the club benefits without paying a premium for being close to the field

Recommended Seats for Partying and Socializing

For Baseball: Sections 143, 144, 145 and 146

  • Close to an open area for drinking and socializing
  • Have a view of both the game and the water beyond the stadium
  • Ticket prices are in the lower tier

To search tickets in these seats, select an event and apply the filter labeled Partying and Socializing.

Best Seats for Visiting Team Fans

AT&T Park often shows up highly-ranked on lists of best parks in Major League Baseball. Owing to its beautiful vistas, delicious food options and the recent success of the Giants, the stadium is a magnet for out-of-town baseball fans and common tourists. Continue reading to learn about the best places to sit if you're a fan of the away team, along some of the stadium's can't-miss attractions.

If you've come to San Francisco to cheer on the visiting team, first consider tickets in sections 108 and 109 on the first base side of the field. The visitor dugout is located just in front of these sections with row B located directly behind the players. In addition to being close to your favorite team, you'll have an excellent view of the field and scoreboard - and a direct look at the over-sized coke bottle and mitt in left field. Before heading to your seat, be sure to stop by section 107 for some garlic fries and then over to 110 where you'll find a variety of beers to wash them down.

If tickets in the aforementioned sections are too pricey, consider moving down the first-base line towards the outfield. The visitor "bullpen" is located on the field in front of sections 102-106. Throughout the duration of the game the relief pitchers will be seated in front of 105 and 106, and they'll eventually warm up in front of 102-05. Despite being the farthest section from home plate, section 102 is most highly recommended for its comfortable angle towards the infield.

For something you can't get in any other ballpark, take a look at sections 318-323 in the upper deck. The view towards the field from these sections is nothing to write home about, but the view of the bay and nearby harbor is postcard-worthy. If the action on the field isn't exciting enough for you, there's usually something in the bay to keep you entertained or in awe. Just be sure to choose a seat in one of the lower rows where the wind won't be so abusive and the walks up the stairs won't be so treacherous.

Ballpark gates usually open two hours before first pitch (weekend and day gate times vary), and we recommend arriving as early as possible to roam around the outfield plaza. If you're hungry, your first stop should be the center-field plaza near section 142. This area features multiple food windows serving BBQ, chowder, the famous crab sandwich and a number of other items. With picnic tables set-up nearby, you can sit down to enjoy your food or take it to go. From there, make a quick detour towards the left-field foul pole where you can get a helping of garlic fries and then double-back towards center-field on your way to right-field. Be sure to check out the Arcade seats in RF which are just a few rows of seats set up above McCovey Cove. If it's a typical breezy and cool night near the bay continue walking towards section 103 and the Ghiradelli stand where you can warm up with a premium hot chocolate.

Rows 1-6 in Sections Section 102, Section 103, Section 104 and Section 105

  • Sections 105 and 106 are directly behind the reliever benches
  • Reliever warm up on the mound in front of 102 and 103
  • Sit within six rows of the field

Rows B-K in Sections Section 108 and Section 109

  • Within ten rows of the visitor dugout
  • Excellent view of the field
  • Premium amenities as part of the Field CLub

Rows 5-10 in Sections Section 318, Section 319, Section 320 and Section 321

  • Beautiful views of the bay and nearby harbor
  • Birds eye view of the field with minimal obstructions from the stairs and railings
  • Among the cheapest tickets in the ballpark

Seating Tips & Advice

  • "Premium Lower Box are my favorite."
  • "View Box seats are great" - Less rows..the first row is the clearest view of the field.

Oracle Park Seating Reviews

  • "Absolutely Amazine!!!!" - - We were about 8 rows up from the Giants dugout and Pablo turned around when I yelled out his name an...
    Section 122, Row I, Seats 13 & 14 / Baseball Review
  • "Tight squeeze in a crowded section" - - I bought these tickets because they were the cheapest lower level options that were stadium seats (n...
    Section 135, Row 21, Seat 17 / Baseball Review
  • "No Question: The BEST seats in the park!!!" - - 1st row being the dugout (sunken) seats so there is absolutely NO ONE between you and the field. Th...
    Section 117, Row AA, Seats 3-4 / Baseball Review
  • "Best View of Game and Vistas" - - In general, RF view seats at ATT park are better than those of the left field (view, access, intimac...
    Section 307, Row C, Seat Middle of Row / Baseball Review
  • "View of Full Field, Easy In/Out, Next to Everything and We got on TV!" - - In Center Field, short row of 7 seats so you are not getting up and down the whole game and no one b...
    Section 142, Seats 4-7 / Baseball Review
  • "Great seats - recommended!" - - The seats are just past 1st base, facing 2nd base and shortstop dirt. Seat 16 is an aisle seat, whic...
    Section 106, Row 7, Seats 15-16 / Baseball Review
  • "Down the line, OK view" - - Sitting down the line in the upper deck isn't exactly my favorite place to sit at a baseball game. T...
    Section 330, Row 6, Seat 6 / Baseball Review
  • "Really windy, but close to amenities" - - There's a reason these are among the cheapest bleacher seats in the park. They are really, really, r...
    Section 144, Row 33, Seat 2 / Baseball Review
  • "Letdown and at a high price" - - We went to see the Giants game on May 20th. Yay for the Brian Wilson Gnome doll. Sadly our very expe...
    Section 121, Row 43, Seats 14-16 / Baseball Review
  • "SRO behind Section 151" - - SRO seats behind section 151. Behind where they put up the "K's". For SRO they were very. Good v...
    Section 151, Row SRO / Baseball Review
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    Venue & Seating Questions

    • Are there any seats which require no stairs at AT&T Park?

      Unfortunately there are no hand railings on the Field Level of AT&T Park. To find seats which do not require any stairs on the lower seating tier, you will need to be in the very last row at the the top of the section.

      No hand railings as you look down the aisle between Section 110 and 109

      As for the Upper Deck 300 Level seats, these sections feature hand railings in every section, but please take caution as the aisles on this seating deck are far steeper than down on the Field Level. With the entry tunnels located just above Row E, the best options up here will be Rows D-E where you will have a hand railing and do not need to walk up or down many steps.

      Hand railings in Section 326 Row A

    • Where are the parking lots at AT&T Park?

      Below please find the link to the official Giants parking page which includes links to the parking maps: San Francisco Giants Parking

      Some ticket sellers will include a Parking Pass in their listings, so please feel free to contact us directly and we will be glad to research and send you ticket listings which include parking along with your reserved seats.

    • What are SplashTix for a Giants game?

      SplashTix is a system that stores merchandise and food credit on your ticket. When you checkout at a concession or retail stand, your ticket will be scanned and the value will be removed from your ticket. (Note: not all stands accept SplashTix credit)

      Not all tickets come with SplashTix credit pre-loaded. Most often, season ticketholders in select locations have SplashTix included with their season-ticket package. If you purchase tickets from one of these seatholders, the credit will be transferred to you. Typically, you would see these in the seller's notes when purchasing tickets.

      All SplashTix credit expires once the game is over, so make sure you use it before you lost it!

    • Is there club seating behind home plate at AT&T Park?

      The Field Club seats at AT&T Park will be the closest option to what you will find from the Diamond Club at Angel Stadium. Sitting in Rows AAA-DDD, AA, or A-R will put you in the Field Club seats when sitting in Sections 107-124.

      These sections run from dugout to dugout and behind home plate, for excellent and close views of the field. The seats also come with additional amenities including in-seat wait service, and access to the upscale Field Club lounge.

    • Does the railing affect your view in the first row of the View Level at AT&T Park?

      The 300 level at AT&T Park is known for having cheap tickets, good views of the bay and decent views of the field. Among the most popular seats on the View Level (as the Giants call it) are those in the lettered rows at the front of each section. These seats promise the closest views of the field from the upper deck and are usually considered a good value. However, when considering these lettered rows, you may want to skip out on Row A.

      The View From Row A

      To protect fans from falling from the upper deck, a high railing was placed at the front of all 300-level sections. When looking down towards the field from Row A, the railing is roughly at eye level for a medium-sized adult. You may be able to lean back in your chair to see through the opening - or sit tall to see over - but ultimately the railing is nothing more than a distraction which can create some uncomfortable seating situations.

      The view from Row B is better, though small children may still find it difficult to see. If you're truly worried about the railing, only consider lettered rows C and above where the railing is a non-factor.

      Other Considerations in Row A

      If you are a taller individual or consider yourself on the larger side - or simply want more room to spread out - Row A may be the way to go. Despite the distraction of the railing, row A has more legroom than most upper level sections. And if you need that legroom because you are on the taller side - you may not even notice the railing.

    • Which seats at AT&T Park are blocked by the glass in the View Level?

      The View Level at AT&T Park features lettered seating rows at the front of the section, a walkway and then numbered rows up a set of stairs. For fans seated in the lettered rows, it's wise to
      avoid rows A and B to limit the obstruction caused by the railing. For fans considering the numbered rows, there are similar concerns in rows 1-3, especially if you're looking at aisle seats.

      Awful Views From Row 1

      View from Section 324, Row 1, Seat 1
      View from Section 335, Row 1, Seat 19

      The photos above serve as extreme examples of how poor the views can be from row 1 in 300-level sections. Kind of ironic that the Giants call this the "View Level", huh? Anyways, the commonality between those photos is two-fold:

      1) The seat views were taken sitting down in Row 1

      2) The seats were aisle seats

      In short, to completely void yourself of a truly embarrassing (the Giants should be embarrassed) sightline, do not sit in aisle seats in rows 1-3. These seats are incredibly tempting because they are just up the stairs and have easy access to the concourse - but the convenience will be over-shadowed by not being able to see the game the way you should.

      What Does the Middle of the Row Look Like?

      View from Section 332, Row 1, Seat 10

      While the middle of the row is not ideal from an access standpoint, it does provide better views when seated in one of the lower rows.

    • Can We Bring Food and Drinks to AT&T Park for a Giants Game?

      Outside food and beverage is allowed to be brought into AT&T Park, however you will be subject to search upon entering with these items. Beverage requirements are a bit more strict as only sealed plastic bottles (containing non-alcoholic beverages) and soft sided juice containers are permitted. Glass bottles, cans, and any alcoholic beverage are not allowed to be brought into the stadium for any game.

    • How many rows in each section at Oracle Park?
      Each section has a varying amount of rows and seats. Find a section to see row and/or seat numbers.
    • Is seat number 1 on the left or right side of sections?
      As you look towards the field from your seats, lower number seats are on your right.
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    Other Photos From Oracle Park

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    A look at the outfield seating options from the view level.
    ATT Park Kids Park
    When bringing the kids to a Giants game, consider heading towards the Fan Lot beyond the Left Field Bleachers. Kids will be able to take batting practice on a miniature-sized baseball field.
    Bay Near AT&T Park
    From the outfield plaza you can turn around to see the hardbor and the bay. For additional views from the seats, consider seats in the upper deck.
    ATT Park Food
    The center field plaza at AT&T Park offers a generous number of food options, including many seafood favorites.
    Food Stands
    Food stands behind the outfield bleachers.
    Giants Triples Alley
    The Giants allow fans onto the field during batting practice to enjoy a drink and to watch the visiting team take BP. This is a ticketed area with all-inclusive amenities and game seating in a lower level section.
    First base side
    Looking at the first base side of AT&T Park where the visitor dugout is located.
    Right field line
    Looking towards the right field side of AT&T Park.
    Club level behind home plate
    Looking towards the area behind home plate. The club level is situated between the 100 and 300 levels.
    ATT Park Videoscreen
    Metallica playing the National Anthem before a Giants game.
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    The view from the Suite Level at Oracle Park behind home plate.
    levels of oracle park
    Oracle Park includes three main levels of seating plus a Suite Level between the Club and View Levels.
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    View from the Champions Suite behind home plate.

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