Oracle Park

Section 307 at Oracle Park

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Section 307 Seating Notes

Row Numbers

  • Rows in Section 307 are labeled A-D, 1-18
  • There is a walkway betweeen Rows D and 1
  • An entrance to this section is located at Row E
  • When looking towards the field/field/stage, lower number seats are on the right

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  • Section 307 Reviews

    Best View of Game and Vistas

    Apr 2013

    Baseball Review
    Section 307, Row C, Seat Middle of Row

    In general, RF view seats at ATT park are better than those of the left field (view, access, intimacy)/ Row 3 of a 3 row section, right above 1B. In these VB (View Box) sections the first two rows have a railing to contend with in that the top of it crosses the view of fair territory. From the third row the entire field is above the railing. A wall is behind you with a little room behind the seats, allows one to stand as much as they want without blocking view of someone behind you. Because of the wall and the way the section faces there is hardly any wind, a very good thing during the SF nights and many days. Great View of the Bay Bridge, Yerba Buena Island, the Oakland Hills, UC Berkeley and all of the boats and ship traffic around the ballpark. Occasional foul balls from RH hitters, maybe once a game. Good concession stands immediately behind the section, a Murphy's Pub, Ballpark food and carts serving everything from grilled sausages to Mexican dishes. 20 seconds to Women's restroom and 15 to Men's. Section has mainly Season Ticket holders, a nice friendly bunch. Middle of row always trumps aisle seats, rarely does someone walk in front of your seats. Cons: The sound is very muffled, sounds like the adults in the Peanuts cartoons. It improves a lot when standing but would like to hear the PA better. Some like this as the PA announcer here has a high pitched, grating voice---------still would like to hear the music and scoreboard audio which is next to impossible.

    • View Level

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      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 views of the surrounding landscape. Many seats have beautiful views of the bay and/or mountains. View Box Seats  The lettered rows in each View Level section are also referred to as View Box. These aren't actual box seats with amenities. But they are located at the front of each section which means they have closer views and shorter walks to the concourse. View Reserve Seats  Numbered rows in each section are known as View Reserve. These rows are located up the stairs from the section tunnel. These seats have the most impressive views of the Bay Area - especially on the third base side. Sunny Seats The sunniest seats at Oracle Park are View Level sections in left field. Specifically, sections 332-336 are directly in the sun in the late afternoon and should be avoided at that time. 

    • View Level Endzone (Football)

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      View Level Endzone seats come with the lowest face value. The view from sections 302 and 304 is not angled over the football field which makes these less than desirable for fans wishing to pay attention to the game. Sections 305-311 have a great view of the scoreboard and the scenery in the Bay.  

    • View Level Infield (Baseball)

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      The View Level is located on the highest tier of Oracle Park and houses some of the most affordable seating at the ballpark. The Infield sections of the View Level will have superior views to other options down the lines, but will also be slightly more expensive.  At the front of the View Level Infield sections is the View Box which will have 7 lettered rows of seating (Rows A-G), and at the back is the View Reserve (Rows 1-18). Fans that prefer to be in the shade will want to be on the first base side which will see the sun first during afternoon games. 

    • For Baseball - Recommended For Outstanding Convenience

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      These seats were hand-selected for being close to a wide-range of amenities. They are within five rows of the concourse (fewer stairs) and there is a men’s restroom, women’s restroom and concessions near this section.

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