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Oracle Park Great Views of the Field

Best Seats for Great Views of the Field at Oracle Park

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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

Recommended Ticket Locations

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

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 207, 208, 209 and more

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 107, 108, 109 and more

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

Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

  • "Good seats for viewing the game. Good seats to get consessions."

    (Section 123) - -

    Seats were fine. Everyone wants a recliner to sit in while watching a game. Until then, these seats were fine.

  • "Excellent seats! Good view. Friendly fans! No obstructions! Very roomy row!!"

    (Section 112) - -

    Everything was great! Seats, food, view were all excellent!!!! Crowd was very friendly (we were out-of-towners) is the best way to search, compare and buy tickets. Select an event to find out why!

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