Oracle Park (formerly known as AT&T Park) is home to the San Francisco Giants. Not only is it located in one of the best cities in America, it provides you with the traditional baseball experience while giving you in the priceless view of the San Francisco Bay. With our detailed San Francisco Giants seating chart, you’ll have all of the information you could need to decide which tickets you should buy in order to have the perfect day at the ballpark.
- 1 San Francisco Giants Seating Chart with Row Numbers
- 2 Tips and Seat Numbers for Each Level
- 3 Seats to Avoid at Oracle Park
- 4 Handicapped & ADA Seating at Oracle Park
- 5 How to Get the Cheapest San Francisco Giants Tickets
San Francisco Giants Seating Chart with Row Numbers
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Tips and Seat Numbers for Each Level
Reserve Level (300’s)
As far as upper decks go, the view at San Francisco Stadium isn’t bad in the slightest. At most MLB venues, if money isn’t a concern, the ‘nosebleeds’ are never recommended. But Oracle Park is unlike most stadiums, and there can actually be a few perks to sitting in these sections. The ballpark looks onto McCoveys Cove, and all of San Francisco Bay. With only 40,000 seats in the Park, no one has a bad view. My only qualm with the Reserve Level is the weather. At night, the wind comes whipping off the water, so you’ll definitely need to bring a jacket.
Sections in the 300’s (302-336) have 18-19 rows, with 22 seats per a row as the most common layout (318, 319, 320). Though this is the standard at Oracle Park, this can vary in section, such as sections 332 or 333. Seat number 1 is always located closer to the lower numbered section. For example, seat number 1 in section 320 is closest to seat number 22 in section 319.
Club Level (200’s)
Club level seats are one of the most luxurious—but also expensive—ways to watch a Giants game. They feature nicer restrooms, short lines for food and bathrooms, extra leg room, more comfortable seats, and exclusive entrances. Club level also offers elevators, more food options, waiter services, alcohol service, and indoor lobby and concessions that offer a relief from the San Francisco’s Bay Wind.
There are 5,200 Club seats between sections 202 to 234 and either 11 or 13 seats per row (depending on the section). Section’s 207-225 are the most expensive Club Seats, but also offer some of the best views in the entire stadium. In these sections, seat number 1 is always located closer to the section next to it with the lower number. For example, seat number 1 in section 230 is closest to seat number 16 in section 229.
San Francisco Giants Lower Box & Club Level Seats (100’s)
The lower box & club seats are the closest, nicest, and most expensive seats in San Francisco’s Oracle Park. You’ll be shelling out the big bucks for these precious seats, but the price justifies the experience. Most sections have 38 rows and between 18 and 22 seats per row. Seat number 1 is always located closer to the section next to it with the lower number. For example, seat number 1 in section 123 is closest to seat number 18 in section 122.
Premium seats in the 100’s sections are located in sections 106-110, 112, 113, 115, 117, 119, 121, 122, 123, 124 below row 31. Warning: the seats located in the last few rows of these sections (right around 40-41) aren’t premium for a reason. This is supported by someone very in-the-know at Oracle Park, who stated that “the view of the game & scoreboard is a bit more challenging at the very rear of the section ( Rows 40-41).”
The overhang from the 200’s sections may block a significant amount of your sightline in these seats. In other words, they’re obstructed view. Sections 104, 105, 106, and 127-135 have this same problem. A good rule of thumb for the 100’s sections would be to avoid seats in the last few rows of these sections.
The Giants’ dugout is located behind section 122 & 123 and the away team’s dugout is located behind sections 108 and 109.
Seats to Avoid at Oracle Park
Section 334, Row 18, Seat 21, $20-28: You cant get farther from home plate, and you cant see left field.
Section 136, Row 3, Seat 4, $28: The Giants insist they dont sell this ticket situated behind the Chevron cartoon cars in the left field bleachers, but one fan said she bought it from an on-line broker.
Section 142, Row 33, Seat 25, $13-20 Deep in center and unable to see right field, thanks to a concessions structure.
Section 149, Row 1, Seat 20, $28-38: No leg room, but you can see past the foul pole to home plate. However, the rest of the field is obstructed.
Section 149, Row 2, Seat 19: Need to lean to see past the foul pole to see home plate.
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Handicapped & ADA Seating at Oracle Park
For those who are confined to a wheelchair and/or those looking to attend a game at Oracle Park with somebody who is, there is some important information that you’ll want to know. If you’re seeking ADA or handicapped seating, you’ll find that there are accessible rows at the top of most sections within the ballpark and spread throughout. If necessary, folding chairs will be provided with guests, such as ones looking to sit with a fan confined to a wheelchair. One trick you can use to filter tickets that are handicapped or ADA accessible is by using our “Additional filters +” button on the event page that allow you to select “ADA (wheelchair accessible),” which shows all seats that the seller has marked as handicapped seating.
How to Get the Cheapest San Francisco Giants Tickets
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