just as the Giants have the beautiful AT&T park during the regular season, the enjoy this beautiful park for Spring Training ......
There is a huge variety of vendors, so you won't go hungry ...... although hearing the beer vendor shout out "only $51 for a six-pack" does give one pause ..... so, in this sense, it's just like being at AT&T !
Since the sun can get hot, 30X sections (reserved grandstand) should be shady before the start of the game and by the beginning of the game, so will upper box 20X ..... not exactly sure how far out on either base side this is true, but it was true for section 205 the other day.
There is plenty of parking available around the area ~ at the stadium itself, not a lot, but private parking ranges from $20 directly across the street to $5 near the Catholic church. There is also a shuttle from the mall ......
Be aware of the Giants' policy of dynamic pricing ..... as tickets become scarcer, the official ticket outlet prices (eg ticketsnow) will be increasing ....we saw $60 for lawn seats for a premium Giants game agains the Astros !!!!! The good news is that there is an equal and opposing force - stubhub.com, where ticket owners are highly motivated to sell their tickets before the game ! So, it gives all of us more flexibility for price sensitivity. We got the seats in section 205 the morning of the game for $50 each on stubhub, while lawn seats were $40+ at ticketsnow.
So, go out and enjoy a game !
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