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San Francisco Giants Suite Prices

How much do Giants suites cost?

San Francisco Giants suite prices typically range from $3,500 - $8,000 for Giants games. Oracle Park offers amazing views from any suite, so there's no bad location inside the stadium. Prices vary based on day of game, opponent, and the location of the suite in Oracle Park. Some of the higher priced Giants games include games versus the Oakland A's, Los Angeles Dodgers, St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs and Washington Nationals. Suites on the Oracle Suite Level will vary widely in price for concerts and other events.

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Suite Levels at Oracle Park

Oracle Luxury Suite

12 Tickets
20 Capacity
2 Parking

Smaller suites on the Oracle Suite Level will come with 12 tickets, 2 VIP parking passes, and the option to purchase up to 8 additional tickets. Suites feature... MORE

Oracle Luxury Suite

20 Tickets
30 Capacity
4 Parking

Larger private suites at Oracle Park are capable of holding up to 30 guests. You will receive 4 VIP parking passes with your tickets. Premium in-suite catering options... MORE

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Oracle Park Event Planning Guide

GROUP SIZE AND NUMBER OF ATTENDEES

Suites at Oracle Park come in a variety of sizes and configurations. Most traditional suites will accommodate 12-30 guests.

BUDGET FOR A SUITE PURCHASE

San Francisco Giants luxury boxes typically range from $3,500-$7,000. Prices will vary based on opponent, day of the week, time of the year, and specific suite size and location.

AT&T PARK CATERING

In-suite catering is available for all luxury suites at Oracle Park. Catering at Oracle Park is provided by the Bon Appetit Management Company. Most Suite Experience Group clients will spend $85-$100 per guest on food and beverage(alcohol factored into this estimate).

DRESS CODE IN LUXURY SUITES

All AT&T Park luxury suites are climate-controlled; a nice luxury for chilly Bay Area evenings. Attire varies widely among suite patrons. If you're attending a business event, it may be more appropriate to dress in business casual or business formal attire. Otherwise, typical ballpark attire with a baseball cap and a jersey is more than fine.

TRANSPORTATION AND PARKING

AT&T Park suites come with an allotment of VIP parking passe. Please reference your parking passes and tickets to see which lot(s) your passes are valid in.

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS?

Please visit our general Frequently Asked Questions page. Also feel free to Contact Us as we are always happy to assist you.

San Francisco Giants Suite Prices

How much do Giants suites cost?

San Francisco Giants suite prices typically range from $3,500 - $8,000 for Giants games. Oracle Park offers amazing views from any suite, so there's no bad location inside the stadium. Prices vary based on day of game, opponent, and the location of the suite in Oracle Park. Some of the higher priced Giants games include games versus the Oakland A's, Los Angeles Dodgers, St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs and Washington Nationals. Suites on the Oracle Suite Level will vary widely in price for concerts and other events.

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Giants Spotlight

The 2019 San Francisco Giants are going all-in for their longtime manager, Bruce Bochy. Bochy announced that the 2019 season will be his last season as manager of the Giants. The future hall-of-fame coach will want to end his Giants tenure on a high note. To do that, the Giants are hopeful a healthy Buster Posey and Madison Bumgarner can lead the way.

New general manager of the Giants, Farhan Zaidi replaces Bobby Evans to help turn this ship back into a World Series contender. The lineup still features their core stars such as Posey, Brandon Crawford, Brandon Belt and Joe Panik. Evan Longoria looks to bounce back to all-star form this year and youngsters Steven Duggar and Austin Slater get their shots to be MLB regulars. The Panda, Pablo Sandoval, and Gerardo Parra will add much needed to depth to the team.

The pitching staff will be without Johnny Cueto all year who is recovering from Tommy John surgery. Bumgarner will lead the way with Jeff Samardzija and last year’s, rookie standout Derek Rodriguez behind him. A strength for the Giants is their bullpen who will anchored by Will Smith, Tony Watson and Mark Melancon.

When it comes to the view at a ballpark, it’s hard to beat the San Francisco Bay at Oracle Park. Formerly known as AT&T Park, the stadium changed names to Oracle Park. San Francisco Giants suites will accommodate groups of 12 – 30 guests. With your Giants box, you will receive VIP parking passes located in Luxury Lot A right behind McCovey Cove. Giants fans will also get exclusive access to stadium clubs offering a variety of premium food vendors and bars. A Giants luxury box will feature stadium seating extended from your suite along with padded bar stools and lounge seating inside the suite. Other Oracle Park suite amenities include HDTVs, Wi-Fi, access to private restrooms on the Oracle suite floor and a Giants suite attendant. Premium in-suite catering options are available to purchase in advance. Suites for Giants games could range from $4,000 - $7,500 per game depending on the who the Giants play and the size of your suite.

Past Spotlights

It’s an even year in 2018, so you know what that means for the San Francisco Giants. With new acquisition Evan Longoria leading the charge, the San Francisco Giants will look to rebound from a difficult 2017 season. Longoria provides the Giants with the power bat in the middle of their lineup that was so desperately needed. The three-time All-Star will look to make a splash in his first season in the Bay Area.

Longoria joins an offense headlined by former National League MVP and five-time All-Star Buster Posey. Posey has been the best catcher in baseball for nearly a decade. He and Longoria should present a formidable threat in the middle of the Giants lineup. The Giants expect Hunter Pence, Brandon Belt, and Brandon Crawford to strengthen the defense and bolster the lineup around Posey and Longoria. If the Giants avoid detrimental injuries, this could be a much improved offense in 2018.

On the mound, Madison Bumgarner is a can’t miss talent when it’s his turn to start every five days. After Bumgarner, Johnny Cueto and Jeff Samardzija will look to have bounceback seasons in San Francisco. If all three are at the top of their games, this is an absolutely filthy pitching rotation. At the back end of the bullpen, manager Bruce Bochy will need closer Mark Melancon to regain his old form.

Not many sport venues offer the amazing views you can get at AT&T Park. With the stadium located right along the pier, the San Francisco Bay can be seen from any Oracle Level suite at AT&T Park. San Francisco Giants suites will accommodate groups of 12 – 30 guests. With your skybox, you will receive VIP parking passes located in Luxury Lot A right behind McCovey Cove. With a Giants luxury suite, you will also get exclusive access to stadium clubs offering a variety of premium food vendors and bars. A Giants luxury box will feature stadium seating extended from your suite along with padded bar stools and lounge seating inside the suite. Other AT&T Park suite amenities include HDTVs, Wi-Fi, access to private restrooms on the Oracle suite floor and a Giants suite attendant. Premium in-suite catering options are available to purchase in advance. Whether your San Francisco Giants suite purchase is for business or for friends and family, an AT&T Park suite makes for the perfect setting.

Not many sport venues offer the amazing views you can get at AT&T Park. The San Francisco Bay can be seen from any Oracle Level suite at AT&T Park. San Francisco Giants suites will accommodate groups of 12 – 30 guests. With your suite, you will receive VIP parking passes located in Luxury Lot A right behind McCovey Cove. With a Giants suite, you will also get exclusive access to stadium clubs offering a variety of premium food vendors and bars. A Giants luxury box will feature stadium seating extended from your suite along with padded bar stools and lounge seating inside the suite. Other AT&T Park suite amenities include HDTVs, Wi-Fi, access to private restrooms on the Oracle suite floor and a Giants suite attendant. Premium in-suite catering options are available to purchase in advance. Whether your San Francisco Giants suite purchase is for business or for friends and family, an AT&T Park suite makes for the perfect setting.  

The 2017 San Francisco Giants will be led by a great pitching rotation and the core offensive players that helped win the Giants 3 World Series in just 6 years. Madison Bumgarner is one of the best pitchers in all of baseball. In his first year in orange and black, Johnny Cueto was named an All-Star. The rest of the rotation will feature Jeff Samardzija, Matt Moore and Matt Cain. The Giants signed Mark Melancon to be their closer in 2017.

Offensively, manager Bruce Bochy will lean on his catcher, Buster Posey. Posey is the game’s premier catcher and a former MVP. Brandon Crawford recorded his second Gold-Glove award last season and continues to get better at the plate. Hunter Pence and Joe Panik are hoping for a healthy 2017 season after dealing with injuries for most of 2016. Brandon Belt led the Giants in home runs last season and is going to be relied on to do that again. After coming over at the trade deadline, Eduardo Nunez will be the Giants’ everyday third baseman.

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It’s an even year for the San Francisco Giants and that could mean another trip to the World Series. Last season, the Giants finished second in the National League West. To improve upon that, the Giants had a busy offseason making improvements, especially to their starting rotation.

The Giants have added starting pitchers Johnny Cueto and Jeff Samardzija. They will follow Madison Bumgarner in the rotation, giving the Giants a major upgrade from last year. The back of the rotation will be held down by Matt Cain and Jake Peavy. Giants fans are hoping for a bounce back season from Cain who has battled injuries over the course of the past two years. Cueto is another ace to the staff and was one of the top free agents available this offseason. Samardzija is coming back from down year with the White Sox but should see a big improvement by pitching at AT&T Park. Closing out games will be Santiago Casilla and Sergio Romo.

Offensively, the Giants didn’t need to make too many moves this offseason. They did add outfielder Denard Span who will give the Giants one of the best leadoff bats in the league. Span is coming off a season of injuries but is one of the toughest men to strike out. Speaking of injuries, the Giants will hope to have healthy season from Hunter Pence and Joe Panik. Both battled through their own injuries for much of the season. Former MVP Buster Posey is the hitting catcher in the league and keeps improving defensively. Posey will hold down the middle of the lineup. With Span taking over centerfield, Angel Pagan and Gregor Blanco should both see time in leftfield. Brandon Belt will look to get his home run total up in 2016. Matt Duffy was a big surprise last season and finished as one of the best rookies in baseball. The Giants will hope to get the same production out of Duffy again this year. Brandon Crawford was a huge offensive weapon and led the Giants in home runs last season. The Giants rewarded Crawford by signing him to an extension. Manager Bruce Bochy is one of the best in the game and will look to get the Giants back into the playoff hunt in 2016.

AT&T Park has some of the most amazing views for fans, especially from the Giants private luxury suites. Luxury boxes at AT&T Park can accommodate groups as large as 30 people. With your suite you will also get VIP parking passes near the stadium. You will also get exclusive access to stadium clubs featuring a variety of premium food vendors and bars. San Francisco Giants suites come with the option to purchase in-suite catering in advance. AT&T Park suites will include comfortable seating inside and outside of your suite, multiple HDTVs, spacious floor plans and suite attendants to help you on game day. The view from your private luxury box is second to none, as you look out into the San Francisco Bay and McCovey Cove.

The San Francisco Giants won their third World Series Trophy in just five years. The Giants finished the 2014 season as a Wild Card team and won the World Series in Kansas City in game 7. Led by their ace Madison Bumgarner, who was named World Series MVP and Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year. Fan favorite Sergio Romo has resigned with the team but the Giants did lose the Kung Fu Panda, Pablo Sandoval to free agency. Sandoval will be replaced by newly acquired Casey McGehee. Buster Posey, Hunter Pence and Brandon Belt will hold down the middle of the lineup for the 2015 Giants. Joe Panik will start at second base after coming on strong as a rookie last season. Pitching has always been a strength of the Giants but there are questions in the rotation this season. Matt Cain will hope to come back healthy from season ending surgery last year. The Giants will need Tim Lincecum to show consistency. The team did resign Jake Peavy to a two year deal. Manager Bruce Bochy might have locked in his Hall of Fame spot last season but he’ll continue to lead his team through a much improved National League West Division in 2015.

AT&T Park has some of the most amazing views for fans, especially from the Giants private luxury suites. Luxury boxes at AT&T Park can accommodate groups as large as 30 people. With your suite you will also get VIP parking passes near the stadium. You will also get exclusive access to stadium clubs featuring a variety of premium food vendors and bars. San Francisco Giants suites come with the option to purchase in-suite catering in advance. AT&T Park suites will include comfortable seating inside and outside of your suite, multiple HDTVs, spacious floor plans and suite attendants to help you on game day. The view from your private luxury box is second to none, as you look out into the San Francisco Bay and McCovey Cove.