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A-to-Z Guide

Looking for specific details on how things work at O.co Coliseum? Our A-to-Z Guide can answer your questions! The information below pertains to regular season games.

This guide is designed to assist our fans by presenting information about Oakland Athletics / O.co Coliseum offerings and accommodations. The information is presented in alphabetical order for your ease of use.

  • A

    Alcohol Management: (T.E.A.M.)

    The Oakland A's and Ovations Food Services each work hard to promote responsible alcoholic beverage sales and use. Each Team Member has the responsibility to make sure alcohol is responsibly served and consumed by guests attending A's games.

    • No kegs are allowed in the parking lots of the O.co Coliseum.
    • No alcohol is permitted to enter or leave the facility.
    • Impaired guests will be denied entry.
    • A "Designated Driver" incentive program is available to all guests of legal drinking age.
    • All guests under the age of thirty (30) will be required to show proof of age for alcohol purchase.
    • A guest may not purchase/have in possession more than two alcoholic beverages at one time.
    • Alcohol is not to be served to an impaired guest.
    • It is illegal for anyone under the age of 21, (each individual guest must have valid ID as proof they are 21 or older) to purchase or have in possession alcoholic beverages.
    • Alcohol service in all concession stands, suites, and in the Bar & Grille ends at the first pitch of the 8th inning.
    • Alcohol may not be taken outside of a Suite after the first pitch of the 8th inning.
    Animals:

    The only animals allowed in the stadium are certified service animals. Service animals in training will not be permitted to enter the stadium unless they are authorized by the VP of Stadium Operations.

    A's Fan Center:

    The Fan Center is located on the Main Concourse behind Section 120, and is our centralized location for A's services and programs provided at each home game. Information and services provided by Guest Relations, the Kids I.D. Program, and the Designated Driver Program (up the ramp by the ATM). On selected dates, the Community Relations Silent Auction benefiting our Community Fund can all be found at this convenient location.

    Autographs:

    Guests may request autographs from the players from the time gates open until 45 minutes prior to game time from either dugout; however, consideration should be given to guests possessing tickets for these areas.

    Automatic Teller Machines:

    ATM machines are located throughout the stadium in the following locations:

    • Main Concourse inside the stadium behind Section 113.
    • Main Concourse inside the stadium behind Section 120.
    • Main Concourse inside entrance Gate A at Section 101.
    • Main Concourse inside entrance Gate B at Section 134.
    • Main Concourse inside entrance Gate C at Section 109.
    • Main Concourse inside entrance D Gate at Section 125.
    • Main Concourse behind Section 141.
    • Club Concourse behind Section 204.
    • Club Concourse behind Section 217.
    • Outside the stadium on the Plaza, next to Ticket Services.
    Automobile Assistance:

    AAA Automobile Club will be available every regular season game to assist all guests with car problems, starting at the top of the 8th inning. Guests should go to either the North or South Flag Pole outside the stadium to meet AAA. Please keep in mind that there is one truck on the premises, and that if it leaves the property with another car, it will not return. Guests do not have to be AAA members as there is no charge for the AAA services that do not require towing. Bike Patrol officers are available for assisting guests in contacting AAA.

  • B

    Bag Claim

    The A's offer bag check to guests who may have items that are not allowed into the stadium, or whose bags dimensions exceed 16" x 16" x 8". Bag Check is located outside the stadium near D Gate, at the kiosk on the north side of the property. Bag Check opens when the stadium gates open until approximately the bottom of the 2nd inning. Bag Check will reopen near the top of the 7th inning and closes 20 minutes after the final out.

    Bar & Grille

    The Bar & Grille, available for use by all ticketed fans, features a full bar with multiple flat screen televisions. Enjoy a large selection of craft beers on tap, wood fired pizza, and specialty foods by homestand. Sit down menu service is also available

    BART Information:

    Access to O.co Coliseum via Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) is available by exiting at O.co Coliseum/Airport BART Station on the Fremont/Richmond line and Dublin/Pleasanton line. There are additional ramps leading to the north lot (A Gate) and to the south lot (B Gate). BART service from O.co Coliseum runs with the last train leaving at approximately midnight. For more information BART can be contacted at (510) 465-2278.

    Ball Retrievers:

    For the safety of our guests, ball retrievers are not permitted in the stadium during A's games. Guests must return them to their car before entering the stadium. Ball retrievers confiscated inside the stadium will not be returned.

    Banners and Signs:

    Management reserves the right to remove any signs or banners at any time. Each sign and banner must comply with the guest code of conduct. Signs and banners may be displayed at games as long as:

    • They do not obstruct the sight line of another guest
    • They are not larger than 3' tall x 6' wide
    • They are not in the field of play.
    • They do not cover up any existing signage.
    • They are not commercial in nature.
    • They do not contain obscene or inflammatory language
    • They are not paraded around the stadium.
    Baseball Bats:

    Management reserves the right to remove any bats from the stadium at any time. Baseball bats are permitted for autographs before the game only. Once the batting cage is pulled (45 min. before game time), all bats must be checked in at the Security Office in Section 126 for pick up after the game.

    Batting Practice:
    Game Time A's Hit Visitors Hit A's Infield Visitors Infield
    12:35 10:20-11:00 11:00-11:50 11:50-12:00 12:00-12:10
    1:05 10:50-11:30 11:30-12:20 12:20-12:30 12:30-12:40
    6:05 3:50-4:30 4:30-5:20 5:20-5:30 5:30-5:40
    6:35 4:20-5:00 5:00-5:50 5:50-6:00 6:00-6:10
    7:05 4:50-5:30 5:30-6:20 6:20-6:30 6:30-6:40

    Based on the pre-game schedule and team's discretion, batting practice and infield are subject to cancellation at any time.

    Bike Parking:

    Bicycle parking is available below the flagpoles located in the north parking lot (near F Lot) and south parking lot (near E Lot). These locations have security close by as they are located outside the player parking lots.

    Bike Patrol:

    For assistance and safety in the parking lots the A's provide bike patrol units at all games. Bike Patrol Officers will have the capacity to serve guests as escorts to their cars, contacting and locating AAA, and monitoring the parking lots.

    Birthday Parties

    Stomper Fun Zone Birthday Bash! Birthday celebration packages are available for guests to celebrate their child's birthday at the ballpark. These events will take place in the Stomper Fun Zone prior to the start of the game on a Saturday or Sunday.

    Box Office:

    The Box Office is open for every A's home game.

    Box Office Hours:

    • Non-Game Days & Off-Season
    • Monday-Friday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
    • Saturday 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    • Sunday Closed
    • Game Days
    • Monday-Thursday Non-Premium Games: Box Office will open at 10 a.m. and D Gate will close 2 hours after start of game (advance window inside stadium will stay open until the game ends)
    • Friday-Sunday and Premium Games: Box Office will open at 10 a.m. and D Gate will close 30 minutes after the game ends

    Ticket kiosks are located outside and inside O.co Coliseum for purchase of tickets or Will Call pick up.

    Tickets for individual games may also be charged by phone at (877) 493-BALL (2255).

    Broadcast Information:
    • Television Broadcast on Comcast SportsNet California (Comcast channel 41 and HD channel 721): Ray Fosse, Glen Kuiper
    • Radio Broadcast on the A's Radio Network: 95.7 FM The Game: Ken Korach and Vince Cotroneo
    Brooms/sticks/poles:

    For the safety of our guests, brooms, sticks and poles are not permitted at O.co Coliseum. On days that the A's are going for a sweep, small whiskbrooms will be permitted. Brooms may not exceed four feet in height. No sticks, and/or metal poles of any type are permitted at any time.

    Bubbles:

    Soap bubbles are not allowed to be created in the stadium; bubble machines of any kind are not permitted.

  • C

    Cameras & Videos:

    Hand-held cameras and video cameras are allowed in the stadium during all regular season baseball games as long as they are not for commercial use. Camera tripods (3 posts) are not permitted, however a single post camera stand (monopod) may be utilized if it does not block access through the aisle or seating row or block the view of another guest.

    Canceled Games/Rain checks:

    Should a game be canceled or postponed, please retain your ticket. View the complete Rainout Policy here »

    Carry-in Items:

    All bags must be no larger than 16" x16" x 8". All bags, including backpacks and purses, are subject to search. Bags are not required to be plastic or clear. No cans, weapons, glass containers or alcohol are allowed into the stadium at any time. No hard-sided coolers of any size are permitted. Diaper bags are permitted in regardless of size, for guests accompanied by their babies. Strollers must be small enough to keep out of walkways and aisles or be checked at Guest Relations at Section 120. Walk-through metal detectors are used at O.co Coliseum entry gates. Upon entry to the ballpark, fans will have their bags searched and will need to empty pockets of keys, mobile phones, and other items before walking through a metal detector.

    Additional item notes:

    • For the safety of our guests, brooms, sticks and poles are not permitted at O.co Coliseum. On days that the A's are going for a sweep, small whiskbrooms will be permitted. Brooms may not exceed four feet in height. No sticks, and/or metal poles of any type are permitted at any time.
    • Management reserves the right to remove any bats from the stadium at any time for any reason they find necessary. Baseball bats are permitted for autographs before the game only. Once the batting cage is pulled (45 min. before game time), all bats must be checked in at the Security Office in Section 126 for pick up after the game.
    • Noisemakers, cowbells, air horns (non-compressed air), drums, cell phones, and all items that make a noise are allowed in the stadium. However, their use, frequency and location are at the discretion of management. If there are complaints about these items being used, their use should be stopped. If necessary, the item may be checked into the Security Office Sec. 126 until the end of the game.
    • Cameras and videos are allowed in the stadium during all regular season baseball games as long as they are not for commercial use. Both cameras and videos must be hand held; tripods cannot be set up in the seating areas or the aisles (monopods are allowed), and must not block the view of the ball game for other guests.
    • Signs and banners may be displayed at games as long as:
      • They do not obstruct the sight line of another guest.
      • They are not larger than 3' tall x 6' wide.
      • They are not in the field of play.
      • They do not cover up any existing signage.
      • They are not commercial in nature.
      • They do not contain obscene or inflammatory language.
      • They are not paraded around the stadium.
    • Bubbles and lightsticks are not permitted into the stadium at any time.
    • Laser pointers and similar items are prohibited. Anyone who is observed using a laser pointer will be ejected from the stadium and the device to be confiscated. Any laser pointer, which is confiscated, will not be returned.
    • For the safety of our guests, ball retrievers are not permitted in the stadium during A's games. Guests must return them to their car before entering the stadium. Ball retrievers confiscated inside the stadium will not be returned.
    Children Age Requirements

    All guests 24 months or older must have an appropriate ticket for entry. Toddlers under 24 months do not need a ticket to enter O.co Coliseum, but they must sit on the lap of an accompanying adult. Please be considerate to those seated around you. Strollers are permitted entry. Strollers, however, must be small enough or collapsible to keep out of walkways and aisles and placed under seats, or be checked into the Guest Relations at Section 120.

    Closed Caption Devices

    Available at no charge to all fans through the MLB.com At the Ballpark application. Download the application to your Android or Apple mobile device from the Google Play, Amazon, or App Store. Select the O.co Coliseum and tap on the Closed Caption option. For guests that do not have a cell phone with internet capabilities, devices can be obtained by visiting A's Guest Relations at Sec. 120 in the A's Fan Center. A refundable deposit via a valid credit card must be used to secure the device while in use during the game. The device must be returned at the end of the game.

    Code of Conduct:

    The Oakland Athletics are committed to creating a safe, comfortable and enjoyable experience. Our staff has been trained to proactively intervene where necessary to help ensure a family entertainment environment:

    • Guests will follow the specified policies regarding carry-in items. Guests will allow any acknowledged representative at the gate of entrance to search items being brought into the stadium.
    • Guests will show their ticket when requested and sit only in their ticketed seat.
    • The progress of the game will not be disrupted by guests' actions or unauthorized persons entering the playing field.
    • Guests will enjoy the baseball experience free from foul/abusive language or obscene gestures.
    • Obscene or indecent clothing will not detract from the guest experience.
    • Guests will refrain from smoking in or near O.co Coliseum. The stadium is a "Smoke Free" facility in accordance with O.M.C. 8.30.040. All types of smoking including e-cigarettes are prohibited on the property.
    • Guests will refrain from displays of affection not appropriate in a public, family setting.
    • Impaired or intoxicated guests will be handled in a prompt and safe manner.

    The Oakland Athletics reserves unto itself the right to determine what constitutes unacceptable behavior. Any guest that fails to comply with any of the above stated policies is subject to ejection from the stadium and/or arrest.

    Community Fund Programs:

    The Oakland A's Community Fund supports charitable organizations in improving the quality of life for people throughout the Bay Area. Specifically, the fund endeavors to improve educational programs, aid the underprivileged, assist in crime and drug prevention, promote health awareness, and champion children and senior welfare. The Community Fund believes in the need to invest in the community's future. For more specific A's Community Fund information call (510) 563-2329.

    Community Fund Weekend Silent Auction: On every Saturday and Sunday, as well as other selected dates, the A's Community Fund holds a silent auction located behind Section 120. Fans have the opportunity to bid on valuable items such as jerseys, baseballs, game used equipment and autographed items from A's players and other MLB teams.

    A's Amigos: This program gives our community's bilingual Spanish speaking children of nonprofit organizations the opportunity to interact with bilingual speaking A's players in the A's dugout. Participants are able to learn about the value of sportsmanship and hard work from their role models. In addition to the pre-game chat, each child receives a game ticket and an A's cap. A's Amigos is sponsored by Kelly-Moore Paints and XFINITY.

    Food Bank Wednesdays: Help the A's Strike Out Hunger on Food Bank Wednesdays sponsored by the A's Community Fund! At every Wednesday home game beginning June 18 through September 24, 2014, fans can donate five cans of food or $5 at one of the Alameda County Community Food Bank tents outside the ballpark and receive a 2 for 1 ticket voucher for a future A's game - up to four vouchers per person.

    Home Run Readers program: This program is designed to reward students of all grade levels for reaching their personal reading goals. Teachers in this program set goals for their students and each student signs a contract with their teacher. Select schools that reach their goals are chosen to receive a visit from an A's player or coach in April and May. Students are also treated to an A's game.

    Little A's: This program provides 10,000 low to moderate-income children of Bay Area non-profits an opportunity to see a Major League Baseball game and receive a souvenir and child admission zoo pass at no cost. Our Little A's will be seated in sections 200-204 and the check in table for all participants will be located in Section 202. Little A's is sponsored by Bank of America and supported by Clorox and the Oakland Zoo.

    Mathletics: This program is sponsored by ROSS and Comcast SportsNet California. The A's design and distribute thousands of "Mathletics" workbooks which utilize simple formulas for calculating statistics of A's players to students in hopes to promote the importance of math among Bay Area youth. Students who are in the first through eighth grade, complete the workbooks correctly and submit the answer sheet to the A's will earn two ticket vouchers to an A's game!

    Science of the Game: Chevron and the Oakland A's are proud to present Science of the Game which gives students in grades 1-8 the opportunity to earn two (2) free ticket vouchers to an A's game by learning about baseball and the roll that science plays in this field.

    Senior Days: The Oakland A's Community Fund hosts thousands of Bay Area seniors throughout the regular season. These seniors will get to enjoy an afternoon of baseball from shaded plaza level seating of the ballpark.

    Take the Field with the A's: Selected Little League teams will accompany A's starting position players (excluding the pitcher) as they take the field at select Sunday A's home games. The children will take a ball and pen to the position and receive an autograph once the player reaches his position on the field. The children will then stand with the player during the National Anthem. Take the Field is sponsored by Wells Fargo Bank.

    Find additional information about these programs and more.

    Community Relations Requests:

    The A's Community Relations Department handles all requests for donations, auction items and speakers. Requests should be sent to:

    • Oakland A's Community Fund
    • 7000 Coliseum Way
    • Oakland, CA 94621

    All requests must be submitted six weeks prior to the event. The request must be submitted in writing on the organization's letterhead. The letter should include a contact person's name, phone number, tax id number and a deadline for response. Information on the Community Relations Department is available by telephone at (510) 563-2329.

    Concessions

    See Food Services

  • D

    Designated Driver Program:

    To encourage guests to drink responsibly, anyone who has a valid driver's license and is of legal drinking age (21 years old) is eligible for the Designated Driver Program. The Guest should go to the Designated Driver booth located at Section 120, next to the ATM's, and at Section 216, beginning when the gates open, through the end of the 2nd inning. After the 2nd inning guests can go to the Guest Relations booth at Section 120 to sign up. Guests must sign a form to be a Designated Driver, and will receive a coupon for a free soft drink during the game. Designated Drivers promise not to consume any alcoholic beverages during the time they have committed to being a Designated Driver.

    Diamond Level Seats

    Diamond Level seats are a great way to entertain clients and employees, or to simply enjoy a game with family and friends. You actually access the seats by walking past the visitor's clubhouse! Get more information »

    Diaper Changing Tables - Men's Restrooms:
    • 104, 110, 124, 131, 138, 206, 210, 220, 224, 228, 237, 314
    Diaper Changing Tables - Women's Restrooms:
    • 107, 111, 122, 127, 136, 139, 147, 148, 208, 210, 219, 224, 247, 315, 319
    Disabled Services:
    A's Team:

    Our specialized service team, provided free of charge, helps guests needing special assistance during A's games. The A's Team provides assistance to our guests in various ways, including wheelchair service, transportation on golf carts, assisting the visually impaired to and from their seats, transportation to and from the BART Plaza, and answers to common questions. A's Team service begins 15 minutes prior to opening of gates and ends 30 minutes after the last out. For A's Team information, guests should call (510) 638-4900, ext. 2820 or visit Guest Relations at Sec. 120 in the A's Fan Center.

    Access Routes:

    Guests with tickets for sections 100-134, including Bleachers, should enter through C or D Gates. For access to sections 200-234 or Plaza Reserved, guests should use the Plaza Club Entrance, or either of the entrance gates (LL, MM) off the BART Plaza.

    Elevators: West Side:

    Three elevators allow guests with disabilities access to the Club Concourse. These elevators are accessed via the Plaza Club Entrance, across from the Arena.

    Elevators: East Side:

    Three elevators allow guests with disabilities access to all levels of the East Side Structure, including the Plaza Suites (67-96), Plaza Reserved, East Side Club Suites (67-96), and East Side Loge Suites (67-96). These elevators are accessed via the Main Concourse at Section 143, or via the BART Plaza.

    MVP Infield/MVP/Lower Box Sections:

    An elevator allowing access to the MVP Infield/MVP/Lower Box Sections wheelchair accessible seats in Row 20 is located in the right field corner at Section 101, inside B Gate. A Guest Services Team Member is staffed at this location to assist guests. This elevator takes guests from the Main Concourse to the Lower Cross Aisle between rows 20 and 21 of the Field Level Sections (100-134).

    Entrances:

    All Stadium entry gates are disabled accessible.

    First Aid Offices:

    Emergency treatment may be administered at the First Aid Offices behind section 109 (inside C Gate) and Section 141 on the Main Concourse behind centerfield.

    Restroom Accommodations:
    • All Eastside Suites used for baseball are accessible.
    • All Stadium restrooms accommodate wheelchairs (except NetSuite Diamond Level Restroom).
    • All water fountains throughout the stadium are disabled accessible.
    Parking:

    Parking stalls for disabled guests are located in all four public parking lots. Disabled parking stalls are limited and available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Vehicles must have a valid disabled placard to park in the disabled parking area There are enlarged disabled parking areas in A and B lots respectively.

    Ramps:
    • North Plaza Ramp: Exit Only during giveaways
    • South Plaza Ramp: Exit Only during giveaways
    • Section 120: inside stadium; access to Ticket Services & ATM
    • Section 114: inside stadium; access to Ticket Services
    • C Gate: access to Club Concourse Sections 200-205, Picnic Plaza area, Plaza Reserved (Sections 234-249), Eastside Club, Gate MM, and BART Plaza
    • D Gate: access to Club Concourse Sections 229-234, Plaza Reserved (Sections 234-249), Eastside Club, Gate LL, and BART Plaza.
    Disabled Access Seating:

    There are wheelchair accessible seats available for sale throughout the stadium. With the exception of the Bleachers, all disabled seating is reserved. Companion seating is available at all wheelchair seating areas. All seating is subject to availability. Once inside the stadium, guests who require reseating to accessible seating areas should be escorted by a Supervisor or Event Representative to Ticket Services.

    ADVANCE: Disabled seating locations are available for purchase at the A's Stadium Box Office. The Box Office is located outside the north side of the stadium at D Gate and is open on non-game days Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and Saturday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The Box Office is also open for every A's home game. Tickets for individual games may also be purchased by phone at (877) 493-BALL (2255), or purchased online at www.athletics.com.

    DAY OF GAME: Disabled seating locations are available for day of game purchase, and are subject to availability. The A's Box Office at D Gate opens at 10 a.m. on game days.

    Accessible seats are available in the following seating areas: MVP Infield, Lower Box, Field Infield, Field Level, Plaza Infield, Bleachers, Plaza Reserved and Value Deck. Space is available for a guest in a wheelchair or accessible chair. Seating with a companion is available in most sections. Any additional guests will be provided with the closest available seats.

    SEASON TICKETS: Disabled accessible seats are available throughout the stadium in most Season Ticket packages. For more information please call (510) 568-5600.

    Drinking Fountains:
    • Main Concourse: 103, 107, 112, 122, 127, 131, 136, 139, 138, 140, 144, 146, 147, 148
    • Club Concourse: 208, 210, 219, 220, 224, 226, 237, 238, 246, 247, 315, 319
    Drop off locations:

    Guests can be dropped off at C and D Gates, or on the Plaza. After dropping off your guest, automobiles must then exit the property or park in the regular parking lots.

  • E

    Elevators

    Westside of the stadium: Three elevators provide guests with disabilities access to the Club Concourse area. These elevators are accessed via the Plaza Club Entrance across from Oracle Arena.

    Eastside of the stadium: Three elevators provide guests with disabilities access to all levels of the Eastside seating area, including the Plaza Suites, Plaza Reserved, Eastside Club Suites and Eastside Loge Suites. These elevators are accessed via the Main Concourse at Section 143 or via the BART Plaza.

    Field Level Sections: Wheelchair accessible seating located in the Lower Box or MVP Box, Row 20, can be reached via the elevator located in Section 101 near the right field corner. This elevator is staffed by a Guest Services Team Member who will assist guests as they access the Lower Cross Aisle from the Main Concourse.

    Event Space

    The O.Co Coliseum offers a wide range of special event areas and outstanding food service to suit your group or company's needs. From small business meetings to large corporate events, O.co Coliseum offers ideal accommodations for your group

    Exit/Re-entry Privileges:

    Exiting and re-entering the stadium with the same ticket is NOT permitted. O.Co Coliseum is a "no re-entry" facility. On promotional giveaway days, guests may wish to exit the stadium and re-enter with new tickets through the designated exit gates only.

  • F

    Fan Mail:

    Fan mail, cards and letters with a self-stamped envelope to players and personnel can be sent to:

    • Fan Mail or Name of Player
    • P.O Box 2220
    • Oakland, CA 94621

    The Oakland A's do not encourage mailing items to be autographed and are not responsible for items that are not autographed or returned.

    Field Box Seats

    Field Box seats are a great way to entertain clients and employees, or to simply enjoy a game with family and friends. Don't forget your glove - you'll be right in the middle of the action! Get more information »

    First Aid Offices:

    The First Aid Office, located at Section 109 (inside C Gate) on the Main Concourse, is open for every game. There is a second First Aid Office at Section 141 on the Main Concourse in center field.

    Food Services:

    Ovations Food Services provide food & beverage services throughout the stadium, including the Bar & Grille, Eastside Club, and specialty catering for the Suites. Traditional ballpark fare is offered at locations throughout the stadium.

    Foul Balls & Home Runs

    Guests who catch foul balls or home run balls may keep them. Guests who enter any unauthorized area of the stadium to retrieve a foul ball or home run, including the top of the out of town scoreboards, the emergency stairs at A & B Gates and the playing field, are subject to ejection and arrest.

  • G

    Game Notes:

    Game notes are available to guests during each home game at the Guest Relations booth at Section 120. Guests in the Suite area have access to the game notes through the Suite Concierge. Guests in the Luxury Suite area will have access to the game notes through the Luxury Suite Concierge.

    Gate Openings:
    • * Monday - Friday games: Stadium gates open one and a half (1.5) hours prior to scheduled start of the game.
    • Saturday & Sunday games: Stadium gates open two (2) hours prior to scheduled start of the game.

    * Subject to change on selected dates. O.co Coliseum opens 2 hours prior to game time on Opening Night. Additional games may be added or subtracted at a later date.

    Guest Relations:

    Guest Relations is located on the Main Concourse behind Section 120 in the A's Fan Center. The friendly and knowledgeable Guest Relations Staff is available to assist our guests with potential questions, comments or concerns. Guest Relations is one of many valuable resources to guests with disabilities, From stadium policies to the nearest specialty food stands, the needs of our guests are the top priorities for our Guest Relations Staff. Open for business from gate opening until the crowd clears, Guest Relations is in place to help ensure that our guests receive outstanding customer service at the stadium.

  • H

    Home Run & Foul Balls:

    Guests who catch foul balls or home run balls may keep them. Guests who enter any unauthorized area of the stadium to retrieve a foul ball or home run, including the top of the out of town scoreboards, the emergency stairs at A & B Gates and the playing field, are subject to ejection and arrest.

  • I

  • J

  • K

    Kids Club:

    The Oakland A's Kids Club is for youth 14 and under. For $20, members receive exclusive A's Kids Club merchandise, game tickets and much more.

    For more information, please call (510) 638-4900 ext. 2348; or e-mail kidsclub@athletics.com. Guests can also sign up at the Kids Club booth inside D Gate through the 3rd inning on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday home games. For $25, members receive a kit including a Stomper Bobblehead Toothbrush Holder, A's lanyard with membership card holder, and a coupon booklet with game ticket, merchandise discounts, and much more. A Kids Club passport is also included with the All-Star Membership. Members can bring their 2014 passport to the Kids Club booth on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday home games to receive a stamp. Different prizes are awarded after 10, 15 and 25 stamps. If the Kids Club booth is not open, members can bring their Kids Club passport to the A's Executive Offices for a stamp. All 2014 Oakland A's Kids Club members will be able to return to the booth during the season with their membership card for a chance to spin the Kids Club prize wheel. There is a free membership option that does not include the kit.

    Kids ID Program:

    Fans aged 12 and under may obtain a wristband with their name and seat location written on it for identification purposes. Guests also have the option of purchasing a Kids I.D. card and lanyard for $1.00. Kids wristbands are available at the Guest Relations booth, located at Section 120, during all A's home games and in the Stomper Fun Zone, located at Section 220, on days when the Fun Zone is open. Kids wristband sales conclude after the 2nd inning.

  • L

    Laser Pointers:

    Laser pointers and similar items are prohibited. Anyone who is observed using a laser pointer will be ejected from the stadium and the device to be confiscated. Any laser pointer, which is confiscated, will not be returned.

    Light Sticks/Light Devices:

    Fluorescent light sticks, glow sticks, or other light emitting devices are not permitted in the stadium.

    Lost and Found:

    Lost and found items are taken to the Stadium Security Office at Section 126 as soon as they are found. Items are immediately logged and kept there. Guests in search of lost items during the current game will be directed to the Security Office. Guests in search of lost items from a previous game may call AEG's Lost and Found (510) 383-4660.

  • M

    Merchandise Stores:

    The store will be closed for the off season and will reopen in early 2015. Please check back for details on the exact times.

    During games, official A's merchandise stores are located inside the stadium at the following locations:

    • D Gate: Sec. 126
    • Custom Jersey Stand: Sec. 127
    • C Gate: Sec. 111
    • DD Stand: Sec. 224
    • Starter Store: Sec. 110
    • CC Stand: Sec. 210
    • Cap Stand: Sec. 114
    • Authenticated Item Stand: Sec. 121
    Mobile Phone App:

    MLB.com At the Ballpark® is your mobile companion when visiting O.co Coliseum. The official MLB ballpark application perfectly complements and personalizes your trip to O.co Coliseum with mobile check-in, social media, offers, rewards and exclusive content. O.co Coliseum also offers seat and experience upgrade components. Check in automatically with iBeacon technology (iOS devices only) at O.co Coliseum for exclusive Athletics offers and in-game features.

    2014 Features:

    • Unlock offers and check in to games using iBeacon technology
    • Access your online tickets with My Tickets
    • Upgrade your seat and ballpark experience
    • View your check-in history and access exclusive content with My Journal
    • Explore the park with interactive concourse maps, directories and concession menus
    • Find out your favorite player and ballpark entrance music, with the ability to purchase songs on iPhone
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    National Anthem:

    Those interested in performing the National Anthem at an Oakland A's home game may send a recording to:

    • Oakland A's "National Anthem"
    • 7000 Coliseum Way
    • Oakland, CA 94621

    An acappella CD or DVD of the performer singing the anthem (sung traditional and in under a minute thirty) must be submitted to be considered.

    Noise Makers:

    Noisemakers, cowbells, air horns (non-compressed air), drums, cell phones, and all items that make a noise are allowed in the stadium. However, their use, frequency and location are at the discretion of management. If there are complaints about these items being used, their use should be stopped. If necessary, the item may be checked into the Security Office Sec. 126 until the end of the game.

    Nursing Mothers

    Women looking for a private area to nurse infants can go to the First Aid Station at Sec. 109. A small partition and table area and a private restroom facility are available (space may be limited) inside the First Aid Office.

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    Oakland City Ordinances: Oakland Municipal Codes
    8.44.030 Activities prohibited within the stadium and arena.

    The following activities are prohibited within the stadium:

    1. No person shall intentionally throw, discharge, launch or spill any solid object (including footballs, baseballs, beach balls, Frisbees or other such devices) or liquid substance or otherwise cause such object or substance to be thrown, discharged, launched, spilled or to become airborne.
    2. No person shall explode, set off, discharge or otherwise release or cause to be released any smoke bomb, fireworks, stink bomb, or other substance which is physically harmful or otherwise irritating, offensive, repugnant or disgusting to the eyes or sense of smell.
    3. No person shall enter any area of the stadium or arena not open to the general public, or any other area set apart for the participants, performers, officials, attendants or service personnel at any time before, during, or after a stadium or arena event.
    4. No person shall bring into or possess within the stadium or the arena any can or bottle or any thermos, vacuum bottle, canteen or other similar container containing alcohol unless expressly authorized by the authorized representative.
    5. No person shall gain or attempt to gain admittance to the stadium or the arena except through an access gate open for public access and by presenting a valid event ticket or otherwise paying the posted charge required for admission or to enter or attempt to enter the stadium or the arena during non-event days or hours without permission.
    6. No person of either sex shall enter the clearly marked and designated restroom facilities of the opposite sex at the stadium or the arena.
    7. No person shall behave in so noisy, boisterous or rowdy a manner as to disturb spectators or participants at any stadium or arena event so that assigned personnel must address the person to cease or prevent a recurrence of the noisy, boisterous or rowdy behavior.
    8. No person shall violate any local ordinance or state law.
    9. No person shall refuse to obey an ejectment order made pursuant to enforcement of this section, or shall re-enter the stadium or arena during the event that person was ejected from by purchase of another ticket or by any other means.
    10. No person shall bring into or possess within the stadium or the arena any noise-making device including but not necessarily limited to air horns, powered megaphones, bugles, drums, tambourines or other musical instruments unless expressly authorized.
    11. No person shall lead, conduct or otherwise bring or allow to remain in the stadium or the arena any animal, bird, fish or reptile, except trained guide dogs or dogs for the disabled certified by the state of California and which are in actual use.
    12. No person shall remain within the stadium or the arena more than one hour after the conclusion of the event for which admitted. It is unlawful for any person to refuse to obey the lawful order of law enforcement officers or stadium or arena security personnel made pursuant to enforcement of this subsection.
    13. Subsections A through L of this section shall not apply to any duly authorized employee, agent or officer of the authorized representative while acting in the course and scope of his or her employment, nor shall it apply to any duly authorized participant, performer, official, security or service personnel specifically authorized to perform such an act by the authorized representative while acting in the scope of his or her employment or participation.
    14. No person shall smoke any combustible substance in or near O.co Coliseum. The stadium is a "Smoke Free" facility in accordance with O.M.C. 8.30.040.
    15. During events with ticketed assigned seating, no person is to occupy a seat for which he/she does not possess a valid ticket.
    16. No person shall remain standing in or block any aisle or passageway beyond the time reasonably necessary to transit the aisle or passageway. Aisle or passageway shall mean those areas immediately adjacent to the seating areas that are intended as walkways leading to or from seats or exits. Aisle or passageway shall also mean the concourse areas when large crowds have gathered in sufficient numbers so as to block such aisle or passageways. (Ord. 12091 (part), 1998; Ord. 12003 ? 2 (part), 1997)
    8.44.040 Activities prohibited within the parking facility.

    The following activities are prohibited within the parking facility:

    1. No person shall maliciously and/or in a manner that disturbs public order or causes a threat to public safety throw, discharge, launch or spill any solid object including footballs, baseballs, Frisbees and other such devices or liquid substances, or otherwise cause such objects or substances to be maliciously and/or in a manner that disturbs public order or causes a threat to public safety thrown, discharged, launched, spilled or to become airborne within the parking facility.
    2. No person shall explode, set off, discharge, or otherwise release or cause to be released any smoke bomb, fireworks, stink bomb, or other substance which is physically harmful or otherwise irritating, offensive, repugnant, or disgusting to the eyes or sense of smell within the parking facility.
      1. No person shall participate in any activity, including, but not limited to vehicle driver training, running, jogging, volleyball, baseball, soccer, football, roller skating, bicycle riding, skateboarding or Frisbee within the parking facility unless expressly authorized by the authorized representative.
      2. No tables, barbecues, chairs, umbrellas or other objects shall be permitted on walkways and promenades in the inner areas of the parking facility without the written permission of the authorized representative.
    3. No person shall lead, conduct or otherwise bring or allow to remain in the parking facility any animal, bird, fish or reptile except trained guide dogs or dogs for the disabled certified by the state of California and which are in actual use.
    4. No person shall bring or attempt to bring a vehicle into the parking facility without paying the prescribed charge required for admission. No employee of the authorized representative or any employee of any organization holding an event at the complex shall enter or attempt to enter the parking facility without presenting a valid ticket or pass to that event, or a pass or I.D. indicating that the person is an on-duty employee working the event.
    5. For purposes of the California Vehicle Code, all surfaced areas of the parking facility, on which vehicles normally travel to enter and leave parking spaces or the parking facility, shall be considered "highways" as defined in California Vehicle Code Section 360.
      1. No person shall park or stand a vehicle in more than one parking space. If the vehicle exceeds twenty (20) feet in length, the driver thereof shall park said vehicle in parking spaces for standard size vehicles and pay for the additional space and display evidence of such payment.
      2. No person shall utilize in any manner more than the parking space that his or her vehicle is entitled to occupy under the provisions of this chapter. Roadways and fire lanes shall remain clear of vehicles and objects to maximize use for traffic circulation.
      3. No person shall interfere in any manner with the use of an adjacent parking space.
    6. O.co Coliseum staff may set a reasonable closing time for parking facilities following an event. No person shall remain within the parking facilities after being informed by a police officer or security personnel the facilities are closed. No person shall refuse to obey the lawful order of a police officer or security personnel made pursuant to enforcement of this subsection.
    7. No person shall bring, or cause to be brought, for the purposes of sale or barter, or have for sale, or sell or exchange, or offer for sale or exchange any food, drink, service, goods, wares, ticket or merchandise within any portion of the parking facility including the perimeter sidewalk of the complex without first having obtained a city business tax certificate and a permit from the authorized representative.
    8. No person shall bring within the perimeter of the boundaries of O.co Coliseum parking lots, or cause to be brought to the parking lots, a beer keg or any type of glass container. This subsection shall not apply to patrons possessing prescribed medication in glass containers.
    9. Subsections A through J of this section shall not apply to any duly authorized employee, agent or officer of the Authorized Representative while acting in the course and scope of his or her employment, nor shall it apply to any duly authorized participant, performer, official, security or service personnel specifically authorized to perform such an act by the authorized representative while acting in the scope of his or her employment or participation. (Ord. 12290 (part), 2000; Ord. 12091 (part), 1998; Ord. 12003 ? 2 (part), 1997)

    Sec. 6-3.19 states it is unlawful to sell or offer for sale goods on O.co Coliseum property without written authorization from the Oakland A's. This includes tickets, even when offered for face value.

    Business and Professional Code Article I, Sec. 25607, makes it unlawful to have in possession in the stadium, alcoholic beverages not purchased on the premises from the licensee.

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    Parking:

    Parking for A's games opens two and one-half hours prior to game time. During an A's game most guests will park in lots A, B, C or D. Guest's fee for parking is $20 for cars, $30 for limousines, and $30 for buses. Only one parking stall per parking fee. Parking is free on Tuesdays, exclusive of premium games. ACE Parking collects the parking fee at the parking entrance gates, and directs traffic as necessary within the lots and along the access roads. View the Parking Map »

    Parking Lot Security

    For assistance and safety the A's provide Bike Patrol units in the parking lots. The Bike Patrol assist guests by providing escorts to cars, locating AAA, responding to minor vehicle collisions and general monitoring of the parking lots.

    Party Facilities:

    Reservations are accepted for party facilities available throughout O.co Coliseum for groups of 20-3,000 people. The A's offer a number of indoor and outdoor areas for groups. For more information or to make reservations, please call (510) 563-2339.

    Learn More about Party Facilities »

    Petitions and Leaflets:

    Anyone wishing to distribute leaflets must receive written permission from the VP of Stadium Operations of the Oakland A's. Petitioners are allowed to seek signatures from guests in the parking lots away from all stadium entrances.

    Promotional Giveaways:

    Promotional giveaways are scheduled on various game dates throughout the season. Click here for more information »

    Premium Seating:
    NetSuite Suites:

    Suites are available to rent on a seasonal or per game basis. Information is available at the Ticket Services Office, the Suite Concierge Desk located on the Club Concourse at Section 217, or by calling (510) 563-2313.

    NetSuite Diamond Level:

    Exclusive to 183 seats, and just 60 feet behind home plate is the NetSuite Diamond Level. To get to your seat, a private entrance is offered through the visiting team tunnel at the South Gate in E-Lot. From inside the stadium, the Net Suite Diamond Level can be accessed behind section 113. Included in the price of the ticket is unlimited food and beverage (2 alcoholic), promotional giveaway itrems, and an E-Lot Parking pass. Parking passes are ONLY available when purchased directly from the A's and at least 1 week prior to the game. Parking passes will be emailed to you the week before your game. For more information, contact 510-638-4627.

    Field Box:

    There is a First Base Field Box and a Third Base Field Box. The First Base Field Box is located down the first base line, between the visitor's dugout and bullpen. Access to the First Base Field Box from the Main Concourse at Section 109. The Third Base Field Box is located down the third base line, between the A's dugout and bullpen. Access to the Third Base Field Box is from the Main Concourse at Section 125. The Field Box offers a limited menu of ballpark food and beverages for in-seat ordering.

    Press Gate:

    Press with passes enter the stadium through the North Pass Gate, located in F Lot. Press passes can be picked up at Will Call located on the Plaza. Press who pick up Passes at Will Call may also enter at the Plaza Entry.

    Public Bus Transportation:

    AC Transit buses which drop off at the Coliseum BART Station are Bus #45, 46, 73, 98, and 805. AC Transit can be contacted by dialing 511 and saying "AC Transit".

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    Rain checks/Canceled Games:

    Should a game be canceled or postponed, please retain your ticket. View the complete Rainout Policy here »

    Ramps:
    • C Gate: Provides access to the South Club Concourse, Plaza Reserved, Eastside Club, MM Gate, and BART Plaza.
    • D Gate: Provides access to the North Club Concourse Sections, Plaza Reserved, Eastside Club, LL Gate, and BART Plaza.
    • Section 113: inside stadium; access to Ticket Services and exit
    • Section 120: inside stadium; access to Ticket Services and exit.
    • South Plaza Ramp: exit gates on designated giveaways.
    • North Plaza Ramp: exit gates on designated giveaways.
    Restrooms:
    Women's Restrooms:
    • 107, 111, 122, 127, 136, 139, 147, 148, 208, 210, 216, 219, 224, 226, 238, 247, 315, 319
    Men's Restrooms:
    • 104, 110, 124, 131, 138, 147, 206, 210, 220, 224, 228, 237, 248, 314, 320
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    Season Ticket Holder Gate

    The Season Ticket Holder Gate is located between the Ticket Services Office and the Plaza Club Entrance. Season Ticket Holders accessing this gate will need to be in possession of their Season Ticket Holder credential (provided by Ticket Services) and their ticket for that day's game. If the Season Ticket Holder's ticket is printed on the official Season Ticket Holder ticket stock then the credential is not necessary. Season Ticket Holders are not allowed to escort friends or family through the Season Ticket Holder Gate unless their guest's ticket is printed on the official Season Ticket Holder ticket stock. The Season Ticket Holder Gate will be open for all Oakland A's home games and will open at the same time as all the other regular gates. Giveaways will be distributed from the Season Ticket Holder Gate in the same fashion as all other gates for those guests that are authorized to enter through the Season Ticket Holder Gate.

    Scoreboard Messages:

    Name in Lights Program - For a donation to the A's Community Fund, guests can send a birthday, anniversary, and or special message to family and friends on the stadium's matrix board. A photo of your message can be emailed to the purchaser for an additional fee. The messages are limited in length and must be received 24 hours prior to the start of the game.

    For questions or additional information, please contact community@athletics.com or call (510) 563-2231.

    Security Office:

    The stadium Security Office is located at Section 126 (D Gate) on the Main Concourse. This office is open 30 minutes prior to stadium gate opening, until one hour after the conclusion of the game. A second Security Office at Section 148 is opened for high attendance games.

    Signs

    See Banners and Signs.

    Smoking:

    In accordance with the City of Oakland's smoking ordinance, Section 8.30.40, all A's events are Smoke Free. Violators of this policy will be subject to ejection and/or citation. There are no designated smoking areas anywhere in the stadium. Electronic Cigarettes (E-Cigarettes) are not permitted at anytime.

    Stadium Event Space

    We offer a wide range of special event locations throughout the O.Co Coliseum to suit your corporate or personal needs. Whether you are planning a child's birthday party, a business meeting, an outdoor barbecue, a wedding reception, a company picnic, or a trade show, the Coliseum offers ideal accommodations for your group. Listed on our website is information regarding the following areas: BBQ Terrace, Conference Rooms, East Side Club, West Side Bay & West Side Patio.

    Stadium Facts:
    • Designed by: the architectural firm of Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill
    • General contractor: Guy F. Atkinson Company
    • Groundbreaking: April 15, 1964
    • Renovations: started October of 1995; completed September 1996
    • Seating capacity: 35,067 (baseball); 63,024 (football); 70,000 (concerts)
    • First event: Raiders vs. KC Chiefs on September 8, 1966; Chiefs won 32-10.
    • First Baseball game: Oakland A's vs. BAL Orioles, Apr. 17, 1968; Orioles won 4-1
    • Parking: 8,500 slots
    • Complex area: 120 acres
    • Playing field: approximately 165,000 square feet or 3.7 acres.
    • Elevation: 22 ft. below sea level.
    • Stadium dimensions:
      • Left Center Power Alley: 388 feet
      • Straight Away Center Field: 400 feet
      • Right Center Power Alley: 388 feet
      • Right Field Line: 330 feet
    Stomper:

    The A's mascot Stomper is available to make special appearances at a guest's seat, suite or tailgate during any Wednesday, Friday-Sunday home game as well as perform at a private engagement. For more information call the Stomper hotline at (510) 638-4900 ext. 2348, email stomper@athletics.com, or visit www.athletics.com/stomper. Please note that any in stadium appearance requires a 48 hour notice, while private appearances require 2 weeks advance notice. There is a fee for all Stomper appearances which can be found on the A's website. Stomper's Home Page »

    Stomper Fun Zone:

    The Stomper Fun Zone is located on the Club Concourse behind Section 220. Guests may take their children to this interactive area to enjoy the speed pitch game, batting cage, coin operated rides, win prizes and more. The Stomper Fun Zone is open every home game during the summer months of June, July, and August. The Fun Zone is open on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday home games during April, May, and September. The Fun Zone opens when the stadium gates open and closes after the last out of the 8th inning. Stomper visits the Fun Zone during the 7th inning during weekend home games, for autographs and photo sessions. The Stomper Fun Zone can be reserved for a private birthday celebration for kids 14 and under. Also see Birthday Parties

    Suites

    A's Suites are the perfect fit if you're looking to entertain clients or employees, or to simply enjoy a game with family and friends. Regardless of the size of your group, the A's have a great suite for you. Get more information »

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    Tailgate Area:

    Guests may chose to reserve tailgate areas during all Oakland A's home games, based on availability. Each tailgate area can accommodate groups of 50 people or more. There are fees associated with reserving tailgate areas.

    Taxi Services:
    • Veterans Cab (510) 352-2400
    • Friendly Cab (510) 536-3000

    Taxi cabs can also be picked up at the Coliseum/Airport BART Station on San Leandro Blvd. (across the BART Bridge to the Coliseum) without a reservation. Guests can access the BART Station by crossing the BART Ramp located between LL and MM Gates.

    Team History
    The A's Elephant

    After helping form the American League in 1901, New York Giants manager John McGraw dismissed the A's with contempt by calling them "The White Elephants," implying Connie Mack should not be allowed to spend money without supervision. Mack defiantly adopted the White Elephant as the team insignia and in 1902, the Athletics won their first American League pennant.

    The White Elephant remained the team's mascot and later that decade, made its first appearance on the A's team sweaters. By 1920, Mack had fully adopted the Elephant as the team's symbol. The traditional "A" on the team's jersey was replaced by a blue elephant logo.

    In 1924, the blue elephant was replaced by the traditional white elephant on the team's jersey and the A's played better ball for the next few years.

    In1928, Mack decided the elephant had worn out its brief welcome on the A's jersey fronts and replaced the logo with the familiar "A" on the uniform. That was the last year for the elephant on the A's uniform until 1955, when the A's , now in Kansas City added the patch to their uniform sleeves. However, when Charlie Finely purchased the team in the early 1960's, the elephant was once again sent packing and replaced by, of all animals, a mule.

    Prior to the 1988 season, the A's brought back a new, more aggressive A's Elephant. In 1995, the traditional A's elephant was reincorporated into many of the team's promotional items and publications and is now a prominent feature on the A's uniform.

    Text to Issue

    We offer a texting service that guests can use to text issues or ask questions. Guests can text the word "Issue" and a and your issue and location to the number 69050. Dispatch will receive your message and can observe your section to look for violations of our Fan Code of Conduct and respond appropriately.

    Ticket Kiosks

    Electronic Ticket Kiosks are located in the following locations: Will Call (4), BART Plaza (6), D Gate Kiosk (4), C Gate Kiosk (4), Advanced Ticket Sales Window (1) (next to the A's Stadium Executive Offices), and in the Team Store at Section 105 and the BowTie Bar at section 129 . The Ticket Kiosks are able to handle game day and advanced ticket sales (via credit card) and will allow for pick up of Will Call tickets that were purchased online (note: third party/dropped off tickets will still need to be picked up at regular Will Call on the Plaza). There are no service fees for tickets purchased at the Ticket kiosks.

    Ticket Information:
    • Children 24 months or older must have an appropriate ticket for entry. Children under 24 months do not need a ticket to enter the Coliseum, however, they must sit on the lap of an accompanying adult. Please be considerate to those seated around you.
    • For Season Tickets, Group Tickets or general information call (510) 638- GoAs (4627).
    • All games are dynamically priced meaning that all non-season tickets will be priced based on current market value. Pricing can fluctuate based on factors affecting supply and demand. See current pricing
    • Premium games played in Oakland are Opening Night and games vs. the San Francisco Giants, the New York Yankees, and the Boston Red Sox. Additional games may be added as premium games. Please check with the A's Ticket Operations and Sales Departments with questions.
    • Plaza Level (Sections 205-209, 225-229)-Seniors 60 or better & children 14 or under as well as military personnel with valid ID, will receive $8 off per ticket per ID, excluding all premium & Fireworks games.
    • All seats are reserved except for Bleachers.
    • A's Jumbo Tickets are available in the Field Box, Plaza Club and Value Deck and offer game tickets with additional value loaded into the barcode. These "jumbo" tickets can be used throughout the Coliseum for redemption at various Concessions stands for food and beverages and Merchandise stands for souvenirs. Jumbo Tickets will also be available in other seating areas for special promotions throughout the season.

    Tickets with added-value can be used towards the purchase of food or merchandise at any concession stand with the Jumbo Logo inside the O.Co Coliseum during the game printed on the face of the added-value ticket. The added-value on the ticket and any portion thereof is not redeemable for cash. Any remaining value on the ticket which is not used by the conclusion of the game on the ticket may not be used at a later date, replaced or redeemed in any way. In the event of rainout prior to completion of an "official game" or rescheduling of a game, remaining value may be redeemed for merchandise or food during the rescheduled game. In the event a game is cancelled and not rescheduled, added-value will not be transferred or redeemable.

    INDIVIDUAL GAME TICKETS - ADVANCE & DAY OF GAME:

    Regular and Wheelchair accessible seating locations are available for day of game purchase, and are subject to availability. The A's Box Office at D Gate opens at 10 a.m. on all game days. Monday-Thursday D Gate will close 2 hours after game time, the advance window located up the ramps at Sections 113 and 120 will remain open until the end of the game. Friday-Sunday D Gate will close 30 minutes after the games ends. On game days future game tickets may be purchased from inside the stadium at the box office window up the ramp behind Sections 113 or 120.

    Ticket Services Office:

    The A's Ticket Services Office is on the Westside Plaza and is open Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and on game days beginning three (3) hours prior to game time until the middle of the 7th inning. The Ticket Services Office is accessible from inside the stadium via the ramp behind Section 113 or Section 120, or from outside the stadium on the Westside Plaza, across from the Arena Box Office.

    Ticket Services handles the following:
    • Situations that require re-seating.
    • Ticket related concerns.
    • Season Ticket exchanges and questions.
    • Problems that may arise with the ticket scan upon entry.

    In order to avoid long lines, only day-of-game problems should be directed to Ticket Services. General ticket questions and purchases should be handled at the C and D Gate ticket windows outside the stadium. Persons inside the ballpark that wish to purchase Season Tickets and Group Tickets should be directed to the Ticket Sales table behind Section 113. Issues regarding promotional items and other non-ticket related problems should be directed to the Guest Relations area behind Section 120.

    Tours:

    Stadium tours have concluded for the 2014 season. Please check back in 2015 for more information!

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    WiFi:

    Currently, WiFi access is not available at O.Co Coliseum.

    Will Call:

    Will Call tickets can be picked up on the Westside Plaza next to the Employee Entrance Gate. Will Call opens two and one half (2.5) hours prior to game time and closes in the middle of the 7th inning. Will Call tickets are then moved to the A's Stadium Office receptionist. Guests must show picture identification at Will Call in order to pick up their tickets. Guests may also leave tickets at these windows during the regular season. There will be no third-party Will Call drop-offs accepted for postseason games, please distribute your tickets in advance.

    Fan Pass »

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