Budget Guide to O.co Coliseum

Budget Guides are a series of posts that will give readers a chance to see what fantastic deals and steals are available at each ballpark as well a great splurge experience and the “if money was no option” for all you high rollers!

Fresh off an exciting season the Oakland Athletics have plenty of value options- high and low that make a trip to o.Co Coliseum (wait for it…) moneyballin!:



Baseball Bargains:

A good place to start for a great value at O.co Coliseum are the weekday offers Chevy Free Parking Tuesdays, BART $2 Wednesdays, CAPCOM Throwback Thursdays, and XFINITY Friday Family Packs.

More information can be found here.

Dynamic Deals are also a great pricing option that change quite often, so make sure you keep an eye on them for great offers!

More info can be found here and here.

Finally, one value option that’s a bit different from many clubs are the A’s fundraising options: 50/50 Fundraising and Step Up To The Plate.

More information can be found here.

Splurge Option:

The BBQ Terrace is a great splurge option for larger groups of fans looking for a special way to enjoy some Athletics’ baseball. Two terraces- one in left field, another in right field, can be secured in a package that includes a BBQ meal and private seating.

More information can be found here.

All Out Experience at O.co Coliseum:

Mini Suites, while on the value page, are a little more of a high-end value option. While the A’s offer standard suite sizes of up to 24 guests, full-size suites for as few as six people are also available for as low as $99 per guest. The private suite includes a food and beverage package.

More information can be found here.

**Big thank you to Travis LoDolce from the Oakland Athletics for providing me with the information for this post!


One thought on “Budget Guide to O.co Coliseum

  1. I love going to games at the O.co! We might not get a lot of fans at the games, but the fans are great there. I think the ticket prices are more than reasonable compared to some of the other stadiums.


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