San Diego Padres Park Pass

The San Diego Padres Park Pass is a ticket for the “Park at the Park” in Petco Park. The Petco Park seating chart shows the Park at the Park behind the seating areas located between right-center and left-center field.

The San Diego Padres Park at the Park is open to local residents as a free outdoor park during non-game days. During games, the area is used as unreserved, open-air seating on the grass. The Padres recently installed a video board facing the park to enable fans to see the game even while sitting in the back areas of the park section. The Park Pass also provides access to any pre-game or post-game entertainment in the park and the whiffleball field located on the edge of the grass. The Park at the Park includes a famous statue of former Padres star Tony Gwynn and ample room for children to play. Fans interested in a relaxing day at the ballpark should arrive early to snag a good spot with a clear view of the video board since seating is open and unreserved.

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Padres Park at the Park Passes cost $5 per game with a maximum of six park passes per customer. Sales of Padres Park Passes commence from two weeks before the game and are available until the game begins. While the park rarely fills to capacity, there is a maximum number of passes sold for each game and the Padres will not allow additional fans to buy passes once the limit is reached. With no reserved seating throughout the area, fans should arrive as early as possible for the best locations near the video board. Families with younger children should bring outdoor games and activities for a more enjoyable time at the stadium.

San Diego Padres Park Pass

San Diego Padres Park Pass
View from the San Diego Padres Park Pass at Petco Park
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