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  • RuthMayBond
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    Originally posted by Blowfly
    My advice is to buy the "park pass" for $5.00 and you can go anywhere in the place there are plenty of standing areas through out the place with belly bars to place drinks and snacks on. You can also go to the Hall of Fame Bar and Grill on top of the Western Metal Supply Building and there is a terrace to watch the game from great view I might add, or you can watch the game from the Park in the Park. If you want to do the terrace thing they do it for half of the game in other words once the gates open until the fifth inning is the firs seating and that is first come first serve until full the second seating is from the fifth until the end of the game that is done by reservations taken that day, so get in early to watch bp o up the Hall of Fame Bar Grill put your name for the second seating and watch the first few innings from behind home in a standing area then watch the end and “Trevor Time” from the top of the Western Metal Supply Building.
    That's certainly a possibility, I stand the whole game at Jacobs Field (on the home run porch, and it did pay off when I caught Manny Ramirez's fourth career HR). Hm ,standing area behind home sounds interesting, never heard of a park with that

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  • Blowfly
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    My advice is to buy the "park pass" for $5.00 and you can go anywhere in the place there are plenty of standing areas through out the place with belly bars to place drinks and snacks on. You can also go to the Hall of Fame Bar and Grill on top of the Western Metal Supply Building and there is a terrace to watch the game from great view I might add, or you can watch the game from the Park in the Park. If you want to do the terrace thing they do it for half of the game in other words once the gates open until the fifth inning is the firs seating and that is first come first serve until full the second seating is from the fifth until the end of the game that is done by reservations taken that day, so get in early to watch bp o up the Hall of Fame Bar Grill put your name for the second seating and watch the first few innings from behind home in a standing area then watch the end and “Trevor Time” from the top of the Western Metal Supply Building.

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  • RuthMayBond
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    Originally posted by RuthMayBond
    (Any idea when they'll actually put up the times of their own home games?)
    Hey, I finally embarrassed them into putting the times online

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  • RuthMayBond
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    Originally posted by ReignInBlood
    What is your definition of "moderately" priced seats?
    After looking at the, um ,Padres website, how about $18 or less, that's only eliminating three of the eight price levels

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  • ReignInBlood
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    What is your definition of "moderately" priced seats?

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  • RuthMayBond
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    Ticket question

    I'm planning a trip to the California parks this summer. Does anyone have any recommendations for moderately-priced seats with a great view? (For example, at Jacobs Field, it would be the bleachers, provided you can get near the left-field foul pole and close down, not row YY). Are there any tickets where you're only allowed to enter certain gates and only go in certain sections of the park? Thanks. (Any idea when they'll actually put up the times of their own home games?)

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