The Oakland A's are excited to announce the creation of The Treehouse, a new destination area above the left field bleachers in the Oakland Coliseum. The Treehouse will open at the start of the 2018 season. The space will be open to all fans and will feature two full-service bars, standing-room and lounge seating, a TV wall, and pre- and postgame entertainment.
The Treehouse Pass
Introducing The Treehouse Pass! The Treehouse isn't just a new, unique space in the Oakland Coliseum, it's also a new, unique way to get into every A's home game. With a Treehouse Pass you'll be able to attend every game this season and enjoy all the amenities of The Treehouse and the 2,000 General Admission seats in the second level of the outfield.
Purchase a Treehouse Pass for monthly subscription fee of $29.99 per month. This option will auto-renew each season. The Treehouse Pass will be delivered directly to your mobile device via the MLB Ballpark app. The $120 annual Treehouse Pass for one season-long fee is no longer available for the 2018 season.
Unlike last season's discontinued Ballpark Pass, the Treehouse Pass allows access only to The Treehouse at the Oakland Coliseum, accessed exclusively through gates LL and MM. Access to the rest of the Coliseum and all the amenities it has to offer can be secured on a game-by-game basis via a paid upgrade fee. One free upgrade is included with every Treehouse Pass purchase.
The Treehouse Information
The 10,000-square foot area will consist of three unique spaces: a redwood patio deck with a bar and lounge seating; interior space inspired by an urban treehouse featuring reclaimed wood and metal elements, a renovated bar, a living wall, ping pong, pool, and foosball tables, and numerous seating options; and a standing-room, terraced redwood deck with drink rails and views of the field.
Every Friday night, a DJ will be featured in The Treehouse. NBC Sports California will host their pre- and postgame shows from The Treehouse on select games. The A's Radio network will also be broadcasting a live, 30-minute pregame show from the space for all home games.
The Oakland A's are committed to making the game day experience the best in baseball for all fans. The investment by the club in The Treehouse will create one of the most unique fan experiences across the league. We invite you to come and play in our Treehouse!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Treehouse Pass?
An awesome, affordable way to enjoy A's baseball whenever it's convenient for you! The Treehouse Pass gives you access to all 81 regular-season A's home games in 2018, and includes the exhibition game on March 25. You can sit anywhere in the Treehouse, grab food and drinks from The Treehouse bars and concession stands, check out the NBC Sports live broadcast set, and buy A's merchandise in the Treehouse pop-up store.
If you want to venture out of the Treehouse (even though it's equipped with everything you need), just purchase an upgrade on the spot using your MLB Ballpark app.
Where do Treehouse Pass holders enter the Coliseum?
Treehouse Pass holders may only enter the Coliseum through the two gates off of the BART ramp at the Eastern end of the stadium: LL Gate and MM Gate.
At all other gates around the stadium, your Treehouse Pass ticket will not scan and you will be denied access. See the map below for more information.
How is the Treehouse Pass different than the 2017 Ballpark Pass?
Last season, Ballpark Pass buyers were not guaranteed a seat for the game. The Treehouse Pass guarantees you access to the Treehouse, which includes General Admission seating in sections 238-249.
Whereas with the Ballpark Pass you could move freely throughout the entire ballpark, with the Treehouse Pass you will be confined to The Treehouse. See map below for more detailed information.
How do I access the rest of the Coliseum, such as Championship Plaza?
In order to access the rest of the Coliseum outside of The Treehouse, Treehouse Pass holders will have to purchase a day-of-game upgrade. One free upgrade is included with every Treehouse Pass purchase.
Upgrades will be available within the MLB Ballpark app. Upgrades will be available before and during games. Upgrades start at $10, and increase in price based upon the desired upgraded seat level.
Are there any blackout dates for this pass?
No! You have access to all 81 regular season home games in addition to the exhibition game on March 25.
Does my Treehouse Pass include access to Postseason games?
No, your Treehouse Pass does NOT include Postseason access.
How do I cancel my Treehouse Pass?
You can cancel your Annual Treehouse Pass by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org prior to Wednesday, March 20th 2019. If you purchased the six month option, you may cancel your subscription by emailing email@example.com prior to the 20th of the next month. Cancellations received after the 20th of each month will be honored in the next billing cycle. If you choose to cancel your monthly pass following the conclusion of the 2018 season, you can do so by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org prior to Wednesday, March 20th 2019.
Is there a difference between the yearly Treehouse pass and the monthly Treehouse Pass?
The only difference is between price points and methods of billing:
The yearly Treehouse Pass costs $149.99 and is billed once, upon the purchase;
The monthly Treehouse Pass costs $29.99 per month and is charged on the 20th of the month starting on March 20th and continuing through August 20th.
Does The Treehouse open when gates open?
Yes, pass holders as well as regular fans can enter The Treehouse and Treehouse Plaza through gates LL and MM when gates open. Season Ticket Members may enter 30 minutes prior to gates opening.
Can I rent out The Treehouse for a private event?
Please email email@example.com for more information.
Can other fans enter the Treehouse?
Yes, they can! All ticketed fans can flow into The Treehouse area to experience it. However, Treehouse Pass Holders may not flow into the remainder of the concourse.
Can I print my Treehouse Pass ticket?
No. The Treehouse Pass is a digital, mobile-only product. Download the MLB Ballpark app to access your pass for entry.
Can I buy Treehouse Passes for my family and friends?
Absolutely! But please note that these passes will live on your mobile device and cannot be forwarded. All barcodes will be on one device inside the MLB Ballpark app. If you have a group of two, for example, both barcodes can be scanned from one device. You and your guest will need to arrive at the Coliseum together.
Can I forward Treehouse Passes to my family and friends?
No. Treehouse Passes live exclusively on the mobile device of the purchaser.
Are children allowed in The Treehouse?
Absolutely! The Treehouse is much more than a bar. Complete with indoor and outdoor seating as well as games, the Treehouse Pass is a great option for families. There will be multiple pool tables, ping pong tables, and foosball tables, perfect for families and friends.
Can I save seats in the Treehouse Plaza section?
No. This is a first-come, first-serve area so seat-saving is not allowed.
Will I get the giveaways with my Treehouse Pass?
Giveaways are distributed at all gates, including LL and MM, while supplies last.
Is parking included with my Treehouse Pass?
Parking is not included with your pass. See parking map here »
Can I take BART to The Treehouse?
Absolutely! The BART ramp connects directly to The Treehouse entrance and is highly convenient. We strongly recommend BART as the easiest transportation option to/from The Treehouse Plaza.
Where do I access my barcodes for entry to the Coliseum?
You will receive mobile barcodes for all games included with your Treehouse Pass in the MLB Ballpark app. Use these mobile barcodes to scan and enter the Coliseum on the day of the game.
To access your barcodes:
- Log in to the MLB Ballpark app with the same account used to purchase your Treehouse Pass
- Select the Tickets tab
- Select the game you plan on attending
- Tap each ticket to view the individual barcode
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