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2021 Season Ticket Member Parking Marketplace

Season Ticket Members with Marketplace access can secure parking passes for all 2021 regular season games!

Book a package for all remaining games or individual passes on a game by game basis.
Whether you book now or as late as three hours before gametime, parking passes will always be available for Season Ticket Members with Parking Marketplace access.
How to Secure Parking Passes
  1. Click the Secure Parking Passes button above
  2. Login with your MLB.com credentials
  3. Select the full package or individual parking offer. NOTE: See important pass limit details below.
  4. If purchasing individual passes, select the game date
  5. Select the desired lot
  6. Click Add to Cart
  7. If purchasing individual passes, click Continue Shopping (bottom of the page) to add another game
  8. Confirm your delivery method. Choose from printed passes or mobile only - both are free of charge
  9. Account credit will be automatically applied. Apply a credit card for any remaining balance
  10. Click to agree to the terms
  11. Click Place Order
Lot Options

Choose from Lot A/Pier 48, Pier 30/32, Lot C, and One Bryant.

Pass Limits

Accounts are limited to one (1) parking pass per game. Purchasing an individual pass for a single game will make your account ineligible for the full package.

Pricing

Parking passes reflect special Season Ticket Member pricing:

  • Lot A/Pier 48 and Lot C: $32 each
  • Pier 30/32 and One Bryant: $28 each
Delivery Options

Choose from printed passes via pickup at will call or mobile only via the MLB Ballpark app.

Resale

The resale of parking passes via StubHub is no longer available.

Also Available: Spot Hero

SpotHero, the nation’s leading parking reservations app, is the best way to book parking ahead. Reserve parking throughout the neighborhood, including Oracle Park’s official parking lots (while supplies last).

Account credit cannot be applied to SpotHero reservations.

State and local health officials are actively monitoring the status of COVID-19 in our community and retain the authority to change or modify rules and regulations associated with large events.