The overnight package includes lower level seating to both the Friday night and Saturday afternoon games (Saturday game time is subject to change).
Your accommodations are at the Courtyard by Marriott San Francisco. (Having just done a site inspection of this hotel on Thanksgiving weekend, I can tell you it’s one of the nicer Courtyard properties I’ve ever been in.)The hotel is one of the closest to the stadium, a half mile flat walk to the entrance. You’ll have the option of walking or taking the coach to/ from the ballpark.
The schedule features a pre-game banquet on Friday at the Pine Tar Grill, owned in part by former Giants star Jack Clark. (Besides getting a great dinner, you’ll be surrounded by Giants memorabilia, and because Jack was known for his hitting, hundreds of baseball bats. Who knows, perhaps “Jack The Ripper” himself will make an appearance.)
On Saturday morning, sleep late, grab a Starbucks downstairs, then join us for a pregame brunch at 10am next door at the Red Dog Restaurant. Then it’s off to the park for a second Giants/Yankees affair. (Please note that lower deck tickets for the two games cost $260 due to very high demand – the Yankees. Every six years.)
The package includes those “like gold” tickets, dinner and brunch, transportation and accommodations. Depart Sacramento midday on Friday, return Saturday evening. We will not have single game packages for the Giants/Yankees.