Scottsdale Stadium
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The Giants are always among the hottest tickets in town. Thanks to its downtown location, their Spring Training home, Scottsdale Stadium, is crammed with pre- and post-game activity options. Make sure to secure tickets before heading down to the game; scalpers typically get top dollar, especially on weekends.

Address: 7428 E. Osborn Road, Scottsdale. See it on a map.

Website: scottsdaleaz.gov/stadium

Parking: Public parking is available throughout downtown Scottsdale; or consider parking at a bar with shuttle service.

Tickets: $12-$48, available at sfgiants.com or 480-312-2580

Best place to sit: Spring the extra money for assigned seating in the lower section. Bleacher seating is brutal, especially during afternoon games—it’s squished and hot. Between bleacher and lawn, we’d choose lawn.

Concessions: Among the best in the Cactus League, it offers multiple beer, drink and food options.

Best Pre-Game/Post-Game Spots

Pre-game in downtown Socttsdale

 

Bars, restaurants and retailers are just a skip and a jump (or a pedicab ride) away from the stadium. There’s enough diversity to satisfy any taste.

Website: downtownscottsdale.com

Ride the rails

If you’re bringing the kids to the game, don’t skip McCormick-Stillman. $2 train rides and $1 carousel rides will have the kids going gaga.

Address: 7301 E. Indian Bend Road, Scottsdale
Website: therailroadpark.com

 

Relax in the plaza

The beautiful Scottsdale Civic Center Plaza features fountains, flower gardens, coves and numerous shops, bars and eateries along its walking paths.

Address: 7380 E. Second Street, Scottsdale.

 

Shop ’til you drop

The massive Scottsdale Fashion Square mall features retailers from Neiman-Marcus to Louis Vuitton, and multiple posh and upscale eateries.

Address: 7014 E. Camelback Road, Scottsdale
Website: fashionsquare.com

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