The infamous game from two weeks ago which is postponed on account of a flooded field will be rescheduled for Wednesday, May 7. The date, which has a 12:35 PM “businessperson’s special” already scheduled, will now be a regular doubleheader with a single admission for both games. The second game will start 30 minutes after the first. And there’s more. Read this Season Ticket holder release for the details:
April 4 Make-Up game now part of May 7 Doubleheader, apply ticket value to any future 2014 Regular Season Game
Complimentary Tickets Below For Seattle Series
The postponed Oakland A’s game originally scheduled for Friday, April 4 will be made-up on Wednesday, May 7 as part of a Doubleheader vs. the Seattle Mariners starting at 12:35 p.m. One ticket will be valid for admission to both A’s games on May 7. Tickets which have April 4 printed as the game date will not be valid for the Doubleheader.
The first game on the May 7 Doubleheader is scheduled for 12:35 p.m. (gates open at 11:05 a.m.). The second game is scheduled to be played approximately 30 minutes after the conclusion of the first game. Valid tickets to enter O.co Coliseum to either or both games on May 7 are tickets that are printed for May 7 at 12:35 p.m.
Fans attending the 12:35 p.m. game on May 7 will be able to attend the second game of the Doubleheader with the same ticket in the same seat. Tickets printed for May 7 will be the only tickets accepted for admission that day.
The paid value of your Season Tickets for the April 4 game will be automatically credited to your account in the coming days. To redeem your paid ticket credit from April 4 for a future 2014 regular season game, visit the A’s Ticket Services Office, or call Ticket Services at (510) 568-5600.
As a thank you to A’s Season Ticket Holders that were inconvenienced by the cancelled April 4 game the A’s are offering complimentary tickets to a game day during the May 5-7 series vs. the Seattle Mariners. The complimentary tickets can be used for May 5 at 7:05 p.m., May 6 at 7:05 p.m., or the doubleheader on May 7 starting at 12:35 p.m. Season Ticket Holders will receive four (4) complimentary tickets per account to one of the above mentioned games.
To access your My A’s Tickets account and redeem your complimentary tickets, please follow these steps:
- Visit My A’s Tickets online »
- Click on “My A’s Tickets” to get to the login screen.
- Login using your Season Ticket account number and password. If you do not know your password, please contact Ticket Services at (510) 568-5600. If you have used My Tickets in the past but have forgotten your password, please contact Ticket Services to have your password reset.
- Once you have logged in to My A’s Tickets, please click on the “Special Offers” tab in the upper middle of the page to access your May 5-7 complimentary ticket offer.
The deadline to redeem your Season Ticket Holder May 5-7 complimentary tickets is Wednesday, April 30 at 11:59 p.m. PT.
The important thing to remember is that the old tickets will need to be redeemed at the box office for new tickets for the doubleheader, even if you’re only going to only one game. I had April 4 on my schedule and put it on Stubhub, so whoever got my tickets now have an even better deal at their disposal. I’m in the process of switch this Sunday’s game for May 7, assuming that tickets are available.
“I’m in the process of switch this Sunday’s game for May 7, assuming that tickets are available.”
My money’s on tickets being available.
You know, I have to give it to Lacob, he and Guber just hate having the Warriors in Oakland, sell outs and all. At least he’s doing something about it though and not sitting on his hands.
I always knew he would move the team, more so after he got boooooed at Chris Mullin’s jersey retirement.
As the only Basketball team in the area, they could sell out in Brentwood.
NBA expansion team for Oakland anybody?
Well that should close the book on the Warriors. They’re SF bound barring a major disaster. So Coliseum city is down one of its anchor tenants.
Until they breakground on the SF arena, it’s not a done deal to me. Strange sh*t can go down, as we’ve all seen.
The Warriors, who sell out every game, are committed to getting out of Oakland, obviously. I’m referring to today’s SFGate report.
And Lacob wants to buy the A’s to move to HT….uh huh…..
Mission Bay should be much cheaper infrastructure costs, so it makes sense, although no nice view of the BB…
So…count the Ws as gone to SF. Ready for the 2017-18 season they say.
1 down, 2 left.
Also note RT’s retweet on Oakland’s pending fiscall pension crisis: http://www.contracostatimes.com/daniel-borenstein/ci_25594132/daniel-borenstein-city-auditor-warns-pensions-threaten-oaklands . Glad SJ started addressing this a few years back….
W’s and Lacob give the big FU to two birds (Midgets & Oakland) with one proverbial stone. Good for them.
re: Oakland’s pension shortfall threatens the city’s solvency, raising questions of whether it will have enough future assets to pay its debts…Oakland’s three major retirement plans are badly underfunded, with just over half the assets they should have. Ruby and the city administrator’s office place the total shortfall at $1.5 billion. In fact, it’s about $2.4 billion, equal to about eight years of base city payroll, excluding overtime.
…Somebody should make sure Selig reads this, in case he’s still praying for an Oakland miracle of a publicly funded ballpark…By looking for a 10-year lease extension, Wolff is giving MLB what it wants in keeping the A’s in their current territory. Unfortunately, it would be in the same sewage-spewing football stadium and not in a shiny new ballpark, continuing to make a total mockery of Selig’s “A’s cannot and will not stay in their current situation” statement.