Where to Buy Cheap Baltimore Orioles Tickets

by Michael C. Upton  |  Updated August 27, 2021

Oriole Park at Camden Yards is more than a place for baseball, the downtown Baltimore attraction is a destination for those who love the sport and enjoy American nostalgia.

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The Baltimore Orioles play in Major League Baseball’s American League East division and are one of the League’s eight charter teams playing since 1901. The Orioles’ regularly host other division rivals like the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees. The Orioles have won three World Series championships (1966, 1970, 1983).

Known widely as Camden Yards or referred to as simply Oriole Park, the field and surrounding grounds are located a few blocks from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. The park became the official home of the Orioles on April 6, 1992. The first of a movement of retro baseball stadiums to be constructed in the U.S. in the 1990s and early 2000s, Camden Yards can host 45,971 fans with views of the game from standing room only spots to seats in luxury suites. Directly between the stadium and the refabricated B&O railway warehouse next door lies Eutaw Street, home to several shops and restaurants. Otherwise open for pedestrian traffic, Eutaw Street is open only for ticket holders on game day. Along Eutaw Street the Orioles organization has placed baseball-shaped bronze plaques on and around the street to mark the spot of home run shots.

Single Game Tickets

The MLB is powered by Ticketmaster. Connections for ticket buying from each team’s websites leads to Ticketmaster. Browsing for available tickets is easy either by a stadium map, which shows available tickets as highlighted dots, or by selecting a desired price range. Fans can search for single or multiple tickets to every game. After finding the perfect seat confirm the selection and the timed checkout process will begin. Select your country of purchase. Verify mobile ticketing—tickets go to your phone or an app. Some stadiums allow print-at-home or will-call options. Sign in or sign up for a Ticketmaster account by creating a username and password and entering a valid email. Register a cell phone number. Enter payment and confirm any financial institution security measures. Finalize and let the anticipation begin. Tickets can be accessed immediately online and through the app.

How much are Orioles tickets? Cost depends on how you want to view the game. The most affordable tickets at Oriole Park are located in the upper stadium, 300 level and start at $15 each. The most expensive regular seats, Club Box Seats, are located between first and third base and behind home plate and begin at $72 each. Fees charged by Ticketmaster include a scaling service fee per ticket and a one-time $4.00 order processing fee. Once games are sold out at Camden Yards fans are given the option of purchasing a standing room only ticket; the two SRO areas are located behind the outfield bullpens and above the scoreboard in right field.

Purchase Tickets

Using Digital Tickets

To use digital tickets visit the Ticketmaster website or mobile app. From the account pull down menu select My Tickets. Click on the event for further details. Once the event is selected ticketholders have the ability to view the ticket barcode. Ticketmaster recommends using the app. When viewed in the app, tickets are instantly saved to the phone. This is the best way to avoid delays if network connections are busy at the stadium.

Special and Group Tickets

Rates and options for special and group tickets are found on the official Baltimore Orioles website. Using Student Beans verification process gives 20% off the ticket purchase on select games throughout the season to students. The Oriole’s Kids Club includes exclusive Swag including a baseball cap plus a ticket voucher for four tickets to a select game. The O’s Unlimited offer provides a general admission ticket to every home game in August and September for just $40 per month. When it comes to suite packages, the organization offers single-game, 5-game, and party plans for 14 to 44 guests beginning at $1,000, which includes the use of a private bathroom, climate-controlled interior seating, wet bar, high-definition TVs, and more.

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Where to Park

General parking on gameday is available at Oriole Park in Lots F, G, and H and all lots open two hours prior to the first pitch. Ticketmaster provides the option of adding a parking pass to a ticket purchase as follows: Lot D Parking $15.00, Lot FGH Parking $10.00, Lot BC Parking $15.00, Lot BH Accessible Parking $15.00. Baltimore, like many other cities, provides public parking lots and garages for visitors; rates at these facilities differ depending on day (weekdays and weekends), length of stay, and proximity to special events. Additional and reduced cost parking options can be found via the SpotHero app.