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755 Hank Aaron Dr SE, Atlanta, GA | Directions 3031533.734708 -84.388391
Mon. - Fri. 9am - 5pm;Sat. - Sun. CLOSED
Neighborhoods: Intown South, Intown South, Summerhill
Best sports value in town – For my sports buck there's not a better ticket in town than the ol' Bravos. They give you at least 81 chances (hopefully more in October) to take in a game at the Ted. Ticket promotions are abundant and sellouts are rare these days. Depending on where you want to sit, you can pay as little as $1 to $70+ for a seat. The AYCE seats that include beer are a lot of fun if you are willing to drop some extra cash for a night out at the ballpark.
A little known fact: You may bring in your own food and non-alcoholic beverages in a soft cooler.
My recommendation. For optimal game-viewing the best seats in the house in my opinion are in the upper box section right above home plate. If you're going to move along the base lines, I'd go 3rd instead of 1st (the even sections). That way you get the nice view of the downtown skyline and the sun sets behind you instead of right in your eyes.
Best Baseball in the South, Awesome Weekends Specials, Tons of Parking – If you love baseball or just want to go out for a night with a group of friends for some great food in a lively atmosphere go to the 755 Club at Turner Field. This place is always rocking and has good food. Be aware that the prices will be pretty pricey since it is a baseball game but you will love the club's newly renovated interior flourished with HD-TV's and tapas like tables. Not to mention you wont miss a minute of the game since you can view it from inside or outside the club. And oh yeah! they have televisions in the bathrooms. Now, back to the baseball aspect of Turner Field. If you wanna head out and watch a game I suggest buying some lower-level tickets. You will not be let down, by the view or the service. If you get lower level tickets (dugout or a few aisle's left and right to the dugout) there is in seat service. The fun doesn't stop there; lets say you have kids but still want to catch a game. You can go to the game and check out the state of the art amusement park Tooner Field (from Cartoon Network) inside the stadium at no extra cost. If you are going to park at the game I suggest parking your car in one of Turner Field's lots. You can notice them easily, they say "Turner Field Parking." The reason I would park there and pay the $2 extra (most Turner lots are $12 while some "local" lots are $10-$12) is for safety and convince. They are safer since you have security guards monitoring the cars and they are closer to the stadium. I prefer parking in the Gold lot. I find it the easiest to get in and out of .
Plenty of good seats. – I had a great time watching the Red Sox sweep the Braves this past summer at Turner Field. Ticket prices were reasonable; I think that I spent more on concessions than I did for the tickets and I had great seats for all of the games. Turner is a nice traditional baseball park with modern amenities.
Posh confines--and a few very cheap seats--make the home of the Braves one of the majors' best ballparks. – In Short
Nicknamed "The Ted," the plush, classic stadium made just for baseball boasts one of the biggest hi-definition video screens in the majors, Braves museum and kids' entertainment areas. Other amenities include an enormous Coke bottle made of baseball paraphernalia and left-field misters for summer afternoons. A wide variety of food--from hot dogs to Skip and Pete's barbecue, named after the Braves legendary announcers--is available at slightly high prices. At 19-by-22 inches, the seats are downright roomy for a big-league park. There's no spectacle in Atlanta that equals 50,000 Braves fans chanting while raising red foam tomahawks in synchronicity. Games stretch on, though, and the center field bar--the Chophouse--is a bona fide meat market crammed with less-enthused spectators.
Ticket Prices – The site says that the ticket prices are between 5 -40 dollars. I have tickets tonight that were purchased from ticket master for $45 each. They also have 2 sections that sell for $1 each. So I would say the tickets are between $1 - $50 but hey it's the Braves and if you want to see the best up close you have to pay for it.
Fun under the lights! – What a great place to see people, baseball, and enjoy fun attractions! By far the best place in the Majors to watch a baseball game!
Not a bad seat in the house – You should take the MARTA bus shuttle to Turner Field just once, if for nothing more than the pleasant amusement of having a barbershop quartet sing "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" on your way over. Once there, you'll find a well planned ballpark--inside and out. The seats are wide and the facilities are clean. Whether you're on the lower level or the upper terrace, you'll have a nice view of the game.
All-American Fun – Add this to your summer to-do list. A Braves game is one of my favorite ways to spend an afternoon--and it doesn't have to be expensive. There are plenty of $5 and $8 seats that aren't bad. And you can always buy a $1 ticket right before the game and hang out in the bar that overlooks the outfield. The best food I've found at the stadium are the sausages and bratwurst sold at GrilleWorks (in the food court by the outfield).
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