About Us

OnlineCityTickets.com is a leading provider of resale tickets in the secondary market specializing in concerts, theater, family shows, traveling Broadway, and sporting events. We offer tickets to events around the world and provide our customers with an outstanding customer service team, cutting edge technology, and low prices. OnlineCityTickets.com is a privately owned and operated company dealing almost exclusively in the online retail of resale tickets. Prices on our sites may be above or below face value and can change quickly with consumer demand. We are not affiliated with any primary website, venue, box office, or supplier.

OnlineCityTickets.com offers all of our customers a 100% Buyer Guarantee, which states that all tickets purchased will arrive prior to the event, be better than or equal to the tickets purchased, and be completely authentic and valid for entry. The majority of inventory sold on our sites can be instantly downloaded or emailed within minutes of purchase. We also offer various last minute services and are often able to give our customers access to events even after they’ve started.

We strive to make our customer experience the most outstanding in the industry. Please call (800) 854-2196 at any time with any questions or concerns. You may also email support@onlinecitytickets.com for any additional information.


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Inventory We are a resale marketplace, not a box office or venue. Ticket prices may exceed face value. This site is not owned by AT&T Park .
Guarantee 100% Buyer Guarantee. Tickets are authentic and will arrive before event.
24 Wills Mays Plaza
San Francisco, CA 94107, United States
AT&T Park
AT&T Park has been home to Major League Baseball's San Francisco Giants since opening March 31, 2000. The AT&T Park box office is located at 24 Willie Mays Plaza in the South Beach district of San Francisco, California. The ballpark was built for $357 million and has a seating capacity of 41,915. AT&T Park tickets have included the Emerald Bowl, US Men's Soccer Team, Cirque Du Soleil (outside the stadium), and Roger Waters. The venue has changed names a couple times in its brief history going from Pacific Bell Park, to SBC Park and now AT&T Park. The stadium has hosted the 2007 MLB All-Star Game and the World Series in 2002 and 2010. AT&T Park has many unique quirks like the site of McCovey Cove that is just beyond the right field wall and the Coca-Cola bottle and Glove beyond left field.

ATT.ParkSanFrancisco.com is a privately owned and operated website that focuses solely on all online sales in the secondary market. We are not associated with any primary supplier, official website, or box office. Ticket prices may be well above or below face value and can change quickly with the market conditions. To order tickets for all AT&T Park San Francisco events simply follow the steps online or pick up your phone and feel free to contact our operators.