Mar. 26, 2013; Scottsdale, AZ, USA; Fans watch the game between the San Francisco Giants and the San Diego Padres during the fifth inning at Scottsdale Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

San Francisco Giants Tickets - Five Most Expensive Spring Training Games

A year after winning the World Series, the San Francisco Giants experience a significant setback, finishing fourth in the NL West. The Giants will use their spring games in Scottsdale Stadium to prepare for a bounce back season. San Francisco Giants spring training tickets have an average price of $69.18, with their top five games of the spring all having an average price over $100.

3/15/14 vs Oakland A’s | Avg. Price $137.77 | Get-in Price $57

Despite being the most expensive game of the spring for the Giants, this will be a split squad game for the roster. Half of the players will be hosting their Bay Area rivals, while the other half will be taking on the Mariners in Peoria.

3/21/14 vs Oakland A’s | Avg. Price $134.47 | Get-in Price $44

When Oakland comes into Scottsdale six days later, they will see the full Giants roster. For fans, getting the chance to see all of the Giants players will comes at a lower average and get-in price.

3/14/14 vs Colorado Rockies | Avg. Price $131.89 | Get-in Price $38

Colorado was the only team to finish behind the Giants in the NL West in 2013. The Friday day game between the two division rivals in 90% above the average Giants spring ticket price.

3/16/14 vs Cleveland Indians | Avg. Price $116.49 | Get-in Price $39

Cleveland’s visit to Scottsdale has a decent drop in price from the Colorado game, but still features an average price above $100. Even with the drop, this game is the most expensive Sunday game on San Francisco’s spring schedule.

3/23/14 vs Kansas City Royals | Avg. Price $103.90 | Get-in Price $29

The average price drops again for the Royals game just a week later. The get-in price also decreases by $10 to see a team that could have the same amount of talent as the Indians in the AL Central this season.

The Giants will hope the direction in the spring will jump start a rebound season in 2014. If all goes well, the team will be leaving Scottsdale at the end of March with pieces set up to be contenders again in the National League.

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