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While the rest of the ticket-wielding masses watch the San Francisco Giants‘ home games from stadium seats, some literal high-rollers will be viewing the games this season from way up in Oracle Park’s brand new Cloud Club.
The new lounge, billed as “all-inclusive (and) extra-exclusive,” is situated on the park’s Suite Level. It’s flashy and sleek, with all the trappings of an ultra-VIP game day box, but that comes with a price tag of about $25,000 to $50,000 for the year — far more than the stadium’s other members-only hangout, the Gotham Club.
So what does the Cloud Club’s membership offer that regular fans can’t get in their standard-issue tickets? Currently, it’s not very clear. The sights aren’t necessarily any better than those in the View Level — just less windy — and thanks to myriad bar options, anyone can get a premium cocktail or a craft beer around the park these days.
What the club membership does offer is privacy, thanks to the enclosed nature of the lounge space, as well as access to other select non-baseball affairs, like concerts at Oracle and events on the Giants’ Enterprises’ yacht, the California Spirit.
Cloud Club members also don’t need to stay in the club to catch the game; that price includes premium seating closer to the action, in the Field Club or Club Level infield.
Head to the Giants’ site for mock-up images of the club.
This post was originally posted at https://www.sfgate.com/giants/article/Giants-to-debut-Cloud-Club-exclusive-13701364.php.