West Coast Baseball Tour,Baseball Road Trip,Baseball Stadium Tours

WEST COAST SLAM: MAY 25-JUNE 2, 2019

8 nights, 4 Ballparks- AT&T Park, Safeco Field, Dodger Stadium, & Petco Park

BACK FOR 2019! This tour features the 4 most requested West Coast ballparks along with extra days to enjoy the sights and attractions in San Francisco, Seattle, Los Angeles, and San Diego. First class accommodations, premium seats, and a Big League Player Experience are included. Book now to hold your spot!

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TOUR ITINERARY:

  • Saturday, May 25- Guests arrive in San Francisco
  • Sunday, May 26- D'backs @ Giants, AT&T Park, San Francisco
  • Monday, May 27- Fly to Seattle, free day
  • Tuesday, May 28- Rangers @ Mariners, Safeco Field, Seattle
  • Wednesday, May 29- Fly to LA, free day
  • Thursday, May 30- Mets @ Dodgers, Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles
  • Friday, May 31- Travel to San Diego, free day
  • Saturday, June 1- Marlins @ Padres, Petco Park, San Diego
  • Sunday, June 2- Guests depart

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THIS TOUR INCLUDES:

  • Guaranteed premium seats to four (4) MLB games. Seat locations include lower level infield seats, club seats, or suites.
  • First class hotel accommodations for eight (8) nights (additional hotel nights available). Hotels will be near the ballpark or in the city center.
  • Big League Player Experience – Meet and greet with a former MLB player or MLB insider.
  • Group transportation to/from ballparks and between cities.
  • Free time to explore the Major League cities.
  • Big League Tours Host on site.
  • Big League Tours gift bag.
  • Pre-departure packet with complete tour details, credentials, and itineraries.
  • Behind the scenes ballpark tours as the schedule allows.

 

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Big League Tours' guests enjoying a pre-game tour at Dodger Stadium

PACKAGE PRICING: New call-to-action

Pricing is per person based on hotel room occupancy. All taxes included.

  Price per person
Single $4,995.00
Double $3,598.00
Triple $3,205.00
Quad $3,009.00

"The primary things that set Big League Tours trips apart from the others, in our opinion, were two-fold: 1) location and quality of the hotels, and 2) location of the game ticket seats."

Bob W. from Austin, TX

**Player appearances, schedules, pricing, and other details are subject to change.**