Much like the New Deal, free refills, and ownership of the moon, baseball helped make America the great nation it is today. Salute our national pastime with today’s GrouponLive deal for one ticket to see the San Diego Padres take on the Chicago Cubs at PETCO Park. When you click "Buy," you'll be redirected to padres.com to complete your transaction. See below for more info on fees. Choose from the following seating options:
- For $10, you get one right-field lower-reserved ticket (a $21 value).
- For $22, you get one field-box ticket (a $45.50 value).
Choose from the following games:
- Monday, September 26, at 7:05 p.m.
- Tuesday, September 27, at 7:05 p.m.
- Wednesday, September 28, at 5:35 p.m.
Debuting months before the historic 1969 moon landing, the San Diego Padres have since enchanted fans with stellar hurls and homers that rocket into the clouds. Fans can catch the game from field-box or right-field lower-reserved seats at the last three games of the regular season, witnessing cunning base larceny and outfielders catching pop flies in butterfly nets. Center fielder Cameron Maybin has trampled more dirt than a cowboy whose boot is on fire, swiping 35 bases while maintaining a .271 batting average after 468 at-bats. Mat Latos has perched atop the pitching stats, where his massive wings have fanned 159 batters over 171.2 innings pitched.
Holding up to 42,445 fans, PETCO Park generates thunderous applause when the Padres score and massive gales if everyone sneezes at once. A natural-grass surface keeps the field cool on hot days, preventing it from hurling earthworms at the outfielders.
Note on fees: Some additional fees will apply upon purchase.
San Diego Padres
Since sprouting to existence in 1969, the Padres have rallied West Coast baseball fans with two National League pennants—most recently in 1998—and several Hall of Fame players, including base-hit machine Tony Gwynn. For 33 years, the club shared Qualcomm Stadium's turf with the San Diego Chargers; in 2004, the gates to Petco Park swung open. A celebration of the region's natural surroundings and cultural diversity, Petco Park enhances ballgames with views of the San Diego skyline and the reutilized façade of the Western Metal Supply Company building in the left-field corner, which faces the audience and houses a souvenir shop, a restaurant, and party suites. The stadium's right-centerfield area features "Park at the Park" seating—a grassy slope that rises above outfield walls, letting fans sprawl out and watch games for a reduced price.