Located 401 East Jefferson Street in Phoenix, Arizona, Chase Field has been home to the MLB’s Arizona Diamondbacks since the franchise was founded in 1998. And while the stadium has a max capacity of nearly 50,000 fans, that doesn’t mean parking needs to be a hassle.
The great news is there’s plenty of parking near Chase Field, and to make things even easier on you, we’ve brought together this handy guide on where to find parking, food, and fun at Chase Field.
Where to Park at Chase Field
Chase Field is pretty generous when it comes to its parking offerings, which is great news for you. To help make sense of all the options you’ll have, we break down where to park at Chase Field below.
Official Stadium Parking
Chase Field offers a number of official parking spaces with reasonable prices. Jefferson Street Garage and Jackson Street East are both uncovered, while Diamondback Right Field Garage and Diamondback Right Field Lot are both covered.
|Lot or Garage||Price|
|Jackson Street East||$15|
|Jefferson Street Garage||$24|
|Diamondback Right Field Lot||$22|
|Diamondback Right Field Garage||$11|
The garage just south of Chase Field on 4th Street offers accessible parking spaces on a first-come, first-served basis to vehicles with a valid disabled license plate or placard. Inside the garage you’ll also find accessible entryways. The spots can fill up fast though, so it makes sense to purchase a parking spot before game day.
Chase Field Parking Garages
If you’re looking to save a little bit of money, there are several unofficial parking garages and lots in the area surrounding Chase Field. You might have to walk a few blocks, but you’re almost guaranteed to save some serious cash.
|Chase Field Garage||401 South 4th Street||$20|
|Convention Center East Garage||601 East Washington Street||$12|
|OPUS at Collier Center||262 East Jefferson Street||$20|
|Chase Field Self Park Lot #2||811 East Jackson Street||$8|
|US Airways Center Facility||201 East Jefferson Street||$10|
|Appl Parking Lot||348 South Second Street||$10|
|Phoenix Convention Center – East Garage||601 East Washington Street||$12|
|Lincoln Lot||659 East Lincoln Street||$5|
Cheap Parking Near Chase Field
You usually won’t have trouble finding parking around Chase Field, and there are plenty of cheap options above. If you’re looking for a real deal, you can try to find super cheap and even free street parking in the surrounding area — though fair warning, you might have to walk a bit.
You can also park in one of Phoenix’s shopping malls and take public transport to the park. Your public transport options will vary depending on where you park, but you can always use the Valley Metro app to help you find the best route and plan your trip.
Public Transportation Options
If you want to avoid the parking problem entirely, you’ve got a number of public transportation options you can take advantage of, including:
- The D-backs Express is a hassle-free way to get to select Diamondbacks games. A luxury shuttle service, the Express will take you from the Foothills Mall in Tucson directly to Chase Field. For adults, a round-trip ticket is $25, while for kids it’s only $20.
- The Phoenix Metro Light Rail runs every 10 minutes (every 20 minutes on nights and weekends) and will drop you off right by the stadium from a variety of locations in the city. There are also a number of park-and-ride lots available in the Phoenix area.
Good Food at Chase Field
If you’re heading to an event at Chase Field, it’s good to have a game plan when it comes to what you’re going to eat, if only because there are so many excellent options. From classic ballpark treats like helmet nachos and bratwurst, to the All Day Breakfast Dog and basically everything at Gonzo’s Grill, you’re bound to find something delicious.
Stadium Food You Have to Try
Besides the standard stadium fare, Chase Field offers a number of unique food choices that you won’t want to miss.
- Ball Park Poppers: corn dogs drizzled with yellow cheese, hot sauce, and green onions.
- El Guero Canelo: a classic hot dog wrapped in bacon, with mayo and beans.
- Taste of Chase: a slice of crispy fried chicken served between two funnel cakes.
- Big Dawgs: cheeseburger hot dogs that come deep-fried to satisfy.
- The Churro Dog 2.0: a cinnamon-drenched churro covered by a glazed chocolate donut.
The Best Restaurants and Bars Near Chase Field
You won’t have any trouble finding a place to grab a bite or a drink around Chase Field, but to simplify the decision-making process, we’ve brought together a list of some of our favorite restaurants and bars in the area.
- Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails. A popular haunt in downtown Phoenix, Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails takes gastro-pub fare to the next level, with braised pork shank and homemade pastas.
- Kettle Black Kitchen & Pub. Ready for a Guinness? Check out Kettle Black Kitchen & Pub, where the beer’s fresh and the pan-seared scallops are to die for.
- The Arrogant Butcher. With a sunny patio, excellent entrees including their beef short rib stew, and an impressive raw bar, The Arrogant Butcher is a stellar place for a fancy dinner.
- Hanny’s. A department store turned into a bar and restaurant, Hanny’s is famous for its classic martini and specialty cocktails — though the food isn’t half bad either.
Fun at Chase Field
There’s plenty of fun for fans of all ages at Chase Field. Kids will love the Phoenix Children’s Hospital Sandlot on the Upper Concourse, which boasts batting cages, a play area, and other awesome age-appropriate activities. And don’t forget to check out the Rotunda Murals as you enter the stadium, which depict the history of sports going all the way back to ancient times.
Popular Games and Events
When it comes to Diamondback games, some match-ups are simply going to draw a bigger crowd. Expect Chase Field to fill up when the Diamondbacks are playing the Colorado Rockies, Atlanta Braves, Chicago Cubs, and Los Angeles Dodgers. Games against the Toronto Blue Jays, Tampa Bay Rays, Miami Marlins, and Detroit Tigers will usually be a little less crowded.
Besides baseball games, Chase Field hosts a wide variety of events, including the Cheez-It Bowl, Spring Training MLB Games, the AIA Spiritline State Championship, and popular music concerts. For a full list of events being held at Chase Field, check out SeatGeek’s event calendar.
Where to Buy Cheap Tickets
Like most MLB teams, the Diamondbacks offer tickets with a variable pricing model — the more in-demand a game is, the higher the prices are likely to be, and vice versa. That said, there are still some general tips that can help you save a few bucks.
We recommend checking out third-party sites like SeatGeek and StubHub to grab the cheapest tickets. These sites will let you compare prices from a wide variety of different ticket brokers, marketplaces, and other sellers, basically guaranteeing you’re getting the most bang for your buck.
If a game isn’t in high demand, you can also try to buy tickets at the last minute, when sellers will usually drop their prices a bit. For more popular games, though, you might not want to risk it.
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