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Coca-Cola Field Buffalo Bisons

1 James D. Griffin Plaza, Buffalo, NY, 14203
    Coca-Cola Field is an outdoor baseball stadium located in Buffalo, New York. The ballpark is home to the Buffalo Bisons, the Triple-A affiliate of the New York Mets. The $42 million stadium opened in 1988 and has a seating capacity of 18,025.

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    • Coca-Cola Field
      1 James D. Griffin Plaza   Buffalo, NY 14203
      Call at (716) 846-2000

    Venue Details

    • 1988
    • Buffalo Bisons
    • Outdoor
    • Populous
    • Coca-Cola
    • Dunn Tire Park
    • No
    • Center Field
    • Yes
    • Natural Gras
    • 18025


    • 325ft
    • 371ft
    • 404ft
    • 367ft
    • 325ft
    • 12ft
    • 8ft
  • ATMs

    • Main Concourse Level
    • Guest Relations across from Section 111
    • First Base side near Section 114


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    • Standard Concessions

      • Throughout facility
      • $2.00 - $10.00
    • Guest Services

      • Outside Ticket office across from Section 111
      • -
    • Batters Box Gift Shop

      • 3rd Base side
      • -
    • The New Era Gift Shop

      • 1st Base side
      • -
  • Policies

    General Info

    • N
    • All items are subject to search
    • N

    Carry-In Restrictions

    • Permitted. Must be hand-held.
    • Prohibited
    • Prohibited
    • Permitted
    • Permitted. Must be small, packaged, single-serving items.

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    • I actually have never been to a Bisons game up until a friend invited me on a double date with her husband to check one out. I had NO IDEA the fun I was missing! (when it's a good game). Seriously, I missed have missed out on a good bit of my childhood since my parents are Russian and they never "took me out to the ball game." I've since been back on my own as a friend of mine wanted to celebrate her birthday by going to a ball game. It can get kind of chaotic in the lines coming in. Finding free parking isn't easy (we found some near CanalSide and walked 10 minutes). Tickets are only $10 and you can often times find them for free through various non-profits, Delta Sonic and other promotions going on. They have a $3 discount for seniors and veterans. Luckily, there's not a bad seat in the stadium. Food is iffy --- standard ball game food, but they did recently start selling craft beer which is nice. There is also "La Nova Pizza," which is cool, but they don't have any wings. Blue Cross & Blue Shield has a stand where they serve healthier food, such as veggie burgers, tuna sandwiches and etc. They never have a long line, but it's a nice touch for those that are seeking a healthy option. Don't miss out on the celery vs blue cheese vs buffalo wing races. Those are always a ton of fun. Tuesday night is "fan appreciation night" at the Bisons where they do giveaways (i.e. shoot T-shirts out of a cannon) after every inning and have a fireworks show at the end of the game. If you've never gone to a ball game in Buffalo, definitely consider checking it out before the season ends! --- Alex in Buffalo ---
    • Reviewed: 176 Days ago
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