All available tickets for 2007 All-Star Week events at AT&T Park in San Francisco, including Taco Bell®
All-Star Sunday (July 8) featuring the XM All-Star Futures Game and the Taco Bell All-Star Legends and
Celebrity Softball Game, Gatorade All-Star Workout Day, featuring the Home Run Derby (July 9), and the
78th All-Star Game (July 10), will be sold online through a random system to enable as many fans as possible
the chance to purchase tickets, it was announced today.
All-Star Week tickets will be available only through this online system and customers must purchase
tickets in strips, which include the same number of tickets for all ballpark events and DHL All-Star FanFest at
the Moscone West Convention Center. There is a limit of two strips per customer. If fans are unable to
purchase strips through the online lottery system, there are still tickets available for DHL All-Star FanFest
which are on sale now and can be purchased individually or in discounted family packages. Taco Bell All-
Star Sunday tickets are also on sale now and can be purchased on an individual basis.
Beginning at 10:00 a.m. (PDT) on Thursday, April 19th, fans can visit MLB.com, the official Web site of
Major League Baseball, sfgiants.com, allstargame.com or any of the other 29 Major League Club Web sites
to register for the chance to purchase tickets to the All-Star Week Events at AT&T Park. One entry per
person will be accepted. The deadline to register is 5:00 p.m. (PDT) on Thursday, May 25th. Winners will
be notified via e-mail no later than May 31st. A complete list of rules and procedures is available on
MLB.com and all Club Web sites.
Additionally, a limited number of wheelchair-accessible tickets are available for the ballpark events.
Winners who require a wheelchair-accessible ticket will have the ability to select an Accessible Seating
Request form during the winners purchase transaction. Instructions on how to make an Accessible Seating
request will be included in the winners' e-mail.
All Giants season ticket holders will be offered the opportunity to purchase tickets for All-Star Week
events at AT&T Park and DHL All-Star FanFest.
All-Star Week ticket price ranges, as established by Major League Baseball and the Giants, are as
follows: DHL All-Star FanFest - $22.00 for adults and $17.00 for children 12 and under, senior citizens
and military personnel, and children two and under are admitted free; Taco Bell All-Star Sunday - $30 -
$125 each; Gatorade All-Star Workout Day - $100 - $225 each; 78th Major League Baseball All-Star
Game - $150 - $285 each.
Net Proceeds from Gatorade All-Star Workout Day, expected to total up to $4 million, will be donated to
charitable efforts supported by Major League Baseball and the San Francisco Giants as part of the All-Star
Tickets for DHL All-Star FanFest are available for purchase via the Giants official Web site
(www.sfgiants.com) and the official All-Star Web site of Major League Baseball (www.allstargame.com). To
charge tickets by phone, call 1-888-FANFEST (326-3378). DHL All-Star FanFest tickets also are available for
purchase at the AT&T Park Box Office and all Giants Dugout stores. Tickets for DHL All-Star FanFest are
sold on a timed-entry basis, giving fans the ability to reserve the day and time of their choice. Major League
Baseball is offering several discount options, including discounts of $5 off each DHL All-Star FanFest ticket
purchased as part of a DHL FanFest Family Pack; these packs are sold in ticket denominations of four, five,
six and seven.
The 78th All-Star Game will be televised nationally by FOX Sports and televised around the world by
Major League Baseball International, with pre-game ceremonies beginning at 5:00 p.m. (PDT). ESPN Radio
will provide exclusive, national radio coverage in English and Spanish, while MLB.com will provide extensive
online coverage and MLB.com Radio will provide exclusive play-by-play coverage of the game on the
Complete information about all All-Star Week events and tickets is available online at the official All-Star
Web site of Major League Baseball (www.allstargame.com) and the San Francisco Giants (www.sfgiants.com).