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Can you bring food into White Sox stadium?

Can you bring food into White Sox stadium?

Guests are permitted to bring food items into the park provided they are in a clear plastic bag which will fit underneath their seat. No other bags are allowed into the ballpark. Exceptions will be made for medical bags, small clutch purses (under 9″x5″ in size) and diaper bags when infant is present.

Can you bring blankets to guaranteed rate field?

-Fans can bring select items that do not need to be searched, including baseball gloves, blankets and binoculars. -CDC-approved, hospital-grade cleaning supplies will be used throughout the ballpark.

What food can you bring into guaranteed rate field?

You may: Carry in food in a small, clear (see-through) plastic bag. Carry in one sealed plastic bottle of water, one liter or less in size, but no other beverages of any kind.

How early can you enter guaranteed rate field?

Gate Opening Times – Gates will open 90 minutes prior to first pitch before each game. “Contactless entry” procedures will still be in place, with all tickets being issued on mobile devices. Fans can use the MLB Ballpark, StubHub or Ticketmaster app for their tickets.

How much does White Sox parking cost?

The White Sox are jacking up parking prices for the playoffs. The price for parking already jumped from $20 to $30 this season, and parking is going up again to $45 beginning this Sunday when the White Sox take on the Houston Astros at Guaranteed Rate Field in game three of the best of five series.

Is it safe to go to a White Sox game?

No it’s not a safe place to explore. Plus, there really isn’t anyplace to explore. What you do is get off the red line, walk to the park with the crowds, game over, you walk back to the red line with the crowds.

Is Cash accepted at Guaranteed Rate Field?

All concession and retail areas throughout Guaranteed Rate Field are cashless. Fans who are holding cash and do not have credit cards can purchase White Sox gift cards at retail locations in their zones or at the Chicago Sports Depot.

Can you bring your own food to a baseball game?

You can bring in any food, and Milk, Juice, and Water. It just has to be in a soft container (no glass). Basically whatever you want just no outside booze.

Do I have to wear a mask at White Sox game?

Fans attending White Sox games will now be required to wear face masks in indoor sections of Guaranteed Rate Field.

Is parking free at White Sox games?

Driving to a White Sox Game Parking for free at Guaranteed Rate Field can be difficult, and may not be worth it. There is metered parking available on/near Halsted St. which is a main road west of the stadium.

Where do you park for White Sox?

Guaranteed Rate Field
Chicago White Sox/Arenas/Stadiums
Official White Sox parking is currently operated by Standard Parking, with both pre-paid parking passes and Day-of-Game options. For the 2021 season, Lot A, Lot B, and Lot C – located north of Guaranteed Rate Field – are reserved for pre-paid red and green parking pass holders.

Can you bring a blanket to a White Sox game?

Fans are permitted to bring in select essential items that do not need to be searched or carried in a bag, such as blankets or binoculars (not in a case), small umbrellas and baseball gloves.

What can I take to a White Sox game?

You can also take in sealed plastic bottles of water no more than 1 liter in size. Taking your own stuff from home is always a great way to save money at a White Sox game.

When do the White Sox play at Guaranteed Rate Field?

White Sox baseball is back at Guaranteed Rate Field this April, and the organization is committed to Playing It Safe at the ballpark in 2021. Under the guidance of Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the City of Chicago, we are thrilled to welcome baseball fans back to experience White Sox baseball at Guaranteed Rate Field.

Where can I buy White Sox gift cards?

Fans who are holding cash and do not have credit cards can purchase White Sox gift cards at retail locations in their zones or at the Chicago Sports Depot. CDC-approved, hospital-grade cleaning supplies and disinfecting protocols will set the new standard at Guaranteed Rate Field.

Who is the last known White Sox ticketholder?

Upon request, the White Sox will provide last known ticketholder information to city and state health officials and the last known ticketholder will likely be contacted as part of the government official contact tracing process. Standard physical distancing practices will be enforced throughout the ballpark.