The 12th Annual Fred Biletnikoff Hall of Fame Invitational golf tournament is set for May 2 at the Ruby Hill Golf Club in Pleasanton, Calif.
According to the Biletnikoff Foundation, “This celebrity charity invitational raises needed funds for the Biletnikoff Foundation and its support for teens in crisis throughout California to overcome their struggles with substance abuse, human trafficking and domestic violence.”
The following guide is meant to answer frequently asked questions. If you have a question regarding a particular topic, click below to search for the answer. Topics are listed in alphabetical order. If this guide does not answer your question, call us directly at 1-800-RAIDERS for assistance, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Oakland Raiders
Training Facility and Primary Office: 1220 Harbor Bay Parkway, Alameda, CA 94502
O.co Coliseum: 7000 Coliseum Way, Oakland, CA 94621
Primary Office: (510) 864-5000
Ticket Office: 1-800-RAIDERS (724-3377)
The Raider Image: 1-800-RAIDERS (724-3377)
AEG provides complete facility management and maintenance for the O.co Coliseum. AEG staff is available on game day to address facility-related issues. Please contact any O.co Coliseum employee for assistance or call (510) 569-2121.
The only animals allowed in the O.co Coliseum are certified service animals. Service animals in training will not be permitted to enter the O.co Coliseum unless they are authorized in advance by The Oakland Raiders.
Amplification devices for guests with hearing impairments are available at the First Aid Office in section 109.
ATMs are located throughout the O.co Coliseum in the following locations:
AAA Automobile Club will be available every game to assist all guests with car problems. Guests should go to either the north or south flag pole outside the O.co Coliseum to meet AAA. Please keep in mind that there is one truck on the premises, and that if it leaves with the property from another car, it will not return. Guests do not have to be AAA members as there is no charge for the AAA services that do not require towing. Bike Patrol officers are available for assisting guests in contacting AAA.
The Oakland Raiders do not sell tickets to games played on the road. Contact the host club and venue directly for ticket availability, or check NFL Ticket Exchange for availability. Please note prices may exceed face value on NFL Ticket Exchange and that The Oakland Raiders are not responsible for tickets sold to any games at other NFL stadiums. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the NFL Ticket Exchange program please either call 1-888-NFL-5944 (1-888-635-5944) or email your concern to email@example.com.
|AFC||Ticket Office Phone Numbers||NFC||Ticket Office Phone Numbers|
|Baltimore Ravens||(410) 261-7283||Atlanta Falcons||(404) 223-8000|
|Buffalo Bills||(716) 649-0015||Arizona Cardinals||(602) 379-0102|
|Cincinnati Bengals||(513) 621-8383||Carolina Panthers||(704) 358-7800|
|Cleveland Browns||(440) 891-5050||Chicago Bears||(847) 615-2327|
|Denver Broncos||(720) 258-3333||Dallas Cowboys||(214) 953-1500|
|Houston Texans||(877) 635-2002||Detroit Lions||(313) 262-2003|
|Indianapolis Colts||(317) 299-4946||Green Bay Packers||(920) 496-5719|
|Jacksonville Jaguars||(877) 452-4784||Minnesota Vikings||(612) 338-4537|
|Kansas City Chiefs||(816) 920-9400||New Orleans Saints||(504) 731-1700|
|Miami Dolphins||(888) 346-7849||New York Giants||(201) 935-8222|
|New England Patriots||(800) 543-1776||Philadelphia Eagles||(215) 463-5500|
|New York Jets||(800) 469-5387||San Francisco 49ers||(415) 464-9377|
|Oakland Raiders||(510) 864-5000||St. Louis Rams||(314) 425-8830|
|Pittsburgh Steelers||(412) 323-1200||Seattle Seahawks||(206) 682-2800|
|San Diego Chargers||(619) 280-2121||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||(813) 879-2827|
|Tennessee Titans||(615) 565-4200||Washington Redskins||(301) 276-6050|
To provide a safer environment for the public and significantly expedite fan entry into stadiums, NFL teams will implement an NFL policy that limits the size and type of bags that may be brought into stadiums. To read the NFL policy, click here.
The NFL strongly encourages fans to not bring any type of bags. Beginning with preseason games, fans will be able to carry the following style and size bag, package, or container at stadium plaza areas, stadium gates, or when approaching queue lines of fans awaiting entry into the stadium:
Prohibited items include, but are not limited to: purses larger than a clutch bag, coolers, briefcases, backpacks, fanny packs, cinch bags, seat cushions, luggage of any kind, computer bags and camera bags or any bag larger than the permissible size.
Fans will continue to be able to enjoy their tailgate activities in the parking lots and to do so with greater safety and the knowledge that their entry into the stadium will be smoother and faster. They also will continue to be able to carry items allowed into the stadium, such as binoculars, cameras, and smart phones.
To learn more about the latest news regarding the new bag policy, visit nfl.com/allclear.
Management reserves the right to remove any signs or banners at any time. Signs and banners may be hung during Oakland Raiders games as long as:
Access to the O.co Coliseum via BART is available by exiting at the Coliseum/Airport BART Station from the Fremont/Richmond line or Fremont/Daly City line. To get to O.co Coliseum from the BART Station, cross the bridge connecting the BART Station to the East Side of the O.co Coliseum. For more information and an exact train schedule, BART can be contacted at (510) 464-6000 or online at www.bart.gov.
Both here and abroad, Oakland Raiders fans are the greatest in the world! For information on forming a club of your own in an area that isn't currently covered by a club, send a written request to:
Attn: Morris Bradshaw
Raiders Booster Clubs
The Oakland Raiders
1220 Harbor Bay Parkway
Alameda, CA 94502
Silver and Black Productions, the two-time Emmy® Award winning in-house television production operation provides viewers with innovative, cutting edge and behind-the-scenes content devoted solely to The Oakland Raiders. All shows air in the Bay Area as well as in additional television outlets throughout California and Hawaii. These shows feature the personalities that make up the NFL's most dynamic organization.
The Silver and Black Show as well as The Raiders Report are produced in high-definition by the Raiders own Silver and Black Productions, located within the Raiders 100,000 square foot Alameda facility. The shows originate from the state-of-the-art production facility located within the Raiders 100,000-square foot Alameda facility. Archived episodes can be found online in the Raiders.com Media Vault.
Raiders Preseason TV
Information for the Raiders preseason TV line-up will be announced as soon as it is available.
The Silver and Black Show
The Silver and Black Show consists of an in-depth, comprehensive, week-by-week analysis of the Raiders throughout the 2016 NFL season. The show also offers a retrospective look at the previous week's game and a breakdown of the upcoming contest by identifying key matchups. Weekly in-studio coach and player interviews are supplemented by features on players past and present profiling the Silver and Black. In their second decade together, hosts Nicole Zaloumis and Jim Plunkett work together to bring the viewer up to date information with everything Oakland Raiders.
The Raiders Report
In 2016, The Raiders Report returns to bring the viewer an exclusive look at the organization and its parts through the lenses of Silver and Black productions. This specialized program combines news and entertainment through longer, in-depth pieces featuring the Team of the Decades. From the field to community, The Raiders Report expertly tells the Oakland Raiders' story.
Raiders Postgame Live
Comcast SportsNet California is the proud home of Oakland Raiders post-game live show. Immediately following every Raiders game, Raiders Postgame Live is the destination for the Raider Nation, with comprehensive one-hour coverage featuring game analysis, locker room interviews, plus Head Coach Jack Del Rio's press conference in its entirety. The reporting for Raiders Postgame Live will be anchored from the network's new state-of-the-art studio, 24-hour newsroom and HD production facilities in San Francisco, as well as a reporter from the site of the game.
Raiders Press Conference Live
Comcast SportsNet California's Raiders Press Conference Live returns for the 10th season. Raiders Press Conference Live broadcasts the head coach's weekly press conference from the Oakland Raiders permanent practice facility in Alameda. News, notes, highlights and a statistical breakdown of the team help to supplement this program.
Radio: 95.7 The GAME (KGMZ-FM), Long-time Oakland Raiders play by play man Greg Papa and former Oakland Raiders Head Coach Tom Flores, and former offensive lineman Lincoln Kennedy bring you the best in Oakland Raiders football throughout the season.
AC Transit buses that drop off at the Coliseum BART Station are bus numbers 45, 46, 49, 56, 58, and 98. AC Transit can be contacted at (510) 891-4700.
Hand-held binoculars and small still cameras with lenses less than 6" in length are permitted in the O.co Coliseum. Video and movie cameras are not permitted in the O.co Coliseum without the user holding proper media credentials. Photos cannot be used for any commercial purpose. Camera Bags and Binocular cases are not permitted inside of O.co Coliseum. Click here to see the NFL Bag Policy for more information.
Hop aboard the Capitol Corridor for a comfortable and convenient ride straight to the O.co Coliseum on game days. With up to 32 daily trains between Sacramento and Oakland, and direct service to San Jose, it's easy to find one that fits your schedule.
Click here for a list and map of Capitol Corridor stations near you, or call 1-877-9-RIDECC and refer to code: V587 for 25% discount on travel to Raiders home games - visit us by clicking here.
"See Bag Policy"
Children 24 months of age and under do not need a ticket to enter the O.co Coliseum, provided that they are seated on a parent's or guardian's lap and not interfere with the sightlines of others. Children must have a ticket to receive a promotional item.
The O.co Coliseum Coliseum Box Office is located northwest of the O.co Coliseum concourse, next to gate D, and can be used by the general public to purchase single game tickets on game days if any are available.
Current O.co Coliseum Box Office hours of operation:
Monday - Friday: 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
(Closed Sundays and Holidays unless there is a scheduled event.)
Click here for the most up-to-date O.co Coliseum Box Office information.
The Oakland Raiders Community Relations Department handles all requests for donations, auction items, and speakers. To request a donation from The Oakland Raiders, please click here.
Premium food and beverage services are offered in the West Side Club, East Side Club, Suites, and in all premium seating areas. Traditional stadium concessions are also offered throughout the O.co Coliseum. Specialty items such as BBQ, popcorn chicken, pizza, and garlic fries can also be found at specific concession stands.
There are two concierge desks to accommodate our Suite and Club Seat Members. One is located near the West Side Club entrance, directly behind section 217. The other is located in the East Side Club, directly behind section 242. All Suite Holders should check-in with the Concierge Desk for access to their suite.
Pledge to be a designated driver at any Oakland Raiders home game by signing up at a designated driver booth and you will also receive a complimentary non-alcoholic beverage coupon redeemable at the game.
Official rules are available at the designated driver booths.
Designated driver booths are located at any of the guest services booths at gates A, B, C, and D. Fans will also have the ability to sign-up at the guest services booths located on the BART Plaza and directly outside the West Side Club Entrance.
Thank you for joining The Oakland Raiders in creating the best fan-friendly environment in the NFL.
100 Level concourse: 107, 112, 122, 127, 135, 139, 140, 145, 146, 148.
200 Level concourse: 208, 210, 219, 224, 226, 246.
300 Level concourse: 315, 319.
100 Level concourse: 103, 110, 124, 131, 138, 139, 146.
200 Level concourse: 206, 210, 220, 224, 228, 246.
300 Level concourse: 314.
7000 Coliseum Way
Oakland, CA 94621
Administrative Phone: (510) 569-2121
For day of game assistance or questions regarding disability services at the O.co Coliseum, please ask a Guest Services staff member for assistance or visit the Oracle Arena Box Office. If you have additional ADA questions, contact AEG officials directly by calling (510) 569-2121.
If you are interested in purchasing ADA seats to a specific Oakland Raiders home game, please call (510) 780-3207. If you would like to purchase Season Tickets and require an ADA location, please call (510) 780-3207 to speak with a Ticket Sales Representative.
Drinking fountains are located in the following locations:
The Oakland Raiders donate tickets to many worthy causes throughout the year. Call 1-800-RAIDERS to learn more about how you can request a ticket donation, or how you can donate your unused game tickets. Click here to view the donation request guidelines.
Season Ticket Members may use their My Raiders Account to donate tickets they are unable to use. The deadline to donate tickets is 5:00 p.m. on the Monday prior to any home game.
The Oakland Raiders, the NFL, AEG or O.co Coliseum management, in their sole discretion, may refuse admission to or eject any ticket holder who is disorderly, uses vulgar or abusive language, throws objects, fights, impairs others' ability to enjoy the game, attempts to enter the playing field or who fails to comply with any O.co Coliseum policies or the terms printed on the reverse side of any admission ticket without any refund.
Additionally, when appropriate, revocation of season ticket privileges or arrest by law enforcement authorities will occur. By using any admission ticket and entering the O.co Coliseum, ticket holder expressly agrees to the terms and conditions printed on the reverse side of the ticket.
Please note that unauthorized sales activities of any kind are strictly prohibited within the O.co Coliseum. Failure to comply will result in ejection.
West Side of the O.co Coliseum: Three elevators allow guests with disabilities access to the club concourse. These elevators are accessed via the Plaza Club entrance, across from the ORACLE arena.
East Side of the O.co Coliseum: Three elevators allow guests with disabilities access to all levels of the East Side structure, including the Plaza Suites, Plaza Reserved, East Side Club Suites and East Side Loge Suites. These elevators are accessed via the 100 Level concourse at section 143, via the BART Plaza.
Field Level Section: An elevator allowing access to the Field Level wheelchair accessible seats in row 20 is located in the right field corner at section 101, inside gate B. A Guest Services Team Member is staffed at this location to assist guests. This elevator takes guests from the 100 Level concourse to the lower cross aisle between rows 20 and 21 of the Field Level sections.
In case of an emergency please notify the nearest usher or security guard, or visit the West Side Customer Accommodations Office. To contact someone at O.co Coliseum in case of an emergency on game day, please call the AEG Office at (510) 569-2121.
To report any conduct concerns on gameday, text your message and location to (510) 500-8787. Stadium Personnell will confirm your message and respond as appropriate.
Should there be an immediate need to evacuate the O.co Coliseum; fans will be given instructions via the public address system. It is recommended that you familiarize yourself with the two exits nearest to your seats.
The O.co Coliseum does not permit guests who have exited the O.co Coliseum to re-enter. Once a guest has exited the facility, their ticket will not be valid for entry again.
Help us create the most fan-friendly environment in the NFL.
We want all fans to enjoy the action and excitement of Oakland Raiders football. We expect all who enter the O.co Coliseum and surrounding parking lots to adhere to this Code. Failure to follow this Code may result in ejection from the O.co Coliseum, revocation of ticket privileges, and/or arrest. Although Season Ticket Members may provide their tickets to others, the account holder of record is responsible for the actions of those using their tickets.
The O.co Coliseum parking lot will close to the following activities immediately after kick off:
• Consumption or preparation of food or beverages
• Use of televisions, computers or other devices to view or project broadcasts or video of any kind
Those participating in these activities are subject to ejection from the parking lot, revocation of game tickets, citation and/or arrest for trespassing.
The following actions are prohibited:
Guests who are found in violation of the Code of Conduct may be required to take a four hour online Fan Conduct course in order to re-enter the O.co Coliseum for future games. Total cost of the online course is $250.
To report any conduct concerns on gameday, text your message and location to (510) 500-8787. Stadium Personnel will confirm your message and respond as appropriate.
*Standard text messaging rates apply
First Aid offices are located at the following locations:
If there is a medical emergency, please notify an O.co Coliseum employee so they can contact the on-site medical team.
Premium food and beverage services are offered in the West Side Club, East Side Club, Suites, and in all premium seating areas. Traditional stadium concessions are also offered throughout O.co Coliseum. Specialty items such as BBQ, popcorn chicken, pizza, and garlic fries can also be found at specific concession stands.
If any single game tickets are available, tickets will be sold to the general public at two conveniently located O.co Coliseum Box Office locations at Gate C and Gate D.
Groups of 20 or more can purchase tickets to individual games throughout the season directly from The Oakland Raiders. Call 1-800-RAIDERS today to speak with an Oakland Raiders Ticket Sales Representative about securing Group Tickets.
The Hall of Fame Suite is a party suite that seats up to 96 guests. Drink tickets and a full food buffet are complimentary with the purchase of each ticket. This suite is located near the north end zone. Parking passes may also be included, depending on the number of tickets purchased. This is a perfect investment for those who cannot fill an entire Suite but have the desire to entertain.
The Junior Raiderettes program provides young fans an opportunity to interact and perform with Football's Fabulous Females. Every year, aspiring Raiderettes between the ages 7-15 learn routines, make friends, create memories, and perform with their Raiderette idols.
See "Raider Rookie Zone" below.
Laser pointers and similar items are prohibited. Anyone who is observed using a laser pointer will be ejected from the O.co Coliseum and the device will be confiscated. Any confiscated laser pointer may be turned over to law enforcement and will not be returned.
Line-up for early arriving vehicles will begin 7 hours prior to kickoff for all lots and all gates. Overnight parking is prohibited by law.
Tickets should be secured in a safe place at all times. If you are a current Season Ticket Member and your tickets are lost or left at home, tickets can be reprinted pursuant to the following guidelines:
Found items are taken to the O.co Coliseum Security Offices at section 126 (West Side) and section 148 (East Side) as soon as possible. Items are immediately logged and kept there until the crowd has completely exited the O.co Coliseum after each game. AEG building management (located on the Plaza Level next to the ORACLE Arena Box Office) handles all unclaimed items beginning the next business day. AEG can be reached at (510) 383-4660, Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. PST. Items not claimed within a reasonable amount of time will be turned over to law enforcement or donated to charity.
Official Oakland Raiders merchandise is available on game day at the following O.co Coliseum locations:
There are four walk-in stores; an external store at gate C, an external store at gate D, an indoor store at section 105, and an indoor store at section 129.
Please note that store locations within the O.co Coliseum are not affiliated with the Raider Image.
Noise makers are prohibited inside the O.co Coliseum for any Oakland Raiders home game. Noise makers include cowbells, air horns, drums, and all items that serve as a distraction to game play or fans.
Click here to view municipal code related to stadium behavior:
Manage your tickets online at www.raiders.com/myaccount
Help make the O.co Coliseum and parking lots an enjoyable environment for all fans, guests and tailgaters by observing these guidelines:
ADA & Accessible Parking
All patrons are subject to search. Bags that fit into boxes (12" x 6" x 12") located at each gate are acceptable; however, all items brought into the O.co Coliseum are subject to search. Refusal of any guest cooperation will result in non-admittance into the O.co Coliseum. Management is not responsible for items left behind at the gate or items lost, stolen or damaged.
Please familiarize yourself with the 2013 NFL Bag Policy. Click here to learn more.
Picnic tables are available on the West Side 300 Level concourse of the O.co Coliseum. The picnic tables are available to all patrons to enjoy.
Press with passes enter the O.co Coliseum through the North Pass gate, located in lot F. Press passes can be picked up at Will Call located on the Plaza. Press who pick up passes at Will Call may also enter at the Plaza Entry
All patrons are subject to search. Bags that fit into boxes (12" x 6" x 12) located at each gate are acceptable; however, all items brought into the Coliseum are subject to search. Refusal of any guest cooperation will result in non-admittance into the Coliseum. Management is not responsible for items left behind at the gate or items lost, stolen or damaged. An exception will be made for medically necessary items after proper inspection at a gate designated for this purpose.
There are multiple public transportation options available to fans traveling to the O.co Coliseum.
KGMZ-FM 95.7 (The GAME) is the flagship radio station for the Silver and Black. Join long-time Oakland Raiders play by play man Greg Papa and former Oakland Raiders Head Coach Tom Flores as they bring you the best in Oakland Raiders football throughout the season. Oakland Raiders games can also be heard in Spanish on KVVZ 105.7FM (San Francisco) and KVVF 100.7FM (San Jose). Click here for a full list of radio listings.
Please see the Raiderettes webpage for all details related to Football's Fabulous Females.
Oakland Raiders merchandise is also available on game day at locations throughout the O.co Coliseum (see merchandise).
On game day, The Oakland Raiders host an interactive area allowing young fans to participate in a variety of family focused activities. The Raider Rookie Zone is located on the East Side of the O.co Coliseum at the North entrance to the East Side Club behind section 234.
Multiple ramps located throughout the O.co Coliseum provide access to various levels.
All sales are final, including but not limited to Season Tickets, Half Season Plans, Group Tickets, Single Game Tickets and Deposits.
Women's Restroom locations within the O.co Coliseum:
Men's Restroom locations within the O.co Coliseum:
See “Parking” above.
Click here to view 2016 opponents.
The resale of tickets on O.co Coliseum grounds is prohibited and may result in the loss of ticket privileges and/or prosecution to the fullest extent of the law.
Season Tickets are available in a number of locations and price ranges. Call 1-800-RAIDERS to speak with an Oakland Raiders Ticket Sales Representative about securing Season Tickets.
O.co Security Offices are located at section 148 (gate D) and at section 127 (gate B) on the 100 Level concourse. Offices open 30 minutes prior to Coliseum gate openings and remain open for one hour after the game ends.
In our commitment to providing fans a game day environment that is safe and enjoyable The Oakland Raiders are currently working on new technology that will allow you to easily and anonymously "text" any game day issue to the security command center. The appropriate O.co Coliseum personnel will be immediately dispatched to your location to resolve the concern.
To report any conduct concerns on gameday, text your message and location to (510) 500-8787. Stadium Personnel will confirm your message and respond as appropriate. Contact our Ticket Service Department at 1-800-RAIDERS to report concerns and share additional feedback.
*Standard text messaging rates apply.
Smoking anywhere in the O.co Coliseum is prohibited by the Oakland Municipal code. This includes the use of electronic cigarettes and vaporizers.
Designed by: the architectural firm of Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill.
General contractor: Guy F. Atkinson Company.
Groundbreaking: April 15, 1964.
Renovations: started October of 1995; completed September 1996.
First Event: Raiders vs. Kansas City Chiefs on September 18, 1966.
Parking: 9,600 car and 300 bus parking spots.
Seating for Football: 53,252
Suites: 143 plus the Hall of Fame Suite.
The Oakland Raiders strive to provide all fans with an enjoyable game day experience. If any expectations are not met, The Oakland Raiders want to know. Please contact your Client Services Representative at 1-800-RAIDERS following any Oakland Raiders home game to report O.co Coliseum maintenance concerns. Although the Oakland Raiders do not control O.co Coliseum maintenance, the Oakland Raiders will work with O.co Coliseum management and make every effort to have your issue resolved by the next Oakland Raiders home game.
See “Parking” above for tailgate regulations
RAIDERS TELEVISION NETWORK
KTVU/KICU (Bay Area): Fox
KCRA (Sacramento): NBC
KTLA (Los Angeles): CW
KGPE (Fresno): CBS
KBFX/KBAK (Bakersfield): CBS & FOX
KFVE (Hawaii): MyNetwork TV
Comcast SportsNet California
GuestAssist is a text messaging system available to all fans in attendance at Oakland Raiders home games. Fans can now report game day issues or concerns, as well as call for assistance, in a fast and convenient way with their mobile device.
To report any conduct concerns on gameday, text your message and location to (510) 500-8787. Stadium Personnel will confirm your message and respond as appropriate. To contact our office and report concerns and share your feedback, please call our Ticket Service Department at 1-800-RAIDERS.
*Standard text messaging rates apply.
The NFL Ticket Exchange is the safest, most secure place to sell your Oakland Raiders tickets to other fans and buy additional Oakland Raiders tickets from other fans. With NFL Ticket Exchange, each ticket originating from a Season Ticket Member can be tracked by the Oakland Raiders Ticket Office to ensure the best possible customer experience and security. Please note that prices may exceed face value on the NFL Ticket Exchange.
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For customer service questions, please contact NFL Ticket Exchange directly at 1-888-NFL-5944 (1-888-635-5944), or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Review a listing of the most common questions about the NFL Ticket Exchange:
NFL Ticket Exchange Season tutorial:
Ticket forwarding allows Season Ticket Members to email their tickets to friends, family or clients if they can't attend a game. Simply log in to My Raiders Account and select the ticket or group of tickets you wish to send, enter the recipient's information and select "Forward." This technology is complimentary to Season Ticket Members.
If you are interested in Season, Group, or Suite Tickets, call 1-800-RAIDERS and a Ticket Sales Representative will help find the perfect option for you. Our professional representatives will help you find the seats that meet your needs and fit within your budget. New accounts are allowed to purchase a maximum of 4 Season Tickets. Existing Season Ticket Members can add up to a maximum of 6 seats.
All sales are final.
We do not allow Season Tickets to be transferred to a different account. New Season Tickets can be purchased by calling 1-800-RAIDERS.
The Season Ticket Services Office is located next to will call at the Arena Box Office.
Individual game tickets can be purchased through Ticketmaster at Ticketmaster.com or by calling (510) 625-8497. If you encounter problems, or you lose your Ticketmaster tickets, please contact Ticketmaster directly or go to the box office for assistance on game day.
Will Call is located at the ORACLE Arena Box Office, opening five hours prior to kickoff and closing at the end of halftime.
Guests must show photo identification at Will Call in order to pick up tickets. The name on the photo identification must match the name under which the tickets are left for Will Call to release the tickets. Will Call is the only place a guest may leave tickets to be picked up by another guest.
If you are not the person whose name the tickets are left under, you must have a copy of that person's photo identification with a note stating that they release the tickets to you for the game, with their signature. For any further ticket information, please contact The Oakland Raiders Ticket Office at 1-800-RAIDERS. (See VIP Will Call for suite tickets)