The Raiders have teamed up with two Bay Area transportation services providing easy and environmentally friendly transit to Raiders home games.
Capitol Corridor is offering Raiders fans a 25% discount on train rides to the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum during all day home games of the 2009 season. In addition, two kids age 15 and under can ride with an adult for half the price of a full adult fare. With up to 32 trains a day between Sacramento and the Bay Area, the Capitol Corridor offers an enjoyable family experience and makes travel simple.
The Raiders have also teamed up with ACE Train to offer two additional value-added packages for the 2009 season. The ACE Train 50 Package includes one Raiders game ticket to the Denver Broncos game on September 27, one round trip ticket on ACE Train, and one meal package valid at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum for only $50 in celebration of the 50th season of Raiders football.
The second package includes all elements listed above, as well as access to an exclusive tailgate experience at the Stockton ACE station before fans board the train for the Coliseum.
Both ACE packages provide fans transportation on a Raiders-themed ACE Train featuring appearances by Raider Legends, contests, and an enjoyable ride to the Oakland Coliseum.
"We consistently strive to develop new, creative programs to benefit our ticket buyers and we are thrilled that both the Capitol Corridor and ACE programs are environmentally conscious, economically beneficial options for our fans traveling to our games from the Central Valley and the Sierra Foothills," said Raiders CEO Amy Trask.