The Oakland A's are desperate to ditch O.co Coliseum. Maybe it has something to do with the sewage problem. In the meantime, they want you to know you can get into a game for about the cost of a cup of coffee.
Tickets for the third game of the season against the Rangers on April 8 start at $4, plus a $1.75 convenience charge if you order online. The cheap seats are in the upper deck in the outfield corners, but if demand is low enough that they're selling tickets for spare change, you can probably find an empty seat in a better section.
That's not the only game with rock-bottom ticket prices, either. Tickets for the May 26 game against the Tigers start at $6 and parking is free. Even Billy Beane is willing to spend that much money.
- Dan Gartland