Simply go for the food
Some people don’t care about sports... and that’s fine. If you happen to be one of those people, one thing you have in common with the hardcore sports fan is a love of food. Turner Field offers a wide variety of options... even a gluten-free concession stand, if you’re about that life. You can even get all-you-can-eat seats for anywhere ranging from $55-$80 (depending on the game) where you can indulge in as many hot dogs, burgers, and chicken tenders, and as much soda and draft beer that you want. Also, in honor of last year, the Braves are offering the Burgerizza which you can get at Taste of the Majors. It's a grilled 20oz all-beef patty, covered in cheddar cheese, crispy bacon, and served between two 8in pepperoni pizzas, all for $26. So, if you’re feeling brave... do that. Go here for a listing of more concession options.
Shell out for a private suite
Whether you want to show appreciation for your employees, have a reunion with your entire Braves-loving family, or show your friends how much money you make, look into getting a private suite for a single game. Suites have outdoor balcony seating, flat-screen televisions, private bathrooms, and concierge service.
Watch batting practice
Check out your favorite ballplayers practice their swing before every game. For 7:10pm games, the Braves hit from 4:25-5:40, and the visiting team from 5:40-6:20. For 7:35pm games, it’s the Braves from 4:40-6:05, and the visitors from 6:05-6:45. For games that are at 1:35pm, the Braves bat from 10:50-12:05, and visitors 12:05-12:45.
Get the Batting Practice Experience
For $55-$90 (depending on the game), you can get on-field access and watch practice from behind home plate. Batting practice experience doesn’t include a game ticket, so you’d have to purchase that as well, but it’s another great way to be down on the field. You can’t ask for autographs during this time, but you can take pictures. It begins three hours before first pitch and doesn't take place on Sunday games or afternoon day games.
Perfect your swing at the batting cages in Scouts Alley
You ever think that you could probably hit the ball as good as Aaron or Chipper Jones? Or throw heat like Glavine or Maddux? Well, stop thinking that. They’re legends. You can, however, see how you measure up by heading to Scouts Alley, where there are interactive games like Pro Batter and Pro Batter Jr, and speed pitch games called Throwing Heat and In Control. You’ll need to purchase tokens from the token booth, which go for $2 each.
Flash your military or college ID for a discount
To thank you for your service -- or if you need a study break -- half-off tickets are available for the Upper Box and Outfield Pavilion sections. The tix can range between $7 and $16 depending on the game.
Take a Turner Field tour
Taking a tour of Turner Field is awesome and highly recommended if you want to fully learn the history of the Braves and see things you normally wouldn’t. They are offered all year and start and end in the Braves Museum. Some of the stops are the broadcast booth, press box, and the dugout, with some other fun surprises along the way. Tickets are $17 for adults, $13 for kids aged 10-13, and $9 for younger children between 3pm and 9pm. During the season, tours run Monday-Saturday at 9am, 10:30am, 12pm, 1:30pm, and 3pm, and Sundays at 1pm and 2:30pm. Tours are not available on game days.