Colorado Rockies’ Game Day Guide: Things To Know Before Heading To Coors Field

Written By Aleeyah Jadavji on 04/03/2023
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The Colorado Rockies’ home opener is April 6 at 2:10 p.m. against the Washington Nationals. The Rockies finished the 2022 season in the cellar of the National League West Division with just 68 wins. Expectations are high that the Rockies will come out swinging this season.

The young team comes into the 2023 season led again by manager Bud Black. The additions of Kris Bryant and Ezequiel Tovar, combined with veterans Ryan McMahon and Brendan Rodgers, hope to get this team off on the right foot.

Here’s a Rockies’ game day guide of everything you need to know to enjoy games at Coors Field this year.

Wagering on the Colorado Rockies this season

While there’s no sportsbook at Coors Field, Colorado online sports betting allows fans to make bets while taking in a game in Denver. Sports betting has been legal in Colorado since May 1, 2020, with many options to place bets both in person and online. There are currently 25 mobile sportsbooks, and most of the 18 casinos in Colorado have sportsbooks.

Some of the types of bets you can place on MLB teams and games include:

  • Moneyline
  • Regular season totals
  • Playoff and World Series bets
  • Prop bets
  • Live betting
  • Futures

According to, the top three sportsbooks in the state are Colorado DraftKings, Colorado Caesars Sportsbook and Colordo BetMGM.

If you prefer to place bets in person, there are plenty of casinos spread out among three major areas in Black Hawk, Central City and Cripple Creek. The more popular casinos include Ameristar Casino Black Hawk, Monarch Casino Resort Spa and The Famous Bonanza Casino.

According to Colorado DraftKings as of March 20, here is a look at some futures for the upcoming season:

  • +50,000 to win the World Series
  • +20,000 to win the National League
  • +18,000 to win the National League West Division
  • 65.5 line for win totals on the season
  • +2,500 to make the playoffs
  • -10,000 to not make the playoffs

Purchase your parking passes at Coors Field in advance

Getting to the field can be chaotic, so we’ve got some tips for parking options where there are over 4,300 spaces.

The parking lots at Coors Field are managed by Central Parking Systems. The lots open 2-1/2 hours prior to each game. Advanced parking passes for individual games can be purchased starting at $18.

Passes can be obtained the following ways:

  • Coors Field Ticket Office
  • Colorado Rockies Dugout Stores
  • By phone at 303-ROCKIES (762-5437)
  • Entrances of Lot A or B on game day
  • Buy Now buttons at

Game day eats for the foodies

What better way to enjoy a game than with some delicious ballpark food. Here is some insight into the general offerings at Coors Field and some of their specialty items.

The concession area has a wide variety of vendors offering classic fan fare like hot dogs, beer, nachos, chicken tenders and ice cream.

Some of these vendors include:

  • Extreme Dog
  • Smashburger
  • Fanfare
  • Buckaroos (for the kids)

There are healthier options as well, like chicken sandwiches, gluten-friendly items, salads and vegetarian offerings.

Vendors that offer healthy items include:

  • Grille Works
  • Infield Greens Salad
  • Wazee Market

Specialty items are a big reason for fans to visit Coors Field for a game. Here are some of the delicious and unique snacks:

  • Berrie kabobs
  • Brisket melt
  • Loop pretzel
  • Monster chicken nacho
  • Rocky Mountain oysters

Colorado Rockies 2023 promotions

DateGame TimePromotion
April 6 2:10 p.m. Magnet schedule
April 9 1:10 p.m. 30th Anniversary commemorative pennant
April 12 1:10 p.m. Math Day
April 19 1:10 p.m. History Day
April 28 6:40 p.m. Class of 2023 celebration
April 30 1:10 p.m. Dinger Day
May 41:10 p.m. STEM Day
May 126:40 p.m. Healthcare and Teacher Appreciation Homestand
May 136:10 p.m. Healthcare and Teacher Appreciation Homestand
May 141:10 p.m. Healthcare and Teacher Appreciation Homestand
May 156:40 p.m. Healthcare and Teacher Appreciation Homestand
May 166:40 p.m. Healthcare and Teacher Appreciation Homestand
May 171:10 p.m. Healthcare and Teacher Appreciation Homestand
May 22 6:40 p.m. Peanut allergy friendly game
May 251:10 p.m. $1 dog coupon
May 281:10 p.m. 30th Anniversary baseball card set
June 8 1:10 p.m. $1 dog coupon
June 96:40 p.m. Coors Light Pride Night
June 101:10 p.m. University of Nebraska Day
June 111:10 p.m. 30th Anniversary trucker hat
June 236:40 p.m. MSU Denver Night
June 247:10 p.m. City Connect beach towel; Denver Bears Night
June 251:10 p.m. City Connect tote bag
June 306:10 p.m. Postgame fireworks show
July 17:10 p.m. Postgame fireworks show
July 21:10 p.m. Military Appreciation Day
July 156:10 p.m. University of Wyoming Night
July 161:10 p.m. University of Northern Colorado Day
July 186:40 p.m. LED bulb exit giveaway
July 286:40 p.m. Colorado Mesa University Night
July 296:10 p.m. Star Wars Night – Kris Bryan Jedi Bobblehead
July 301:10 p.m. 30th Anniversary cargo snapback, Colorado State University Day
Aug. 2 1:10 p.m. $1 dog coupon; custom Rockies player baseball pack
Aug. 186:40 p.m. University of Colorado Night
Aug. 196:10 p.m. 30th Anniversary Todd Helton jersey
Aug. 201:10 p.m. Faith Day
Sept. 2 6:10 p.m. Charlie Blackmon bobblehead; Brew Fest
Sept. 31:10 p.m. Movie Night
Sept. 131:10 p.m. $1 dog coupon; business of baseball
Sept. 156:40 p.m. First responder appreciation
Sept. 166:10 p.m. 30th Anniversary celebration
Sept. 266:40 p.m. Math Day
Sept. 296:10 p.m. Fan appreciation postgame fireworks
Sept. 306:10 p.m. Harry Potter Night
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Aleeyah hails from Toronto, Ontario in Canada and has been working predominantly in the poker industry since 2015. From writing articles to interviewing big winners and live reporting on poker's biggest stages, she's seen it all. Aleeyah loves to cook and create content to showcase her passion for food and travel. She now reports on all facets of the growing U.S. gambling industry.

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