AP file photoThe San Francisco Giants are offering a limited number tickets during its first ever "Orange-and-Black Friday" ticket sale today.

AP file photoThe San Francisco Giants are offering a limited number tickets during its first ever "Orange-and-Black Friday" ticket sale today.

Discounted SF Giants tickets offered this ‘Orange-and-Black Friday’

The San Francisco Giants baseball team made history in 2010 when they won the World Series, but history is once again being made with a first ever “Orange-and-Black Friday” ticket sale today, Giants officials said.

Discounted tickets for a limited number of Giants game seats will be available starting at 10 a.m. online at sfgiants.com or at Giants Dugout stores throughout the Bay Area.

Ticket prices will start at $8 for select games and will be on sale through Dec. 24.

Dugout stores are located at AT&T Park, Four Embarcadero Center, Union Square, and Stonestown Galleria in San Francisco; Serramonte Shopping Center in Daly City; and at 425 University Ave. in Palo Alto.

A dugout store will be opening on Dec. 3 in Walnut Creek at 1231 S. Main St., team officials announced. Sale tickets can be purchased at the new location after the grand opening through Dec. 24.

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