Seating Charts

Busch Stadium Seating Chart, Home of the St. Louis Cardinals

Where To Sit At Busch Stadium

Busch Stadium is the 8th largest Major League Ballpark with nearly 47,000 seats. After the completion of the adjacent Ballpark Village in 2014, it became obvious that the St. Louis Cardinals organization took full advantage of additional revenue streams with the construction of new private, luxury and group seating. The St. Louis Cardinals also made use of a dynamic pricing model so their ticket prices change daily depending on the opponent and demand to see the game. This makes it extremely hard to forecast how much you’ll pay for Cardinals tickets but as often as Busch Stadium sells out, this is a win-win for the organization.

 

Think you’ll be able to purchase tickets at Busch Stadium and sneak into better seats? Good luck. You’ll most likely be stuck with the tickets you purchased so you’ll need to choose your seats wisely. With that said, we wanted to take the opportunity to break down the Busch Stadium seating chart as much as possible to help baseball fans navigate the stadium with more confidence. We’ll include photos from various seating areas around the stadium, Youtube videos, miscellaneous tips, the whole nine. Since the ticket prices for St. Louis Cardinals games fluctuate so much, we’ll give you the total season ticket price for a particular seating area. If you’re inquiring about a particular section, please refer to the previous page. We’ll first start with the dugout boxes down next to the field.

 

Exterior View of Busch Stadium. Home of the St. Louis Cardinals.

 

 

Dugout Box

View from the Dugout Boxes at Busch Stadium. Home of the St. Louis Cardinals.

The dugout boxes consists of sections 132-139 (1st base line) and 161-166 (3rd base line) and the rows will range from row A to row K in most of these sections. While the term “dugout box” sounds like a prime seating area, these seats actually sit a few sections past each dugout and closer to the outfield corners. However, they’re small sections right next to the field and excellent seats if you can get them for a game or two. Face value for a dugout box season ticket is $5,184. They come with a lot of leg room for fans and are hot spots for foul balls.

 

 

 

 

 

Cardinals Club

View from the Cardinals Club at Busch Stadium

The Cardinals Club seats are the best and most exclusive seats at Busch Stadium and there are very few fans that would negate that. These seats are directly behind home plate and as close as you’ll get to the players on the diamond. It consists of sections 1-8 and each section consists of rows A-H. Among the many amenities you receive are larger and more comfortable seats, a pregame buffet with gourmet food and all you drink alcohol. During the game, you’ll receive all you can eat food and alcohol from a set menu delivered to your seats from a group of waiters. The entrances and restrooms are all private. You’ll also be given a parking pass for every 2 tickets in your possession. The Cardinals Club is one of the best experiences at Busch Stadium. To sit here, in all likelihood, you will have to know someone that has season tickets for the Cardinals Club. They’re not available for purchase as individual tickets, season tickets and rarely available on websites like Stubhub, Ticket Monster or TickPick. All season tickets for the Cardinals Club were sold as personal seat licenses (PSLs) when Busch Stadium was first constructed. If you’re interested in possibly purchasing a PSL for the Cardinals Club or any other area in the ballpark, one can do so by visiting the Ballpark Founders Marketplace.

 

 

 

 

 

Diamond Box

View from the Diamond Box Seats at Busch Stadium

Ok, the diamond box moniker at Busch Stadium is a little confusing. Many ballparks will have “Diamond Seats” and those are typically behind home plate. The diamond boxes at Busch Stadium are directly behind both dugouts. Wouldn’t that make them dugout boxes, another area that so many ballparks designate? Apparently not because the dugout boxes at Busch Stadium are in the outfield. The diamond boxes consists of sections 140-145 (behind Cardinals dugout) and 155-160 (behind visitors dugout). These sections will consist of 18-24 rows of seats but not all rows will be considered a diamond box seat. This seating areas offers some of the best views of the infield but doesn’t have any other special amenities. If you’re concerned about your budget, the field boxes behind the diamond boxes would offer as good of a view of the field for less money, just a little further back. Your best bet at securing these seats is on a secondary ticket website like Stubhub. Diamond box seats are not sold on a season ticket basis or as individual tickets.

 

 

 

 

Field Box

View from the Field Box seats at Busch Stadium

Field Boxes make up one of the largest seating areas at Busch Stadium. There are five distinctively priced areas that are considered Field Boxes, the best and most expensive being the home field boxes behind home plate.

InField Field Box – Sections 141-144 (behind Cardinals dugout), 156-160 (behind Visitors dugout). Face value for a ticket in this area is $5,022 for one season. These sections will have between 18 and 24 rows of seats.

1st and 3rd Base Field Box – The 1st base field box consists of the last rows of sections 135-140. The 3rd base field box consists of the last rows of sections 160-165. Face value for a ticket in this area is $3807 for one season. For these sections, the rows will be numbered 1-18 and 20-29 with a walkway separating the two areas.

Lower Right Field Box - (Sections 127-134)/Lower Left Field Box (Sections 166-172). Face value for a ticket in this area is $2916. Section 169 is obstructed by the left field foul pole. These sections will have between 15 and 18 rows of seats.

Right Field Box - (Sections 128-135)/Left Field Box (163-167). Face value for a ticket in this area is $2754. Most of these sections will have 29 rows of seats. 

Home Field Box - (Sections 145-155). These seats are directly behind home plate and are the best field box seats available in the ballpark. These seats are sold out on a season ticket basis and can only be purchased on a secondary market ticket website like Stubhub, Ticket Monster. Most of these sections will have between 18 and 24 rows of seats.

 

 

 

 

 

UMB Champions Club

View from the UMB Champions Club at Busch Stadium

View of UMB Cardinals Club Lounge at Busch Stadium

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The UMB Champions Club is the most popular private seating area at Busch Stadium among St. Louis Cardinals fans and is located in the outfield on the third base side. The area would be perfect for entertaining a small office gathering or family reunion. A season ticket for the UMB Champions Club is $10,368 per ticket and face value for an individual game will be in the $130-$200 range. Here are a few of the amenities fans can expect in the UMB Champions Club.

• All Champions Club tickets are sold individually and the area can hold up to 450 fans.

• Fans will have access to a pregame all you can eat buffet that offers salads, nachos, carving stations, sandwiches, hot dogs, brats, cookies and brownies. The buffet begins when Busch Stadium opens 1½ hours before the game for weekday games and 2 hours before the game on weekends. The buffet will be available until 1 hour after the game begins.

• Fans also have access to an indoor lounge area with private entrances, restrooms, concessions and more than 30 TVs.

• Fans will have access to three bars with select spirits, beer and wine. The bar opens when the Busch Stadium gates open. Alcohol is available until the end of the 9th Inning. 

 

 

 

 

Loge

View from the Loge Seats at Busch Stadium

The loge seating area is one of the most underrated and unrecognized areas of Busch Stadium, perhaps because it’s so small. The loge seats are located a little further from home plate than what most fans would probably prefer but they’re still far better than any seat on the terrace level despite having no amenities. Most loge sections have 15 rows of seats, so they're small sections. There are four areas that are considered part of the loge level at Busch Stadium. They are as follows.

1st Base Loge – Sections 237-240. A season ticket in the 1st base loge sections costs $2835.

3rd Base Loge – Sections 261 and 263. A season ticket in the 3rd base loge sections costs $2835.

Right Field Loge – Sections 228-235.

Left Field Loge – Sections 265-271.

The 3rd base loge seats are probably the best of the four areas, followed by the 1st base loge seats. The 3rd base loge seats will give you a similar view of the playing field as the UMB Champions Club. The 1st base loge seats will give you a similar view as the infield Redbird Club.

 

 

 

 

Left Field Porch

View from the Left Field Porch at Busch Stadium

The left field porch is a seating area perched above the home run wall in deep left field. It only has three sections; LP1, LP2, LP3. There are nine rows in each section. Keep in mind that LP2 (left porch 2) will have an obstructed view of the field from some of the seats due to the left field foul pole. This is an excellent section for protection from the sun and rain. The area sits below “Big Mac Land” (named after former Cardinal Mark McGwire) and the loge seats. The ceiling gives the left field porch area a very claustrophobic feel. In fact, if your seats are past row 7, the ceiling is going to make it hard for you to see a lot of homes runs, fly balls and plays at the warning track. Face value for a ticket on the left field porch is $3159. On the secondary market, a left field porch ticket is typically in excess of $60 and they’re definitely not worth that much. A seat in the Busch Stadium bleachers would offer a much better view and put you closer to the action.

 

 

 

 

Pavilion

View from the Infield Pavilion Seats at Busch Stadium

There are three distinct seating areas that make up the pavilion level at Busch Stadium.

Infield Pavilion - The infield pavilion is on the 300 level of Busch Stadium and it’s the 3rd level’s largest seating area. It consists of sections 341-360. A season ticket for the infield pavilion seating area costs $2349. These are the best seats on the pavilion level mainly because the sections are so small and they provide an excellent view of the St. Louis skyline, home plate and the pitching mound. Most sections will have only six rows of seats. You can’t go wrong here.

1st Base Pavilion – The 1st base pavilion consists of sections 337, 339 and 340. A season ticket for the 1st base pavilion seating area costs $2106. Sections 337 and 339 have 9 rows of seats. Section 340 has 6 rows of seats. These sections provide an excellent view of the infield down the 1st base line. For the money, this is one of the best bargains in the ballpark.

Left/Right Field Pavilion – The left and right field pavilion seats are the worst on the pavilion level compared to the other two areas. The right field pavilion consists of sections 328-335. Section 330 sits behind the right field foul pole but I wouldn’t call it a major obstruction that should deter you from sitting there. The left field pavilion consists of sections 361-372. The left field foul pole is a major obstruction in front of section 371 and that section should be avoided like the plague. A season ticket for the left and right field pavilion seating areas costs $1950.

 

 

 

 

Terrace

 View from the Terrace Level Seats at Busch Stadium

There are three distinct seating areas that make up the terrace level at Busch Stadium. Most of these sections will have 11 rows of seats. If your tickets are for rows 7-11, you can expect a good amount of shade from the sun for day games. Having visited Busch Stadium myself, I would have to say that these seats are much better than what you would find in other Major League ballparks pertaining to upper level seats being closer to the field. The terrace level doesn’t feel very high up at all; Busch Stadium is a very spacious and spread out stadium.

Infield Terrace – The infield terrace seats make up the majority of the terrace level. It consists of sections 446-454 and offers phenomenal views of the St. Louis skyline from behind home plate. The worst part is that the players all look like ants down on the field. The bleachers are a much better alternative if you see that they’re priced similarly to the terrace seats for a game. Face value for an infield terrace season ticket is $1782.

1st Base Terrace – The 1st base terrace area consists of sections 437-445. These seats are way above the Cardinals dugout and are generally an ok seat except for being so far from the field. Face value for a 1st base terrace level ticket is $1296. These seats are a much better alternative to the right field terrace in deep right field.

Right Field Terrace – These are generally considered the worst seats on the terrace level. They consist of sections 428-435. If you’re on a budget and want to take the family to a St. Louis Cardinals game, this is the first place that I would look on websites like Stubhub. I would stay away from section 429 completely. The right field foul pole will block your view of home plate from some of the seats.

 

 

 

 

Bleachers

 View from the Bleachers at Busch Stadium

The Busch Stadium bleachers aren’t quiet as iconic as the bleachers in other Major League Ballparks like Wrigley Field and Yankee Stadium. But they’re slowly getting there and gaining a reputation. The fans that sit in the Busch Stadium bleachers are phenomenal and extremely friendly. Know that you’re going to sacrifice a little bit of comfort by sitting in the bleachers. Every seat is on a metal bench and there are no cup holders. The leg room won’t be much of a problem unless you’re taller than 6’4 but then again, you’re probably used to discomfort at that height. However, they’re cheap tickets that can save you from the pavilion and terrace level seats if you only want to be close to the field. They’re also the best seats in the entire stadium for catching home run balls. There are three parts that comprise the Busch Stadium bleachers and they are as follows.

Lower Left Field Bleachers – The lower left field bleachers consists of sections 189-197. Sections 189 and 191 will sit directly behind the visiting team’s bullpen so you’ll be able to see every reliever warmup all day. The only downside is that the bullpen separates these sections from being next to the field. Most of these sections will have 14 rows of seats. Face value for a season ticket in these sections is $1620.

Lower Right Field Bleachers – The lower right field bleachers consists of sections 101-109. If your tickets are for sections 101-105, know that the replay board will be directly behind you and from the last few rows, you probably won’t be able to see it at all. Sections 107 and 109 will be directly behind the Cardinals bullpen where you’ll be able to see all of the Cardinals relief pitchers warmup before entering the game. On the occasion, you might be able to get a few players to sign autographs before the game but don’t get your hopes up. Section 105 will sit next to the bullpen. Face value for a season ticket in these sections is $1620.

Right Field Bleachers – The right field bleachers consists of sections 107-111. Most of the rows in these sections will be numbered 20-33. If you want to sit as close to the field as possible in the bleachers, avoid these seats and shoot for the lower right and lower left field bleachers. Also keep in mind that the replay board will be difficult to see from many seats in these right field bleacher sections. Face value for a season ticket in the right field bleachers is $1458.

 

 

 

 

Redbird Club

 View from the Redbird Club at Busch Stadium

View of the Redbird Club area at Busch Stadium

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There are no special amenities for fans with Redbird Club tickets aside from access to the club area. The club area is upscale with private restrooms, upgraded concessions and bar drinks and a private entrance to your section. All of the food and beverages cost extra and aren’t inclusive. Inside the club area, you will find tons of sofas and tables to eat at with flat screen televisions all around. There are no bad Redbird Club seats; every seat is either behind home plate or encircles the infield. Most sections have 8-15 rows of seats and the views are some of the best in all of Busch Stadium. There are two distinct seating areas that comprise the Redbird Club and they are as follows.

Home Redbird Club – The Home Redbird Club consists of sections 247-253 (behind home plate). Face value for a season ticket in these sections is $4860. These are the best seats in the Redbird Club.

Infield Redbird Club – The Infield Redbird Club consists of sections 241-246 (1st base side) and 254-257 (3rd base side). Face value for a season ticket in these sections is $4374.

 

 

 

 

Budweiser Brew House Deck

 View from the Budweiser Brew House Deck at Ballpark Village

View of the Budweiser Brew House Deck at Ballpark Village

The Budweiser Brew House Deck sits across Clark Street beyond the Busch Stadium outfield walls. If you’ve ever been to Wrigley Field to see the Chicago Cubs play, it’s a similar setup to a Wrigleyville rooftop except that it’s a bar/restaurant in Ballpark Village. The Brew House is right next to the AT&T Rooftop. There are two rows of drink rails that are sold as reserved tickets and everything else is sold as a general admission ticket. This is the perfect place to nonchalantly enjoy a Cardinals game with a group of friends, in fact, it can be rented out privately. The Budweiser Brew House Deck definitely has a party atmosphere and will also grant you access to get inside Busch Stadium but you must check in there first. Know that the view of field isn’t perfect from here, you will only be able to see maybe 65% of the field.

 

 

 

 

Branch Rickey Room

 View from the Branch Rickey Room at Cardinals Nation at Ballpark Village

Many baseball fans associate Branch Rickey with Jackie Robinson and the Brooklyn Dodgers. However, Rickey played professionally for the old St. Louis Browns, served as a Manager for both the St. Louis Browns and St. Louis Cardinals. He also went on to serve as the General Manager for both the St. Louis Browns and St. Louis Cardinals. Rickey is all that is St. Louis baseball. The Branch Rickey Room is on the 2nd floor of Cardinal Nation in Ballpark Village and is a new addition to Ballpark Village.

• If you’re going to rent out the Branch Rickey Room for a St. Louis Cardinals game, you must purchase at least 22 tickets. The area will hold up to 30 fans. The entire area is private and comes with your own balcony to watch the game across the street.

• Fans will be able to visit the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame for free before the game. If you’ve never been, this is a must visit!

• The food is all you can eat and includes salads, hot dogs, brats, nachos and select desserts; much better items than what you’ll find inside Busch Stadium. The bar items are also complimentary which will include beer, wine and soft drinks. The Branch Rickey Room opens 1 ½ before each game and fans are welcome to stay until an hour after the game ends. Unfortunately, the alcohol service stops when the game ends. 

 

 

 

 

AT&T Rooftop

Photo of the AT&T Rooftop at Ballpark Village in St. Louis

 View from the AT&T Rooftop at Ballpark Village

The AT&T Rooftop is modeled after the rooftops that you will find outside of Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs and is one of the newest additions at Ballpark Village. The area is at the very top of Cardinals Nation on Clark Street. You will get a much better view of the playing field here than you will from anywhere else in Ballpark Village.

• Unlike the other private areas at Ballpark Village and inside Busch Stadium, tickets for the AT&T Rooftop are sold individually and there are more than 300 tickets available for purchase every game.

• The food is all you can eat and includes nachos, meat carving stations, hot dogs/brats, salads, sandwiches and desserts.

• Fans will also have access to an indoor dining area with private restrooms. There will be fully stocked bars on the inside. The bar will shut down at the end of the game although fans are allowed to stay in the rooftop area until an hour after the game ends. Fans are able to enter the rooftop area an 1 ½ before weekday games and 2 hours before weekend games.

• If there is a giveaway inside the stadium (posters, bobbleheads, etc), fans with AT&T Rooftop tickets will also receive those items.

• If you want to visit the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum, you can for free if you have an AT&T Rooftop ticket. Get to the ballpark early to visit. Do not pass on this opportunity! 

 

 

 

 

Cardinals Nation Balcony

View from the Cardinals Nation Balcony at Ballpark Village

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• The Cardinals Nation balcony is actually really small compared to the other Ballpark Village seating areas. It’s on the 2nd floor of the Cardinals Nation bar/restaurant and can hold twelve people or three tables of four people. The seats are reserved. Your seats won't be quiet as high as the AT&T Rooftop, so it's safe to say the view just isn't as good but if you're concerned about having a good view, buy a ticket for the game.

• The food is all inclusive and features hot dogs/brats, nachos, salads and desserts. The food service begins an 1 ½ before the game begins and stops an hour after the game has ended. The bar drinks aren’t included but can be found on the inside of Cardinals Nation. Alcohol is served until the end of the game.

• Fans are also given free admission to the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum. Be sure you also pay a visit to Midwest Live to see perhaps one of the coolest and largest sports bars in North America.

 

 

 

 

MVP Deck

View from the MVP Deck at Busch Stadium

The MVP Deck is basically a party tent inside Busch Stadium and is located in left center field. 

• Like the AT&T Rooftop, the MVP Deck tickets are sold individually and the area can hold up to 28 fans.

• The area includes an all you can eat buffet which opens 1 ½ hours before weeknight games and 2 hours before weekend games. The food will be available until one hour after the game. Among the items included in the buffet are hot dogs/brats, BBQ chicken and brisket, nachos, salads and desserts. Soft drinks and the beer O’Douls are also available for free. Why the Cardinals organization decided to offer a non-alcoholic beer in a ballpark named after Busch, I have no idea?

• If you want other beers and mixed drinks, they’re available until 2 ½ hours after first pitch.

A bleacher ticket would be a much better experience if you don’t mind paying for your own food because that’s the only perks you’re getting with MVP Deck tickets.

 

 

 

 

Commissioners Box

View from the Commissioner's Box at Busch Stadium

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The Commissioners Box is one of the most coveted sections at Busch Stadium with its dream location right next to the St. Louis Cardinals dugout in section 141. Rows A through E make up the Commissioner’s Box. There are 30 tickets available for the entire area. The seats are much more comfortable, wider and have padding. Other Commissioners Box perks include...

• Fans will have the opportunity to have their photo taken in the Cardinals dugout before the game as well as visit the playing field.

• Parking is complimentary. The food is complimentary as well and will be delivered to your seats by waiters. Anheiser-Busch beers and select mixed drinks and sodas are also complimentary. Food and beverage service stops when the game reaches the 7th inning. 

 

 

 

 

Bank of America Club

View from the Bank of America Club at Busch Stadium

View from the Bank of America Club at Busch Stadium

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The Bank of America Club sits the highest up in Busch stadium among the private all-inclusive areas; along the 3rd base line above the pavilion level. There, you’ll receive plenty of perks though and will have the ability to decide whether you want to sit indoors or outdoors to watch the game. The area can hold up to 400 people and the tickets are sold individually, not as a group. You’ll also receive the following amenities.

• Private restrooms and a private entrance to the club.

• All you can eat buffet featuring includes BBQ brisket and pork, nachos, salads, pastas, brats/hot dogs and cookies/brownies.

• Complimentary sodas and Anheiser-Busch beers. Buffet and alcohol service begins when the Busch Stadium gates open. The food is available until one hour after the game ends and alcohol service stops 2 ½ hours after first pitch.

 

 

 

 

Legends Club

View from the Legends Club at Busch Stadium

The Legends Club is a party suite along the first base line. It is pretty small and isn’t that upscale of a setup compared to areas like the UMB Champions Club and Bank of America Club. The Legends Club would be ideal for office groups or families, birthday parties, etc. You’ll be able to choose whether or not to sit indoors or outdoors. Indoors, there is high chair tabletop seating with flat screen TVs all around.

• Fans will have access to a complimentary buffet with brats/hot dogs, BBQ brisket and chicken, macaroni and cheese, nachos, cookies and brownies. The buffet opens when the Busch Stadium gates open and stays open until an hour after the game ends.

• Sodas, Budweiser, Bud Light and O’Douls are complimentary and bar service is cut off 2 ½ hours after first pitch.

 

 

 

 

Coca-Cola Scoreboard Patio

View from the Coca-Cola Scoreboard Patio at Busch Stadium

The Coca-Cola Scoreboard Patio is a party area in center field at Busch Stadium and can hold up to 260 people. Your seats will be reserved and you'll receive plenty of protection from the sun and rain from this area. There are also plenty of drink rails around for you to stand at and enjoy the game. You'll receive the following amenities during the game.

• Complimentary buffet that includes hot dogs, BBQ brisket and chicken, nachos, field greens salad, cookies/brownies. Food service begins when the Busch Stadium gates open and closes an hour after the game ends.

• Complimentary Budweiser, Bud Light, O’Douls, and soda. Alcohol service begins when the Busch Stadium gates open and closes 2 ½ hours after the game begins.

 

 

 

 

Powerade Bridge

View from the Powerade Bridge at Busch Stadium

The Powerade Bridge is located in right center field and can hold just over 100 people. Your seats will be reserved and there are also plenty of drink rails around for you to stand at and enjoy the game. You'll receive the following amenities during the game.

  • Complimentary buffet that includes hot dogs, BBQ brisket and chicken, nachos, field greens salad, cookies/brownies. Food service begins when the Busch Stadium gates open and closes an hour after the game ends.
  •  Complimentary Budweiser, Bud Light, O’Douls, and soda. Alcohol service begins when the Busch Stadium gates open and closes 2 ½ hours after the game begins.

 

 

 

 

Coca-Cola Rooftop Deck

View from the Coca-Cola Rooftop Deck at Busch Stadium

The Coca-Cola Rooftop Deck is in left center field and has a capacity of 63 people. Your seats will be reserved and there are also plenty of drink rails around for you to stand at and enjoy the game. You’ll receive the following amenities during the game.

• Complimentary buffet that includes hot dogs, BBQ brisket and chicken, nachos, field greens salad, cookies/brownies. Food service begins when the Busch Stadium gates open and closes an hour after the game ends.

• Complimentary Budweiser, Bud Light, O’Douls, and soda. Alcohol service begins when the Busch Stadium gates open and closes 2 ½ hours after the game begins.

 

 

 

 

Left Field Landing

View from the Left Field Landing at Busch Stadium

The left field landing holds up to 28 people and is located behind section 169 in the left field corner. This is a very small seating area and the view of the field is only so-so since you’re in the deep corner of Busch Stadium. The left field foul pole will also stand in your view of the field if you’re sitting in the left field landing. You will, however, receive a ton of protection from the sun and rain due to the overhang and have drink rails to stand at. All tickets are sold individually.

• Complimentary buffet that offers hot dogs, BBQ chicken and brisket, nachos, field greens salad, cookies and brownies, etc. Food service begins when the Busch Stadium gates open and lasts until an hour after the game.

• Complimentary beer including Budweiser, Bud Light, O’Douls and sodas. Alcohol service begins when the Busch Stadium gates open and ends 2 ½ hours after the first pitch.

 

 

 

Homer’s Landing

View from the Homer's Landing at Busch Stadium

Homer’s Landing holds up to 100 fans and is located behind the right centerfield bleachers. It’s one of the best values of all the all-inclusive areas at Busch Stadium. It provides an excellent view of the outfield and is far superior to the Left Field Landing area. There are a number of drink rails to stand at and enjoy your food and drinks while watching the game. It’s also pretty easy to figure out why they call this area Homer’s Landing. This is a great spot to catch home run balls! All tickets are sold individually. Fans will also receive the following perks...

• Complimentary buffet that offers hot dogs, BBQ chicken and brisket, nachos, field greens salad, cookies and brownies, etc. Food service begins when the Busch Stadium gates open and lasts until an hour after the game.

• Complimentary beer including Budweiser, Bud Light, O’Douls and sodas. Alcohol service begins when the Busch Stadium gates open and ends 2 ½ hours after the first pitch.

 

If you're interested in purchasing St. Louis Cardinals season tickets, please call (314) 345-9000. If you have any tips about Busch Stadium that you would like for us to include in this breakdown of the seating chart, please send us an email via the contact page on the navigation bar. 

 

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Fedex Field Panorama

Where To Sit At Fedex Field

The Washington Redskins organization wants a new stadium. Activists want the Washington Redskins to get a new nickname and mascot. No matter what the future holds for this team, Fedex Field is still the 3rd largest stadium in the NFL, has four seating levels and has a ton of obstructed view seats. We're going to break down the Fedex Field seating chart so that you've got a better idea about which Washington Redskins tickets to purchase before visiting Fedex Field. We'll first start with the coveted Dream Seats that encircle the playing field. 

 

Fedex Field Seating Chart.

 

Dream Seats

View of the field from the Dream Seats at Fedex Field.

The Dream Seats are the epitome of a VIP experience at Fedex Field. It really doesn’t get much better. Aside from practically being on the field, fans with Dream Seat tickets will receive complimentary food and non-alcoholic drinks via a waitstaff. You will also receive large leather padded seats, access to the club lounge with premium concessions and bars, private restrooms, discounted parking for the Purple lot, discounts at the Redskins pro shop and access to the 5th Quarter Party after the game.

The 5th Quarter Party is a two hour party after the game on the Stubhub Club level in the EA Players Sports Lounge. It features live music, drinks, food and visits from the Redskins cheerleaders. If you so choose, you'll also have access to the Hooter's Restaurant on the Stubhub Club Level. This is especially important since there aren't many restaurants near Fedex Field to dine at before and after the game. The Dream Seats consists of sections 1-42 and only has two rows. Face value for the Dream Seats is uncertain since the Washington Redskins organization wants you to inquire about these seats from within. However, on websites like Stubhub and Ticket Monster, the Dream Seats will range from $180-$500 depending on the section and opponent.

 

 

 

 

Club Level

View from the Club Seats at Fedex Field

Seats on the Stubhub Club level will give fans almost as good of an experience as the Dream Seats down next to the field. The club level consists of sections 301-342 and most sections have 19 rows of seats. There are some padded seats available for purchase but only in select areas. The food and drinks aren’t included in the ticket price. However, fans do receive access to the club lounge and all of its amenities as well as access to the EA Players Sports Lounge, Hooters Restaurant and the 5th Quarter Party after the game. The view of the field is excellent from the club level, Fedex Field’s 2nd level.

Most sections on the club level will have 19 rows of seats. The best feature will be the staff on the club level who go above and beyond their call of duty to ensure you have a great game day experience. It’s important to note that that the club level is priced into four zones; A, B, C and D. Sections 308-314, 329-335 will offer a Standing Room Only area behind the club seats and those tickets are available for purchase for most home games. For most Redskins games, the average club ticket will cost in excess of $150 and even reach the $300 per ticket range for premium games. 

 

 

 

Lower Level

View of the field from the Lower Level at Fedex Field.

The lower level seats at Fedex Field are pretty standard to what you will find in most NFL stadiums. This area consists of sections 101-142 and most sections have 28 rows of seats. Please keep in mind that row 1 in any of these sections will actually be the 3rd row; two rows of Dream Seats sit at the foot of all lower level sections. There are no obstructions in the lower level seats. The fans are excellent but only if you’re a Redskins fan. They can be pretty brutal and unwelcoming to other team’s fans but you could experience that in any NFL stadium you visit. The Redskins sideline is in front of sections 101/142. The visitors sideline is in front of sections 121/122. There will almost always be an usher at the bottom of the lower level sections checking tickets and making sure no one sneaks into the Dream Seats that doesn’t have a ticket for those rows.

 

 

 

 

Terrace Seats

View of the field from the Terrace Seats at Fedex Field

 

 

Obstructed View Terrace Seats at Fedex Field

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Sections 201-242 at Fedex Field are known as “The Terrace”. The Terrace is where most of the obstructed view seats at Fedex Field can be found and for the most part, the terrace should be avoided at all costs. Even an upper level seat will offer Redskins fans a better view of the field and in game experience. Most of the obstructed or “partial view seats” are all past row 13 in all 200 level sections. Most terrace sections will have a whopping 23 rows of seats. Large support pillars will stand in your view of the field in these sections. The low roof will also keep you from seeing the stadium’s large replay boards. You also won’t be able to see any of the punts or long passes down on the field. And the rows of seats don’t have much elevation or incline meaning if someone tall sits in the seat in front of you, you won’t be able to see anything, period! Any seat past row 3, however, will protect you from the elements and sun. The ironic thing in all of this is that rain will trickle down from the club level to rows 3-6. Prepare to get wet if there is rain and your seats are in those rows. It’s a tragedy that the Redskins organization would try to squeeze money out of fans while sacrificing their comfort and view of the field. (The Indianapolis Colts and Lucas Oil Stadium are in the same boat.) 

 

 

 

 

Loge Seats

View from the Loge Seats at Fedex Field

View of the Loge Seats at Fedex Field

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Fedex Field’s loge seats offers Redskins fans the opportunity to experience the perks of a suite but at a much discounted price. The loge seats extend from one corner of each end zone to the other. Face value for a season ticket in the loge area was last rumored to be in the $6K range for 8 home games and 2 preseason games. All of the seats are comfortable individual seats, the food and drinks are complimentary via a buffet and there are outdoor TVs throughout the area for fans to refer to. The first two rows in each loge section will have table tops for fans to eat and drink at. Redskins fans will also benefit from private restrooms, entrances and concessions as well as having access to the club level/lounges and all of their perks. The loge area is also covered so you will protected from rain, sun and other elements. The view of the field from these seats is less than great. You decide if they’re worth the $6K investment for a season. I guarantee you will have a hard time making your money back if you sold your loge tickets on Stubhub.

 

 

 

 

 

Standing Room Only

 View from the Standing Room Only Area at Fedex Field

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Standing Room Only is available for sections 308-314, 329-335, 410-418, 437-445 (both end zones). Ticket prices will vary.

 

 

 

 

Upper Level

View from the Upper Level at Fedex Field

Fedex Field’s upper deck is an excellent opportunity for Washington Redskins fans to see an NFL game without spending much money; even for games vs. NFC East rivals. As stated earlier, the upper level is a much better alternative than the Terrace seats on the first level. Most upper level sections will have 29 rows of seats. For your legs sake, you definitely want to purchase tickets as close to row 1 as possible. Keep in mind that the price differential for row 2 and above will be significantly less, though. The upper level tickets closest to the 50 yard line are superb and should be sought after first and foremost. You could definitely say the upper level is where the “True Redskins Fans” sit.

 

Anyone interested in becoming a Washington Redskins season ticket holder can do so by visiting the Redskins website here

 

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Soldier Field Seating Chart

Where To Sit At Soldier Field

Chicago is a gem of a city for sports fans that enjoy attending games. Not only do they have five professional teams to cheer for but they have two of the most historic venues in American sports within a few miles of each other; Wrigley Field and Soldier Field. Not only is Soldier Field the oldest stadium in the NFL but it's also the smallest. Many Chicago Bears fans are shocked when they learn this. However, with all of the different seating levels and strategically priced seating areas, we wanted to provide a thorough analysis of the Soldier Field seating chart to help NFL fans decide where to sit and help navigate the stadium a little easier.

 

There's also the fact that the Chicago Bears organization has a waiting list for potential season ticket holders even with the requirement of a PSL purchase. This only drives up the demand and ticket prices to see Chicago Bears games. If you're inquiring about a particular section at Soldier Field, please refer back to the previous page. We'll first start with the United Club seating area. 

 

 

United Club

 View of the United Club lounge at Soldier Field

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If you’re looking for a first class experience for a Chicago Bears home game, look no further than the United Club. The club’s best feature is the climate controlled club lounges which fans will be able to escape to during those cold November and December home games. The area also features more than 100 flat screen TVs with the NFL Sunday Ticket, private entrances and restrooms, eight full service bars, upscale concessions and cushioned seats that are larger than the standard seat at Soldier Field. The United Club’s seating area is on the 2nd and 3rd levels on the east side of Soldier Field. There are three distinctively priced seating areas in the United Club.

  • Club 1 – Club 1 consists of sections 209 and 309. Face value for these seats is $430 per ticket.
  • Club 2 – Club 2 consists of sections 206-208, 210-212, 306-308, 310-312. Face value for these seats is $380 per ticket.
  • Club 3 – Club 3 consists of sections 202-205, 213-216, 301-305, 313-317. Face value for these seats is $300 per ticket.

The United Club seats sit perched above the visitors sideline and most sections feature 19 rows of seats. United Club tickets can be purchased on secondary ticket websites like Stubhub and Ticket Monster, however, you will be expected to pay often double the face value depending on the opponent.

View from the United Club at Soldier Field

If you’re interested in becoming a season ticket holder for the United Club, you’ll receive complimentary parking, access to a pregame buffet and the ability to purchase individual tickets for Bears games before the general public. You'll often see who's who of Chicago's elite in the United Club and they pay good money to sit there. All Bears fans are required to purchase a personal seat license just to be allowed to purchase season tickets. 

 

 

 

 

Mezzanine

View from the Mezzanine Seats at Soldier Field

The mezzanine seats basically consists of all lower level sections that aren’t in the end zones and they are priced into four different tiers. The mezzanine includes sections 101-117 (behind the visitors sideline) and 128-146 (behind the Bears sideline). If you want the most intimate Chicago Bears experience possible, this is where you will want to sit. Most mezzanine sections have 19 rows of seats. Face value for these seats is $155-$200 per ticket with the ticket price increasing the closer you sit to midfield. It’s not uncommon for the price of these seats to skyrocket into the neighborhood of $500 per ticket for games vs. teams like the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings.

 

 

 

 

Media Deck

View from the Media Deck at Soldier Field

The Media Deck is the smallest seating area at Soldier Field and is on the 2nd level on the west side of the stadium. It consists of sections 228-246 and most sections will have 9-12 rows of seats. It’s called the “Media Deck” because this is where the coaches and media booths are. It’s not unheard of for fans to run into on air NFL personalities if their ticket is in these sections. The entrances are private and there will be heaters throughout this area to help keep you warm throughout the game. This is a highly desirable area due to its location above the Chicago Bears sideline.

 

 

 

Grandstand

View from the Lower Level Grandstand at Soldier Field

There are a three different seating areas that make up Soldier Field’s grandstand and the layout is quiet confusing. The grandstand consists of the following sections.

• 119-126 (south endzone), 148-155 (north endzone). Face value for these seats is $140 per ticket. Most of these sections will have 19 rows of seats.

• 330-344 (west third level). Face value for these seats is $145-$165 per ticket. Most of these sections will have 15 rows of seats.

• 427-447 (west fourth level). Face value for these seats is $106-$126 per ticket depending on the row and section. Most of these sections will have 37 rows of seats.  If your ticket is in the first 15 rows of these sections, expect to pay significantly more. These are generally considered the worst seats at Soldier Field due to their location at the top of the stadium but many Chicago Bears fans will disagree.

View from the 400 level grandstand at Soldier Field

Keep in mind that sections 148 and 155 in the north end zone do not allow alcohol consumption and if caught without alcohol, you will be ejected from the stadium. Personally, I don’t know if a Chicago Bears game is complete without a beer and Polish sausage, so you may want to avoid those sections. However, the grandstand end zone seats are going to give fans the closest proximity to the field in the entire stadium giving you an incredible Chicago Bears experience.

 

 

Endzone

View from the 300 level endzone at Soldier Field

As previously stated, the lower level end zone seats at Soldier Field are considered part of the Grandstand. The 200 and 300 level end zone seats are called just that. The 300 level end zone seats consists of sections 318-326 (south end zone) and 348-356 (north end zone). Face value for these sections is $110 per ticket.

View from the 200 level endzone at Soldier Field

The 200 level end zone seats consists of sections 218-226 (south end zone) and 248-256 (north end zone). Face value for these sections is $120 per ticket. You will rarely find only a $10 differential between 200 and 300 level seats so don’t get excited. The 200 level end zone seats definitely offer Bears fans a closer perspective than the 300s. The south end zone is much more picturesque with the view of the downtown Chicago skyline in the distance. Every section of both levels will offer between 24 and 27 rows of seats.

 If anyone has any questions about Soldier Field, please feel free to reach out to us via the contact form above. Bear Down!

  

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Lucas Oil Stadium Seating Chart 

Where To Sit At Lucas Oil Stadium

Although Lucas Oil Stadium is the 2nd smallest stadium in the NFL, it still has many levels of seats to choose from. If you haven’t attended a game at this stadium in person, it’s immaculate and a thing of beauty. However, for a stadium this new, Lucas Oil Stadium has a ton of obstructed view seats. And for as much money as fans are asked to spend in order to attend an NFL game, that is just unacceptable. For that reason, we wanted to breakdown the Lucas Oil Stadium seating chart so that fans can have a better experience and avoid the seats with obstructions. We’ll first start with the club seats.

Centre Bell Seating Chart

Where To Sit At Bell Centre

The Bell Centre is probably foreign to a lot of NHL fans in the United States because it’s located in Canada for one, and also because attending a game there is so expensive. If you’re taking a family of four to the game, you’re looking at spending upwards of $1K just to get in the door. The Bell Centre doesn’t have the history of the old Montreal Forum, its predecessor, but it offers one of the best NHL environments for fans. It is also the largest arena in the NHL. With four seating levels and many distinctly priced seating areas in between, we wanted to dissect the Bell Centre seating chart to help fans find their way around the stadium more easily.

 

The first thing you need to know is that the Montreal Canadiens organization uses a pricing model for “regular games” and “optimum games”. The optimum games are more expensive to see and below are the designated optimum games for the 2015-2016 season.

All Home Games vs. the

 

Toronto Maple Leafs

New York Rangers

Boston Bruins

Chicago Blackhawks

Washington Capitals

Los Angeles Kings

Tampa Bay Lightning

 

We’ll first start with the Prestige/Platinum seats on the arena’s lower level. If you’re inquiring about a particular section, please refer back to the previous page.

 

Platinum Seats

View from the Prestige Seats at Bell Centre

 

Prestige Seats

 

 View from the Prestige Seats at Bell Centre

The platinum and prestige seats sit right next to the glass on the Bell Centre’s rouge level. The Platinum seats are the closest seats to the ice in the entire building (row AA) and the prestige seats are in rows BB-FF. Face value for the platinum seats will be either $278 or $451 depending on the opponent. Expect to pay even more than that on websites like Stubhub. Face value for the Prestige seats for the 2015-2016 season are priced at $215, $227, $347 and $368 depending on the section and opponent. The Canadiens use the bench in front of section 102. The visitors use the bench in front of section 124.

 

 

 

 

Rouge Level (Red)

 View from the Rouge Seats at Bell Centre

The rouge seating area is basically all other 100 level seats or the rest of the lower bowl at the Bell Centre that's not "platinum" or "prestige". It’s called “rouge” due to its red seats. It consists of sections 101-124. Face value for each ticket will be from $140-$323 depending on the opponent and section. The view is excellent from virtually every seat but none of these seats are right next to the glass. Those are the platinum/prestige seats which we previously mentioned above. There are four distinctively priced areas on the red level as well; Red A ($181, $292), Red B ($154, $259), C ($140, $223) and D ($140, $223).

 

 

 

 

 

Club Desjardins 

View of the inside of the Desjardins Club at Bell Centre

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The Club Desjardins seats are all on the 2nd level of the Bell Centre, often called the “Club Level”. The area is designated into two distinct seating areas; A and B. Area A consists of sections 201-203, 211-215, 224 and 233. Area B consists of sections 204-210 and 216-222.

View from the Club Desjardins Seats at Bell Centre

Here you will get the most amenities in the entire arena such as bigger and more comfortable seats, access to 3 lounges, private entrances and complimentary food. Face value for these seats will run you from $169-$372 per ticket depending on the row and opponent.

 

 

 

 

 

Blanc Level (White)

 View from the Blanc Level Seats at the Bell Centre

These are the 300 level seats at the Bell Centre, also called the white level. There are four different seating designations for this level; white ($92, $145), white first row ($101, $159), white center ($101-$159) and white first row center ($109-$174). Why they’re called that is pretty self-explanatory; the ticket price is based entirely off of the location and view of the ice. All of the rows in each section on the white level will be lettered AA-FF.

 

 

 

 

 

Gris Level (Grey)

 View from the Grey Level at the Bell Centre

The grey seating area is the last four rows (rows A-D) of sections 301-336. Face value for these seats are $73 or $114 depending on the opponent. The view of the ice is pretty solid; much better than any seat in the 400s level seats. The view of the scoreboard at center ice is spectacular.

 

 

 

 

 

Bleu Level (Blue)

View from the Blue Level at Bell Centre 

The blue level seats consists of sections 401-406, 414-425 and 431-436. These will be the last four rows (rows A-D) of every 400 level section on the upper sides of the arena. These will be the best seats on the 400 level of the Bell Centre but will be far inferior to the other seating levels. Face value for these seats will be $56 or $85 per ticket depending on the opponent.

 

 

 

 

 

Molson Canadian Zone

 View from the Molson Canadian Zone at Bell Centre

This area has also been known as the “Molson Ex Zone”. It consists of sections 407-413 and has only four rows of seats; A-D. In case you didn’t know, the Molson brothers are also part of a partnership group that owns the Montreal Canadiens. This area has a live band stage in the concourse featuring live music. A very nice touch for fans sitting on the upper level.

 

 

 

 

 

La Petite Bretonne Family Zone

View from the Family Zone at Bell Centre 

The Family Zone are the uppermost seats behind the net the Canadiens attack twice. This area offers the cheapest tickets at the Bell Centre and has only four rows of seats; rows A-D. Tickets for children are $22 face value and adult tickets are $56 or $85 per ticket face value depending on the opponent. If there is one area of the arena I would keep away from, it would be this one. It’s just not worth the money although it's the only option sometimes for Canadiens fans that want to take their children to a Habs game.

We hope our breakdown of the Bell Centre seating chart has helped you become more familiar with the layout of the NHL’s largest arena. Before the game, be sure to check out La Cage Aux Sports. It’s a massive sports bar at the Bell Centre and is often touted as one of the best sports bars in North America. You may have to ask for a menu in English since French has such a heavy influence in Montreal. 

 

 

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Dodger Stadium Seating Chart.

 

Where To Sit At Dodger Stadium

Dodger Stadium is the largest stadium in Major League Baseball. The fact that it was also built into the side of hill in the Chavez Ravine creates a unique stadium to navigate for fans. Unlike other MLB ballparks you’ve probably been to, you enter Dodger Stadium from the top of the stadium and travel downward to the lower levels. Before we get into our breakdown of the Dodger Stadium seating chart, here are a few brief tidbits to consider before purchasing your Los Angeles Dodgers tickets.

  • Whenever you see the words “VIP or “MVP” advertised for ticket listings, it means you will be in the first few rows of that section. This also means such tickets will cost more.
  • The parking lot opens two hours before the game begins. This is also the exact same time the stadium’s gates open which means everyone is sometimes late getting to their seats. Rumor is this is an effort to eliminate tailgating outside of the stadium. (There are no bars or restaurants in the immediate vicinity around Dodger Stadium.)
  • What gate you enter and which area of the stadium you have access to depends on where your seats are. Choose your tickets wisely when purchasing online or at the box office.

Now. Onto the summary. We’ll first start with the left and right field pavilion seats in the outfield.

 

 

All you Can Eat Pavilion Seats (Right Field Bleachers)

View from the All you can eat Pavilion Bleacher Seats at Dodger Stadium

Yes, you read that correctly. You can purchase a ticket at Dodger Stadium that entitles you to unlimited hot dogs, nachos, popcorn, peanuts, soda and water. For that reason, this is the perfect ticket for Dodger fans with children and large families.

All you can eat food at dodger stadium

Face value for these seats will be $32-$50 depending on the opponent. The “All You Can Eat” Pavilion seating area consists of sections 302-316. These were formerly known as simply “The Bleachers”. The comfort level isn’t all that great here since these aren’t individual seats; you’ll be sitting on benches.

 

 

 

 

 

Time Warner Cable Left Field Pavilion (Left Field Bleachers)

 View from the Left Field Pavilion Seats at Dodger Stadium

These are the left field bleachers and they consist of sections 301-315. These seats ARE NOT all you can eat but are right next to the all you can eat seats (right field bleachers). These seats are one of the best values at Dodger Stadium and are priced at $18-$35 per ticket face value depending on the opponent. The Dodger Stadium bleachers have always had a pretty bad reputation for violence and drunkenness before the recent increase in stadium security. Some even say the Los Angeles street gang community has a strong presence inside the ballpark. Just keep that in mind.

 

 

 

 

 

Top Deck 

View from the Top Deck seats at Dodger Stadium

This seating area is pretty self-explanatory. These seats are located up as high as it gets in the ballpark. The area consists of sections 1-13. These tickets will range from $12-$30 face value per ticket depending on the opponent. Hence, these are the cheapest seats in all of Dodger Stadium. Do not expect a great view of the playing field here. You will have an excellent view of the ravine and rolling hills outside of the ballpark but that quickly vanishes when it gets dark. Unfortunately, as previously stated with the pavilion/bleacher seats, you will want to avoid the cheap seats at Dodger Stadium simply because of the crowd that sits there.

 

 

 

 

Reserve Level

 View from the Reserve Level at Dodger Stadium

The reserve level is one level below Dodger Stadium’s top deck. It’s still somewhat of an upper level ticket but the view will be much improved compared to the top deck. Face value for each ticket will cost between $11-$48 depending on the opponent and whether your seats are MVP (behind home plate), infield reserve or preferred reserve (outfield).  

 

 

 

Field Box 

View from the Field Box Seats at Dodger Stadium

The field boxes are the best “regular seats” in Dodger stadium. When I say regular seats, I mean seats that aren’t in a “premium” seating area such as the dugout boxes or club seats. There are three areas that are considered field boxes; preferred (outfield) and VIP/MVP (both behind home plate). The Field Box VIP seats will be the closest to the field.

View from the Field Box Seats at Dodger Stadium

The field boxes consist of sections 1-25 and are priced at $48-$140 per ticket depending on the section and the opponent. You really can’t go wrong with any field box ticket. You’ll get access to the stadium’s main level to get the true Dodger Stadium experience as well as have close proximity to the field.

 

 

 

 

Executive Club

View from the Executive Club at Dodger Stadium

The club seats at Dodger Stadium are also known as the “Executive Club”. They consist of sections 229-261 on the 3rd level of Dodger Stadium. The area extends from third base to the left field foul pole. The rows are all lettered A-H (9 rows of seats). Each ticket will range from $67-$90 at face value depending on the opponent. If you’re looking for shield from the sun or rain, the club seats will also be a good fit. The overhang from the reserve level will shield the elements if your tickets are in the last 3 or so rows.  Unless you’re a season ticket holder for the Executive Club seats, you won’t have access to the Stadium Club restaurant/lounge area. Keep in mind that these are also not the club suites which are also on the same level of Dodger Stadium. The club suites accommodate 15-30 people.

 

 

 

 

 

Loge Box 

View from the Loge Seats at Dodger Stadium

The loge level seats are the 2nd level seats at Dodger Stadium even though all of the sections are numbered as 100 level seats. The loge level offers excellent panoramas of the entire stadium - maybe the best out of all of the seating areas. There are four different areas on the loge level; VIP, MVP, Infield and Preferred. The VIP/MVP loge sections are behind home plate and the preferred loge sections are in the shallow parts of the outfield on the 2nd level. 

 

 

 

 

Dugout Club 

View from the Dugout Club seats at Dodger Stadium

These are the best and most expensive seats in the entire ballpark. Want to see owner Magic Johnson or another celebrity? This is where you’ll want to sit. Levy Restaurants has an upscale buffet for all fans in the Dugout Club lounge, all food and sodas are complimentary. There is also an upscale bar and martini lounge that fans will have access to as well. Alcoholic beverages are not included in the price of your ticket. These seats consist of the front part of sections 1-25. Those sections basically circle the infield and dugout. You won’t be able to get closer to the players on the field than with these seats. Count on paying at least $250 per ticket for any dugout club seat.


As you can see, Dodger Stadium has a variety of seating areas to choose from. Remember, the area you choose to sit in will be where you are for the entirety of the game. Security will be checking your ticket frequently at Dodger Stadium. Choose your seats wisely.  

 

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Fenway Park Seating Chart, Home of the Boston Red Sox.

Where To Sit At Fenway Park

Fenway Park is an old time ballpark and it still maintains that ambiance. Built in 1912, Fenway is now the oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball. An old era design brings a ton of obstructed views of the field, seats located at weird angles and a ton of quirky history (the lone red seat, Pesky Pole, Green Monster, etc.) We wanted to breakdown the Fenway Park seating chart in a way that would help fans become a little more familiar with the layout. We'll first start with the bleachers in the outfield.

 

 

The Bleachers

Aerial Shot of the Bleachers at Fenway Park

The outfield bleachers at Fenway Park consists of sections 34-43 and they’re the most affordable seats in the ballpark. They’re a little far from the infield but offer excellent up close views of both the outfield and Red Sox and visiting team’s bullpen. Want to know the weird thing about the bleachers at Fenway Park? They’re technically not bleachers. They’re individual seats just like the rest of the ballpark.

View from the bleachers at Fenway Park

Typically the term “bleachers” refers to metal benches with no backs to them (Yankee Stadium, Petco Park, Wrigley Field). The typical bleacher ticket can be found for $20-$70 depending on the game. For games vs. the New York Yankees, those prices could reach $100+ but so could every other seat in the ballpark.

 

 

 

 

 

Right Field Box

 View from the Right Field Boxes at Fenway Park

The typical right field box ticket can be purchased for $50-$75 at face value. These sections are numbered in sequence in kind of an odd matter but then again, there’s nothing about Fenway Park that’s “normal”. The right field boxes consists of sections 1-8 (closest to the playing field) and 87-97. If you watch Boston Red Sox games on TV, these are the seats next to the Pesky Pole (the right field foul pole). These are excellent seats to catch foul balls and are free of obstructions. The one downside is what you’ll have to pay to sit here. These seats often sale for three times their face value which is $35-$75 per ticket depending on the opponent.

 

 

 

 

 

Right Field Roof Box 

View from the Right Field Roof Box at Fenway Park

The right field roof box seats sit on Fenway Park’s top level on the right field side. They’re right next to the Budweiser right field roof deck and offer one of the best panoramic views of Fenway Park. All of the seats have their own tables for fans to eat at as well as a huge bar and standing room only area at the top. Face value for these seats will run from $35-$75 depending on the opponent.

 

 

 

 

 

State Street Pavilion Club

View from the State Street Pavilion Club at Fenway Park

The State Street Pavilion Club seats are small private sections that are numbered 1-14 and are located above the Fenway Park suites. They extend from left field to right field as well as behind home plate. Each section will come with their own waiter to bring your food and beverages to you. The area will also have bar top seating, access to the club lounge area, cup holders, etc. One thing you will notice about these seats is how much legroom they have. Face value for the regular Pavilion Club seats come at a flat rate of $190 per seat. Face value for the Pavilion Club seats behind home plate come at a flat rate of $228 per seat. All Pavilion Club seats are only sold as season tickets but can sometimes be found on websites like Stubhub.

 

 

 

 

 

 

State Street Pavilion Box

View from the State Street Pavilion Box at Fenway Park

The State Street Pavilion Box seats are the uppermost seats at Fenway Park and are located down the left and right field foul lines. Face value for the State Street pavilion box seats ranges from $63-$117 depending on the opponent. The view from these seats is the exact same view that you will get from the State Street Pavilion Club seats, only higher up. There are no real special amenities that come with these seats aside from access to the pavilion level concourse where you’ll have shorter waits for restrooms and food/beer.

 

 

 

 

EMC Club 

View from the EMC Club at Fenway Park

The EMC Club seats are the navy blue colored seats on Fenway Park’s suite level. You’ll get complete protection from the sun and rain with plenty of small TVs at your fingertips. These are very small sections with only a few rows of seats. There are six EMC Club sections numbered 1 through 6. These tickets are not offered for sale on the regular ticket market; one can inquire about EMC Club tickets by calling the Red Sox ticket office at 888-362-2521. The EMC Club shares a concourse with the Red Sox fans that are in the adjacent private suites. If you sit here, you’ll have access to the EMC Club restaurant but will need reservations on game day. The concierge at the EMC Club entrance will unfortunately be judging your dress code – business casual attire is recommended for the EMC Club. Keep in mind that there are a few obstructions in sections 1 and 6 due to the exterior of the suites sticking out.

 

 

 

 

 

Grandstand

View from the Grandstand Area at Fenway Park

The grandstand seats at Fenway Park are what gives the ballpark such a bad name in regards to its many seats with obstructed views. Rest assured though when purchasing your tickets, they will clearly be marked as an obstructed view ticket so there will be no surprises. The grandstand is the largest seating area at Fenway Park and consists of sections 1-33. The closer you sit to section 20 on the grandstand level, the closer you’ll be to home plate. The closer you sit to section 33, the better of a view you’ll have of the Green Monster in left field. Avoid sections 1-3 in deep right field because you’ll be able to purchase better seats for cheaper by purchasing bleacher tickets. Nearly all of the grandstand seats will be covered from the pavilion level, so you’ll be protected from the sun and rain if you have grandstand tickets. Just make sure you steer clear of the obstructed view seats!

 

 

 

 

Green Monster Seats

View from the Green Monster Seats at Fenway Park

 

Photo of the Green Monster Seats at Fenway Park

The Green Monster seats are the most popular seats at Fenway Park and possibly the most popular seats in Major League Baseball aside from Wrigley Field’s bleachers. They consist of sections M1-M10 and have only three rows of seats. Each seat will have bar top seating for your food and drinks; a very convenient feature. Each Green Monster section will also have its own standing room only area but you will have to hold your drinks and food. The standing room only area costs $30-$45 per ticket at face value. The regular Green Monster seats will range from $120-$240 per ticket depending on the row and opponent. The demand for these seats is always super high due to their popularity and limited supply. This area does see a decent amount of home run balls hit into it but a good number also fly over into the standing room only area and onto Lansdowne Street.

 

 

 

 

 

Standing Room Only

View from the Standing Room Only Area at Fenway Park

There are a number of standing room only areas at Fenway Park. The majority of those sold are for the grandstand level which encircles the main level concourse. The pavilion standing room only areas are along the upper right and left field foul line areas. This particular area is further from the field but is a much more comfortable area to stand in. The Coca-Cola deck is also considered part of the pavilion standing room only area. The Green Monster has its own standing room only area which we just discussed above. You’ll have an excellent view of the neighborhood surrounding Fenway Park but won’t be able to see the deepest parts of the outfield or the balls bouncing off of the Green Monster. The other areas are all in upper right field on the Budweiser roof deck, terrace and roof box area. You’ll be far from home plate but these areas offer excellent panoramas of the entire ballpark.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 View from the Pavilion Reserved Seats at Fenway Park

The Pavilion Reserved seating area only consists of three sections; 16, 18 and 20. These seats sit perched in upper left field for a neat perspective of the Green Monster below. There are no obstructions and you’ll receive a similar view as the State Street pavilion boxes and club seats (just a little further from home plate). The rows are lettered A through J so there are only 9 rows of seats. Face value for these seats will range from $57-$93 per ticket.

 

 

 

 

 

Loge Box

View from the Loge Box Seats at Fenway Park

The loge box seating area consists of sections 98-165. This is the area nudged between the field box seats and the grandstand seats. All of the rows are double lettered; AA, BB, etc. All of the loge seats offer excellent views of the field and are all free of obstructions. Loge box seats will vary in price from $65-$140 per ticket depending on the opponent.

 

 

 

 

 

Field Box

View from the Field Box Seats at Fenway Park

The field box seating area are the seats closest to the playing field and consists of sections 9-82. The number of rows varies from section to section. With virtually no foul ball territory, the field box seats down the third and first baselines are extremely close to the field compared to similar seats in other MLB ballparks. Face value per ticket will range from $100-$170 depending on the opponent. The right field boxes down the right field line (near the Pesky Pole) are a much cheaper alternative.

 

 

 

 

 

 Dugout Box

 View from the Dugout Box Seats at Fenway Park

The dugout boxes at Fenway Park offer a very unique seating experience for Boston Red Sox fans. These seats are directly behind home plate and consists of the first three rows of sections 12-80. The first row of dugout box seats will have TVs in the wall near your knees. Each section will have a wait staff to take care of your food and beverage needs. Food and beverages are not included in the ticket price. Fans, however, have access to the Absolut Clubhouse and private restrooms. Dugout boxes have not always been a premium seating area at Fenway Park; they were formerly just regular field box seats. But designating these premium seats allows for more revenue to be made for the organization. These seats aren’t typically sold on the secondary ticket market. Fans that wish to inquire about them can do so by calling the Boston Red Sox ticket office at 617-226-6311.

 

 

 

 

 

Budweiser Right Field Roof Deck

View from the Budweiser Roof Deck at Fenway Park

The Budweiser right field roof deck is part standing room only and part seating/dining area. The roof deck has 202 seats with a small table for every four chairs; perfect for an outing if you know another couple that are Boston Red Sox fans. All of the tables are shaped like home plate and the chairs have baseball emblems on the seat. All of these sections will be serviced by waiters. The tickets with tables will range from $95-$155 per ticket depending on the opponent. Fans also have the opportunity to purchase the Bud Deck barstools which sit in the very back of the area for $57-$93 per ticket depending on the opponent. There is also a full service bar made available to fans.

 

We hope you're now a little more familiar with the Fenway Park Seating Chart. If you've never been to Fenway Park, it's one of those ballparks that you just can't skip visiting. The place is timeless. Just make sure you see a few other ballparks in person first to build up the Fenway Park experience. Because after one game there, no where else will be able to measure up. 

  

 

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Wrigley Field Seating Chart.

 

Where To Sit At Wrigley Field 

Wrigley Field is the 2nd oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball. Therefore, its construction and dimensions are a lot different than some of the newer ballparks popping up all over the country. With that, many Chicago Cubs fans are probably aware of the many quirky obstructions scattered throughout the ballpark but don’t know exactly where they are.

 

Every seating area is a little different so we’re going to make things easier on everyone and breakdown the Wrigley Field seating chart as much as possible. We’ll start with the dugout boxes behind home plate.

 

 

 

Dugout Box Seats

View from Dugout Box Seats at Wrigley Field

The Dugout Boxes are the best seats at Wrigley Field in terms of proximity to the field. They’re the most expensive premium seats and are called “dugout boxes” because they extend from dugout to dugout in sections 16-25. There are four rows in every section in the dugout boxes. What I like the most about this area is that these are just regular seats with a great view of the field. It’s not a private area with a pre-game buffet, private waiters, private lounges, etc. The Chicago Cubs organization stayed true to old time baseball here.

 

 

 

Field Box Seats

View from the Field Box Seats at Wrigley Field

The Field Box seats consists of sections 101-142. First things first, section 101 is considered the “Family Section” at Wrigley Field which means no alcohol is served and behavior is strictly monitored. The Family Section is deep in the left field corner, ironically, close to the Wrigley Field bleachers where you’re capable of seeing practically anything. Avoid section 101 at all costs; it’s just not worth the money required to sit field level. There are two seating areas that are considered the Field Boxes; outfield field boxes (sections 101-110, 133-142) and infield field boxes (sections 110-133). The only difference is the price tag per ticket – the infield field boxes are significantly more expensive. I have personally sat in the field box seats for a Chicago Cubs game and they were phenomenal. No obstructions, all of the fans and usher were very friendly, each seat had plenty of room for your body. You can't go wrong with any Field Box ticket. 

 

 

 

 

Bullpen Box Seats

View from the Bullpen Box Seats at Wrigley Field

The bullpen boxes are the smallest seating area at Wrigley Field with only five sections and three rows per section. They consist of sections 9-11 and 33-34. Sections 9-11 are adjacent to the Cubs dugout on the third base side. Sections 33-34 are adjacent to the visiting team’s dugout on the first base side. They’re called the bullpen boxes because at Wrigley Field the bullpens are actually to the side of the playing field. Most of the relief pitchers will actually sit a few feet from you making this one of the best seating areas to obtain autographs from players before the game. The bullpen boxes are often the 2nd most expensive seats for Chicago Cubs games aside from the dugout boxes.

 

 

 

 

Club Box Seats

View from the Club Box Seats at Wrigley Field

The club boxes are the seats the closest to the field that aren’t bullpen boxes or dugout boxes. They consist of sections 4-38. Most club boxes have 10 or 11 rows of seats. No bad seats in the club box sections but keep in mind that the ushers always keep this area locked down tight. This is probably the seating area that sees the most foul balls throughout the games. The Chicago Cubs organization utilize a dynamic pricing model, so tickets will vary from $110 to $180 per seat. Well worth the experience if you have that kind of money.

 

 

 

Bleachers

View from the Bleachers at Wrigley Field

The bleachers are widely considered the most popular seating area at Wrigley Field perhaps because it’s general admission meaning there is no assigned seating. Fans that line up hours before the game are able to get front row tickets if they so choose. During the MLB playoffs, however, the Chicago Cubs implement assigned seating. The bleachers are great for college students and younger Cub fans but not elderly fans or fans with children. It’s definitely more like a frat party than an intense baseball environment. However, the bleacher seats don't have backs to them so they can get a tad bit comfortable for a three hour baseball game. Another downside; the bleachers don’t give you access to the rest of Wrigley Field. So if it’s your first time at Wrigley Field and you want to get the full experience; don’t buy bleacher tickets!

 

 

 

 

Budweiser Patio 

View from the Budweiser Patio at Wrigley Field

According to the Chicago Cubs website, the Budweiser Patio gives Chicago Cubs fans the Wrigleyville rooftop experience inside the ballpark. That’s not true. The view and experience is completely different from the various rooftops beyond the outfield. On the Budweiser Patio, there are three areas for three different private groups. Each area has 32 seats and 18 standing room only tickets – accommodating approximately 50 fans.

View from the Budweiser Patio at Wrigley Field

Fans in the area will receive all you can drink alcohol, sodas and food. There are tables for fans to eat at on the patio as well. The prices for a Budweiser patio ticket will vary depending on the game but all will be in excess of $150. Cubs fans will need to contact the Chicago Cubs ticket office at 773-404-4200.

 

 

 

 

Terrace Box Seats

View from the Terrace Box Seats at Wrigley Field

The terrace box seating area consists of sections 205-237. Since the terrace boxes are only the first six rows of every terrace section, you don’t have to worry about any of the beam poles obstructing your view of the playing field. The seats are comfortable and offer just as good of a view as the club boxes; only a little further back. Face value for the average terrace box seats will range between $50-$60.

 

 

 

 

Terrace Reserved Seats

View from the Terrace Reserved Seats at Wrigley Field

The terrace reserved seating area is the area that gives Wrigley Field its bad name with its many obstructed views of the playing field. Any seat past row 7 runs the risk of having a bad spot or two so beware. Most of the terrace sections have between 23 and 30 rows of seats. If your seats are past row 15, the overhang from the upper level will keep you from seeing the scoreboard in center field. Before purchasing any terrace level seat on Stubhub or similar websites, be sure you inspect the ticket listing for the words “limited view”. If you’re looking for a lower level ticket at a bargain price for a big game (vs. St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago White Sox), the terrace reserved tickets can usually be had for much cheaper than elsewhere at Wrigley Field.

 

 

 

 

Upper Deck Box Seats

View from the Upper Deck Box at Wrigley Field

The upper deck box seats offer some of the best views of the playing field in the entire stadium; especially if you buy the infield sections (409-431). The views of the surrounding Wrigleyville neighborhood are also spectacular. If you purchase these seats, you’ll actually be closer to the field than the terrace reserved seats below. These seats are also free of obstructions which is a plus. Most upper deck box seats will range in price from $60-$80 face value.

 

 

 

 

Upper Deck Reserved Seats

View from the Upper Deck Reserved Seats at Wrigley Field

The upper deck reserved seats consists of sections 503-538. Every upper deck reserved sections sits directly behind an upper deck box section. These are relatively small sections with only 9 rows of seats. Every seat will be protected from the rain and hot sun by the overhang. The only bad part about these seats are the beam poles that will obstruct your view of the playing field. And there are a lot of them! Refer to the list below to see where all of the seats with obstructed views are. These are some of the cheapest seats in the ballpark and to be honest, I would avoid them at all costs. The bleachers are a much better option if you see similarities in price between those and upper reserved tickets.

 

 

 

 

 

Seats with Obstructed Views at Wrigley Field

 Obstructed View Seat at Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs.

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The following seats are where you will find the beam poles that act as a support system for the upper deck at Wrigley Field. Hence, there are plenty of obstructed view seats at Wrigley Field which creates a poor fan experience. The instructions I'm about to give you could be very confusing so I’ll try to make it as simple as possible. For every seat you see on the obstructed seat list, try to avoid the same seat in rows behind it as well as any seat nearby. As you can also probably tell, if your seats are below row 5 in any of the 200 level sections, you’ll be free of obstructions.

 

Obstructed Terrace Reserved Seats

Section 202 row 22 seat 1
Section 204 row 15 seat 103
Section 205 row 8 seat 107
Section 206 row 6 seat 101
Section 208 row 6 seat 101
Section 209 row 6 seat 101
Section 211 row 6 seat 101
Section 213 row 6 seat 107
Section 215 row 6 seat 114
Section 215 row 6 seat 9
Section 216 row 6 seat 5
Section 218 row 6 seat 1
Section 219 row 6 seat 1
Section 220 row 6 seat 1
Section 222 row 6 seat 101
Section 223 row 6 seat 101
Section 224 row 6 seat 101
Section 226 row 6 seat 101
Section 228 row 6 seat 1
Section 229 row 6 seat 1
Section 231 row 6 seat 1
Section 233 row 6 seat 1
Section 235 row 6 seat 1
Section 236 row 6 seat 1
Section 237 row 10 seat 6
Section 239 row 17 seat 3
Section 240 row 20 seat 108

 

Obstructed Upper Deck Reserved Seats

Section 503 row 1 seat 12
Section 505 row 1 seat 101
Section 506 row 1 seat 101
Section 508 row 1 seat 101
Section 509 row 1 seat 1
Section 511 row 1 seat 1
Section 512 row 1 seat 101
Section 514 row 1 seat 101
Section 515 row 1 seat 101
Section 516 row 1 seat 1
Section 517 row 1 seat 1
Section 524 row 1 seat 1
Section 525 row 1 seat 1
Section 528 row 1 seat 106
Section 529 row 1 seat 101
Section 530 row 1 seat 101
Section 532 row 1 seat 101
Section 533 row 1 seat 1
Section 534 row 1 seat 1
Section 536 row 1 seat 1
Section 538 row 1 seat 1

  

 

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Yankee Stadium Seating Chart

Where To Sit At Yankee Stadium

Yankee Stadium is the 2nd largest ballpark in Major League Baseball. It also has one of the most extensive premium seating areas in the league so it can be tough for the average fan to navigate and find their way around. We hoped to take some of the difficulty out of that with our breakdown of the Yankee Stadium seating chart. We'll first start with the highly coveted Legends Suite seats. 

 

 

 Legends Suite Seats 

 View from the Legends Suite Seats at Yankee Stadium

The Legends Suite tickets are the most extensive and expensive experience in Major League Baseball. The area consists of sections 14A-27A at Yankee Stadium, many of which sit directly behind home plate. All New York Yankees fans will receive complimentary food and non-alcoholic beverages as well as complimentary parking at the stadium. All of the seats are cushioned and fans will receive in seat service from a network of waiters.

 

The restrooms and concessions are private and upscale with private entrances into the area. Fans have access to three lounges; the Legends Suite club which has two levels, the Ketel One lounge (first base side) and the DKNY lounge (third base side). Each Legends Suite section has 9 rows with rows 2-9 having the best value. If your goal is to see a celebrity or two at a New York Yankees game, this is where they’ll most likely sit.

 

 

 

 

Champions Suite Seats 

View from the Champions Suite Seats at Yankee Stadium

The Champions Suite seating area is the 2nd most expensive seating area at Yankee Stadium and comes with similar amenities as the Legends Suite seats. The main difference is that fans don’t have access to the Legends Suite Club but will have small tables next to a number of the seats. There are only six sections of Champions Suite seats; sections 11-13 and 27B-29 and they all sit next to the field along the first and third baselines. The views of the diamond from the Champions seats aren’t quiet as good as the Legends seats but fans will have access to either the Ketel One or DKNY Lounges as well.

 

 

 

 

Delta Sky360 Suite Seats 

View from the Delta Sky360 Suite Seats at Yankee Stadium

The Delta Sky360 Suite sits right above homeplate on Yankee Stadium’s 2nd level. This area features an outdoor patio with a beautiful panoramic view of the field below and consists of nine sections; 218A – 222. Each section has 13 rows of seats. Like the other premium seating areas at Yankee Stadium, the Delta Sky360 Suite offers a private entrance via elevator, cushioned seats, a wait staff for the entire duration of the game, private restrooms and access to the Delta Sky360 suite area. There are complimentary snacks and non-alcoholic beverages as well as complimentary parking for Yankees fans with season ticket plans for the Delta Sky 360 Suite.

 

 

 

 

Field MVP Club Seats

 View from Field MVP Seats at Yankee Stadium

The Field MVP Club is one of the newer premium seating areas at Yankee Stadium. They’re basically box suites that can hold six to eight fans; similar to what you would find at a horse racetrack. On it’s short list of amenities are complimentary parking, an in seat wait staff, complimentary food and non-alcoholic beverages and access to the Field MVP Club Lounge. The next best alternative to these seats is the Field level seats as they’re called which are sections 103-136 on Yankee Stadium’s main level.

 

 

 

 

 

Jim Beam Suite Seats 

View from the Jim Beam Suite Seats at Yankee Stadium

The Jim Beam Suite seating area is comprised of sections 317-322 behind home plate on the third level of Yankee Stadium. It offers Yankee fans bits and pieces of the other premium seating areas already discussed. All of the seats are padded giving fans a comfortable seating experience. Fans have access to the Jim Beam Suite Lounge and Sony Terrace where they’ll receive free snacks and sodas. The lounge area has upscale concessions, private restrooms and flat screen TVs. The Jim Beam seats are the most affordable club tickets at Yankee Stadium. Most Yankees fans would probably prefer to sit on the stadium’s main level where the tickets cost just as much for a more intimate baseball experience.

 

 

 

 

Bleachers 

 View from the Bleacher Seats at Yankee Stadium

The Yankee Stadium bleachers aren’t quiet as iconic as the Wrigley Field bleachers but they’re a close second in Major League Baseball. Unlike the old Yankee Stadium, the bleachers at the new Yankee Stadium are connected to the rest of the ballpark. If you’re looking for bleacher seats, they make up sections 201-204 and 235-239. Keep in mind that sections 201 and 239 have obstructed views of the field from a number of the seats. The bleacher seats don’t have backs to them so they can be pretty uncomfortable for a three hour baseball game. If you want close proximity to the field though without spending a ton of money, the bleachers are a great value for New York Yankees fans. If you have children, the bleachers probably aren't the most appropriate seating area for them due to some of the language, drinking and occasional violence. 

 

 

 

 

Terrace Seats

View from the Terrace Seats at Yankee Stadium

Anytime you hear the word “Terrace” at Yankee Stadium, it’s referring to the third level of the stadium. The terrace area consists of sections 305-334. The terrace sections the closest to the Jim Beam Suite area are the most expensive terrace seats (314-316, 324-326). Those are the sections with the best views of the infield. The Jim Beam Suites seats are in sections 317-322.

 

 

 

 

Grandstand Seats

 View from the Grandstand Seats at Yankee Stadium

The Grandstand seats are the upper level seats at Yankee Stadium. This is also the stadium’s fourth level. This area consists of section 405-434B. The sections on the Grandstand level with the best view of the field will be sections 419-422 behind home plate. The bleachers, though not as comfortable, will be a cheaper ticket option and will put Yankees fans much much closer to the field for a more intimate experience.

 

 

 

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AT&T Stadium Seating Chart

 

Where To Sit At AT&T Stadium 

AT&T Stadium which opened in 2009, is the most over the top football stadium in the NFL as well as one of the largest. We wanted to give Dallas Cowboys fans a little more insight than just seat reviews when purchasing their Dallas Cowboys tickets in addition to dissecting the AT&T Stadium seating chart. We'll first start with the Hall of Fame club seating area. 

 

Hall of Fame Club

 Photo of the Hall of Fame Club at AT&T Stadium

The Hall of Fame club seats are the field level club seats and consists of sections C109-C112 and C134-C137. All of the Hall of Fame club seats are centrally located directly behind each team’s sideline. Fans will have access to wider padded seats and the Miller Lite Club where they can watch the Dallas Cowboys players take the field before the game. Trying to sneak into these seats? Good luck. The entrances are private.

 

 

 

Founder’s All Access Seating 

Founder's Club Seats at AT&T Stadium

Tickets for the Founder’s area is the most expensive ticket at AT&T Stadium and consists of sections C235 and C210. Fans are granted access to the Founder’s Club which offers unlimited food and beverages; the perfect ticket for entertaining important clients and guests. Fans are also granted access to the Field Level club where you can watch the Dallas Cowboys players take the field before the game. The two Founder’s Club sections also have cushioned seats with more room for your feet.

 

 

Party Pass Area 

Party Pass Area at AT&T Stadium

Most NFL organizations will call this the “Standing Room Only area” and that’s all the Party Pass area at AT&T Stadium is. There are a few major downsides to having a party pass ticket. 1) You don’t have a designated seat and if you find a great spot to stand in, you can easily lose it by going to the restroom and concessions. 2) The prices for party pass tickets are never set in stone so Cowboys fans can likely be gauged depending on the demand of the game. 3) Not every fan will be guaranteed a spot on the rail to see the game as you can see in the photo above. Most fans will be watching the game on the giant AT&T Stadium jumbo screens.

On a better note, Cowboys fans will have access to all six levels of the stadium as well as all of the outdoor plazas. Think you can purchase a party pass ticket and sneak into the regular seating areas? Don’t even think about it. The Cowboys lead the NFL in attendance virtually every season so every seat will likely be occupied. But if you like to eat and drink and enjoy the game day atmosphere, the Party Pass ticket will be good for you.

 

 

 

Loge Seating 

View from the Loge Seats at AT&T Stadium

The loge seats at AT&T Stadium consists of sections 409-415 and 440-446. They’re on the upper level and don’t come with any special amenities aside from the cushioned seats. The loge seats are only the first six rows of the upper level and have perhaps the best view of the jumbo screens in the entire stadium. Above the loge seats is the upper reserved area which will have the same section numbers.

 

 

 

Club Silver 

View from the Silver Club at AT&T Stadium

The Club Silver seats are on the mezzanine level or 3rd level of AT&T Stadium and consists of sections C308-C313 and C333-C338. The view is spectacular and fans will have access to a number of private and upscale lounges, bathrooms and concessions. Like the Loge seats, the best feature of the Club Silver seating area is the view of the jumbo screens where fans can easily keep up with game play and replays. These are perhaps the cheapest club tickets at AT&T Stadium.

The prices for all of these seating areas will vary greatly. Any other section at AT&T Stadium not discussed here is just a regular reserved seat. If you were inquiring about a certain section, be sure to refer back to our seat reviews on the previous page.

 

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Photo of Wrigleyville Rooftops behind Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois.

Photo Source: Chicago Now

Had enough of battling the crowds of 40,000+ at Wrigley Field for Cubs games? Tired of buying seats with obstructed views? Or are you tired of sitting in the bleacher seats with the rowdy and drunk Cubs fans? If so, check out the many Rooftop Establishments across the street from Wrigley Field. Grab a group of friends and rent out the entire roof for the day. Many of them include food and beverage in the ticket price. To book, please refer to the contact information listed. Go Cubs!

 

 

Wrigley View Rooftop

1050 W Waveland Ave  

Chicago, IL 60613

(773) 362-1050

View of Wrigley Field from the Wrigley View rooftop.

 

 

Beyond The Ivy Rooftop - 1048 Waveland

1048 W Waveland Ave  

Chicago, IL 60613

(847) 720-7912

View of Wrigley Field from the Beyond the Ivy Rooftop - 1048 Waveland.

 

 

Brixen Ivy Rooftop

1044 W Waveland Ave  

Chicago, IL 60613

(773) 472-7889

View of Wrigley Field from the Brixen Ivy rooftop.

 

 

 

Beyond The Ivy Rooftop - 1038 Waveland

1038 W Waveland Ave  

Chicago, IL 60613

(847) 720-7912

View of Wrigley Field from the Beyond The Ivy Rooftop - 1038 Waveland.

 

 

 

Wrigleyville Rooftops - 1032 Waveland

3609 N. Sheffield Ave.

Chicago, IL 60613

773-248-7663

View of Wrigley Field from the Wrigleyville rooftops at 1032 Waveland.

 

 

Beyond the Ivy Rooftop - 1010 Waveland

1010 W Waveland Ave  

Chicago, IL 60613

(847) 720-7912

View of Wrigley Field from the Beyond the Ivy rooptop at 1010 Waveland.

 

 

Murphy's Bleachers Rooftop

3655 N Sheffield Ave  

Chicago, IL 60613

(773) 281-5356

View of Wrigley Field from the Murphy's Bleachers rooftop.

 

 

 

Wrigleyville Rooftops - 3643 Sheffield

3609 N. Sheffield Ave.

Chicago, IL 60613

773-248-7663

View of Wrigley Field from the Wrigleyville Rooftop at 3643 Sheffield.

 

 

Wrigleyville Rooftops - 3639 Sheffield

3639 N. Sheffield Ave.

Chicago, IL 60613

(312) 382-9100

View of Wrigley Field from the Wrigleyville rooftops at 3639 Sheffield.

 

 

Ivy League Baseball Club

3637 N Sheffield Ave  

Chicago, IL 60613

(773) 842-5387

View of Wrigley Field from the Ivy League Baseball Club rooftop.

 

 

Lakeview Baseball Club

3633 N Sheffield Ave  

Chicago, IL 60613

(773) 935-1880

Photo of Wrigley Field from the Lakeview Baseball Club rooftop.

 

 

Skybox on Sheffield

3627 N Sheffield Ave  

Chicago, IL 60613

(773) 303-9999

View of Wrigley Field from the Skybox on Sheffield rooftop.

 

 

 

Down The Line Rooftop Club

3621 N Sheffield Ave  

Chicago, IL 60613

(773) 975-5677

 View of Wrigley Field from the Down the Line Rooftop Club on Sheffield.

 

 

Sheffield Baseball Club

3619 N Sheffield Ave, 

Chicago IL 60613

773-841-5387

View of Wrigley Field from the Sheffield Baseball Club.

 

 

Wrigley Field Rooftop Club

3617 N Sheffield Ave  

Chicago, IL 60613

(773) 935-3570

View of Wrigley Field from the Wrigley Field Rooftop Club on Sheffield.

 

 

 

Wrigleyville Rooftops - 3609 Sheffield

3609 N. Sheffield Ave.

Chicago, IL 60613

773-248-7663

View of Wrigley Field from the Wrigleyville Rooftops at 3609 Sheffield.

 

 

 

 

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