Angel Stadium

Section 129 at Angel Stadium

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Section 129 Seating Notes

Row & Seat Numbers

  • Rows in Section 129 are labeled A-Z
  • An entrance to this section is located at Row Z
  • have 18 seats labeled 1-18
  • When looking towards the field, lower number seats are on the left

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  • Section 129 Reviews

    • Field Level

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      Field Level Seats at Angel Stadium are labeled in the 100s. These are the most popular tickets among fans who want the closest seats to the field. Sections 114-122 behind home plate are a premium seating area known as the Diamond Club. Guests seated here are treated to exclusive amenities and club access. Field Hall of Fame vs. MVP vs. All-Star vs. Box  When looking at tickets in this area, you may notice labels such as Hall of Fame, MVP, Dugout MVP, All-Star and Field Box. The difference between each label is how far you are from home plate and how far up from the field you are. More important than the Field Level label is the side you're sitting on. Most Angels fans prefer the third-base side where the Angels dugout is located in front of sections 110-112. This side also has better views of the videoboard in right-field. Additional Notes Row A is the first row in most sections Row Z is the last row in most sections Ticketholders enter the seating area at the top of the Terrace (200) Level Seats are not covered by the roof Seats closer to home plate are shaded first Diamond Club Boxes are located at the front of sections 109 and 127 

    • Ratings & Reviews From Similar Seats
    • "One of the only OK seats in Section 134"

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      These seats are near the dreaded RF corner where seeing half the field is considered awesome. Row BB is actually the first row behind the wall. The wall is pretty tall and if you have kids, there is a zero percent chance they can see over it. And if you're an adult, there's a very good chance you'll...

    • "So Many Problems - Where to Start?"

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      The Good- Enough legroom to fit a family of 12. The Bad- The seats were super sunny in the early evening. Good luck seeing batting practice or the early innings. The incredibly high wall is impossible to see over unless you stand or are 9 feet tall. Do not sit in the first row here!

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