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Section 202 at Angel Stadium

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Section 202 Seating Notes

Row & Seat Numbers

  • Rows in Section 202 are labeled A-L
  • An entrance to this section is located at Row L
  • have 17 seats labeled 1-17
  • have 18 seats labeled 1-18
  • have 19 seats labeled 1-19
  • All Seat Numbers
  • When looking towards the field, lower number seats are on the left

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  • Section 202 Reviews

    Comfortable and convenient

    Sep 2014

    Section 202, Row H, Seat 17

    My seat was near the back of the 200 level, so originally I was concerned that the large overhanging club seating deck above was going to be an issue for my view. But it turned out to be great and the overhang only became an issue on extremely high pop-ups and when I wanted to see the secondary video board in left field (which is pretty much cut in half by the overhang). But there are replay monitors mounted to the overhang for additional viewing, and I could still see the larger video board located above right center field decently as well.
    The great thing about sitting here is how comfortable the seats were. The seats could have faced the infield more, but they seemed wide and comfortable, and were very nicely protected from the hot sun by the overhang. A nice breeze came through every so often adding to the comfort, and I was just three rows down from the concourse that was just above the section (which seemed to be just for the 200 level sections). Restrooms and concessions are incredibly close by for easy trips to and from the seats.
    I would definitely sit here again as the comfort, convenience, and overhead protection are tough to beat.

    • Terrace Level

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      On the Angels seating chart, sections 201-230 make up Terrace Level seating. These sections are an extension of Field Level seats (100s sections) and are an excellent way to be shaded while sitting close to the field. There are a number of different price points on the Terrace Level. While some tickets are labeled Terrace MVP, All-Star or Box, they all come with the same set of amenities. Sections near the infield (Terrace MVP) offer the best views and command top dollar. With the Angels dugout near 209-213, these are usually the most sought-after seats on the Terrace Level. In addition to better views, concessions and concourse amenities are concentrated closer to home plate. Finding the Best Seats on the Terrace Level  Each Terrace Level section has roughly a dozen rows with an entrance at the top row. All rows are completely covered and most rows will be entirely shaded during afternoon games. A small walkway separates these seats from the Field Level. While the first row (Row A) has the best views, some fans will find the pedestrian traffic in the walkway to be disruptive. A ticket in a higher row will cut down on the distractions, but the higher you sit, the more the overhang will affect your view. 

    • Recommended For Outstanding Convenience

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      These seats were hand-selected for being close to a wide-range of amenities. They are within five rows of the concourse (fewer stairs) and there is a men’s restroom, women’s restroom and concessions near this section.

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