Busch Stadium

Section 372 at Busch Stadium

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Section 372 Seating Notes

Row Numbers

  • Rows in Section 372 are labeled 1-14
  • An entrance to this section is located at Row 3

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  • Section 372 Reviews

    Shade entire time, good view, nice breeze on a hot day

    Jul 2012

    Section 372, Row 14, Seats 7-10

    Our seats were for a family Sunday game (1:15) when the temps were around 100 degrees. The seats were $17 each, came with a hot dog and soda and most importantly they were in the shade the entire game. Now, they were not perfect seats as we were literally the last row of the stadium and could not see most of the plays that took place in left field, but for $17 it was a perfect way to introduce my kids to the my Cardinals. Plus they had a 3 run 9th to comeback and win the game!

    Only if you must

    Jul 2016

    Section 372, Row 5

    Reasons to sit here: they're probably cheap Reasons not to sit here: too many to list The seats are blazing hot. There's a reason the kid next to me has an umbrella open on a clear day. Also, much of the outfield is cut off. I know Matt Holliday is down there somewhere, I just can't see him. The seats are actually covered, but the shade doesn't start until a few rows up. Lots of other great places to sit before settling for these.

    Cool view of the Cards dugout

    Sep 2014

    Section 372, Row 10, Seat 20

    372 is a really good budget section, and this row was nice and covered. So if you desire cheap, covered seats at Busch Stadium, this is a good bet. But with the budget price comes the budget view. You can't see a lot of the outfield and you constantly have to turn your head to see the videoboard. Cool views right into the Cardinals dugout, though. You can see everything that's going on really clearly.

    Nice on the 100 degree day we were there because of the breeze.

    Section 372, Row 14

    My seats were in row 14 (top row of the stadium) and were nice on the 100 degree day we were there because of the breeze. For $17,on a Family Sunday and each ticket came with a soda and a hotdog, it was well worth it. The only real problem was not being able to see the plays in left field. We went to a 1:15pm game and we were in the shade the entire time. If you want a good experience for a little money these are the seats to get.

    • Pavilion Outfield

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      Pavilion Outfield seating is located on the highest tier of Busch Stadium running from the corner bases and wrapping around to the behind the outfield walls. On the left field side, the Pavilion Outfield sections are the highest and furthest seating options as there is no terrace seating on this side on of the stadium.  With 24 rows of seating in these left field sections, fans that prefer to be in the shade will need to be in the last few rows to get any benefit from the small overhanging roof just above the last row. Over on the right field side, Pavilion seating is located beneath the Terrace level sections, with better views than the sections above and just 15 rows of seating, but some of the most exposure to the sun in the stadium as there are no structures above to provide any shade. 

    • Ratings & Reviews From Similar Seats
    • "Shaded and Angled"

      (Section 361) - -

      Top row of one of the farthest sections? Sounds terrible, but it's not so bad. This is the first of the sections that is angled towards home plate. This made for a more comfortable view. Adding to the comfort is that these seats are fully shaded and covered and even had a nice little breeze. I...

    • "Average Seats"

      (Section 335) - -

      Nothing really remarkable about sitting here, though for being this far down the line, they're not too bad. Look left to see home plate and look right to see the scoreboard. Section is slightly angled towards home plate to make it a bit more comfortable, but it's not perfect.

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