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  • Coca Cola Scoreboard Patio Reviews

    Fantastic All-Inclusive Amenities!

    May 2015

    Coca Cola Scoreboard Patio

    If you like all-in tickets with food and beer included and close, semi-private restrooms, these are great! The view, as expected is not the best, but you can see the whole field. It's just that home plate is about 500 feet away. For a 7:00 game in early May, these were bright and sunny for about the first three innings. Don't be like me and forget your sunglasses! The Patio is usually reserved by groups, and they're perfect for that. Ledges for every seat, a large area to congregate and enjoyed by those who really didn't even care much for the game. Note, getting to the Patio required a walk up about 20 steps. You only have to do it at the beginning and end of the game (food and restrooms are all up the steps), but I'm not sure if the seats were accessible another way. Pro tip: the nachos and brisket are sub-par individually. But cut up the brisket, put it on the chips, top with the nacho cheese and you've got the best snack in the park!

    • Cardinals All-Inclusive Tickets

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      For Cardinals games there are a number of all-inclusive areas located within Busch Stadium. All-inclusive areas provide fans with complimentary food, beer and soft drinks. Food options are typically buffet-style and commonly include ballpark fare and local favorites.  Service begins when gates open 90 minutes before game time during the week and 2 hours for weekend series. Coca-Cola Areas  The Roof Deck, Scoreboard Patio, and the Powerade Bridge are located throughout the outfield and make up the Coca-Cola Areas. Tickets in these locations are reserved and seated along a railing overlooking the outfield. Freese's Landing  New in 2022 is Freese's Landing (formerly Homer's Landing). Seats here are located just steps away from where Cardinals' legend David Freese hit his historic walk-off home run in 2011. MVP Deck  The MVP Deck has two rows of covered, open air seating in left center field. Fans will love the elevated view along with all the food and drink that comes with a ticket.  Red Jacket Club  Ticket prices for most all-inclusive areas at Busch Stadium are comparable, but the Red Jacket Club is an exception. The club is climate-controlled and offers premium food selections which includes mixed drinks, wine, and premium beer options. Left Field Landing  One of the only field level all-inclusive areas at Busch Stadium is Left Field Landing. Seating is outdoor and located near the left field corner behind section 169. More Standard Stadium Clubs  Cardinals Club (Green Seats) Champions Club National Car Rental Club Commissioner's Box Party Suites 

    • Ratings & Reviews From Similar Seats
    • "Great place to relax and watch with friends"

      (Coca Cola Rooftop Deck) - -

      One thing the Cardinals did well with the new stadium is the all-inclusive sections. These seats are right on top of the center field batter's eye, so you can see everything, but you are a long way from home plate. All seats in this section are high backed bar stools in front of long tables facing t...

    • "Best seats I've ever had "

      (Freese's Landing) - -

      We had the best seats. No one sitting or standing in front of us. Food was aailable right behind us. Restrooms were right outside the entrance to our section. We could see everything going on on the field. The only thing about the seats were that they were metal and they were a little too tall ...

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