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Homer's Landing at Busch Stadium

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Homer's Landing Seating Notes

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  • Rows in Homer's Landing are labeled A-B

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  • Homer's Landing Reviews

    Great all-inclusive seats

    Mar 2013

    Homer's Landing, Row A, Seat 32

    Homers landing is a nice place to see a game if you dont want to worry about spending money on food and beer - its all included in the price. I paid $90 for my ticket, which may seem high, but its the lowest priced 'all inclusive' area. I certainly ate and drank my ticket price. The seats are on high backed bar stools, with a long bar/table in front, so you dont have to worry about balancing nachos on your lap. Get row A if you can, the view is unobstructed. The right field bleachers are in front of you, but lower, and a walkway directly in front of homers landing is kept clear by ushers. Not the best view of the game, but you can see everything, and there are small tv screens in the area. Food and beer is included, but limited to bud products and soda, hod dogs, bratwurst, and nachos. Bathrooms are behind the section, but easy to get to. Fans were great. People in this section wanted to watch the game and were happy to talk.

    Best seats I've ever had

    Sep 2013

    Homer's Landing, Row A, Seats 36-45

    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 for us to sit on.. We had to "climb up" onto them.

    • Cardinals All-Inclusive Tickets

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      For Cardinals games there are a number of all-inclusive areas located within Busch Stadium.

      The Roof Deck and Scoreboard Patio are two of the larger areas. These sections are located in the outfield and are ideal for larger groups (though individual tickets are occasionally available). Smaller all-inclusive areas in the outfield include Homer's Landing, the MVP Deck, Powerade Bridge and Red Jacket Club.

      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. Ticket prices for most of these sections is comparable, with the Red Jacket Club being the exception. The Club offers premium food selections and an upgraded drink package.

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      (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 abo...

    • "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...

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