Citi Field

Section 128 at Citi Field

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Section 128 Seating Notes

Row Numbers

  • Rows in Section 128 are labeled A-E, 1-33
  • An entrance to this section is located at Row 33

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  • Section 128 Reviews

    Up Against A Wall

    Jun 2016

    Section 128, Row 27, Seat 9

    At Seat 9 I was right up against a wall in Section 128 Row 27. Views to the field were decently clear for the most part, although I could not see the visitors dugout or deep in the left field corner. So while the wall just to my right didn't terribly limit the view, it was still a bit distracting at times. Getting in and out of the seat was tough as there was only one aisle to use, located to the left of Seat 1. The seats were just barely under cover from the deck above, however there was a good amount of shade throughout the mid June day game.

    Front of sections 107-128 are behind the netting or fencing

    There is some amount of netting or screening in front of sections 107-128. The height and coverage of netting or screening will vary by section. The netting extends from sections 111-124, and there is a protective fence that extends down the right and left field lines until sections 107 and 128.

    • Baseline Club

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      Located near the foul poles on the lower level, the Baseline Club sections will provide most fans with numerous club lounges to visit during a trip to Citi Field for a Mets game. Baseline Gold and Baseline Silver seats are located in Sections 107, 108, 127, and 128. Fans seated here will typically have access to the Piazza 31, Jim Beam Highball, and Metropolitan Grille club lounges for Mets games.  Baseline Box seats are found in sections 104-106 and 129-132, and feature similar club access. Note: Club access can vary depending on the seller's ticket plan. See any seller notes for specific access details. Views from Baseline Club Seats  Seating in the Baseline Club Seats do not offer the best views at Citi Field, being in the corner near the foul poles. However, sitting in the first few rows in sections 107 and 128 will get fans closer to the field and offer a better view of the action than other sections in the Baseline Club.  Fans sitting in sections 104 and 132 will have good views of any balls that go into the outfield and will be able to tell right away if the ball is fair or foul. 

    • Recommended For Visiting Team Fans

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      Impressive proximity to the field. Good angles to the visiting team dugout

    • Ratings & Reviews From Similar Seats
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      Tough to beat row 23 in any 100 level section. This row is elevated over the low rows for a more comfortable view. Section 110 is beyond the infield, but this section is angled toward home plate. Makes seeing most of the action a lot easier, though you do have to turn to see scoreboard clearly. ...

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