Great American Ball Park

Section 114 at Great American Ball Park

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Section 114 Seating Notes

  • Rows A,B,C,D,E are part of the Dugout Box for Reds games

Row Numbers

  • Rows in Section 114 are labeled A-Z, AA-GG
  • When looking towards the field/stage, lower number seats are on the right

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  • Section 114 Reviews

    Really enjoyed these seats

    Sep 2017

    Baseball Review
    Section 114, Row g, Seat 9

    An aisle seat that is actually turned toward the infield. Cannot see the left field corner. Great selection of concessions at Great American Ballpark.

    Front of sections 113-133 are behind the netting

    Baseball Review

    There is some amount of netting or screening in front of sections 113-133, extending into the outfield. The height and coverage of netting or screening will vary by section.

    • Dugout Box

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      Dugout Box seats are the first five (5) rows along the infield at Great American Ball Park. Being seated near the dugouts provides fans with an exciting experience very close to the field and players. Fans looking for a more comfortable seat will find it here. Seats are wider to give fans more space and padded to make the experience even more enjoyable. Dugout Box Seats Include: Sections 114 and 132: Rows A-E Sections 115-119 and 127-131: Rows F-J Close to the Players  Tickets in these rows are among the best for a Reds game and bring fans closer to the players than anywhere else in the park.  Sections on the first base side (127-132) will be on the home side of the field near the Reds dugout. On the opposite side is the visitors dugout near sections 114-119. All Dugout Box seats are located behind a protective netting so families can feel safe bringing young children to see their idols up close. Club Access  Not only are the seats just feet away from the field, but a ticket in these rows gives fans access to the Scouts Club. Inside the club, fans can enjoy the climate-controlled environment, "grab-and-go" concessions, and private restrooms. 

    • Field Level Infield (Baseball)

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      Sitting between the corner bases on the lower tier of Great American Ball Park is a great place to be for fans that want excellent views of the game. You can sit directly behind the Reds dugout in Row F or Sections 128-130, or opt for the visitors dugout in Row F of Sections 116-118. Foul balls will be more plentiful in the sections closer to the foul poles due to the protective netting closer to home plate. During sunny day games, there will be limited shade in these lower level options. However fans can find some shaded seats at Great American Ballpark in the back rows (EE and higher) along the first base line (Sections 127-133). Seats at the back rows of the first base side will also be close to the entry tunnels at the top of the section, and have good viewing angles to the videoboard above left field. 

    • Ratings & Reviews From Similar Seats
    • "Great location, almost front row watching players in and out of dugout. "

      (Section 131) - -

      My son got lots of autographs about 30 mins pre-game. We were in sun whole time on a hot, hot day with 1:10 pm start. Though sun at your back, not in your eyes. Need to go back to about row we for shade the entire game. It was worth being in hot sun for these great seats.

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