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Section 103 at Guaranteed Rate Field

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Section 103 Seating Notes

  • Rows 24-28 are recommended for outstanding convenience
  • Related Seating: Outfield Reserved

Row & Seat Numbers

  • Rows in Section 103 are labeled 1-28, WCH
  • An entrance to this section is located at Row 28
  • have 17 seats labeled 1-17
  • have 18 seats labeled 1-18
  • have 19 seats labeled 1-19
  • All Seat Numbers
  • When looking towards the field, lower number seats are on the right

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  • Section 103 Reviews

    Better than expected

    May 2019

    Section 103, Row 1, Seat 4

    I took these seats in hopes the White Sox would actually improve the next few years. That will remain to be seen. Uhh.. Anyway with the number of people actually attending games with season tickets I've had a package long enough that front row was an option. These seats will not blind you with the sun like 157-159 will. I've been there needed to move. These seats aren't the cheapest in the lower level either. Row 1 you can get a clear idea if the ball is going out of the park. You can still get a good view of what's going on at the plate even if you are in the outfield. There is probably a 3 foot gap from the fence to your seat where you can look down on the patio. A previous comment had me concerned of poor language in the area because of the patio. I completely disagree. Even with the number of fans in the stands, not many, you could not hear anything from the patio and it's no different than any other location that I've sat in. I have two children whom don't always pay complete attention to the game. I would suggest making sure you do in this area as home runs do come in this area. The bathrooms are just up the steps with easy access. Food is convenient. The kids zone is a little further walk than what I previously had but still easy to do and a nice place to escape to when the play on the field is awful. I was a little saddened because you can't see the whole giant screen and if the scoreboards aren't working on the ticker you don't know the score if you missed something but for row 1, I'll look on my phone if I missed something. If you get there late because of the massive amounts of fans getting in the game you are close to the gate. I would highly recommend these seats but don't steal mine.

    Cellular field was great. You are able to see the whole field.

    May 2012

    Section 103

    • Outfield Reserved

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      Reserved seating in the outfield comes with quick access to the 100 level outfield concourse. The concourse includes the famous shower in center-field and well-stocked beer stands in left and right-field. The White Sox bullpen is in front of sections 157-158,, while the visitor's warm up near 104 and 105.

      Beware of seats in 157-159 for afternoon games. These sections see more sun than anywhere else in the entire stadium. Because the bullpens are in the best home run areas, the best chance to catch a home run ball at a White Sox game is in section 159 for right-handed batters and 103 for lefties.

    • Recommended For Outstanding Convenience

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      These seats were hand-selected for being close to a wide-range of amenities. They are within five rows of the concourse (fewer stairs) and there is a men’s restroom, women’s restroom and concessions near this section.

    • Ratings & Reviews From Similar Seats
    • "Make sure to wear sunscreen!"

      (Section 159) - -

      Crowd is a little rowdy. This was an afternoon game and we were in the sun the whole time (read: burned!). If you are attending a game in late August here, make sure to wear sunscreen!

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