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What does 'no club access' mean on Jim Beam Suite tickets in row 8?

I am looking at purchasing tickets in the Jim Beam Suite Row 8. What does this mean? What do we not have access to?

Jul 2015

Answered by Steve at RateYourSeats.com...

Jim Beam Suite tickets are located on the Terrace Level of Yankee Stadium behind home plate. Most of these sections feature seven rows of seating followed by a wheelchair-accessible row labeled 8WC (the exception is 320B which has 10 rows of seats).

Jim Beam Suite wheelchair row
The last row of Jim Beam Suite sections, Row 8WC, does not receive club benefits and amenities

Because Row 8 is where the Yankees often place fans with accessible seating needs, it is technically not a part of the Jim Beam Suite and is not afforded the same amenities as rows 1-7. Thus, fans in the last row will not have access to the indoor club, wait service or complimentary drinks and snacks.

Some fans with a row 8 ticket have had success in getting into the indoor club, but it should not be expected in all circumstances.

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