Citi Field

Citi Field Upper Promenade Down the Line Seating


Sitting Here for a Baseball Game

With some of the highest and furthest views in the ballpark, no premium club access, and further positioning from the infield, the most notable aspect to these Upper Promenade seats is the affordable price tag.

Seats near the front of the sections will be closer to the concourse entry tunnels, while those in the very back will have some coverage provided by the small roof at the top of the ballpark. If you're looking to stay out of the sun during a day game, we recommend avoiding the first base side where the sun will be in your eyes the longest.

Unique food and beverage options are more easily found behind home plate on this upper deck, however you can grab a Pat LaFrieda burger from the concession stands near Section 505 (first base side) and Section 523 (third base side).  -

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "Good view of the railing"

      (Section 526) - -

      Avoid the first row. The railing is directly in your sightline to home plate. It's nice that you walk up the stairs and the row is right there, but a higher row would be way better.

    • "Great Seats, Great View!"

      (Section 531) - -

      When they built Citi Field, the view was definitely taken into account. There's not a bad seat in the house. Yes, a small part of left field is obstructed, but that's to be expected sitting in left field. Food is nearby, bathrooms were nearby with no lines, people nearby were fine.

    • "Never A Bad Seat"

      (Section 531) - -

      No matter where you sit, it is always a good seat here. Yes, you can't see a small part of left field, but they were spacious by stadium standards, and had cupholders.

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