Coors Field

"Decent Views For Quasi-Cheap Seats"

Seat Review From Section 204, Row 4, Seats 4-6
May 2012

Comments

Wanted to see a game at Coors Field and not pay a ton. Between their bad 2012 start and craigslist, it was relatively easy to find good seats, reasonably priced, from season ticket holders. For Sec. 204-- Pros: good view of most of field, view of mountains to southwest, smaller section with its own, easily accessed concession stand and bathrooms (though it's as easy to get to main concourse). Box office charged $27 for those seats and we got them for $17. Easy access from Park St./parking on the north end of the stadium.

Cons: Sunny, exposed seats for many game times (we accepted the section because it was overcast), concession stand moderately limited and can be slow for cook-to-order/larger orders, no view of last 1/4 of right and right-center fields and out-of-town scoreboard. Some people like to hang on railing-- which sometimes affects the view from the lower-row seats-- before being chased off by ushers.

Best for... bringing the family, fans on a budget, partying/socializing, fans of the oppposing team

Avoid if... you do not want a sun burn

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