Great American Ball Park

"Great...If you don't care to see the game!"

Seat Review From Section 144, Row X, Seats 7,8,9,10
May 2014

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Our seats were 24 rows up, section 144 row X. We literally could not see 40 percent of the outfield. Our view was obstructed by a big round Pepsi sign and the smoke stacks.

I can't believe the Reds sell these tickets at full price. One would think that there would be an asterisk of something of that nature beside these seats on the website warning of an obstructed view, but that is not the case. I was told by my usher to speak with someone in guest services about possibly getting different seats. After standing in that line for about 30 minutes, i was told that I needed to go the ticketing line. Because the game was sold out, ticketing was not able to move us. We were so disappointed.

Not only was our view of the outfield nearly halfway obstructed, we could not see the jumbotron at all. No view of replays, batters on deck, etc. This tickets were CRAP, pure and simple. Must be the worst seats in the house!

Avoid if... you want to watch the game, you are bringing the family, you consider yourself "Big and Tall", you are cheering for the away team, you do not want a sun burn

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