Marlins Park

"Double Railing Means You Can't See Home Plate"

Seat Review From Section 319, Row B, Seats 1-2
Apr 2012

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The original season ticket holder for these seats refused to accept them because you can not see home plate from seat 1. There are two railings in the way which obstruct your view while sitting normally. You have to sit uncomfortably to watch the batter/pitcher exchange. You do have a really nice view of the jumbotron though.

The concessions were average. The nachos had chipotle cheese which is much better than most ballparks. The chicken wasn't very good. Beer is expensive at $9 from the beer vendor and $8.50 at a concession stand. Lines were very short.

Did not use the restroom near this section because it was near impossible to get out of the seats. Though this was seat 1 and 2, these are NOT aisle seats and there is only one way out of this row. You have to climb over about a dozen other seats to exit this row.

Not a lot of leg room in this section, but the seats had a decent angle on them which made them OK for stadium seats.

If you care about watching the game or have any type of anxiety (there are two railings but you don't feel that safe) , these seats have to be avoided.

Avoid if... you want to watch the game, you are bringing the family, you consider yourself "Big and Tall"

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Terrible seats

Apr 2012

Section 319, Row B, Seats 1-2

The seats were decent, but i expected a lot more. Their was no room to be able to possibly get to the restroom, and you were literally forced to look at the railings while watching the game. I really dont recommend buying or purchasing tickets for these seats.

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