American Family Field

"Good overall view of the stadium"

Seat Review From Section 428, Row 11, Seats 9-10
Apr 2014

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Best for... watching the game, fans on a budget, Catching a foul ball

Avoid if... you are bringing the family, you consider yourself "Big and Tall"

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    Solid Views from the Upper Deck

    Jul 2013

    Section 428, Row 19, Seat 20

    I was surprised by how much I enjoyed sitting this high up at Miller Park. Second to last row in this section, but I still had good views of the ballpark as well as the scoreboard. It was also pretty cool to be able to see into the Brewers dugout on the first base line. The sun spent a decent amount of time behind well placed clouds, but if it was a clear sunny day these seats may have gotten a bit toasty. Surprisingly there was a good breeze to keep things cool up here, and in spite of the neighboring sections closer to left field being occupied by countless summer camp kids, it was a quiet, nice atmosphere for taking in a Brewers game!

    • "Excellent"

      (Section 424) -
    • "This section is really relaxed, good for kids"

      (Section 426) - -

      These seats were pretty high up, but that doesn't change the fact that the view was great. We could easily see everything, including the jumbotron in case we missed some small details. The entire 400 level is great for kids. The atmosphere is really relaxed since it's not too full at all. The se...

    • "One of the best upper deck seats"

      (Section 415) - -

      This seat was behind the dugout on the first base side but was up on the highest level. I didn't know what to expect because they looked so high up, but these seats actually provided a great view of the whole field. I was in the 2nd row of the lower portion of the upper deck, but I felt like I was...

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