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"Great Seats for Families and Fireworks"

Seat Review From Section 110, Row 31, Seat 23
Jul 2013


Despite being far down the line and in one of the last rows in Section 110, these seats are actually excellent. Being close to the last row makes it easy to get to concessions and restrooms, while being far down the line gives you a great view of the outfield and of the fireworks if you're on the first-base line.

Being on the left aisle of Section 110 gives a great view of the action at home plate. You're not right on top of the field so the players aren't super-close, but you can easily follow all of the action.

The best part about these particular seats is that they're covered. Covered seating at U.S. Cellular Field usually means upper deck, but these seats were perfectly under the 300 level and were protected from the rain (which it did). Sun was also never an issue and we were probably 15 degrees cooler than seats that weren't covered or shaded.

Overall, for not being very close to the field or in the club level, these seats were awesome!

Best for... watching the game, bringing the family, fans on a budget

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