Positioned on the highest seating tier and down the baselines, the Upper Deck Outfield aisles are often some of the cheapest options for Cubs home games at Wrigley. Closer to the field you will find the Upper Deck Box seats (400 level), while the Upper Deck Reserved (500 level) seats are just above the walkway between the two.
Views of the outfield will be plentiful and watching home runs exit the park from the vantage point of the Upper Deck Box seats is definitely a treat. But in the aisles located nearest to the foul poles, fans may struggle to enjoy all the plays in the infield due to their distance from the pitchers mound.
The Upper Deck Reserved aisles (500s) offer good shade thanks to the roof located above - but they also run the risk of obstructed views due to the beams supporting the roof and stadium lights (fans are advised to sit in the middle of the section to avoid an obstructed view). Upper Deck Box seats on the right field side will have some of the most sun during day games at Wrigley Field's upper deck.