Wrigley Field

"New walkway makes access easier!"

Seat Review From Section 232, Row 14, Seat 29
Jun 2019

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Wrigley went under some major renovations after the 2018 season. One of the most interesting ones is that they decided to expand out the furthest 200 level sections to include a new set of stairs. Before this seat in section 232 was flush against the outer-most fence making the seat extremely difficult to get to. Now, I can just walk up a new set of stairs and the seats is the first one in. This is extremely nice for restroom and/or concession access. That said, these seats are still terribly far from the action (debateably the worst with the exception of the bleachers). Still a good spot in the sun if you’re trying to save some money!

Best for... fans on a budget

Avoid if... you want to watch the game, climbing stairs is difficult, you do not want a sun burn

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