Wrigley Field

"View was blocked by pillar"

Seat Review From Section 206, Row 11, Seat 11
Aug 2015

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Overall view was average, finding seat was difficult as this section was marked as both Section 206 and 207. No Usher was available and someone else claimed half our seats. Fortunately there were empty seats next to us which provided a better view. At one point I thought our tickets could be counterfeit.

Best for... fans on a budget

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