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Section 207 at Wrigley Field


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Section 207 Seating Notes

Row Numbers

  • Rows in Section 207 are labeled 1-20, 21-22
  • Wheelchair seating is available behind Row 20
  • Entrances to this section are located at Rows 1 and 22

Interactive Seating Chart


  • Section 207 Reviews

    Shady Sanctuary

    Aug 2011

    Baseball Review
    Section 207, Row 18, Seat 105

    Attended Cubs Reds on August 5, which surprisingly ended up in a Cubs win. It was maybe mid to high 80s with some typical Chicago summer humidity. But lucky for us, these seats were in the shade thanks to being under the overhand of the upper deck. The wind was blowing in from the northeast and provided a nice breeze as well. While you might be concerned about following the action down the left field line in deep left field (see photos), the stadium has mounted large flat screen TVs on the ceiling above you which is essentially the bottom of the overhanging upper deck which you sit under here. Also, one cool thing is that you also have a view of the walkway to get to some of the more luxurious sky box suites, so theres a good chance you might catch a glimpse of some celebrities in attendance or even the 7th inning stretch singer as they walk between their sweet and the broadcast booth (we were fortunate enough to see Patrick Sharp, a Chicago Blackhawks superstar who was giving a mid game interview following his 5 year contract extension. Super stoked about that by the way, Sharpy is the man and definitely my Mom's favorite Blackhawk). Sorry, lets get back on track. There was a beer and snack stand maybe 20 steps away that never had longer than a 2 or 3 minute wait. Snacks included soft pretzels and peanuts (no hot dogs, burgers, pizza, or nachos), and beers included Amstel Light, Old Style, Labatt Blue, and Heineken. Only bad thing about this stand is that it is cash only, you have to go down the ramp to the main concourse to pay by card, or hit the Bank of America ATM located at the bottom third of the ramp (service charge for non BOA customers is $2.50). When I ran out of cash, I opted for the ATM since I had been so pleased with the short lines at the cash only stand. Walking vendors were plentiful, water, beer, and hotdogs came by every 15 minutes or so, although no cotton candy or ice cream ever made it by us, leading me to conclude that this section is most commonly frequented by an older crowd. We had a group of women in front of us for a ladies day (maybe 15 of them), which detracted a bit from the enjoyment as they stood up all the time taking pictures and twittering, while having no idea whatsoever that they were blocking our view. But hey, that's Wrigley, lots of people go just to enjoy the historic park and socialize at the world's largest saloon. All in all, you can never go wrong with a trip to Wrigley even though the Cubs as a ballclub have seen better days. I would recommend these seats to anyone other than a family with kids. Enter at Clark and Waveland and you'll have a short walk to the section. Enjoy the shade on a hot day, and hopefully the Cubs will find a way to fly the W flag for you.

    • Terrace Boxes


      The Terrace Boxes at Wrigley are the first 6 rows of the 200-numbered sections and most importantly are the only Terrace seats with no obstructions.   Sitting here, fans will be raised above the main walkway between the Terrace Level and Field Boxes below. Many fans love sitting in these seats due to their elevated views to the field.   When looking for tickets the order of desirability is as follows:   Terrace Box Home Plate: Sections 213-222  Terrace Box Infield: Sections 209-212 and 223-226  Terrace Box Corner: Sections 202-205 and 230-233   What to Consider When Buying Terrace Box Tickets The biggest benefit of buying a ticket in the Terrace Box location is having the peace of mind that your view will not be obstructed by the well known poles at Wrigley Field.  While seats in the Terrace Box Corner are listed last in terms of desirability, many fans would still prefer them over Terrace Reserved seats in rows 7 and above where it is almost guaranteed some part of the field will be blocked.  Another benefit is that all Terrace Box seats - except for those in the Corner - will be under cover and in the shade for day games. The combination of an unobstructed view and protection from bad Chicago weather make these the ultimate peace-of-mind seats. 

    • Terrace Reserved


      Terrace Reserved is the largest seating group at Wrigley Field and is home to the famous obstructed views behind poles. Rows 7 and higher in sections 202-233 are all Terrace Reserved.   While there are still good views and deals in these seats, it is important to know that it is highly likely that some portion of the field will be blocked by a pole. For some seats that is an area of the outfield, and others it is the batter's box and everything in-between.  To avoid the obstructions look at Terrace Box seats located in the first 6 rows of these sections.  The same concerns exist for those looking at concert tickets as it relates to the stage.  Seating Information  Terrace Reserved Preferred seats in rows 7-15 of sections 209-226 will be located along the infield and be the best option of the Terrace Reserved seats.   As you get to the higher rows (15 and above), the overhanging upper deck begins to drastically minimize your view of fly balls as well as the center field scoreboard and outfield videoboards. These seats are referred to as the Terrace Reserved Infield and are some of the worst seats at Wrigley Field.  Moving further out toward left and right field is the Terrace Reserved Outfield location in sections 202-208 and 227-233 which are the outfield version of Preferred seats. In the back rows of these sections are the Terrace Reserved Outfield Corner seats and should only be purchased as a last resort due to their heavy obstructions. Some of the cheapest tickets at Wrigley Field will be in these sections.  Why Buy Terrace Reserved Tickets?    Even though sitting here comes with a good amount of risk in terms of view, they are also among the best places to find complete shade or cover during a sunny or rainy game at Wrigley.   This makes it a good option for families with young children who may not be as frustrated as much by the obstructions.   Many fans also notice the lower price tags in these sections especially near the outfield making them ideal for any fans looking to attend a game or show at Wrigley while on a budget. 

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