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Section 429 at Wrigley Field

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Section 429 Seating Notes

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  • Rows in Section 429 are labeled 1-9

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  • Section 429 Reviews

    Knee crushing obstructed views

    Apr 2014

    Baseball Review
    Section 429, Row 3, Seat 7

    This could be the worst seat I have ever been in at Wrigley Field. The view of home plate and batters box is completely obstructed by a support pillar just in front of Aisle 536 Row 1 Seat 1. You can also forget about seeing any action down the right field line as the seats in the 400 level below start to block the view halfway between first base and the right field foul pole. Adding to the list of undesirable features is the protective railing just in front of the seat, which takes away most of the leg room. My right knee was wedged up against the lower railing, making it incredibly uncomfortable to sit normally in the seat. The railing continues in the seats to the right (Seats 8-12), and I hope to never find myself in these seats again for a Cubs game.

    • Upper Reserved

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      The highest seating tier at Wrigley Field are the Upper Reserved sections which includes all 400 sections labeled 403-431. Each section is made up of nine steep rows that sit above the Upper Boxes on the 300 level. Sections are split up into two main groupings.  The Upper Reserved Infield is sections 409-426. Like the name suggests, seats here will have elevated views over the infield. While not the most desirable seats in the stadium, they are more desirable than the other group of seats called the Upper Reserved Outfield in sections 403-408 and 427-431.  Important Seating Information All Upper Reserved sections have poles that create obstructed views for fans in these seats. Obstructions vary by seat, but when purchasing tickets in these seats it should be assumed that a pole will be blocking some area on the field.  The only unobstructed row is Row 1, but these seats are just above the upper level's walkway where fans passing by can be a distraction. The good thing about the poles is they support the roof overhead which provides outstanding shade and cover to keep fans protected. The "L" and "R" designate the side of the field the section is located on. Fans should go up the ramps on the designated side of the field for easier access to their seats. 

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