Wrigley Field

Chicago Cubs Terrace Reserved Infield Seating


Sitting Here for a Baseball Game

We recommend that fans be very careful when looking at seats on the Terrace Level at Wrigley Field. It is easy to get distracted by the great prices for a lower level ticket, however these sections are well known for their viewing obstructions caused by the beams which support the upper deck.

If you can find a seat in the first 6 rows (which are also known as the Terrace Box rows), you need not worry about your seat number as you will be safely below the obstructing beams. But as soon as you move into rows 7 and higher (known as the Terrace Reserved seats), you potentially put yourself at risk of a blocked view. The majority of the beams are located on the walkway aisles of row 6, so we recommend sitting towards the middle of the row if you find yourself in rows 7 and higher.

As you get to the higher rows (15 and above) the overhanging upper deck above begins to drastically minimize your view of fly balls as well as the center field scoreboard and outfield videoboards.

While these seats do come with a good amount of risk in terms of view, they are also among the best places to find complete shade during a sunny day game at Wrigley. Some of the best options here will be the first 6 rows of seating in Sections 210-213, free from obstruction, closer to the Cubs dugout, and very good protection from the weather.  - RateYourSeats.com

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "Perfect view of the field"

      (Section 222) - -

      The view from the seats were amazing. You could see all of the action without having to look around anything. The only problem with the seats was that they were in the middle of the aisle so if you wanted to get up, you had to walk across 10 other people.

    • "Great seats pretty close to home plate"

      (Section 215) - -

      No chance of catching foul balls due to the overhang...but other than that, great seats. Wrigley needs to add some drinking fountains, though.

    • "Bad location"

      (Section 222) - -

      Very bad seats in section 228. In all of that area maybe the first 10 rows are good, after that its a very bad location. You can not see half of the stadium, I will not recommend those seats, pay more to have a better seat.

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