I'm going out to visit Coors Field for the first time in September for the Red Sox series. It's the final homestand of the year for the Rockies. I wanted to see if anyone could offer advice as to where to sit? There's limited quantity for seats left through the Rockies, so I am trying to buy early (unless I find a season ticket holder willing to sell). I'd like to hear your thoughts on the best place to sit, or if the sections I was considering are good. The most reasonable ones left on the site are in sections 338 or 323. Thanks for any help.

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Comment by michael schwartz (71) on May 2, 2013 at 9:46am

No matter where you sit, be sure to visit the Rockpile. Real fans and lots of fun out there!

Comment by Bill Pritchard (29) on April 28, 2013 at 5:09pm

I'm favoring the first base side, and thinking of the lower rows, 323 has the best upper seats, but 318 has the best lower ones. I'm down to those, thanks for both of your help.

Comment by meg minard (30/44/205) on April 28, 2013 at 4:48pm

Bill - Both sections are fine. 323 will give you a view of the Rocky Mountains that Tom mentioned. It will also give you a view into the visitor's dugout (Red Sox for your game visit). 338 will give you a view into the Colorado Rockies dugout on the first base side. From both sections you can see the bullpens and out-of-town scores. There are two 'sections' to the three hundred area at Coors Field. The second section (the higher one starts at row 10.) The lower the row number, the better the seat selection.

My favorite brewery and place to visit before the game is Wyncoop - left field exit - walk a block.

Comment by Tom on April 28, 2013 at 5:57am

Sitting anywhere on the first base side in the upper deck will give you a beautiful view of Coors Field with the Rocky Mountains in the background.


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