Hey everyone, trying to put together a trip for my birthday weekend to Denver for when the Mariners are playing the Rockies the Saturday of May 19th.  I'm looking for 3 tickets preferably behind the Mariners dugout within the first couple rows.  I know 3 is an odd number to try and get but I was hoping someone out there might have some good season tickets and could help a Mariners fan have a great birthday weekend.  Thank you in advance to anyone that tries to help me out!

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Comment by Mike O. on March 13, 2012 at 10:14pm
I have been to Coors field a few times and will be there the same time your there. It is hard to get those kind of tickets. I have found that I tend to like to wander around and see the stadium from different spots even tho I have been there many times.
Comment by Paula Vaughnn on December 18, 2011 at 1:56am

Check out some of the Rockies fan sites, message boards and blogs: PurpleRow, the RoxPile, Inside the Rockies, or even the Rockies own fan forum message board. You should be able to find a season ticket holder with some great seats who is willing to help you out. Good luck!

Comment by Bill Pritchard (29) on December 17, 2011 at 6:10am

Tara the Rockies put single game tickets on sale since you posted, and the seats in the section you are asking for are $67 per seat. They aren't as close row-wise as you would like, but they are behind the dugout and the ticket system allows you to pick your own individual seats.

Comment by meg minard (30/44/205) on December 9, 2011 at 4:22pm

Check the Chaser Guides link on upper right of this page.  There are some restaurants listed in the review.  The one I tend to go to not listed in that review is Wyncoop's.  It's a two block walk from the left field entrance (across from Union Station). 

Comment by Tara E (20) on December 9, 2011 at 12:22pm

Alright, thank you!

Comment by Craig (17) on December 9, 2011 at 12:15pm

They are outfield seats and only have two. I am confident you could get tickets under $100 per ticket within the first 15 rows. Go through the Rockies directly once tickets are for sale to the general public. If that fails, go throw an online broker. Once it gets closer, let me know if I can help. 

Comment by Tara E (20) on December 9, 2011 at 12:12pm

Where are your friends season tickets located?  I wasn't really looking to spend more than 100-115 per ticket unless they were first row or so.. anything 15 rows or closer is what im really trying to find but I know its going to be a little hard to find 3 tickets inside those rows.

Comment by Craig (17) on December 9, 2011 at 12:03pm

Hey Tara! I have friends with Rockies season tickets but not in that section. I would probably recommend going through a ticket broker if you are looking for that specific area behind the dugout. What is your budget?

Comment by Tara E (20) on December 9, 2011 at 9:44am

Hey thanks! I will definitely let you know if I have any questions!  The tickets don't have to specifically be in that area behind their dugout, just would prefer somewhere in the first couple rows on the infield.  I might have to get some good places to eat from you too! Thanks!

Comment by meg minard (30/44/205) on December 7, 2011 at 6:04pm

Tara - I'm not a season ticket holder (nor do I know anyone with tickets in that area) but I live in the area and frequent Coors Field regularly.  Let me know if I might assist with anything else on your trip to Denver. 

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