Where to sit at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium

The BallParkGuide.com Where to sit at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium
by Malcolm MacMillan
  • Tickets are cheaper in advance
  • Grandstands are best value
Seating at Perdue Stadium is comprised of a lower box seat bowl and general admission bleachers above.

Arthur W. Perdue Stadium gives fans a number of choices when it comes to selecting a seat, but not so many that it's overwhelming to choose where you want to sit. The lower bowl of the park is small and divided into two seating areas, while the upper section is all general admission. A long cross-aisle divides the lower seating from the upper seating.

If you want a close-up view of the action, your best option is a seat in the Reserved Field Box section. These tickets go for $13 and are located throughout the entire lower bowl. The next seating option is the Reserved Box section, which is slightly cheaper at $11 per ticket.

If being close to the action isn't a priority for you, the general admission grandstand section makes up the entire upper seating level (except for an area directly behind home plate). Tickets here cost $7 for adults and $6 for children, seniors and members of the military. Because they're not that far from the action and are significantly cheaper than the box seats, these seats are the park's best value.

Tickets at Perdue Stadium are $1 cheaper if you order them in advance. So, if you have plans to be in Salisbury on a certain date, buy your tickets online for the discount and pick them up at the will-call window on game day.

Perdue Stadium's Luxury Level, which is directly to the left field side of the press box, is an open-air, suite-style section in which tickets are $13.

If you plan to visit Perdue Stadium as a member of a large group, call the ticket office and inquire about the Hardball Caf