Where to sit at Frontier Field

The BallParkGuide.com Where to sit at Frontier Field
by Malcolm MacMillan
  • Lower section just $1.50 more expensive than upper
  • Grass berms in both corners
An open concourse runs between the two levels of seating at Frontier Field. Both levels feature fold-down box seats.

Frontier Field, like other International League parks, has two levels of seating divided by a concourse that runs nearly from foul pole to foul pole. These two decks are divided into three price zones -- the lower deck, called Premium, costs $10.50 a ticket. The middle price zone, called Upper, runs roughly from the edge of the outfield behind first base to the edge of the outfield behind third base and is in the second deck. Upper tickets cost $9. The third zone, Reserved, has two second-deck sections on either end of the Upper zone, as well as the top several rows around the second deck for $6 a ticket.

While the Frontier Field price range isn't significant, the Premium section is certainly the way to go if you enjoy being close to the action. For just $1.50 more than a seat in the second deck, you can get extremely close to the fence, which doubles as useful for pregame autographs and the chance to grab a foul ball during the game. The four total sections in the Reserved price are also appealing; for $6, you can sit in the corner outfield sections and enjoy a clear view of the entire stadium. These sections, especially up high, are typically fairly empty, and may be favorable if you enjoy limited crowds and distractions.

If you'd rather lounge on the grass, Frontier Field has grass berms in both outfield corners. A covered picnic area lines the third base side in the outfield.