Great American Ballpark Seating Chart
Located below is the new Great American Ballpark seating chart.
There are 4,235 club seats and 63 suites at the Cincinnati Reds stadium.
Club level seats are in the 300 level. While there are outdoor seats to sit in, you can also sit inside an air conditioned area with bar stools against the windows that look out over the stadium and other comfortable couches and chairs to lounge in as well.
This level has its own concession area, but the prices here are a couple of dollars more than they are elsewhere in Great American Ballpark.
In the upper-deck, there is a 35-foot-wide break in the stands between home plate and third base called "The Gap". The seats between "the gap" are bridged by the concourse (see below section 419/420 and section 519/520).
It was designed that way to provide views into the stadium from downtown and out to the skyline from within the park.
If you like the sun, seats along the third base side get the most afternoon sun. If you like the shade, the top eleven rows of the upper-deck offer relief from the sun and shelter from the rain.
If you'd like to watch the boats go up and down the river, seats along the third base side give you a straight-ahead view, while seats in section 533-536 will give you a closer view.
Get more information and find the best deal on shaded seats for your trip to the Cincinnati Reds stadium here and avoid people blocking your view of the game using the stairs.
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