Welcome to TickPick’s Cincinnati Reds Seating Chart. Here we will cover everything you need to know before purchasing cheap Cincinnati Reds tickets, including Great American Ball Park seat views, best seats, dugout and bullpen locations, and where you can find the same Cincinnati Reds seats at prices 10% cheaper than our leading competitor.
- 1 Cincinnati Reds Seating Chart
- 3 Great American Ball Park History and Overview
- 4 Cincinnati Reds Best Seats
- 5 Cincinnati Reds Premium Seats
- 6 Cincinnati Reds Sun and Moon Deck Seats
- 7 Cincinnati Reds Seats in the Shade
- 8 Cincinnati Reds Dugout and Bullpen Locations
- 9 Handicapped & ADA Seating at Great American Ballpark
- 10 Cincinnati Reds Player Autographs
- 11 How to Get Cheaper Cincinnati Reds Tickets
Cincinnati Reds Seating Chart
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Great American Ball Park History and Overview
Great American Ball Park is located at 100 Joe Nuxhall Way in Cincinnati Ohio, and is the home of the Cincinnati Reds. Great American Ball Park opened it’s doors in 2003, and replaced Cincergy Field, which was the home of the Reds from 1970-2002. Great American Ball Park has a capacity of 42,319 for Reds games.
Cincinnati Reds Best Seats
The Best Seats for a Cincinnati Reds game are located behind home plate in the Diamond Club or Scout seats. Other attractive seats include Field Boxes along the dugouts, or the Club seats in the 300 level. Finally, sections 408-410 are the all you can eat seats, and although the view isn’t optimal, you can certainly get your money’s worth if you skip lunch or dinner before the game.
Cincinnati Reds Premium Seats
The Great American Ball Park offers a few premium seating options for the Cincinnati Reds. The most expensive seats are those located behind home plate, known as the Diamonds Seats (sections 1-5). These seats include food and drink with wait service, as well as access to the exclusive Mercedes-Benz Diamond Club. The Diamond Club boasts a window that looks directly into the tunnel leading from the Reds Clubhouse to the dugout. The seats directly behind the Diamond Club are known as the Scout Seats. These seats offer wait service (not included in ticket price), and access to Scouts Alley with private concessions and restrooms. Finally, the 300 sections are known as the Club level, with access to the Fox Sports Ohio Champions Club. Amenities of the club include wide selection of food items and unlimited water and soft drinks.
Cincinnati Reds Sun and Moon Deck Seats
The Sun Deck/Moon Deck seats are located in right field at Great American Ball Park in sections 140-146. These are seats for the true Reds fans, and despite the price tag, offer good sightlines for any Reds game. But beware, these are some of the only sections that are always in the sun, so make sure you bring your sunscreen.
Cincinnati Reds Seats in the Shade
If you are looking for seats in the shade at Great American Ball Park, you are going to want to seriously consider the Club Level seats in the 300 sections. Make sure sit above row F to ensure you are not only in the shade, but covered in case of rain. In the other levels, if you sit the last 5 rows you will be sure to be out of the sun. As a general rule, right field tends to be more protected from the sun than left field.
Cincinnati Reds Dugout and Bullpen Locations
The Cincinnati Reds Dugout is located in front of sections 128-131 and the visitors dugout is located in front of sections 115-118. The Cincinnati Reds Bullpen is located in center field near section 101, and the visitors bullpen is located between sections 139-140.
Handicapped & ADA Seating at Great American Ballpark
For those who are confined to a wheelchair and/or those looking to attend a game at Great American Ballpark with somebody who is, there is some important information that you’ll want to know. If you’re seeking ADA or handicapped seating, you’ll find that there are accessible rows at the top of most sections within the ballpark and spread throughout. If necessary, folding chairs will be provided with guests, such as ones looking to sit with a fan confined to a wheelchair. One trick you can use to filter tickets that are handicapped or ADA accessible is by using our “Additional filters +” button on the event page that allow you to select “ADA (wheelchair accessible),” which shows all seats that the seller has marked as handicapped seating.
Cincinnati Reds Player Autographs
Up until 45 minutes prior to game time (or at the conclusion of batting practice), Cincinnati Reds fans have a chance to score autographs from their favorite players. Ticket holders in sections 111-113 and 133-135 will have the easiest time doing so, as these are the sections where the players will be.
How to Get Cheaper Cincinnati Reds Tickets
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