If you came here looking for the most detailed St. Louis Cardinals Seating Chart, then you’re in the right place. We will cover everything you need to know about seating Busch Stadium including row numbers, seat numbers, St. Louis Cardinals Seat Views, and where you can find the same St. Louis Cardinals seats at prices 10% cheaper than our leading competitor.
- 1 St. Louis Cardinals Seating Chart with Seat Views
- 3 St. Louis Cardinals Seating Chart with Seat Numbers
- 4 St. Louis Cardinals Terrace Seating (400 Level)
- 5 St. Louis Cardinals Pavilion Seating (300 Level)
- 6 St. Louis Cardinals Loge Seating (200 Level)
- 7 St. Louis Cardinals Field Seating (100 Level)
- 8 St. Louis Cardinals Premium Seats (Cardinals Club and Box)
- 9 Handicapped & ADA Seating and Parking at Busch Stadium
- 10 How to Get Cheaper St. Louis Cardinals Tickets
St. Louis Cardinals Seating Chart with Seat Views
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St. Louis Cardinals Seating Chart with Seat Numbers
The Busch Stadium is set up so that seat number 1 is closer to the adjacent section with the higher section number. For example seat 1 in section “145” would be on the aisle next to section “146” and the highest seat number in section “145” (seat 12) would be on the aisle next to section “144”. The same thing is the case in all of the other sections, so seat number 1 in section 245 is on the aisle next to section 246 and seat number 16 is on the aisle next to section 244. Most rows in the 100s have 8 to 14 seats each. Most rows in the 200s have 16 seats per a row, while many rows in the 300s have 20 seats in a row.
St. Louis Cardinals Terrace Seating (400 Level)
The highest level of seating at Busch Stadium is the Terrace Level, which is made up of sections 428-454. These sections occupy the entire right field line and wrap around to stop just short of 3rd base.
The Terrace Level has some of the cheapest seats for St Louis Cardinals games (especially the seats in the right field), and the views are better than you would expect. The Terrace Level sections have an average of 20 seats per row, with fewer seats in the lower row numbers and more seats in the higher rows. You won’t find any relief from the suns in the Terrace Level and Busch Stadium
St. Louis Cardinals Pavilion Seating (300 Level)
Pavilion Seating at Busch Stadium is just below the Terrace level and wraps around nearly the entire diamond, stretching from sections 328-372. The Pavilion seats are also an affordable option for Cardinals fans, with the most popular seats being along the infield. There are about 20 seats per row in the pavilion sections, although it can vary greatly depending on the section.
St. Louis Cardinals Loge Seating (200 Level)
The 200 level at Busch Stadium has some of the most desirable seats for catching a St Louis Cardinals game. The Redbird Club Seats are the most popular in the 200 level and include the Infield Redbird Club and the Home Redbird Club seats. The Infield Redbird Club seats are located in sections 241-246 and 254-257. The Home Redbird Club seats are located in sections 247-253. Seating in both Redbird Club areas grants access into the actual Redbird Club on the 200 level concourse.
Unlike other premium seating areas (which we’ll cover below) the Redbird Club seats do not include food or beverage. What these do provide is the access to the full-enclosed and climate controlled club, along with more upscale found and beverage options. There are plenty of couches, tables, and chairs to sit at to get out of the sun or warm up on cooler days. TV’s can be found all over the club tuned to not only the Cardinals game but other sporting events as well.
St. Louis Cardinals Field Seating (100 Level)
The 100 level at Busch Stadium has one of the more unique row breakdowns for any Major League Stadium. The row breakdowns in several of the 100 level sections, mainly those along the first and third baselines, have both lettered and numbered rows. These sections may start with row A or D and end in row K, only to then start recounting with row 1 to row 24 (more or less in some sections). We will get into more details about the lettered rows in a minute.
There is a bit of break between these rows which is important to note when you are browsing tickets in the 100 level. The seating in 100 level is pretty shallow, so in some cases it will be better to sit in the first few rows of the 200 level than in the back of the 100 level. The infield seating provides the best views on the field level, and outfield sections (bleachers) will be the least desirable view. However, you will find the rowdiest crowds and cheapest 100 level seats in the bleachers.
St. Louis Cardinals Premium Seats (Cardinals Club and Box)
There are a few premium options at Busch Stadium for St Louis Cardinals games, namely the Cardinals Club and the Diamond and Dugout Box seats.
Cardinals Club – The Cardinals Club is located right behind home plate in sections 1-8 and are the best seats for the St Louis Cardinals. Ticket holders in these sections will have access to the Cardinals Club dining room and lounge, with VIP service throughout each Cardinals game. The dining room provides a pregame buffet (included in ticket price). These seats also provide in seat wait service.
Diamond Boxes – The Diamond Boxes provide a unique view of Cardinals games as they are positioned right behind each teams dugout. Sections 140-145 are right near the St Louis Cardinals dugout, and sections 155-160 are near the visitors dugout. Unfortunately, the Diamond Box seats do not provide any additional benefits aside from the view from the seat. These seats occupy the lettered rows in the aforementioned sections.
Dugout Boxes – The Dugout boxes occupy the lettered rows in sections 132-139 and sections 161-166. no additional amenities are included in the Dugout Boxes, however this is a prime location if you want to have a chance to catch a foul ball. These seats occupy the lettered rows in the aforementioned sections.
Handicapped & ADA Seating and Parking at Busch Stadium
For those who are confined to a wheelchair and/or those looking to attend a game at Busch Stadium 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.
How to Get Cheaper St. Louis Cardinals Tickets
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