The Blue Jays dugout is located on the first base side in front of sections 100-106 and 200-206. The visitors dugout is located in front of sections 108-110 and 208-210 on the third base side.
The best seats at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium are in sections 104-108 behind home plate. This allows you to get closest to the action and where you may see a lot of radar guns from scouts evaluating pitching prospects. A few skyboxes are available in the press box which have great views thanks to the balcony available on each side.
Seats to Avoid
In sections 101-102 and 110-111, we advise to not purchase tickets in row A. This row is at field level and a chain link fence creates an obstructed view. From row B on you will be fine as the rows are elevated from field level.
There is a small lot available outside the stadium for season ticket holders, handicapped, and team employees. Other parking is available on Douglas Avenue where people charge around $5 to park on their property. Prices vary depending on distance from the Florida Auto Exchange Stadium, but you can typically find a spot just a short walk away for a fair price.
Seats in the Shade
The upper grandstand is covered by a roof that provides shade for the top 6 rows (11-16) in sections 200-204 thanks to the sun being in back of the first base side. This does not pertain to sections 205-207 in front of the box office however. Rows 13 and up in sections 208-211 on the third base side are shaded as well.
Located in Dundin, Florida, Florida Auto Exchange Stadium was build in 1930 and since has been renovated several times, including being completely rebuilt in 1990. Florida Auto Exchange Stadium is one of the smallest ballparks to host spring training games, a lot is due to the fact the stadium is located in a very residential area, just blocks away from downtown Dundin. Florida Auto Exchange Stadium should be on the bucket list for any baseball fan as Sports Illustrated named it as one of the top 5 venues to watch a MLB Spring training game.
The Blue Jays bullpen is located behind right field fence but unfortunately it is inaccessible to fans. The visitors bullpen is located down the left field line.
Dunedin Stadium Ticket Policy
Sellers must disclose all information that is listed on their tickets. For example, obstructed view seats at Dunedin Stadium would be listed for the buyer to consider (or review) prior to purchase. These notes include information regarding if the Dunedin Stadium seat view is a limited view, side view, obstructed view or anything else pertinent.
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