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Best seats in Coors FieldOver the next few weeks I will put together a guide to Coors Field and the surrounding area. I will list some of my favorite places to visit before/after/during Rockies games. It will be an eight part series and will cover the following:1. Best places to eat before a Rockies gameThey will all be in a top five or top 10 format and today I will show you where to sit inside Coors Field. It is finally game time and you need a seat, where do you sit? These are my favorites. I like to get into a park and get a good seat for value. We all know you can sit behind home plate and spend plenty of green. Or if you have too much green you can get a suite. But what if you don want to spend an arm and a leg but have a good view? This list is for you.Section 325. You can sit in 325 for $32. If you live in Denver and spend more than $100 at King Soopers, you might be able to get tickets for this section for less than $10. If you can get the first row there is not a better seat in the house. You are on the third deck but I believe you have the best view of the field and if you are in the first row, no one is in front of you and there is plenty of leg room. There is one thing that makes this section extra special the view of the mountains. There is nothing prettier than a night game when the sun is setting at Coors Field. From section 325 you will have the ultimate view of God great work.Section 152. Want a home run ball? Sit here. Players routinely deposit balls into the bleachers in left field and if you sit close to the foul pole you have a good chance to get one of your own. Another tip? Sit in the bleachers for any fireworks game. If you sit in these seats they let you onto the field before the start of the fireworks! I have been on the field a couple times for fireworks and it is unbelievable. That lawn is perfect and the display they put on is second to one the display on the fourth in Washington DC.Section 112. For under $40 you can get right next to the field. If it is a late afternoon game, bring your sunglasses, but you can get much closer to Brad Hawpe for less money. If it is a Sunday afternoon game in July, it will get hot. Fortunately just behind this section of the park there is a large area, in the shade, where relief can be found and you can still watch the game.
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