Cincinnati Reds Infield Boxes

Cincinnati Reds Infield Boxes are the largest seating area on the ground floor of the Great American Ballpark. The Great American Ballpark seating chart shows the Reds Infield Boxes placed throughout both sides of the infield.

Cincinnati Reds Infield Boxes along the third base line are in sections 113 through 121. Cincinnati Reds Infield Boxes along the first base line are in sections 127 through 133. Reds Infield Boxes in sections 113 and 133 reach to field level while all other Reds Infield Boxes occupy the back portions of sections with Reds Dugout Boxes taking up the front rows. Reds Infield Boxes offer great views of the Major League action from seats within mere feet of the field. Fans sitting throughout the Reds Infield Boxes should be aware of each pitch as foul balls and a rare loose bat are legitimate threats to enter the stands near these sections.

See the Cincinnati Reds seating chart and more information about Reds Premium Seating, Reds Dugout Boxes, Reds Infield Boxes, Reds Field Boxes, Reds All-You-Can-Eat, Reds Sun Deck/Moon Deck, Reds Mezzanine, Reds View Level Boxes, Reds Family Section, Reds Terrace Outfield, Reds View Level, Reds Kroger Bleachers, and Reds Outer View Level.

Reds Infield Box tickets are largely sold through season tickets to full or partial season purchasers. Remaining tickets are sold to individual game purchasers at prices ranging between $45 to $60 per game. Since the worst seats within each Reds Infield section are the only ones available for individual game ticket purchase, fans interested in seats closer to the field should search ticket websites for inventory. Front row tickets in sections 113 and 133 are immediately next to the field and command a higher premium than front row tickets in other Reds Infield Box sections.

Cincinnati Reds Infield Boxes

Cincinnati Reds Infield Boxes
View of the Cincinnati Reds Infield Boxes at Great American Ball Park
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