Cincinnati Reds Scout Seats
Cincinnati Reds Scout Seats are located behind home plate of the Great American Ballpark. The Great American Ballpark seating chart shows the Reds Scout Seats in sections 122 through 126 averaging 20 rows away from the net behind home plate.
Cincinnati Reds Scout Seats are the cheapest option among the Reds Premium Seating behind home plate. Reds Scout Seats are behind the Reds Scout Boxes and Reds Diamond Seats. All Reds Scout Seats include entry into the Scouts Alley exclusive concourse which provides private concession stands, restrooms, large screen televisions, and multiple couches and chairs. Reds Scout Seat ticket holder also have the option of purchasing tickets to the Fox Sports Ohio Champions Club with all-inclusive buffet and soda.
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 Scout Seat tickets are primarily sold as full season ticket packages with a discount for multiple-year contracts. Scout Seats remaining at the conclusion of season ticket sales are offered to individual game purchasers. Prices from the team are as low as $58 with a multi-year contract and as high as $85 for an individual game ticket against a top opponent. With the bulk of the best Reds Scout Seats sold out for multiple seasons, secondary market ticket vendors are the best choice for quality Reds Scout Seat tickets. Deals under face value are available for many regular season games, but expect to pay more than $150 for a front row Scout Seat during a high-demand game.
View of the Cincinnati Reds Scout Seats at Great American Ball Park