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Fenway Seating

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Fenway Seating

Help please

We are booking tickets for the Yankees @ Red Sox so there is not much choice left

Which would you choose?

Infield Grandstand 29,30,31

OR

Right Field Box 97, 95

OR

Bleacher 41,42 (row 2)

Thank you !

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1. Re: Fenway Seating

Check out preciseseating.com. Key in the particulars as to section, row, seat. It gives you a pretty good overview of what you are purchasing.

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2. Re: Fenway Seating

For grandstand seats you need to be careful because poles can block your view.

Right field box seats - you will have to turn your head to the left the whole game.

And as for bleachers, Row 2, you just need to see if there is a walkway advisory.

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3. Re: Fenway Seating

Infield Grandstand 29,30,31 for sure.

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4. Re: Fenway Seating

Infield Grandstand without a doubt. Any of those sections. Just make sure tix don't say "obstructed view."'

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5. Re: Fenway Seating

What's a walk way advisory? Arnt bleachers better than grand stands?? The seats I was looking at it looked like you had to look thru a big boxed type section???

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6. Re: Fenway Seating

Yeah, that walkway advisory is very sketchy to me. Never heard of it! Can anyone comment on some good middle of the road tickets?

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7. Re: Fenway Seating

For the lower rows of sections, there are walkways that go right in front of you so people walking there will block your view - hence the walkway advisory.

For your seats, I would go with either the LF grandstand seats or the bleachers depending on what row you can get in 29-31

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8. Re: Fenway Seating

In certain areas of Fenway there are walkways for people to get to seating. These walkways are constantly busy throughout the entire game, with a steady stream of people getting beer, walking to the bathroom, and vendors hawking food. If you are sitting in the row which is facing one of these walkways, your view of the game will be obstructed by this constant stream of people who are walking pretty much in front of your seat for the entire game. It is incredibly annoying, and I'd strongly advise against any seating where this is the case.

Right Field box seating in those sections (95,97), as mentioned, will require you to have your head turned to the left for most of the game. Although, those sections are not as far to the right as some others. They are a bit further down the base line, somewhat closer to First Base, so the view isn't as horrible, and you won't have people walking in front of you.

Over all though, I'd go for the Grandstand as long as they aren't marked as obstructed view.

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