Tampa Bay Rays Upper Boxes

Tampa Bay Rays Upper Boxes provide a surprisingly good perspective of the Major League Baseball game from some of the cheapest seats in baseball. The Tropicana Field seating chart shows the Rays Upper Boxes in prime positions three rows above the field and between the bases.

Tampa Bay Rays Upper Boxes occupy rows A through L of each of the 15 sections in the top level of Tropicana Field. Since all Rays Upper Boxes are placed between the bases with a clear view of home plate and the pitcher’s mound, every Rays Upper Box ticket provides a good seat. The first rows of the Rays Upper Boxes are fantastic for watching a Major League Baseball game given the cost and relatively close distance to the field despite the height of the upper deck. Mediocre attendance over the past decade has depressed ticket prices for Rays games and the Rays Upper Boxes are among the best values at Tropicana Field.

Baseball fans should examine the Tampa Bay Rays seating chart and consider Rays tickets in the Rays Home Plate Club, Rays Hancock Bank Club, Rays Fieldside Boxes, Rays Lower Infield Boxes, Rays Lower Boxes, Rays Press Level, Rays Baseline Boxes, Rays Outfield, Rays Upper Boxes, Rays Upper Reserved, and Rays Party Deck.

Rays Upper Box tickets are the more expensive option of the two seating areas available on the top level of Tropicana Field. Compare the prices of different areas on the Tampa Bay Rays ticket prices page before making a selection. Also consider ticket brokers and independent ticket websites for a wider selection of Upper Box tickets during popular games. Because Rays Upper Boxes seats are plentiful during most home games, try to purchase Upper Box tickets in row A or row B of any section. These front row Tropicana Field Upper Box tickets are phenomenal values with ample leg room and a clean view of the field for less than the price of a ticket to a movie.

Tampa Bay Rays Upper Boxes

Tampa Bay Rays Upper Boxes
View from the Tampa Bay Rays Upper Boxes at Tropicana Field
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