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posted by Frank on February 20th, 2009 at 9:26 AM

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We have worked to provide the most accurate seating information for Fenway Park.  We are very interested in hearing about your experience using the site.  Please leave your feedback here for others to read.  We are open to any corrections that need to be made and will be posting update information from time to time.  Click the "Read More..." link to view a history of update information and fan feedback.

last edited on August 12th, 2010 at 6:34 PM

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Precise Seating says:

Hi Barry,

Thanks for asking about the row height info. In Bleacher section 42, starting with row 6, every 4th row has a HIGH row height increase. Rows with a HIGH increase mean that they are more than 1 foot increase from the previous row. These rows do not have any issues for kids or adults attempting to see over heads of tall folks sitting in the row just in front of them. Other rows in the Bleachers are marked MEDIUM (more than 6 inches but less than 1 foot) or LOW (less than 6 inches) and do have some issues with people sitting in front. An adult has very few issues with a MEDIUM height row but a 12 year old kid will struggle a little more. The problem increases for LOW height rows.

Most but not all of the Bleacher sections have a similar arrangement where every 4th row is a HIGH row height.

Hope that answers your question.

Frank

September 7th, 2017 at 9:20 AM

Barry says:

Bleachers question. I know most row heights are low to medium increase in the bleachers but there are also some rows that have a higher elevation over the previous row. Bleacher 42 Row 30 is identified as a high row increase so does that mean that is one of those rows that ate elevated even higher than the other rows? Thanks for any reply.

August 29th, 2017 at 12:46 PM

Precise Seating says:

Grandstand Section 33 is no longer accurate regarding the pole obstruction. The obstruction has moved over slightly. The pole between section 32 and 33 was replaced recently and we missed this update. The Red Sox must have replaced the pole and slightly moved the location of the pole causing our maps to be inaccurate. We will work to update section 33 and recalculate the obstructed view from each seat in that section. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Frank

August 4th, 2017 at 9:53 AM

Precise Seating says:

More Red Sox summer tickets go on sale tomorrow, Saturday Jan 28th.

January 27th, 2017 at 8:58 AM

Precise Seating says:

This Saturday, December 10th at 10am, tickets for the 2017 season will go on sale.

December 8th, 2016 at 7:13 PM

Precise Seating says:

Netting changes for Dugout and Field Box seats were added back in April.

December 8th, 2016 at 7:10 PM

Precise Seating says:


Pavilion Reserved 20 has been added with pictures and obstruction information.

September 12th, 2015 at 9:13 AM

Precise Seating says:

Bleacher section 34 has been updated so that all the new seats are represented. The camera station is no longer an obstruction.

August 28th, 2015 at 4:35 PM

Precise Seating says:

Bleacher section 40 has been updated to include Jumbotron obstructions.

August 28th, 2015 at 4:10 PM

Precise Seating says:

Just want to take this opportunity to thank all those that make use of our affiliate links when purchasing tickets. We greatly appreciate it. It is the only means we have to keep the site up and running.

Thanks for supporting us!
Frank

May 16th, 2015 at 7:39 AM

Precise Seating says:

Right Field Box 1 has been updated with pictures from seat 1 in every row.

March 3rd, 2015 at 8:46 PM

Precise Seating says:

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March 3rd, 2015 at 7:33 PM

Precise Seating says:


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May 1st, 2014 at 10:02 PM

Precise Seating says:


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May 1st, 2014 at 10:00 PM

Precise Seating says:


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April 29th, 2014 at 6:35 PM

Precise Seating says:


Red Sox vs Yankees, 3 game series at Fenway park on Tues, Wed and Thurs. There are still many good options for tickets under $100 on Ace Ticket and TicketLiquidator.

Frank

April 21st, 2014 at 9:04 PM

Precise Seating says:


Minor updates made for some seat renumbering in Grandstand sections 25 and 26.

April 5th, 2014 at 11:12 AM

Precise Seating says:


Opening Day tickets are available. Dress warm.

Frank

March 31st, 2014 at 8:37 PM

Precise Seating says:

Minor updates made to Grandstand section 33 and Loge Box section 165. Some missing seats were added.

Frank

March 31st, 2014 at 8:35 PM

Precise Seating says:


Green Monster seats for April and May go on sale Tuesday at Noon.

See www.redsox.com for details.

Frank

March 14th, 2014 at 4:59 PM

Precise Seating says:

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March 8th, 2014 at 6:48 AM

Precise Seating says:


Red Sox summer game tickets will be available starting today at 10:00am. See www.redsox.com for details.

Frank

January 25th, 2014 at 11:22 AM

Precise Seating says:

Frozen Fenway tickets are available for Jan 2014 games.

Frank

January 2nd, 2014 at 12:22 PM

Mark says:

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December 30th, 2013 at 8:51 PM

Precise Seating says:

2014 Red Sox Tickets go on sale today at 10:00am. Select single game tickets and Sox Pax. See www.redsox.com for details.

Frank

December 14th, 2013 at 7:40 AM

Mark says:

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October 22nd, 2013 at 12:14 PM

Precise Seating says:

Todd,

The Loge Box seats are definitely the best option. You're close to the field and home plate. The row height is Medium which will help your son but you may still consider boosting him up a little bit. The only minor problem is that the pole holding the edge of the netting will be slightly behind the batter and cause a very minor annoyance.

The Right Field Box 2 has a Low row height increase which will be harder on your son and it's a good distance from home plate. It is fairly close to the field but definitely the least of the 3 options.

Right Field Box 8 is close to the infield and there's a nice view from there. Again the row height is Low so you'll need to find a way to boost up your son.

Hope that helps,
Frank

October 16th, 2013 at 10:17 PM

Todd says:

Headed to Boston for game 6 with my 10 yr old son... if its played. Have options at Loge Box 136 Row CC, seats 1-2; RFB 2 Row L, seats 11-22, and RFB 8 Row G, seats 1-2. He's a little guy so somewhat worried about views. Any thoughts on tradeoffs / recommendations? Awesome website.

October 16th, 2013 at 6:01 PM

Precise Seating says:

Ed,

I have to agree that the Pavilion Box is a great place to sit especially for kids. The crowd is a little more civil and there is clear view to the field for any age.

It is a bit further away and I also prefer the front row Grandstand because of the viewing perspective and the closeness to the field.

Frank

September 24th, 2013 at 6:36 PM

Ed says:

Hi Frank,

Quick feedback on Pavilion Box 4, row A, seats 1-3. Took both kids (12 and 7) to Saturday afternoon game vs. Yankees. Kids loved the view, and the pavilion box is excellent for young kids because of the good row height, no issues seeing over heads. Being in row A, with the fence in front, was especially good because the 7 year old could stand up when he got fidgety and lean on the railing.

Great perspective on the entire playing field and the city skyline. These seats are also shaded, although it didn't matter on that day since it was cool.

Bathrooms and snacks are very accessible, another plus.

PA is more tolerable also there--my family has found the music to be way too loud when sitting in the grandstands, probably because of the roof over you, to the point where it's hard to even converse.

A couple downsides to the pavilion box--you're a bit far away from the field, not too bad but you certainly can't see the player's facial expressions very well. And more subtly, the "feel" is different with the crowd--they seem less engaged overall, more focussed on the food or fiddling with their cellphones. There are fewer kids and families than down in the grandstand. An older couple next to us left in the 6th inning (it was a good game, Sox were winning but not by a huge margin), and there were a lot of empty seats by the ninth. This isn't unique to the pavilion, of course, but it seemed more pronounced up there.

Overall, I prefer the front few rows of the grandstand but pavilion box has some real benefits, especially for younger kids.

September 20th, 2013 at 11:00 AM

Precise Seating says:

Seating Update:

All Field Box seats now have an Aisle indicator to show which seats are aisle seats. This is found on the Seat Information page.

Frank

September 13th, 2013 at 5:38 PM

Precise Seating says:

Seating Updates:

All Loge Box seats now have an Aisle indicator to show which seats are aisle seats.

Grandstand 33 row 6 seat 13 has been added.

Frank

September 13th, 2013 at 7:41 AM

Precise Seating says:

Ed,

Well done. Loge Box 151 is a fantastic seat.

Thanks for coming back and providing feedback on your experience. It's nice to get another perspective.

Frank

September 10th, 2013 at 7:08 PM

Ed says:

Frank,

Just wanted to follow up on my experience with kids and SRO (1st base pavilion). I took my 12 year old son to see the Sox play the Yanks on a Saturday afternoon in July. I could see fine but he didn't always have a clear view of the pitcher and/or batter. He also got tired of standing fairly quickly (we arrived when gates opened and were down on the field during bp, so he had been on his feet a while).

There were some empty folding chairs in the spaces between sections, with a clear view, but unfortunately we had a "palace guard" usher who chased him away when he tried to sit there.

After the second inning we decided to take a chance and find some empty seats down in the lower level. Ended up in loge box 151, row HH, which gave him an excellent view of the game despite the low row height.

Bottom line, I would confirm your advice that SRO doesn't work for kids.

September 10th, 2013 at 10:57 AM

Mark says:

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September 4th, 2013 at 2:34 PM

Precise Seating says:

Jason,

No problem, feel free to ask as many questions as you like. Pavilion Club row 2 is very nice and probably worth the extra $25. I guess you'll need to decide on how much you can afford. With only 1 row between you and the edge of the balcony you'll notice a big difference and feel like you're close to the game. I sat there with my daughter in the late innings when the Red Sox had basically won the game and many people had cleared out. I was impressed at how much of a difference it made. Fantastic view.

Frank

August 13th, 2013 at 9:36 PM

Jason says:

Frank, thanks again - not sure if you're still checking, but I'm having another idea. Pavilion Club Row 2 for $25 more a ticket over the box row a. Hate to keep asking you - is it worth the extra? THANKS A LOT for everything.

August 12th, 2013 at 9:51 PM

Precise Seating says:

Jason,

Pavilion Box row A is a very nice place to sit. Seat 1 has a minor Plexiglass issue (see picture on the website) but otherwise, those seats are the best option of the 3 that you listed.

Frank

August 12th, 2013 at 8:30 PM

Jason says:

Thanks Frank. I didn't see your response sooner and thought people might drop the prices somewhat. No luck there and I lost out on the seats. Now I'm looking at Pavilion Box 12, row A for the same price as the previous tickets. Not Club.

August 12th, 2013 at 3:55 PM

Precise Seating says:

Jason,

RF Roof Box 23 row B is far better than RF Box 89 row FF. First, Roof Box 23 is the first Roof Box section and this puts you fairly close to the infield, even though it's still in the outfield. You'll like the view from the upper deck and the seating is very comfortable with a high row height increase so there's no issue with heads from the row in front of you. Row B is nice just puts you that much closer.

Right Field Box 89 is more than 100 feet further away, about equal to sitting in the Bleachers but maybe a little better, and has low row height increase meaning there could be problems seeing over heads. You'll still enjoy the game from there but will not have a great view of the infield like you would from the RF Roof Box.

Frank

August 6th, 2013 at 9:25 PM

Jason says:

Trying to get tickets for the Sox/Yanks next weekend. Two top options for me are either RF Roof Box 23 row B or RF Box 89 row FF. Price diff is $40. Trying to keep prices down while still getting the best bang for my buck. Thoughts?

August 6th, 2013 at 10:53 AM

Precise Seating says:


Just want to thank all of you that make use of our links when purchasing tickets. It helps us a great deal as this is our only means of income aside from donations.

Thanks for supporting us!
Frank

July 24th, 2013 at 9:25 AM

Precise Seating says:

Derrin,

Those would be nice seats. You'll be about 230 feet from home plate with a bird's eye view of the field. There's a minor obstruction of the Left field corner but nothing to worry about. There's a plexiglass warning for seat 1 only in Row A. You'll be able to see all of this by entering some seat numbers in on our site. Let us know if you need any further information.

Frank

July 20th, 2013 at 10:06 PM

Derrin says:

Looking to get tickets in the Coca Cola Reserved Section 16 either Row A or Row C. Can anyone let me know how these are?

July 18th, 2013 at 12:47 PM

Precise Seating says:

Almost forgot to answer your question about moving into empty seats.

The staff discourages it but they will simply ask you to move. Seats will not really open up too much until the 7th inning. At that point, you can probably find a decent spot sometimes even in the Pavilion Club section.

Frank

June 25th, 2013 at 10:44 AM

Precise Seating says:

Pavilion Box SRO is a great value for adults but not as much for kids. There is a bar along the SRO section that you can lean on and this makes it very comfortable. You need to arrive at least 1/2 hour early to the game and secure your spot along the bar. If you come late to the game, it could be a bad experience because you could be positioned in the crowd that begins to form behind the bar once all the spots are taken. Then you're left to try to look around those people. Not a good view at all.

For kids, it's a bit more difficult depending on their height since they need to look over the bar and for a 7 year old it would be a frustrating experience. I've actually taken my 10 year old daughter and she had a good time but she see just over the bar. I actually sat her up on the bar but the staff is not happy with that and will ask that you take them down.

The view from SRO is excellent and well worth the $25. It's much better than sitting in the Bleachers and some other locations in Fenway. It's one of my favorite inexpensive seats in Fenway.

Frank

June 25th, 2013 at 10:40 AM

Anonymous says:

Thanks for the tips Frank. I'll splurge on the pavilion seats given that they're row A and it would be a different perspective on the game for the kids. Infield grandstand would be preferred but seeing as how this is the Yankees on a Saturday afternoon, beggars can't be choosers.

Just curious--is SRO in pavilion a decent experience? Can kids see OK? Is the staff at Fenway relaxed if folks move into empty seats after the third or fourth inning?

June 25th, 2013 at 10:16 AM

Precise Seating says:

Ed,

There are many advantages to Pavilion Box seats. One really nice feature is that the row height is High in this section and that means that your boys will have no issues seeing over heads. Especially for the 7 year old. His view will be perfectly clear. Row A is very nice and yes you are directly behind the expensive Pavilion Club seats. You'll have some foul balls coming your way from time to time when left handed batters are up. Box 4 places you on the 3rd base side. Great view from there.

Infield Grandstand is very nice and one of the best values since the ticket prices are lower. You need to contend with poles, and a lower row Height increase than the Pavilion Box which could very well be an issue for the 7 and 12 year old unless you can boost them up a bit in the seat. The seats are bit tight but that's not an issue for young boys. The Grandstand seats have a different viewing perspective on the game since you are closer to the level of the players. I like both perspectives but think I prefer the Grandstand view because you feel closer to the game. This is true for lower row Grandstand seats. Comparing higher row higher row Grandstand seats to Pavilion Box, I would prefer Pavilion Box seats.

Hope all this info helps. I think the boys would have the best time in the Pavilion Box and enjoy some foul balls coming their way. Row A is a great place to sit.

Frank

June 25th, 2013 at 9:54 AM

Ed says:

Would like to take my 2 boys (7 and 12) to a Saturday afternoon game in September. Have an opportunity to purchase pavilion box 4, row A, seats 1-3 for face value ($90/ea). Normally I go for infield grandstands as best "value" but are these pavilion seats as good as they seem on your site? Might be worth springing for them. Couldn't help but notice one row below the seats are $170 each. Big upgrade from infield grandstand?

June 24th, 2013 at 3:54 PM

Precise Seating says:


PAVILION CLUB seating sections 1 thru 14 have been updated to include pictures in the first seat of every row, aisle indicator in the form of a "yes" or "no", and some additional obstruction info for sections 12 and 14 where the left field corner is obstructed.

Frank

June 10th, 2013 at 10:04 AM

Precise Seating says:

PAVILION RESERVED SECTIONS 16 and 18 have been updated to include a small obstruction in the left field corner due to the upper deck overhang. These images also include an Aisle Indicator on the Seat View page. This is simply a "yes" or "no" to indicate an aisle seat.

Frank

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June 4th, 2013 at 4:53 PM

Precise Seating says:

Glad you found us. Those are great seats. You'll love the view from there!

Frank

May 23rd, 2013 at 9:56 PM

dedicatedx says:

This site is awesome. You put my mind at ease for our GS14 Row2 Seats 12-15

I looked everyone for the Seat # and luckily found you guys.

Thank you so much!

May 22nd, 2013 at 8:13 PM

Precise Seating says:

Hi KB,

Grandstand 32 row 2 is a regular row of seats. There is no row 1 for GS32 but the last row of the Loge Box section just below GS32 has a row wheelchair slots. The Red Sox attempt to sell them to folks who are disabled first but then they release them to the general public. I've seen many folks sitting in metal folding chairs that the Red Sox provide.

Not sure why the ticket broker had them listed as ADA-compliant when they are regular seats.

Frank

May 14th, 2013 at 8:45 PM

KB says:

I saw some tickets listed on a second-hand ticket broker's site for GS32, Row 2, which were listed as ADA-compliant seats. I've looked at the seat maps and it seems that Row 1 is an empty space for wheelchairs, and Row 2 is the first row of seats. So are the Row 2 seats in that section really reserved for those with disabilities, or are they open for purchase by the general public? I'm interested in the seats but obviously don't want to take them if they are intended for those with disabilities. Thanks for any help you can provide -- LOVE the site!

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May 1st, 2013 at 9:36 AM

Precise Seating says:

Just wanted to thank all of you who make use of our links to purchase tickets! It makes a big difference to us as this is the only means by which we make money. I'd also like to encourage others to click on the links to ticket vendors as this helps us a great deal. Thanks again for supporting us!

Frank

April 27th, 2013 at 7:26 AM

Precise Seating says:

Richard,

It should be sheltered from rain unless the wind is blowing in towards that section.

Frank

April 23rd, 2013 at 6:25 PM

Precise Seating says:

Richard,

I believe that Pavilion Box seats including row A are completely covered. I'll look over some pictures I have to make sure.

Frank

April 23rd, 2013 at 4:45 PM

Richard says:

I have seats in Pav Box 9,
Row A. Are these seats completely covered? I know there is a roof in the area but not sure how much protection from the rain there is in row A

April 22nd, 2013 at 9:39 PM

Mike says:

Hey Frank, thanks for the quick response, I've purchased the tickets and can't wait for the game. I love the site, keep up the good work!

April 17th, 2013 at 7:58 PM

Precise Seating says:

Hi Mike,

Loge Box 118 row KK has no obstruction issues as far as we know. I would really doubt that there could be anything in the way of your view from that row. That's an excellent place to sit.

The Grandstand poles are back a few rows so they will have no affect. The first couple rows (AA and BB) have walkway traffic problems but you'd be well above that.

I just reviewed a picture I have of that section and there are no issues with it.

Frank

April 16th, 2013 at 9:41 PM

Mike says:

Hi Precise Seating, love your site! I was curious as to the seats in Lodge Box 118 row KK seats 1-4. According to your site, there are no obstructions in these seats with full view, yet on the tickets it states these seats are limited or obstructed view.....do you know why this would be? Thanks for your help!

April 15th, 2013 at 9:47 PM

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April 15th, 2013 at 12:48 PM

Precise Seating says:

Kristi,

RFB 91 does have the full set of seating images but I just noticed that the default seat is invalid when clicking on the map. We'll get this fixed up. In the mean time you can use the selector to enter section, row, etc. to see those seats.

Right Field Box 91 has a very bad viewing angle in general. The entire section faces center field so there's considerable neck strain in viewing the infield. I would advise against it.

Frank

April 11th, 2013 at 9:37 PM

Kristi Mitchell says:

Hi - I noticed that you don't have seating charts or views for Right Field Box 91. Can you tell me what kind of view we would have from row UU 1-4 or WW 3-6. Thanks for your help!

April 11th, 2013 at 3:01 PM

Precise Seating says:

Kristi,

There are no obstructions from those seats and they face home plate so no difficult viewing angles to deal with. The row height is High which will be helpful with kids because they will have no issue seeing over heads. RFB 87 row RR is about equivalent to sitting in the lower Bleacher seats. It is a bit far from home plate at 446 feet but you'll have a great view of the bullpen and right field.

Enter the info on our site and you'll be able to see all the exact details for the seats you're interested in.

Frank

April 10th, 2013 at 7:57 PM

Kristi Mitchell says:

Hi - I am taking my kids to
Boston next week and a Red Sox game is on their must do list. I found a good price on seats in Right Field Box 87, Row RR, seats 1-4. Are these obstructed. We're all really looking forward to our first game
Thanks!
Kristi

April 10th, 2013 at 6:02 PM

Precise Seating says:

Loge Box 98 is a great place to sit. I would expect the price to be a little lower than some of the other Loge Box seats because it is last Loge Box section before the Right Field Box. If you're seeing it significantly lower, that's a great deal.

Sometimes Loge Box 98 and 99 are going at lower prices and it's a good place to look for seats at reasonable prices.

The view from there will be excellent. You'll only be about 70 feet or so from the field.

Frank

April 10th, 2013 at 4:42 PM

Anonymous says:

Im looking at ticket prices and Im wondering why Loge Box 98 is priced so much lower than other loge boxes, Is there something wrong with these seats?

April 10th, 2013 at 1:56 PM

Precise Seating says:


It depends on the general section and it sounds like you're talking about
Loge box or Field Box. For those sections there's no rule for where the
aisle falls. Sometimes it's seat 1 and sometimes seat 4, etc. If you
tell me the section, I can tell you where the aisle is located.

Good point though, we need to add aisle information to our seating charts.

Frank

April 3rd, 2013 at 10:04 PM

Precise Seating says:


Entered here because the e-mail address bounced:

Hi -- love your site, but I feel like I'm missing something -- with all
the wealth of information provided for each seat, I can't tell where the
aisles are. I've been squinting and comparing and guessing and inferring
but I can't seem to feel confident whether, in this chart for example,
seat 1 is on the aisle or whether seat 4 is.

Is there a convention I'm unaware of -- like that the lowest seat # is
always on the aisle? I don't think that can be true . . . Or is the
aisle where you put the row codes? Or . . . ?

April 3rd, 2013 at 10:02 PM

Precise Seating says:

ACE TICKET NOW DISPLAYS EXACT SEAT NUMBERS FOR ALL TICKETS THAT THEY SELL FOR FENWAY PARK!

This is a huge benefit since it removes any doubt about the quality of the seat you purchase when combined with the information provided on our site.

Most ticket resellers only provide the section and row number and very rarely provide the actual seat number. Hopefully, providing the seat number is a new trend for resellers.

Frank

March 31st, 2013 at 5:04 PM

Precise Seating says:

Dave,

They are right at the field level. Row 2 will be elevated only slightly.

Frank

August 14th, 2012 at 10:20 PM

Dave says:

Are the dugout box seats literally at field level, or are they elevated slightly off the field. Specifically wondering about Dugout box 80 (row 2, the only row), and asking regarding concert seating.

Amazing resource! A trur labor of love!

August 13th, 2012 at 6:22 PM

Precise Seating says:

We have added some pictures for Bleacher sections 35, 36, 37 and 38 (first seat in the row).

We have also added a few pictures for Pavilion Club 9 row 5. Seats 2 thru 6 have a serious plexiglass obstruction problem.

Frank

July 5th, 2012 at 11:00 AM

Precise Seating says:

Nikki,

Thanks for you comments.

Yes, Bleacher section 41 has a row 1 which is the wheelchair row, then there is row 3. Plenty of leg room. You can see a picture of row 1 for section 41 by selecting on our site and switching to the Seat Information view.

Frank

July 4th, 2012 at 8:45 PM

Nikki says:

Hello!
What a *wonderful* site this is!

I am going to my first Red Sox game and have a question about Section 41 Row 3 - It looks like there is an "empty" row for Wheel Chair accessibility so there would be ample leg room for people siting in row 3 .... am I assuming correctly or did I make a mistake?

Thanks so much!

July 3rd, 2012 at 4:56 PM

Precise Seating says:

Ryan,

It's very possible that the Red Sox have renumbered or adjusted that section. Previously they had adjusted section 12 and 13 (last year) but we thought that section 14 was untouched. It's possible that they put in additional seats since they didn't need an aisle there or that some renumbering took place. You can actually call the Red Sox ticket office directly (Monday) to check on it and they will verify it.

Frank

June 30th, 2012 at 10:02 PM

Ryan says:

Your chart indicates that in Grandstand 14, row 9, that seat 14 is skipped. It looks like the numbering goes from 13 to 15. As I have just purchased a ticket for seat 14, this has me concerned. What's up?

June 30th, 2012 at 4:37 PM

Precise Seating says:

Pavilion Box pictures are now available for the first seat in every row (Pavilion Box sections 1 to 14).

Row A Seat 1 in several Pavilion Box sections have a plexiglass obstruction.

June 29th, 2012 at 8:11 PM

Precise Seating says:

Pictures have been added for the first seat of every row in Pavilion Reserved sections 16 and 18.

Pavilion Box pictures will be added soon.

June 28th, 2012 at 9:49 PM

Precise Seating says:

Sarah,

The right field foul pole will not be an issue. It will obstruct a very minor portion of the right field that is behind the seat you have in row GG. The only issue you might have is High walkway traffic if you are in seat 20 (last in the row). Otherwise, you should have a great view of the game.

Frank

June 26th, 2012 at 5:11 PM

Sarah says:

Hi I just bought tickets in right field box 94 row GG. Will these seats have the obstructed view due to the pole? Thank you!

June 26th, 2012 at 1:19 PM

Precise Seating says:

Armando,

Bleacher 36 row 10 has a few advantages. The row height increase is Medium which will help seeing over heads, being in center field is a better viewing angle than right field, and Bleacher 36 is raised up higher than the RFB sections.

Note: RFB 89 row W is probably row WW which is further away than row NN by 8 rows.

Let us know which game your considering and what you're considering spending. Maybe we can make a few suggestions.

Frank

June 22nd, 2012 at 8:37 AM

Armando says:

What would you recommend for a first timer at Fenway?

RF Box 89, Row NN
RF Box 89, Row W
Bleacher 36, Row 10

Thanks in advance!

June 21st, 2012 at 11:59 PM

Precise Seating says:

Andrew,

There is no aisle between Grandstand 11 and Grandstand 10 so you are correct. Seat 1 for all the rows in Grandstand 11 have no aisle next to them. In fact, Grandstand 10 creates a small obstruction for seat 1 in Grandstand 11 because it is at a slightly higher level. There will be a portion of Right Field that you might have difficultly viewing over the heads of people in Grandstand 10.

Frank

June 18th, 2012 at 10:23 PM

andrew says:

Is Grandstand 11 seat 1 an aisle seat? Your picture made it look like it was, but the schematic seating chart didn't.

June 18th, 2012 at 1:36 PM

Precise Seating says:

whitesox,

It depends on which game you're interesting in attending. Right now prices are extremely low in general with the exception of Yankees games. Friday and Saturday night games tend to cost a little more as well. For the price range you mentioned, you should be able to get some very nice Loge Box seats which are some of the best seats in my opinion. They are close to the field but set back far enough that you can view the entire field. They have a Medium row height increase which means you'll see over heads without much difficulty. Just avoid rows A, B, and C otherwise you'll have issues with aisle traffic that can be very annoying. Let us know which game you're interested in and we'll make some recommendations.

Frank

June 17th, 2012 at 9:20 PM

whitesox says:

i want to buy seats can you tell me what would be the right seats to buyt for around 100 to 150 per ticket?
Thanks

June 17th, 2012 at 5:42 PM

Precise Seating says:

Josh,

B98 is Loge Box 98 row JJ which is below Granstand section 11. The Red Sox confuse just about everyone it seems with this manner of listing tickets.

Frank

June 17th, 2012 at 8:02 AM

josh says:

I'm having trouble finding my tickets on the seating chart. Section 11, Box B98, Row JJ

June 16th, 2012 at 3:39 PM

Precise Seating says:

JC,

Right Field Box 6 row C is front row. You'll have a clear view of home plate unless the folks in Box 7 are leaning over quite a bit. The only problem is that the seats are facing left field so it's a serious head turn to look at home plate (roughly 80 degrees). It will be exciting to be that close to the field.

Frank

June 15th, 2012 at 8:13 AM

JC says:

Great site! What's your opinion on Sec8 Box 6 Row C? These appear to be front row but I'm concerned that they are "tucked" behind Box 7 for seeing homeplate.

June 14th, 2012 at 4:33 PM

Precise Seating says:

Spike,

Yes, that's an aisle seat.

Frank

June 12th, 2012 at 10:23 PM

Spike says:

Is Field Box 42, Row A, Seat 3 an aisle seat? Thank you!

June 11th, 2012 at 12:27 AM

Precise Seating says:

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Frank

June 8th, 2012 at 10:23 PM

Precise Seating says:

Felicia,

Sounds like a great birthday present for your boyfriend! Right Field Box 95 row NN would be much better. This puts you closer to the infield and RFB 95 does not have difficult viewing angle that many of the other RFB sections have. Bleacher 40 is far from the infield but it does allow you a close up view of the Red Sox pitchers.

Let us know if you have any additional questions.

Frank

June 3rd, 2012 at 4:42 PM

June 8th, 2012 at 10:16 PM

Precise Seating says:

DSmith,

Field Box 39 is far enough over that the Backstop Netting is not an issue for row A. It has 5 seats in the row.

Field Box 42 is behind the Backstop Netting. Row A has 3 seats.

We include the netting on our 2D display when you select a seat in our map.

Frank
June 3rd, 2012 at 4:38 PM

June 8th, 2012 at 10:15 PM

Felicia says:

I am trying to decide on tickets as a gift for my boyfriends birthday. We're college students (My first time to fenway) and the game is a night game. I was trying to decide what tickets would be better for us, Bleachers section 40 row 6 or Right field Box seats section 95 row NN, any input would be greatly appeciated.

June 2nd, 2012 at 6:05 PM

June 8th, 2012 at 10:14 PM

DSmith says:

Have a question about field box 39 or field box 43, would row A be right on the screen? And what is the size of the row?

June 2nd, 2012 at 6:03 PM

June 8th, 2012 at 10:13 PM

Precise Seating says:

Those are wonderful seats. You'll be in the second row and the row height increase is low so your son will have some difficultly seeing over the row in front of him. The seats are not perfectly aligned with the infield so he'll benefit from being able to look between the people in front of him. Being 5 feet tall will help as well. Have everyone bring a sweater and he could sit on them and it would give him the additional height he needs to see clearly.

Frank

June 2nd, 2012 at 4:50 AM

June 8th, 2012 at 10:12 PM

Val White says:

Hi, I have 4 tickets to the Sox game, the Section is DUGOUT Box 76, Row 2....I have a 12 yr old son (5 feet tall) will he be able to see ok from here?? Thank You

June 1st, 2012 at 3:56 PM

Precise Seating says:

We have been experiencing resource issues with our current web host. We will be moving to a new web hosting solution soon to resolve the problem. Thanks for your patience.

Frank

May 27th, 2012 at 5:06 PM

Precise Seating says:

I assume that these are both Right Field Roof Box. RFRB 23 is much closer to the infield and a much better seat. Also row B is closer than row D.

Frank

May 22nd, 2012 at 4:57 PM

Jim says:

Which seats are all around better in your opinion ?

RFR 23 B 1,2 or RFB 31 D 7,8

May 22nd, 2012 at 3:00 PM

Precise Seating says:

Yolanda,

These are excellent seats and I think you'll fully enjoy them. Pavilion Club is normally not available for the public as I understand it. Row 1 Pavilion Club places you on the edge of the upper deck looking over the 1st base side of the field. It's a great view with no obstructions and no problems seeing over the row in front of you because you're in row 1. As for the price, $125 per ticket would be a great deal but it sounds like you got them both for $125 which is amazing.

Frank

May 21st, 2012 at 6:51 AM

Yolanda says:

I have two tickets to the August 22 game but can't figure out where they are and if they are good. It is section PC 11 row 1 seats 14 and 15. Are they good seats? We are short so I worry about seeing over heads. We paid $125 for the two tickets - did I overpay?

May 19th, 2012 at 8:33 PM

Precise Seating says:

Sean,

I would only recommend row AA in Loge Box 134 and 151 if it was a great deal. The problem is that row AA is directly behind the main walkway in Fenway Park and this walkway traffic can be excessive. In row AA you will not be able to see over the traffic and it can be a constant irritation. The traffic will die down during the game but will pick up between innings. It's hard to say exactly how bad it will be and may vary from game to game but you can count on plenty of interruptions to your view of the infield.

Frank

May 14th, 2012 at 6:12 AM

Precise Seating says:

Matthew,

Grandstand section 27 row 2 seat 14 and 15 are excellent. You are not close to any poles and you'll have an great view of the infield.

Frank

May 14th, 2012 at 6:05 AM

Sean says:

Have a chance to purchase LOGE tickets in either 134 or 151 row AA but after checking your site am worried with the "Walkway Traffic Advisory" warning - is that enough to warrant passing on the tickets? I have never been to Fenway before, so can't imagine what that might mean - thanks for any advice...

May 12th, 2012 at 10:15 AM

Matthew says:

I just purchased tickets for section 27, row 2, seats 14 & 15 for the game against the Rangers in August. I hope they're good seats. The map shows that they are, shows that there are no obstructions and had a seat rating of 8, but I'm nervous. First time I'm going to a Fenway, I'm flying in from Texas.

Go Rangers.

May 11th, 2012 at 2:13 PM

Mark says:

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May 10th, 2012 at 6:36 AM

Precise Seating says:

We have added a couple new features to our site:

1) Click into the map on the Fenway Park page and it will jump to a seat in the selected section. This should help when viewing lots of tickets. Once you jump to a seating section, you can then click into the seating chart for that section to get to a particular seat of interest. Not all general sections are included in the map.

2) We have added a ticket recommendation page where we list out some tickets for a particular game that we think are a good value. Tickets are bought and sold rapidly so we'll try to keep it up to date.

Frank

April 27th, 2012 at 12:24 PM

Precise Seating says:

Carla,

Sorry I couldn't respond yesterday with some information for you, I was away.

Pavilion Box row 5 is a bar stool row and has a great view of the infield. It's the last Pavilion Box row. The Pavilion Box and Pavilion Club are excellent seats. Pavilion Club are always more expensive and harder to get because they are closer.

Frank

April 21st, 2012 at 4:28 AM

Carla says:

Your info about GM and GS 11 seats were spot on. Thank you! Looking at seats for today's anniversary game, State Street HP Pav row 5. What can you tell me about the PC in general and this area in specific?

April 20th, 2012 at 7:39 AM

Precise Seating says:

Ivan,

Glad that you found it helpful!

Frank

April 15th, 2012 at 4:25 PM

Ivan says:

Hi PS

Thanks for putting together this site! I used it to assess tickets for the Roger Water's concert 7/1, where we will all be looking to left field and "The Wall"! It is especially valuable to learn what Seats 3,4 in Loge 141 are the aisle seats closer to the stage. Thanks so much!!!

April 13th, 2012 at 7:02 AM

Precise Seating says:

Carla,

You will enjoy both games. Your view from Grandstand 11 has only a minor obstruction. It will be a little irritating when a player is on second base and you have trouble seeing him. On the whole, that pole only blocks a small percentage of the field.

The Green Monster seats sound wonderful and you should completely enjoy them. Not sure why you got them so cheap.

Frank

April 9th, 2012 at 11:02 AM

Carla says:

We have seats for 4/13 opening day game and unfortunately purchased them before finding your site. They're infield grandstrand section 11, row 9, seats 3/4. From the image I see an infield obstruction, yet the seat ranking is similar to those without. Is this type of obstruction typically pretty workable? Also, have seats for 4/14 game in green monster 7, row 1 but not sure of seat#'s yet. These look like great seats but price was lower than other GM tickets so wondering why.

April 9th, 2012 at 7:05 AM

Precise Seating says:

Lisa,

The view from that seat looks great. There's only a very minor pole obstruction which will not be a bother at all.

The Grandstand seats in general are about 18 inches wide.

Frank

April 4th, 2012 at 6:32 AM

Lisa says:

I love your site! Thanks for doing all the legwork! I just purchased a 54 game Season Ticket located Grand Stand Section 17 Row 14 Seat 22. I looked at it on your site. Seems like a virtually unobstructed view, I think. But I did see it's a small, origional, uncomfortable oak seat. I want to get a seat pad for it, to make it more comfy to sit in. Do you know the actual dimensions of the seat itself? I want the pad to fit. Thanks!

April 3rd, 2012 at 6:10 PM

Precise Seating says:

Dan,

Something is seriously wrong with the seat number being listed at 99-100. There are no seat numbers in Fenway listed as 99 or 100 with the possible exception of a Standing room only ticket. Do you have an actual ticket in hand?

Frank

April 2nd, 2012 at 6:36 AM

Dan says:

I've received two tickets in Loge Box 142, Row CC, Seat 99-100. When looking up my seat number in this section the seat number are only from 1-4. Can you help with my location?

March 29th, 2012 at 8:45 AM

Mark says:

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March 8th, 2012 at 2:13 PM

Precise Seating says:

D. Gregoire,

By the description you gave, it looks like you have Right Field Box 5 row K (which is below Grandstand section 7). Row K is 5 rows from the field or 13 feet away. Should be a great seat!

Frank

February 5th, 2012 at 6:49 PM

D. Gregoire says:

Hi PS I have Sec7 B-5 row K how many rows from the field is that? Thanks great site

February 3rd, 2012 at 3:41 PM

Precise Seating says:

Sean,

I called the Red Sox ticket office and found out that Box 25 has C as the first row. This means that the other sections (21 to 28) should also begin with row C.

Which Box were you interested in?

Frank

February 2nd, 2012 at 10:39 AM

Precise Seating says:

Sean,

The last time we checked it was row C. This applies to Field Box section 21 to 28. The Red Sox did adjust some of the Dugout Box seating rows and it's possible that they reassigned the row numbers for the Field Box sections in that area. We'll check on it.

Frank

January 30th, 2012 at 11:02 AM

Sean says:

Can you confirm what row is directly behind the Red Sox dugout? I see the map says row C but I have seen row A on Stubhub. I am looking to get a seat directly on the dugout. Thanks!

January 28th, 2012 at 2:56 PM

Precise Seating says:


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December 7th, 2011 at 12:01 PM

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December 7th, 2011 at 11:53 AM

Precise Seating says:


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3:00 p.m. -- Boston Latin Academy vs. East Boston High School (boys)

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The high school tripleheader will be a free, single ticket event. Tickets will be distributed in advance by the participating schools. A limited number of tickets will also be available at Fenway Park's Gate E on game day for walk-ups.

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1:30 p.m. -- St. George's School vs. Rivers School (girls)

3:15 p.m. -- Noble and Greenough School vs. Milton Academy (boys)

5:30 p.m. -- Thayer Academy vs. Lawrence Academy (boys)

7:45 p.m. -- Belmont Hill School vs. Saint Sebastian's School (boys)

January 7: Hockey East Doubleheader (Division I college hockey doubleheader)

4:00 p.m. -- University of Vermont (UVM) Catamounts vs. University of Massachusetts (UMass) Minutemen.

7:30 p.m. -- University of New Hampshire (UNH) Wildcats vs. University of Maine (UMaine) Black Bears

January 10: Women's College Hockey

3:00 p.m. -- Dartmouth College vs. Providence

January 13: Division I and Division III Hockey Doubleheader

3:30 p.m. -- Norwich University vs. Babson College (ECAC East/DIII)

7:00 p.m. -- Union College vs. Harvard University (ECAC Hockey/DI)

January 14: Boston Rivalry Doubleheader

3 p.m. -- Boston College High School vs. Catholic Memorial

6 p.m. -- Boston College Eagles vs. Northeastern Huskies.

December 7th, 2011 at 11:50 AM

Precise Seating says:

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December 7th, 2011 at 11:39 AM

Precise Seating says:


The Bleacher sections have a high row every fourth row. You'll see over heads without any difficultly so it's a nice row to sit in. The same would be true for row 10, etc.

In the past, the Bleacher screen was a real problem for the first 8 rows or so but they adjusted it a couple years ago. It no longer causes a problem for any Bleacher rows.

I hope the Sox pull it together for these last two games and get into the playoffs. After 2004, you just never know what they are capable to doing.

Frank

September 27th, 2011 at 7:11 AM

Soxfan says:

SOrry but I forgot to include one other question in my original post. Is row 6 of the bleachers high enough to see over the bullpen fence?

September 26th, 2011 at 10:49 AM

Soxfan says:

Hard to think of the playoffs with the way the Sox are playing but I am a weekend season ticket holder that gets bumped to the bleachers for the post season. My playoff seats are in section 41 row 6. I noticed that row 6 shows a high row height increase while other rows in front and in back of row 6 shows a low row height increase. I'm happy to see that because it sounds like I'll be able to see better over the row in front of me but not being a bleacher regular what is different about row 6?

September 26th, 2011 at 10:47 AM

Precise Seating says:

Kristen,

The seats can be found on our map by using

General Section: Right Field Box
Box: 91
Row: UU
Seat: 5

These seats are ok with the exception of a difficult viewing angle. The seats face left field so you may have some neck strain from turning to look at home plate. They are relatively close to field so you'll feel part of the action when it's hit out to right field.

There are no annoying obstructions from those seats. The right field foul pole will block a small portion of the infield but shouldn't get in the way of anything significant.

Frank

September 20th, 2011 at 11:40 AM

Kristen says:

Hi Guys- I have tickets in the right field box, sec 5/box B91- Row UU seats 5&6- how are these seats?

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September 14th, 2011 at 3:34 PM

Precise Seating says:

Right Field Box 93 row XX seat 11 has a bad obstruction that was not previously identified by our site. This has been corrected and the images are now in place.

Frank

September 10th, 2011 at 11:32 AM

Precise Seating says:

Josh,

By the way, section 11 does not have wheelchair seating so it would be actual seats. I do not believe that there is a Field Box row 1 for section 11. Field Box 9 does have a row 1 and it is a wheelchair row. I would be a little concerned that the tickets are valid if they do in fact say Field Box 11 row 1. Try giving the Red Sox ticket office a call to check on it.

Frank

August 30th, 2011 at 1:44 PM

Precise Seating says:

Josh,

Field Box seats have always had a row designation of A to M. It's possible that the Red Sox have renamed the Dugout Box rows (which are numbered 1 and 2) to be Field Box rows. If so, you have a front row seat.

Frank

August 30th, 2011 at 1:32 PM

Josh says:

Just obtained the following seats and couldn't find them on your site: Field Box 11, Row 1, Seats 1&2. Do you have a sense whether or not these are good seats? They appear to be wheelchair spaces.

August 30th, 2011 at 12:17 PM

Precise Seating says:

Hana,

Those seats are all nice with no obstructions. Loge Box 98 row KK seat 7 and 8 are aisle seats so there's a slight advantange to having an aisle seat. The aisle in Loge Box 98 does not extend into the Grandstand so aisle traffic will be at a minimum. Loge Box 101 row QQ is slightly closer to the game. But overall they are about equal.

All three Loge Box choices have a Low row height increase. This means you might have some heads from the row in front in your view. It depends on your height and the folks who sit in front of you.

The Loge Box seats will be nicer than infield Grandstand seats so long as you can see over heads from the row in front of you. You may consider bringing something to boost your height if needed.

Frank

August 30th, 2011 at 6:16 AM

Hana says:

Hello,

I am trying to decide on some seats. Contenders are Loge Box 101 Row QQ Seat 5 & 6; Loge Box 98 Row KK Seat 7 & 8; Loge Box 98 Row GG 5 & 6. Which ones would you recommend? I would like to know if these Loge Box seats provide a better viewing than some Infield Grandstand seats?

THANK YOU!

August 30th, 2011 at 3:00 AM

Precise Seating says:

Hi Albert,

Thanks for you comment and donation.

The seats you selected look fairly good. There are no infield
obstructions, they are on an aisle, and concessions are directly behind
section 31 (or very close by). They put in a nice concession section with
quite a few options. Washrooms are nearby as I recall. As for the
price, it seems reasonable. I haven't been following the prices recently
so I can't say for sure.

The one thing you may want to consider with a 7 year old, is a way to
boost him up a little. The row height increase is Medium which means he
will probably have a some trouble seeing over heads.

The leg room is tight for taller folks. I'm 5'10" and it just barely
provides enough leg room. If you're any taller it can be uncomfortable.

Let us know if you have any other questions,

Frank

August 20th, 2011 at 5:19 PM

Albert says:

Hello,

I love your site and I will be donating to say thanks!

My seven-year old son, my wife and I are planning our first ever trip to Fenway and were wondering about some seats.
They are as follows…

General section: Grandstand
Section: 31
Row: 11
Seats: 24, 25, 26

We are looking at Sunday August 28th versus Oakland.

1. How do those seats sound to you if we can get them for under $300 total?
2. Are these seats on an aisle as they appear to be?
3. How close are we to concessions and washrooms?

Thank you in advance for your replies.
Kind regards,
Albert

August 19th, 2011 at 5:21 PM

Precise Seating says:


Field Box and Dugout Box seat pictures have been updated. They are padded plastic seats that are bit more comfortable than the regular seats.

Frank

August 10th, 2011 at 5:55 AM

Precise Seating says:

Frank L,

For myself, I would choose Pav Box 5 row A since it would place me much closer to the game. The seats in row A are comfortable and they have drink holders.

Row E has a bar to hold drinks and food which is nice so I guess it depends on your preferences. Seat 1 and 2 also places you next to the aisle and makes it easy to get out of your seat without disturbing anyone.

The view will be excellent from Pavilion Box 5.

Frank

August 9th, 2011 at 6:27 PM

Frank L says:

H Frank, quick question, a buddy an I are going to a game and have a choice, Pav Box 5 Row A seats 8-9 or Pav Box 5 Row E seats 1-2 (barstools) which do you think are better for a couple mid 40's guys who'll be having a few beers and dogs??
Thanks

August 9th, 2011 at 12:36 PM

Precise Seating says:

Grandstand section 30 has been updated. Rows 17 and 18 have been added.

Frank

August 6th, 2011 at 5:45 AM

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July 29th, 2011 at 8:20 AM

Jim says:

Thanks Frank. I 'fingered' it out. I assume operator error was my problem. VERY cool site. Thanks. Worth the donation

July 29th, 2011 at 7:33 AM

Precise Seating says:

Jim,

I just tested the site and it appears to be working fine. Please let us know what you were having trouble with. It's possible that our web host had trouble late last night but I'm not aware of any difficulties.

Are you able to continue to the www.preciseseating.com/fenwaypark2.php page?

Are you able to enter the section, row and seat in the selector?

Occasionally folks will have trouble navigating to the right place or entering information for the seat.

Let us know and we'll provide you with assistance.

Frank

July 28th, 2011 at 6:43 AM

Jim says:

I donated five bucks thinking I could access your seating info. Apparently I was wrong.. What gives?

July 27th, 2011 at 9:36 PM

Precise Seating says:

All Loge Box sections now have the "leg room" info and the "row height increase" info add to them.

Leg room indicator:

Below average - adequate leg room for a 5'10" but with no room to spare. This will cause problems for tall folks.

Average - adequate leg room for most people but still not much room to spare. May cause problems for tall folks.

Above average - comfortable leg room for all people.

Excellent - abundance of leg room.


Row height increase:

Low - There is a small increase in row height from the previous row. This may cause a viewing problem if you have someone tall in front of you. An average sized 12 year old will have difficulty seeing over heads.

Medium - There is a medium height row increase. Minimal problems seeing over heads from the row in front of you. Average sized 12 year old may have trouble if there is a tall person in the row in front of you.

High - There is a high row height increase. There should be no issues seeing over heads from the previous row. Average sized 12 year old should have only minimal viewing trouble.

Frank

July 26th, 2011 at 10:08 AM

Precise Seating says:

Meredith,

Loge Box 118 row BB is a wonderful seat. You're very close to the infield, behind the Red Sox dugout, set back far enough that you get a good view of the entire field, and you do not have to look through the backstop net.

There is one negative that is called out on our site for that seat. You will experience some walkway traffic. It will be most active in between innings but should settle down during the game. You are in row BB so it will be mostly heads going by from the main aisle blocking your view. It could be a bit irritating but I think for the most part you'll be ok.

The row height increase between row AA and BB is "Low" meaning that it only increases in height a few inches or so. This could cause a problem if you are bringing young children.

Frank

July 12th, 2011 at 7:17 AM

Meredith says:

I just purchased 2 tickets in Loge Box 118 Row BB seats 1 and 2 for the Red Sox Yankees game in August. Was looking for some reviews from this area but can't find any. What's your opinion? I'm hoping it was worth the money.

July 11th, 2011 at 12:06 PM

Precise Seating says:

Rudy,

Right Field Box 94 does not have a row AA (I assume that is what you meant when you said section AA). RFB 94 begins with row BB.

If you meant section AA, then there was a section 1AA in the past but it has been completely removed.

Row JJ is definitely closer to the field than row UU. If you select the "Seat Information" tab when viewing a seat in row JJ or UU, you'll be able to see the exact distance to the field and home plate.

Also, you can mouse over the seating chart in the main view or the seat information view to select different seats in that section.

Frank

July 7th, 2011 at 6:50 AM

Rudy says:

RFB94 have a section AA? Also is JJ closer to the field than UU? Just bought seats on jj and have no idea how far from the field they are.

Thanks,
Great site BTW

July 6th, 2011 at 2:14 PM

Precise Seating says:

Loge Box section 157 has been updated to include the additional seats.

Frank

July 6th, 2011 at 6:11 AM

Precise Seating says:

Right Field Box 7 has been updated to include the first 3 rows which were previously Dugout Box rows. These rows are labeled as 1, 2, 3 and then followed by A, B, C, etc.

Loge Box section 156 no longer exists so it has been removed.

Loge Box section 157 has been expanded and we will have this section updated soon.

Frank

June 28th, 2011 at 10:52 AM

johnny g says:

Bill...in regards to Bleacher 41 Row 1, I sat there a few weeks back..and these are GREAT seats....a little far from the infiled but for being close to the bullpen...and pre-game homeruns are hit out that way alot...great atmosphere and NO walkway traffice, you are right on top of the Bullpen...

June 20th, 2011 at 10:57 PM

Precise Seating says:

Lewis,

Right Field Box 93 or 94 would require climbing some steps to get up to row KK. Maybe not too bad if you select a lower row.

Grandstand 30 is close to Loge Box 163 and 164 where there are wheelchair slots. I'm trying to remember if the entrance to those sections is a ramp or a staircase. I believe that at least one of them is a ramp. In any case, given that there are wheelchair seats in the area, there may be some assistance available for older folks or those in need of a wheelchair.

Try calling the Red Sox at 866-239-1284 for accessibility information. They should be able to answer those questions.

Frank

June 16th, 2011 at 6:38 AM

Precise Seating says:

Becky,

Your seat will be in Right Field Box 7 (which is below Grandstand section 9). It's an odd way to list the section number and we receive a good number of questions regarding it.

Frank

June 16th, 2011 at 6:21 AM

Becky says:

I have tickets that say section 9/box B7. Where are these? Are they in the grandstand or closer to the field?

June 15th, 2011 at 6:53 PM

Lewis says:

Great resource!

I am making my first trip to Fenway and bringing an elderly parent who has trouble climbing a lot of steps. I am trying to decide between RF Box 93 or 94 as high as row KK, or possibly Grandstand 30 row 1. I was trying to avoid the top row of the Grandstand because of the distance to the field and the possibility of poles blocking the view.

Is GS 30 row 1 accessible from the portal at the base of the left field grandstand seats without climbing a lot of steps? Or would the RF boxes be an easier access?

Thanks for any advice you could provide.

June 15th, 2011 at 4:01 PM

Precise Seating says:

Luke,

The companion seat is a regular bleacher seat. The wheelchair slot is an empty space but they will be able to provide a metal folding chair. Just ask the attendants in the Bleacher section for a chair if there's not one there already.

You should be able to see a picture of the actual row on the Seat Information page.

Frank

June 10th, 2011 at 4:21 PM

Luke says:

Hello, recently purchased tickets in section bleacher 41 row one, was not told they were handicapped section.

One ticket says wheelchair space, another says companion seat.

We do not need or have a wheelchair, was not aware this was only handicapped section.

Will we be able to sit down?

Thanks,

Love the site

June 9th, 2011 at 4:24 PM

Precise Seating says:

Dan,

Thanks for your comments. It's really helpful to hear things that can make it easier to use.

We'll get the section names updated on the selector.

The Home Plate Pavilion Club is the full name for that general section. The EMC Club is not on our site because of the difficulty in getting into that section to gather information.

Frank

June 6th, 2011 at 7:34 PM

Dan says:

Love the constant updates and improvements to the site Frank, I've been using precise seating for years and it keeps getting better as more info and sections are added. One suggestion I would make would be to include the "corporate" names with the descriptions of the pavilion sections. In reseaching some seats today, it took a little bit to figure out that:

Pavilion Reserved = the "Coke deck"
Pavilion Club = State Street Pavilion
Home Plate Pavilion Club = EMC Club
Pavilion Box = Pavilion Box

These sections are referred to by their corporate names on some of the major ticket purchasing websites, and clarifying the various pavilion sections from the start would only add to the ease and convenience of using preciseseating.com.

Keep up the good work! Every stadium needs a site like this.

June 6th, 2011 at 10:04 AM

Precise Seating says:

John,

Thanks for you comments, we appreciate it.

Loge Box has a low row height increase from 98 to 155. Box 156 to 165 has a Medium height increase. The ones you are looking at (139-145) would be LOW. This would be a real problem seeing over heads for your kids.

Frank

May 29th, 2011 at 4:49 AM

John says:

Hi Frank,
Was looking for Loges Boxes 139-145 (in that area) the medium increase makes a difference....I can't imagine the work you must put in (especially with the renovations) Site is fantastic and what a huge help!! Thank You

May 28th, 2011 at 9:13 PM

Precise Seating says:

John,

Yes, you're right. We need to finish updating all the images for the Loge Box section so they have the row height increase indicator. We just replaced Loge Box 162, 163, and 164 because of changes to the last row for wheelchair slots.

Which section are you looking at? In general the row height increase is Medium for the 3rd base side in the Loge Box.

Frank

May 28th, 2011 at 5:54 PM

John says:

Hi Frank, I've noticed that on your site, the Loge seats on the 3rd base line do NOT designate a row height increase, whereas on the 1st base side it's says "Low" are the seats on the 3rd base side a bit "higher" than 1st base?? Mkaes a difference for me (kids and all)
Thanks

May 28th, 2011 at 1:21 PM

Precise Seating says:

Kimmy,

Right Field Box 93 row MM has been adjusted so that it now has 26 seats. You should be able to select seat 23 and 24 now.

Frank

May 28th, 2011 at 5:58 AM

Precise Seating says:

Eric,

Both of these seats are excellent. It's really just a matter of preferences. I'm guessing that the RFB 6 seats are much more expensive because they are so close to the field.

RFB 6 row F will cause some neck strain because of the way the seats are facing and because it's a sharp angle to look back to home plate. Otherwise, it's a great seat and being close to the field will be exciting.

RFB 95 row EE is very nice. You'll have much less problem with neck strain because it's set back just far enough. The row height increase is Medium so seeing over heads should not be much of a problem unless there's someone extremely tall in the row just before it. It's still fairly close to the field at 36 feet away.

RFB 95 row EE will probably be a better overall view of the game. RFB 6 row F will be exciting at times when the ball comes that way.

Frank

May 27th, 2011 at 8:57 AM

Eric says:

Love this website! Great information and very helpful!

I am looking at two options for tickets in the Right Field Box.

1) RFB 95, Row EE, seats unknown
2) RFB 6, Row F, seats: 7,8

There's a decent price difference between the two. I know there has been some changes to the RFB section. Just wanted to see if there's anything to be concerned about with either option. Both appear to be okay based on the information on your site.
Any information that you can provide would be much appreciated.
Thanks!

May 27th, 2011 at 8:06 AM

Michele says:

Hi Frank!

Thank you so much for your help! Well my seats arent as high as i feared when i bought them so i guess i cant complain lol They are side view which is fine, the stage is set up in the outfield....guess my seats are better then those behind home plate! Thanks again! Great site!!

May 22nd, 2011 at 6:52 PM

Precise Seating says:

Michele,

Section 2-B88 is actually Right Field Box 88 (which is below section Grandstand section 2). Once you enter Box 88 you should be able to select row SS and find your seat.

I wish the Red Sox would fix they way they list the section because it confuses a lot of people.

Frank

May 22nd, 2011 at 6:42 PM

Precise Seating says:

Kimmy,

That's a mistake on our part. We had row MM with 21 seats and it should be 26. I just checked the notes on it from the April visit to the park. We'll get that fixed up.

In the mean time, you can select row NN with seat 23 and 24 to get a very close perspective. Since there are no real obstructions from those seats it will be almost the same.

They are actual seats and yes the seats were replaced in the entire Right Field Box with new seats. You'll see a picture of the seat when you select the seats in row NN and look at the "Seat Information" view.

Frank

May 22nd, 2011 at 6:35 PM

Precise Seating says:

Brian,

I think you'll really enjoy those seats. Seat 11 is an actual seat just like any other Bleacher seat. Seat 12 is a wheelchair slot and they should be able to provide you with a metal folding chair. If you look at the "Seat Information" view for that seat, you'll notice in the picture that there are several folding chairs. Just get the attention of one of the attendants and they should be able to help you out.

The Red Sox have positioned the aisle for that section behind the 1st row so you will not be bothered by traffic. They also lowered the bullpen screen which in the past was a real problem but now is no issue. You're behind the Red Sox bullpen so you can just about shake hands with Papelbon and all the rest of the Red Sox pitchers. Enjoy the game.

Frank

May 22nd, 2011 at 6:25 PM

Michele says:

Hello,

I have concert tickets for June 11th at Fenway Park. I am trying to figure out my seats and am so confused. They are right field box seats Sec 2-B88 Row SS Seats 14 and 15... only problem i'm having is it seems section 2 in RFB does not go past row N..i Read where it says RFB 2 is the old Box 86 but your seating charts do not allow me to select sec 86 when trying to find my seats! Is this where they are? Any helps is appreciated. Thanks in advance!!

May 22nd, 2011 at 6:21 PM

Kimmy says:

Hi Frank! This site is amazing!! Great job! I am actually taking my lifelong Sox fan to his first Fenway game and Yankee series in August. We are RFB 93 Row MM Seats 23 and 24. Are these new seats that were put in during the Right Field update or wheelchair slots? I am getting nervous with no pictures of the seats and they are a blacked out, Any info would help! Thank you!!

May 22nd, 2011 at 7:42 AM

Brian says:

Hi. Thanks for providing such great information. I bought a pair of tickets through a major broker site, and it said the row I selected was wheelchair accessible. It made it sound like you could bring a wheelchair to the row, so a disabled person could then slide into their seat once they got there. I am not disabled, and don't have a wheelchair. The ticket sale page for these seats said nothing about either of the seats being a wheelchair slot. It is seats 11 and 12, Row 1, Section 41. I received the tickets in the mail two days ago, and one is a seat, and the other is a wheelchair slot. This was not mentioned in the description when I ordered the seats, nor in the on-line order confirmation web page. When I placed the order, it said the row was wheelchair accesible, and the confirmation said "These seats are wheelchair accessible if needed." It said nothing about one of the seats being a seat, and the other being an empty wheelchair slot. Is there any way that someone in my situation can get a seat at the ballpark (folding chair, etc.)? Do I have any recourse? What do you suggest? Thanks! Brian

May 21st, 2011 at 1:03 PM

Precise Seating says:

Ben,

Our best advise is to call the Red Sox ticket office and ask them. They are the experts on the tickets and can probably tell you fairly quickly if it's valid or not.

Frank

May 19th, 2011 at 5:42 PM

ben says:

I just bought field box 40 tickets off Ebay. The tickets look different then the tickets I got through the Sox for the same game in a different section. The ebay tickets are season tickets (they say "season tickets") but don't have the tear away line above the bar code. Should I be worried that they are not real? GREAT site by the way.

May 18th, 2011 at 8:29 PM

Precise Seating says:

Josh,

You might get a fair amount of traffic since that aisle will be used as the main walkway for people trying to get to sections in the Bleachers. There's an Entry/Exit on each side of section 37. During the game it should settle down some. Come back after the game and let us know how good/bad it turns out.

Frank

May 18th, 2011 at 8:09 PM

Josh says:

Hi,

First off, great site! Very helpful!

I just bought tickets sitting in Bleacher 37 Row 1 and it says Walkway Advisory. How much traffic should I expect sitting there? I can't imagine too many people having to walk past our seats in the bleachers to get to their seats. Any idea of what to expect?

Thanks,
J

May 18th, 2011 at 5:10 PM

Precise Seating says:

John,

Something is not quite right because Right Field Box 1 has the rows marked with letters and not numbers. Have a close look at the ticket. Does it say something like Right Field Grandstand section 1 row 4? It appears that your tickets are more likely Grandstand section 1 but I need more information.

If they are Right Field Box tickets, it might say something like Right Field Box Section/Box 1-B1 which seems to be the new way that the Red Sox list the ticket section. I think it's more confusing.

Frank

May 18th, 2011 at 6:33 AM

John says:

Hi,

I have 6 tickets to Sunday's game in Right Field Box 1, row 4, seats 1-6.

Is the view from these seats obstructed? Are seats 1-6 next to that green wall?

Thanks,

John

May 17th, 2011 at 8:06 PM

Simmy says:

Thank you for the clarification, Frank

Go Sox Go!!

May 17th, 2011 at 7:51 PM

Precise Seating says:

Simmy,

Row A is the first row in Right Field Box 1. There are no numbered rows in RFB 1. I was there in April so this information is very recent.

Frank

May 16th, 2011 at 6:15 AM

Simmy says:

Is Row A in Right Field Box 1 actually the first row or are there some numbered rows before the lettered rows start? ...I saw some tickets posted online that were in RFB 1 that had a low "numbered" row...I was considering buying some other tickets I saw online in Row A, but wanted to make sure I was gonna be in the front row...can you please clarify...thanks

May 15th, 2011 at 11:47 PM

Precise Seating says:

Dennis,

GS 19 row 17 has some extra wide seats in the row. The Red Sox have scattered these extra wide seats here and there throughout the stadium. We have accounted for the extra wide seats in row 17 but we haven't specially marked them as yet. There are extra wide seats in other Grandstand sections and Right Field Box sections such as section 92 and 93 row DD.

We were not aware of the extra space between row 16 and 17. We'll have to take a closer look at it. Thanks for letting us know about it.

Frank

May 11th, 2011 at 6:01 AM

Dennis Jones says:

Re Sec 19 Row 17....
....and the space between row 16 and 17 is wider .. so much so the people son't have to stand to let othes go by....

May 10th, 2011 at 12:01 PM

Dennis Jones says:

So.. what is the deal with Sec 19 Row 17.. only 20 seats and 3 seats that I saw are significantly bigger than other seats and are padded....

May 10th, 2011 at 11:57 AM

Precise Seating says:

Bill,

I checked the photo we have of GS 24 which was from a few years back. It confirms that the row height is Medium and that there is a normal spacing between the first row of the Grandstand and the last row of the Loge Box. I believe that it has not changed since the time of the photo.

Frank

May 4th, 2011 at 8:23 PM

Precise Seating says:

Robert,

Yes, those are front row seats. You should have a great time. There will be a difficult viewing angle to home plate but considering that your front row it shouldn't affect you too much.

We originally had those first 3 rows designated as Dugout Box 7 because that's how the Red Sox had always marked it in the past. We'll get it fixed up and assigned to RFB 7.

Frank

May 4th, 2011 at 6:01 AM

Precise Seating says:

Bill,

I believe that there's not much gap between the Loge Box row and the first row of GS 24. There might be a little more than a normal row. The height increase should be Medium. I'll check on some photos tonight to see if I can get a confirmation on it.

Frank

May 4th, 2011 at 5:55 AM

Robert says:

Hi
New to fenway and a bit confused, hoping you can help?
Tickets I bought are Right Field Box 7 Row 1 Seats 21 and 22. Are these FRONT row? And if so are they good seats?
I thank you in advance for any assistance you may be.
Robert

May 3rd, 2011 at 9:14 PM

Bill says:

Hi Frank, thank you for your reply to my question about my son being able to see, I know the row increase is medium. It doesn't matter though being ROW 1? I thought it might be separated from the loge seats in front of them and also a little higher up??
Thanks for the suggestion about a booster for him

May 3rd, 2011 at 8:54 PM

Precise Seating says:

J,

Bud deck tables are nice. They are up high so it helps with the view. They are about 400 feet back from home plate so it's a little ways back from the action. It's a unique area with all the food, etc right there. I don't drink so it's not as attractive to me.

We have them listed as Right Field Roof Deck on our site so you'll be able to select the exact table. There's a picture available from every table.

Frank

May 3rd, 2011 at 7:06 PM

Precise Seating says:

Bill,

Those are excellent seats. The row height increase is Medium which will probably give your 8 year old a little trouble seeing over heads. You might want to bring something to raise him up a little. Otherwise, the view is great. Your close enough to enjoy all the action in the infield. Section 24 is a great place to view the game and the setting sun will be behind you.

Frank

May 3rd, 2011 at 6:56 PM

J says:

What are your thoughts on the Bud Deck Tables ?

May 3rd, 2011 at 1:16 PM

Bill says:

Hi
I'm taking my 8 yr old son to his firs game and am trying to find seats so he will be able to see. There are 2 seats in the grandstand sec 24 row 1 seats 9-10 would these be a clear view for him? Thank You for your help

May 3rd, 2011 at 7:57 AM

carla says:

Thanks for all of your help and the great website! Counting down the days until the Cubs/Sox series. I will send you pics from these seats in a few weeks.

May 1st, 2011 at 6:52 PM

Precise Seating says:

Carla,

Yes there is a wheelchair row just in front of RFB 8 row A. We originally thought it was labeled as Dugout Box 8 but it's actually RFB 8 row 1. We'll get that fixed up soon.

Frank

May 1st, 2011 at 3:18 PM

Carla says:

Thanks for updating the new right field box section seating. Is there a row in front of row A in rfb section 8?

May 1st, 2011 at 12:21 PM

Precise Seating says:

Right Field Box changes for sections 1 to 8 and 87 to 97 are in place.

Frank

April 30th, 2011 at 10:04 AM

Precise Seating says:

Zach,

Both GS 4 row 13 and GS 6 row 14 have some pole obstructions so you'll have to be careful about which seat. Grandstand 6 is closer so that would be the better seat in general. Bleacher 37 row 32 is a good distance away from the infield.

"Row height increase" indicates how much of height increase between the row in front and the selected row. Low can cause some difficulty seeing over heads especially if the people in front are tall. Medium will only cause a mild problem seeing over heads. High means there will be no difficulty seeing over heads.

Frank

April 30th, 2011 at 10:03 AM

Zach says:

Or which grandstand would be better grandstand 4 row 13 or 6 row 14? What does row height increase mean? Thanks

April 30th, 2011 at 8:34 AM

Zach says:

Great site. Which would be better? Grandstand 6 row 14 or Bleacher 37 row 32. Not sure on seat numbers yet. Thanks
Zach

April 30th, 2011 at 8:14 AM

Precise Seating says:

John,

It will be row 3 from the field since there are 2 rows of Dugout Box seats in front of them. Excellent seat though!

Frank

April 30th, 2011 at 5:17 AM

John Gagnon says:

Hi Frank, as always Thanks for a GREAT site....Tickets in FB-12 Row A seats 1-2, are they on the rail? Or is the dugout box in front of them? Any info would be appreciated? Thanks
Johnny

April 29th, 2011 at 10:23 AM

Precise Seating says:

Ryan,

That is Right Field Box 91 row UU seat 11 and 12. Our current map is up to date for RFB 91.

Frank

April 28th, 2011 at 6:14 PM

Ryan says:

Section/box-5-B91

Row-uu

Seats 11/12

Where am I on your site???

Thank you!!

April 28th, 2011 at 1:08 PM

Precise Seating says:

Karyn,

GS 18 row 3 has a few bad seats (seat 4 to 7) with a nasty pole obstruction. Otherwise, that row is really nice.

If you enter GS 18 row 3 seat 1 into our site, you can then quickly see other seats in that section by clicking into the seating chart.

Frank

April 28th, 2011 at 10:02 AM

karyn says:

i am thinking about buying tickets at GS 18 row 3, not sure of the specific seats, do you know if this area is obstructed?

April 28th, 2011 at 8:57 AM

Precise Seating says:

Tom,

The seats were placed back in their original location for Grandstand 5. They also put the same wooden seats back that you will see on the Seat Information page. They repainted the seats so they look a little nicer. Enjoy the game.

Frank

April 28th, 2011 at 5:51 AM

Tom says:

I am going to Fenway Park this weekend to see a game on May 1st and this is my first time going there. Our seats are in Grandstand 5 and i had herd from a friend that they had redone all the seats there and removed the older ones and put in new ones and i was wondering if you or someone could tell me what the new seats are like and if they view from that section has changed at all since the renovations?

-Thanks

April 28th, 2011 at 12:20 AM

Precise Seating says:

Steve,

I think you're right and there will be a seat 4. We haven't reevaluated the Dugout Box seats in a while and the Red Sox have made a ton of seating changes over the winter. We're struggling to keep up.

Thanks for letting us know about the H. I hadn't heard of that before.

Frank

April 26th, 2011 at 1:09 PM

Steve Terry says:

Thanks for the quick response Frank.
Got these Dugout Box tickets from Stubhub, so I'm sure there must be a seat (4)in Row 2.
Regarding the the (H) on the ticket, it does say on the tickets "home plate dugout box", so maybe the H stands for homeplate.
Excited to check out these great seats.
Thanks again.

April 26th, 2011 at 11:08 AM

Precise Seating says:


Loge Box sections 98 to 107 have been updated with the new seating arrangement. The Right Field Box updates will be available soon.

Frank

April 26th, 2011 at 6:08 AM

Precise Seating says:

Steve,

It's quite possible that the Red Sox made a change in that area and added a seat. Did you purchase the tickets directly from the Red Sox?

I don't know what the H stands for so I'll have to check on that.

By the way, you have the best seats in Fenway!

Frank

April 25th, 2011 at 8:31 PM

Steve Terry says:

Great website.
I'm excited to visit Fenway Park for the first time coming from California.
Just purchased Dugout Box 43 tickets-- Row 2, Seat 3 and 4.
Your chart viewer only shows seats 1,2 and 3 on row 2 in Dugout Box 43. Is there a seat 4 in row 2 of Dugout Box 43?
Also, on the printed ticket, it says (20-H43) under "section/box" Just wanted to confirm what the 20 and H stand for?
Thank you for your time :).

April 25th, 2011 at 3:40 PM

eRIC says:

Frank,

Thanks again! I'm guessing my seats are 3 rows from the field in the old "dugout box 4/Box 94 area:. I appreciate the help.

Eric

April 25th, 2011 at 1:48 PM

Precise Seating says:

Eric,

I gave the Red Sox a call and they confirmed that there are no longer Dugout Box sections in front of the Right Field Box sections. The first 3 rows are part of RFB 7 and are labeled row 1 to 3 (followed by row A).

This was a surprise to us.

Frank

April 25th, 2011 at 1:21 PM

Eric says:

Frank,

I will certainly let the board know what I discover. Thanks again!

Eric

April 25th, 2011 at 12:15 PM

Precise Seating says:

Eric,

Let us know what you find out. As I look closer, I'm staring to think that they removed all Dugout Box sections in front of RFB 7 and 8 and included it the RFB sections.

Frank

April 25th, 2011 at 12:07 PM

Eric says:

Frank,

Thanks for all of your help. I'm going to contact the Red Sox to verify these are legitimate. The price was very inexpensive (less than $35 TOTAL for the pair). Stubhub will protect my purchase, but I'd rather have any issues weeded out before I show up at the game. Thanks again!

Eric

April 25th, 2011 at 11:37 AM

Precise Seating says:

Eric,

The person listing the tickets seems to have a confused description. One statement "within 10 rows of the field, actual 3 row" is very odd.

In the past, the rows in front of the Right Field Box along the wall have always been Dugout Box. When I was at Fenway, I asked one of the attendants about it to be sure and he confirmed it. It would be very odd to have Right Field Box rows with letters and then designate the first few to be numbers. You could call the Red Sox ticket office to confirm it.

There are definitely seats numbered 21 and 22 in row 3 of Box 7. This is the third row from the field. The Red Sox have had some very odd numbering in the past and it wouldn't surprize me if they changed this from Dugout Box to Right Field Box with numbers.

Frank

April 25th, 2011 at 10:46 AM

Eric Decker says:

Frank,

First of all...thanks for the quick response. The Row being a number is what makes this troublesome. Here's the info from the electronic ticket download (via redsox.com) and the info from the Stubhub listing from which I purchased:

Electronic ticket:
Right Field Box Section/Box 9-B7
Row 3 Seats 21-22

Stubhub Listing:
Right Field Box 7
Row 3 Seats 21-22
Comments from seller:
Within 10 rows of field,Actual 3rd row"

I am thoroughly confused!

April 25th, 2011 at 9:45 AM

Precise Seating says:

Eric,

Could you give a little more info on the tickets? It should say Dugout Box or Right Field Box.

Section 9 indicates that it's below Grandstand section 9. B7 is Box 7 which indicates that it's either Right Field Box or Dugout Box. Row 3 indicates Dugout Box because the Right Field Box has letters as row indicators. The renovations in that area have a new Dugout Box arrangement which has Dugout Box 7 with 3 rows. Being in seat 22 means you have an aisle seat. We'll have the new seating chart with the changes up soon. For the time being this translates to about Dugout Box 4 (although the old map has only 2 rows of Dugout Box seats).

Frank

April 25th, 2011 at 9:24 AM

Precise Seating says:

JT,

Sorry we don't have any info on that.

Frank

April 25th, 2011 at 9:16 AM

ERIC says:

Great site! Any help would be appreciated. My seats are:

Section 9 Box B7 Row 3 Seats 21-22

I'm trying to get a "ballpark" idea of where they are located but can't find anything.

April 25th, 2011 at 7:11 AM

JT says:

Frank
Whats the price of beer's this season?
JT

April 24th, 2011 at 7:17 PM

Precise Seating says:

I made a trip to Fenway on April 15th to gather details for the Right Field Box and Loge Box renovations. These details have been incorporated into our software and most of the work is done. We are now working out the final details and should have the new map up within a few days. A considerable amount of work has been done to insure that the seating positions are accurate and all the various details and obstructions are correct. We appreciate your patience with this change.

The changes should line up as follows:

RFB 1 is the old RFB 87 Lower section (rows with single letters, A - J)

RFB 2 is the old RFB 86

RFB 3 is the old RFB 92 Lower section (rows with single letters, B - J)

RFB 4 is the old RFB 93 Lower section (rows with single letters, E - J)

RFB 5 is the old RFB 94 Lower section, RFB 1AA and RFB 1AAA

RFB 6, 7, 8 are the old RFB 1 - 7

Frank

April 24th, 2011 at 5:59 AM

Precise Seating says:

fitter,

That is Right Field Box 7 row K which line up on the old map at about RFB 5.

Frank

April 24th, 2011 at 5:53 AM

Precise Seating says:

John,

That is Right Field Box 1 row K seat 11 which line up on the old map with RFB 87. We are close to having the new map uploaded.

Frank

April 24th, 2011 at 5:52 AM

fitter says:

where on your seating chart would section 9-B7 row K be located?

April 23rd, 2011 at 4:25 PM

John Brown says:

My tickets are 2-B1 Row K seat 11. They are not part of your program.

April 23rd, 2011 at 11:36 AM

Precise Seating says:

Pat,

Yes, section 104 was adjusted in the renovations so that it now starts with row AA. Row BB does exist.

Loge Box 100 to 106 have changed, we have updated the changes in our software, and have yet to upload them. We'll probably have that on the site by Saturday.

Frank

April 21st, 2011 at 6:24 AM

Pat says:

I have tickets for loge box 104 row bb but your map says the rows start at gg. Were the rows re- numbered?

April 21st, 2011 at 5:53 AM

Precise Seating says:

JT,

Being in the upper rows of those Bleacher sections means that your about 500 feet or more from home plate. You'll still be able to follow the game and have an enjoyable time. Being up high actually has a viewing advantage but being so far back makes it difficult to determine balls and strikes and feel connected with every pitch. I guess it's a matter of expectations as to whether or not its enjoyable. For some, they will enjoy being able to watch the game and feel a part of it. For others, it would be too far away and they would rather watch at home.

Hope that helps,
Frank

April 20th, 2011 at 7:27 PM

JT says:

Frank
How Bad really is the view and seats in the Bleachers 36 - 39 high rows?
JT

April 20th, 2011 at 6:15 PM

Precise Seating says:

No problem, feel free to ask. Your seat is Right Field Box section 1 row N seat 11-15. This matches up on the old map to about Right Field Box 87 row CC seat 9-13. The entire section was renumbered, and shifted over 2 seats. The bullpen screen has been modified in that they removed the top portion. Being in row N you are high enough and over far enough that it should not be an issue.

Frank

April 18th, 2011 at 2:11 PM

we3kids says:

ok, I have read and reread the blog posts, looked and figured and counted, but I still need help!

My tickets say Lower Right Field Box
section/box 2-b1
row N
seats 11-15

Did I do alright????

Thank you so much in advance, your website is great!

April 18th, 2011 at 12:09 PM

Precise Seating says:

Bob,

Wow, I'm glad to hear that they relocated your seats. As I sat in seats 5 and 6, I thought about you and how upsetting it would be to have that experience. I think the Red Sox probably had not updated their seating information until the seats were actually in place. Once the season ticket manager actually looked at it, I'm sure he was concerned about it. It probably helped that you were persistant about getting after him.

As far as the business goes, it's more than a hobby but not a full time job. I'd like to see it grow to where I could do this full time. I really enjoy it and would like to see it expand to many more stadiums.

Frank

April 18th, 2011 at 6:16 AM

Bob says:

Frank

This is Bob who wrote in about grandstand 13 row 11 seats 5-6. Thank you for your updated comment. I found out for myself on Opening Day that your seat chart correctly called out the home plate obstruction for these seats. The Red Sox season ticket office somehow reclaimed tickets that were sold for seats 1-2 in the row and relocated me to those seats which are excellent. If this is just a hobby for you and you don't make money from this then you should be. You are more accurate than the Red Sox ticket office is and you are saving people a lot of money by steering them clear of bad seats.

April 17th, 2011 at 8:20 PM

Precise Seating says:

To Bob who responded in early March,

I sat in Grandstand 13 row 11 seat 5 and 6 during batting practice. Even though the special screen was up for batting practice, it still seemed to me that the home plate obstruction was accurately calculated on our site.

All other changes for Grandstand 12 and 13 are accurately represented.

Frank

April 17th, 2011 at 6:06 PM

Precise Seating says:

Ben,

I looked at Right Field Roof Box 29 row F seat 7 and 8. The handrail does not create a problem but it's close to being one. Most adults will not have any issues seeing over it but a 12 year old would definitely have a problem with it.

Frank

April 17th, 2011 at 2:03 PM

Precise Seating says:

Darrell,

No problem, glad we could help.

Frank

April 17th, 2011 at 1:58 PM

Darrell says:

Frank - Thanks for the reply. Your website is amazing, and your comments so very helpful. Looking at the photos from the row are very helpful for someone who has never been to Fenway. Thanks again for the quick help and feedback!
Darrell

April 16th, 2011 at 6:25 PM

Precise Seating says:

Lisa,

Thanks for sending in the info. I was at the game last night as well so I probably past by your family. I sent a good amount of time analyzing that area. That Right Field Box area has always had a low row height increase down in the lower portion. It's really difficult for a young person. There must be something that people could bring to boost their kids up a bit to deal with it. The only idea I have is an inflatable foot rest. A bit odd but it might do the trick. Glad to hear that your son had a good time going down to the field.

Frank

April 16th, 2011 at 5:57 PM

Precise Seating says:

Darrell,

You can see through it but it's a bit of a pain to look through. We'll need to recalculate that screen obstruction because the top portion of the screen has been removed, reducing the obstructed area. See the picture from row H to get an idea of how it should look.

Frank

April 16th, 2011 at 5:51 PM

Lisa says:

Hi Frank, and this is also for Jamie....I sat in those EXACT seats last night Sec. 97 Row CC 1-2-3, these are NO longer handicapped and are basically just a regular row, we had my 13 yr old son (5'2") and he could NOT see much at all, the rise in the reconstructed area is about 5 1/2" so extremely low! The pregame was GREAT, he went right down along the field, but a person like myself even (5'7" there was definitely heads in front obstructing, hope this helps....Thanks again, your site is a BIG help and I think the more people who respond with their own experiences in the new areas are a huge benefit

April 16th, 2011 at 11:17 AM

Darrell says:

Hi Frank - Thanks for the help. From your website, that seats show as 65% bullpen obstucted. Will I actually not be able to see 2nd & 3rd base or left field, or is this more of a minor obstruction? Thanks again!


Precise Seating says:
Darrell,
That is Right Field Box 1 row J so it lines up with Right Field Box 87 row H (there is no longer an A1 row). You'll also need to subtract 2 from the seat number because they put seats where there was once an aisle.

Let us know if you have any questions about it. I was at the game last night and have the details. Now it just a matter of making all the adjustments.

Frank
April 16th, 2011 at 8:50 AM

April 16th, 2011 at 9:18 AM

Precise Seating says:

Darrell,

That is Right Field Box 1 row J so it lines up with Right Field Box 87 row H (there is no longer an A1 row). You'll also need to subtract 2 from the seat number because they put seats where there was once an aisle.

Let us know if you have any questions about it. I was at the game last night and have the details. Now it just a matter of making all the adjustments.

Frank

April 16th, 2011 at 8:50 AM

Precise Seating says:

Mo,

Thanks for thinking us. We depend on fan feedback to help us catch seating changes that the Red Sox don't announce. Fortunately, we received this tip in the past and updated GS 12 and 13 so they are now up to date. GS 12 lost 7 seats and GS 13 gained 7 seats.

Regards,
Frank

April 16th, 2011 at 8:44 AM

Darrell says:

My tix are Sec/Box 2-B1 row J. Can you tell me where these seats are on the old seat map, how close to the field they are, and how the view is? Never been to Fenway, but looking forward to it. Thanks for the help!!!

April 16th, 2011 at 8:09 AM

Mo Maher says:

Grandstand Section 12 was reconstructed this offseason so that the previous seats in the middle are now on the aisle. You may want to update your seating chart.

April 15th, 2011 at 7:28 PM

Precise Seating says:

Nat,

You're fairly close to the field which will be nice but there are some negatives. The row height increase is low which may or may not cause some difficultly seeing over heads. There is a difficult viewing angle to home plate. One thing that is not listed on our site that needs to be updated, is a high walkway traffic problem since it is next to the entry/exit. The Foul Pole looks like it is a problem for 1 seat and block the catcher from view. Hopefully it works out alright for you. I think the walkway traffic may be the biggest problem.

Frank

April 15th, 2011 at 6:16 AM

Nat says:

Hi PS,

Thanks for this awesome website! My tickets say Section: 5-B91, Row GG, Seats 1-4. Do you think they'll be okay?

Thanks,

Nat

April 14th, 2011 at 9:56 PM

Precise Seating says:

Carol,

That is Loge Box 101 row RR and it's an excellent seat. It looks like the renovations also effected that section because it now has 7 seats instead of 6. Regardless, I can still say that you'll have no obstructions to worry about and have a great view of the game.

Frank

April 14th, 2011 at 7:47 PM

Precise Seating says:

Liz,

That is Right Field Box 4 row J which should line up fairly well with RFB 93 row J on the old map that we have. If the row designation holds true to the old map, you are only 5 rows from the field. This should be exciting for all. There is a difficult viewing angle from those seats so your seat will be facing center field causing a significant head turn to see home plate. Also, the row height increase is low so you might want to consider bringing something to boost up your son so he can see over heads in the row in front. The Right Field pole will cause a small obstruction in the infield and could be annoying. There are pluses and minuses with those seats but being close to the field will provide some excitement.

Frank

April 14th, 2011 at 7:41 PM

Carol Fanella says:

I have ticket for Friday, May 20, 2011, SEC/BOX 12-B101 Row RR Seat 7. Where is that located in Fenway Park?

April 14th, 2011 at 5:57 PM

Liz says:

My tickets say sec/Box 7-B4, row J (have seats 14-20). Can you tell me where they are and whether my son is going to be disappointed?

April 14th, 2011 at 8:13 AM

Precise Seating says:

Phil,

Thanks for coming back and sharing your experience. It's always nice to hear that kind of feedback. We'd be interested in any pictures you wish to share with us. Send them to info@preciseseating.com.

Best regards,
Frank

April 14th, 2011 at 6:50 AM

Phil says:

Thanks so much for your advice. The seats were perfect and my son had a great time at the game (unfortunately the Sox lost by 1 to the Rays). Please let me know if you want a picture from Pavilion Box 5 for your site.

April 14th, 2011 at 4:45 AM

Precise Seating says:

Sean,

RFB 1 row A seat 7 and 8 will line up with RFB 87 row A. The Red Sox have added a couple seats to that row and shifted the row over some. You are the second row from the field. We will be updating our site with the Right Field Box changes that occurred over the winter, very soon.

Frank

April 13th, 2011 at 8:05 PM

Sean says:

I just received my tickets today. They state Right Field Box Section/Box 2-B1 Row A Seats 7 and 8. I am unable to locate where these seats are on your website. Any help would be appreciated.

April 13th, 2011 at 4:40 PM

Precise Seating says:

Ben,

I think you're right about the handrail. This is something we've seen in the past but it's a fairly tricky obstruction because it depends greatly on the height the person. It might not be an issue for those that are tall. I'll be at Fenway this Friday so I'll take a closer look at and post a report here.

Frank

April 13th, 2011 at 10:43 AM

Ben says:

I have tickets for Right Field Roof Box 29, Row F, Seats 7-8 (end of row). The site says it's a completely clear view but looking at the actually photos from all the seat 1s it looks like there is a separator that goes pretty high. Would this impede views when sitting down at those end seats?

Thanks and keep up the great work here.

April 13th, 2011 at 6:04 AM

Precise Seating says:

Jamie,

Those are excellent seats. You'll love the view from there.

Frank

April 12th, 2011 at 7:14 PM

JAMIE says:

Checking off my Bucket List. Got tickets in Right Field Box, "Section/Box 10-B97", Row CC, Seats 1-3. Tell me I did good??

April 12th, 2011 at 6:07 PM

Precise Seating says:

Jarrod,

Those are very nice seats. Row A will be the first row along the field. You have Right Field Box section 7 row A (below Grandstand section 9).

The seats are located in the area that has been completely renumbered by the Red Sox and we haven't been able to make the updates until we can get into the stadium and gather accurate information. Your seats should be located at about RFB section 4 or 5 on the old map that we currently have. Enjoy the game.

Frank

By the way, I'll probably move your note over to the other Blog area after a day or two.

April 4th, 2011 at 8:25 PM

April 11th, 2011 at 7:04 PM

Jerrod Hicks says: says:

I am a lifelong Sox fan from Texas and my wife and I are visiting Fenway for the 1st time on May 2nd of this year with my three youg sons. My seats are Sec 9-B7 Row A Seats 19 through 22. I cannot locate them on your map. Are these good seats (other than neck strain)? THX!

April 4th, 2011 at 10:08 AM

April 11th, 2011 at 7:02 PM

Precise Seating says:

John,

Yes you're right, there is a difficult viewing angle to home plate so you might a sore neck. The fact that you're so close to the field is a big advantage and worth the inconvenience of the head turn. The bigger problem may be the low row height increase so your son may have some trouble seeing over heads. Maybe there's a way to boost him up a bit. Still it will be exciting to be 14 feet from the field.

Frank

April 11th, 2011 at 7:00 PM

John says:

Hi Frank...thank you for your reply re: RFB 8 Row C the reason I asked about obstructions...your site map says "difficult viewing angle"
Thanks
Just want my son to have a good time....12, and about 4 1/2 feet tall...

April 11th, 2011 at 6:23 PM

Precise Seating says:

John,

Thanks for comments! RFB 8 row C is an excellent seat. It's practically a Field Box seat. It looks like it translates to about RFB 6 row C on the old map. No obstructions to worry about. I've heard that the players sometimes sign autographs in that area but it probably happens fairly early (couple hours before the game).

Frank

April 11th, 2011 at 3:02 PM

John says:

Hi Frank, GREAT site, what alot of help!! I have a chance to purchase (2) tickets in RFB8 Row C seats
1-2...can you give me any info on these...Good seats?
Obstructions? Pregame player closeness? eetc. Thank You

April 11th, 2011 at 2:15 PM

Precise Seating says:

Seth,

The new RFB 1 should translate to the old RFB 87 Lower portion. As far as we know, the bullpen fence is still there and can cause a nasty obstruction for certain seats. It's possible that they made some changes over the winter to the fence but I'm thinking that it's still a problem.

Frank

April 11th, 2011 at 7:41 AM

Seth says:

Looking for obstruction info onthe new RFB 1. Have a few options for seats in a couple different rows in that box but unable to find updated info. Are the rows numbered the same? is that awful fence between the box and the bullpen still there? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

April 10th, 2011 at 7:43 PM

Precise Seating says:

JP,

Yes that's correct, a few years back the private seating section had a divider and it would cause some problems for section 23. That divider has been removed and there shouldn't be any issues from section 23 or 25. You'll find actual pictures from the first seat in every row. Both sections have an excellent view of the infield.

Frank

April 10th, 2011 at 4:37 AM

JP says:

Frank- Excellent site. Wife and I are heading up to Boston for a game in June (Fenway is on my bucketlist). I was about to pull the trigger on RF RoofBox section 23 or 25, but noticed a pic on another site where an overhang and scafolding really obstruct the view of home plate. My hunch is this is from a couple years ago when they were renovating. Can you confirm? Thanks a bunch-

April 9th, 2011 at 7:20 PM

Precise Seating says:

Melinda,

I'm guessing that the ticket says "sect/box 2-B88 row RR" or something similar. It would mean that the seat is located below Grandstand 2 in Right Field Box 88 and the Row is RR.

Frank

April 6th, 2011 at 7:21 PM

Melinda says:

I am looking at purchasing tickets and came across tickets that are right field box 2 row 88-rr where exactly is that because the only 88 i see is right field box 88.

April 6th, 2011 at 6:00 PM

Precise Seating says:

Veronica,

The only obstruction that you'll experience from there is walkway traffic. Row EE is the first row in that section. It has a walkway directly in front of it and a large entry/exit very close by. You'll probably experience a lot of traffic between innings but it should settle down during the game.

Frank

April 6th, 2011 at 2:59 PM

Veronica says:

Hey PS

i purchased tickets for section B88 row ee... on the email i received from the Sox, i have an obstructed view of the pitcher/ catcher or both.... on your website, i have neither...

Will my view be alright?

THANKS!

Veronica

April 6th, 2011 at 2:44 PM

Precise Seating says:

Scott,

Our best guess is something close to RFB 7 row G seat 1 to 4 on the old seating chart.

Frank

April 6th, 2011 at 6:30 AM

Scott says:

I have tickets for RFB 10-B8 Row G seats 9-12. Where do they line up with the old seating chart?

April 6th, 2011 at 1:49 AM

Precise Seating says:

Ed,

We believe that the leg room is consistent with all the Field Box rows so it should remain average for row A. There are 2 rows of Dugout Box seats that are in front of the Field Box seats for the most part.

Frank

April 5th, 2011 at 6:23 PM

ed says:

Hi,

Was wondering if Row A in Field Box sections had more legroom than other FBX rows?

April 5th, 2011 at 5:24 PM

Precise Seating says:

JT,

That is Right Field Box 7 row K. Row K is a new row added to the lower sections. RFB 7 should line up somewhere around RFB 5 on our current map.

Frank

April 4th, 2011 at 6:18 AM

JT says:

So where is the new:

sec/box row
9-B7 K

on your existing map?

April 3rd, 2011 at 9:25 PM

Precise Seating says:

Wes,

RFB 97 row AA is not a front row seat but it is a good seat. Only 36 feet from the field. You can see this seat on our current map and this section should still be accurate.

RFB 7-B4 is most likely Right Field Box 4 (which is below Grandstand 7). RFB 4 is at about RFB 93 on the old map. We have not updated our map until we can get the new seating information.

RFB 1 is the old RFB 87 Lower section (rows with single letters, A - J)

RFB 2 is the old RFB 86

RFB 3 is the old RFB 92 Lower section (rows with single letters, B - J)

RFB 4 is the old RFB 93 Lower section (rows with single letters, E - J)

RFB 5 is the old RFB 94 Lower section, RFB 1AA and RFB 1AAA

RFB 6, 7, 8 are the old RFB 1 - 7

Frank

April 3rd, 2011 at 6:09 PM

Wes says:

I had tickets for RFB93 in Row AA. I thought they were front row seats? I now have tickets for RFB 7-B4 seats 17 - 20. I could not find these seats on your site. Help please? Also can you let me know if row AA were in front row before the changes?
Thanks,
Wes

April 3rd, 2011 at 9:51 AM

Precise Seating says:

Redmedic,

The new RFB 1 is the old RFB 87 lower section which is adjacent to the bullpen.

Frank

April 1st, 2011 at 7:42 AM

Redmedic says:

I am looking at RFB 1, Row B. It looks like the boxes were renumbered, is this section currently behind Right Field or on the first base side of Right Field?

Thanks!!

March 31st, 2011 at 9:46 AM

Precise Seating says:

JB,

You have a perfectly clear view of the infield. The right field foul pole will only cause a very minor obstruction. It is so minor that it will probably not bother you at all. The only issue is a difficult viewing angle. This means that your seat is facing center field and your head will be turned to the left throughout the game to see the infield. You neck might be a bit sore by the end of the night. There is a picture from an actual seat nearby to give more detail. Click on the green box in the Seating Chart.

Frank

March 30th, 2011 at 5:19 PM

JB says:

I purchased seats in Dec. They were in Box 93 row PP seats 7&8. Looks like only some obstruction. Is there good visibility?

March 30th, 2011 at 2:22 PM

Precise Seating says:

Lisa,

It's a great seat. You'll absolutely love the view from there. You are almost in the Field Box seats and only 39 feet from the field.

Frank

March 29th, 2011 at 7:34 PM

Lisa McCarthy says:

Hi Frank, thank you for your last answer re: sec. 97
Row CC seats 1-2-3....one more question, do these seats have a good view? My son is 13 (2nd ball game) thanks
Lisa

March 29th, 2011 at 5:28 PM

Precise Seating says:

Ross,

The last time we checked on Loge Box 157 row MM had 7 seats. The only way for it to have 13 seats is if the Red Sox combined it with Loge Box 158 which had 6 seats in the past. They have been making quite a few seating changes so it is possible.

Did you purchase your tickets directly from the Red Sox?

Frank

March 29th, 2011 at 11:11 AM

Ross says:

I just recently purchased a seat for section 157 row mm seat 13, according to your site seats only go to 7 ?? What's going on there?

March 29th, 2011 at 10:30 AM

Precise Seating says:

Phil,

Pavilion Box 5 has a high row height increase and there would be no issues with heads blocking the view.

Loge Box 102 has a medium height increase and for a 10 year old there's a good chance of problems seeing over the row in front.

Pavilion Box 5 also has a decent chance of foul balls coming your way from right handed batters. PB 1 and 3 get the majority of them.

Sorry that those sections have not been updated with the row height increase indicator. We'll have to update that.

Frank

March 28th, 2011 at 6:12 AM

Phil says:

Forgot to mention my son is 10 years old.

Thanks!

March 27th, 2011 at 7:43 PM

Phil says:

Dear PS,

Your site has been very helpful. I'm bringing my son to his (and mine) first Sox game. I'm debating over Loge Box 102 Row LL and Pavilion Box 5 Row B. My main concern is my son being able to see over the heads in front of him.

March 27th, 2011 at 7:42 PM

Precise Seating says:

Lisa,

The entire Right Field box section is being renovated and I believe that the Red Sox probably created a few extra wheelchair slots in that row. Previously there were 2 wheelchair slots and then it would skip seat #3 in order to put the seat numbering back in order with the other rows. I'm sure that since you purchased from the Red Sox it actually exists now.

Frank

March 27th, 2011 at 1:48 PM

Precise Seating says:

Peanut,

Section 27 row 1 seat 2 is obstructed by the pole but you'll probably be able to lean a bit to see around it. Seat 3 is just on the edge of the pole and by leaning forward slightly should allow you to see around it. This is because you'll be so close to it.

Frank

March 27th, 2011 at 1:43 PM

Lisa McCarthy says:

Hi
My b/f purchased tix...Sec. 97
Row CC, Seat 1-2-3 and your site says NO seat 3 (these are listed as handicap accessible and were opurchased through the Red Sox Online tickets...is this an area where they "created" a seat #3 during renovatiuons? Thank You, your site is very, very helpfuL!!
Lisa

March 27th, 2011 at 9:34 AM

Peanut says:

Forgot to say Section 27, Row 1, Seats 2 and 3. Oops.

Are they as bad as they look?

March 26th, 2011 at 4:17 PM

Peanut says:

I am so bummed I didn't discover your website sooner but there were Grandstand tix on Sox website and they weren't listed as obstructed so I went ahead and bought them. They're row 1, seats 2 and 3 and according to the the animation home plate is completely obstructed, but the tix can't be returned and I'm out $125 for crap plus we're two hours away. Any thoughts?

March 26th, 2011 at 2:32 PM

Precise Seating says:

RFB 7 is a great seat. It's very close to the field and just beyond the infield. You'll really feel like you're part of the game. It almost has a difficult viewing angle to home plate due to the seat facing left field but shouldn't be too bad.

It's only 2 sections away from being a Field Box section. You'll be pleased with the view from there!

Frank

March 23rd, 2011 at 1:01 PM

JT says:

Frank,
Thanks for the response. Great site! Just curious what are your thought on seats in the RFB-7 area?
JT

March 23rd, 2011 at 6:41 AM

Precise Seating says:

JT,

It appears that they have added an extra row to the lower section. It probably translates to the old map at about Section 97 row AA. The first couple rows in Section 94, 95, 97 have always been rather awkward so I'd speculate that they made them part of the lower section.

Frank

March 20th, 2011 at 1:26 PM

JT says:

Frank,
Any info on RFB7 row K? I see your update on RFB seats in your Blog, but no mention on RFB 6,7,8 having a row k.

JT

March 19th, 2011 at 8:37 PM

Precise Seating says:

We believe that the seating configuration should be basically the same. The lower numbered rows will be renumbered into new section numbers. We'll have to see how it turns out in April.

Frank

March 17th, 2011 at 5:47 PM

Doug says:

I have seats in sec 6/B92 seat #18&19. Is this where the new seats are this year and will the viwing angle still be the same as in years past? thanks

March 17th, 2011 at 4:16 PM

Precise Seating says:

Mark,

This appears to be a seat in the Right Field Box section 92. The description is definitely odd because Grandstand section 6 is the outfield Grandstand.

It's common for the Grandstand section to be listed along with the Right Field Box section in order to give some guidance to the seat. I think it causes more confusion than anything else. Also, the Red Sox would probably list it as Right Field Box, section 6, box 92 instead of the odd way that it was listed. Have a look at our FAQ page for another example of this.

In any case, section RFB 92 is a decent place to sit except for a difficult viewing angle. Enjoy the game.

Frank

March 15th, 2011 at 6:12 PM

Mark says:

I won some tickets and I am trying to figure out if these are good seats. The description is a little misleading: Infield Grandstand: Section 6-B92, Right Field Box. Section 6 appears to be in the outfield grandstand and if B92 refers to the box section 92, it is also in the outfield. I've been to Fenway many many times but can't figure this out.

March 15th, 2011 at 12:22 PM

Precise Seating says:

Kevin,

Ah, that's a much closer comparison. The Right Field Roof Box 37 is a little closer to home plate than the Right Field Box 89. It's also up on the upper deck so the view improves a bit more. The down side of the RFRB 37 is that you're on the borderline of having a difficult viewing angle because the seats face center field. I guess I would still lean towards RFRB as the better seat. There are pictures from both sections if that helps. Look at RFB 89 row PP seat 1.

Frank

March 10th, 2011 at 9:19 AM

Kevin says:

, Precise Seating says:

Kevin,

Field Box 89 does not exist. If it was something like Field Box 82, I would say that the Field Box seats are much better.

Frank

Sorry, these are the seats:Right Field Box 89, row MM,



March 10th, 2011 at 7:51 AM

Precise Seating says:

Hi Ed,

Our map shows 3 seats in row B for Field Box 46. Row B is the 4th row from the field. There are 2 rows of Dugout Box seats that come before the Field Box seats.

Frank

March 9th, 2011 at 4:26 PM

Precise Seating says:

Kevin,

Field Box 89 does not exist. If it was something like Field Box 82, I would say that the Field Box seats are much better.

Frank

March 9th, 2011 at 4:23 PM

EJ says:

Hi,

Curious how many seats are in Field Box 46 Row B? And how many rows of seats are actually in front of that row.

March 9th, 2011 at 2:43 PM

Kevin says:

Any thoughts on which of these are better seats?
Roof box 37 or Field box 89 mm

March 9th, 2011 at 12:30 PM

Precise Seating says:

Conrad,

There are 3 rows of tables. I'm assuming that "railing" means the front edge of the right field roof deck. Row 3 is the farthest back. The image provided by Matt is a very good with the exception that tables 315, 316, 317 have been removed. They were replaced with wheelchair seating (RFRB 43).

Frank

March 5th, 2011 at 7:52 PM

Matt says:

Just wanted to give you an update for Bud Deck seats

http://images.tickets.com/images/mlb/rf_seating_chart.gif

March 5th, 2011 at 12:40 PM

Conrad Balagtas says:

For the seats at Fenway in the RF Bud Deck Seat area ($115/ticket), is row 3 the closest to the railing or farthest away?

March 5th, 2011 at 10:51 AM

Precise Seating says:


NEW SELECTION OPTION FOR ALL SEATING SECTIONS. The first seat you select will still require the General Section, section number, row and seat. Once the images are displayed, you can go to the SEAT INFORMATION VIEW to select any seat in that section with the mouse. It will then pull up the images for the selected seat.

March 4th, 2011 at 1:03 PM

Precise Seating says:

All of the seats in Right Field Area have been removed for renovations. The cement is being sealed, seats replaced with new seats and quite a bit of renumbering is going on especially in the Right Field Box sections. Sections that are effected are listed here:


The entire Right Field Box seating has been removed. The lower portion of this is being completely renumbered. We have yet to update our site to match these changes. We will be making these changes in April when we can get accurate information about it. It appears that it will be adjusted in the following manner:

RFB 1 is the old RFB 87 Lower section (rows with single letters, A - J)

RFB 2 is the old RFB 86

RFB 3 is the old RFB 92 Lower section (rows with single letters, B - J)

RFB 4 is the old RFB 93 Lower section (rows with single letters, E - J)

RFB 5 is the old RFB 94 Lower section, RFB 1AA and RFB 1AAA

RFB 6, 7, 8 are the old RFB 1 - 7


All of the seats in the Grandstand area from Section 1 to Section 13 have been removed. If you've been following the discussion here you'll notice that Grandstand 12 has been reduced by 7 seats and Grandstand 13 has been increased by 7 seats. Otherwise, we believe that all the other sections will remain as they were in the past. All these Grandstand sections should have the same style of seats but completely repainted.

Grandstand 1 to 11 - remain the same and should be accurate but we will verify in April when the seats are installed.

Grandstand 12 - reduced from 25 to 18 seats wide. We have updated our site with these changes and will verify in April.

Section 13 - expanded by 7 seat per row. We have updated our site with these changes but we have to verify the exact placement in April.

Other changes in the Grandstand area:

Grandstand 32 - row 1 has been removed. This has been updated on our site.

Grandstand 31 - row 1 now has a full row of seats. We have updated our site with the changes.

Grandstand 29 - additional rows have been added. It now has 18 rows. We have updated our site with the best estimate of the additional rows.

Grandstand 27 - row 1 has been renumbered to start with seat 2 instead of seat 1. The adjustment has been made on our site.


Some seat numbering changes will occur in the Loge Box area due to the renovations:

Loge Box sections from 98 to 106 have been removed and some sections appear to have seat numbering adjustments.

Other Loge Box changes:

Loge Box 163 & 164 - wheelchair seating has been adjusted so that there are now 8 wheelchair slots in each section on the last row.


Field Box sections from 9 to 19 have been removed. There may be some seat numbering adjustments.


Dugout Box sections from 3 to 16 have been removed. There may be some seat numbering adjustments.

Frank

March 4th, 2011 at 9:56 AM

Bob says:

Frank

Thank you for your thoughts. This is a frustrating guessing game until Opening Day. I know that it is going to be a close call. If I can't see if the umpire is calling a pitch a ball or a strike then that is as bad as not being able to see the batter. Even an obstruction of the umpire is unacceptable to me.

March 2nd, 2011 at 8:26 PM

Precise Seating says:

Bob,

I think I know what's happening here. If you look at seat 5, you'll notice that home plate is not actually obstructed. Our site calls out a home plate obstruction when the area immediately surrounding home plate is obstructed. Seat 5 actually obstructs the umpire but not the batter. Seat 6 appears to have a real home plate obstruction but consider that the seats are not in place yet and we could be off by 1 or 2 feet pushing the pole just behind home plate. You would still be able to see the batter but maybe not the umpire. I think this is the case and the Red Sox do not mark it an obstruction unless home plate is blocked from view. The pole is there but probably close to home plate and not over home plate.

Frank

March 2nd, 2011 at 8:04 PM

bob says:

Frank

I am so frustrated by this reconfiguration process that I'm almost losing sleep over it. All the guy said was that the seats will be far enough to the right so that home plate will not be obstructed. When I told him that your sight shows a virtual complete obstruction of home plate he acknowledged your site and said that other people have referred to your site when they are calling him about their seating concerns. I told him that I am concerned and he told me that I will be pleased. There is nothing more that I can do now except wait for Opening Day.

I really do not understand why instead of keeping me at seat 5-6 which actually shifts me over to questionable seats that the Red Sox could not just assign me seats 12-13 which seem to be the equivalent of what my 5-6 was before all of this. If I am obstructed as your seating chart suggests then I hope that they can make good somehow although by Opening Day all the seats are sold and assigned so where can they move me? Just so frustrating.

If you do call to pry more info out of them then please post your findings. The director of season ticket services is Joe Matthews. Since he is aware of your web site perhaps he would be willing to speak with you if you ask for him and tell the customer rep that answers your call that you are calling about your seating site.

March 2nd, 2011 at 1:59 PM

Precise Seating says:

Marty,

Grandstand 7 row 1 would be better so long as it's not seat 8 through 12. Those seats have a serious obstruction. Right Field Roof Box 37 is a little further away.

Frank

March 2nd, 2011 at 11:00 AM

Precise Seating says:

Bob,

Thanks for posting the additional information. I would hold onto the seats as well since I think you have a good case for replacement seats in case it doesn't turn out well. The Red Sox should be good about resolving it if there's a problem.

I wish they could have explained how those seats are not considered obstructed. I don't understand where else they could be placed. It is possible that it will not be obstructed but they need to provide some additional details. The current information that they are providing indicates that it will be problem.

I'll try to call them again and pry out more information about it.

Frank

March 2nd, 2011 at 10:54 AM

Marty says:

Frank, This is our first trip to Fenway. I have the choice of 4 seats in the Grandstand, Section 7, Row 1 or RF Roof Box Section 37, Row g. Where do you think I am better off? Thanks!

March 2nd, 2011 at 8:58 AM

bob says:

Frank

This is a follow up comment to seats 5-6 in section 13 row 11. Today I spoke with the Director of Season Ticketing Services. There are 15 seats in section 13 row 11 as your seating chart indicates. While your chart shows a home plate obstruction he assured me that home plate will not be obstructed from these seats. I mentioned this web site showing the obstruction and he said that other people being relocated have referred to it also so he is aware of this web site.

He insists that seats 5-6 will not be obstructed but when I asked him if someone has actually sat in the seats to verify that he said the seats are not in place yet. So it still remains to be seen
What the truth will be. I was prepared to make the heart breaking decision of giving up my seats if there is a home plate obstruction but now all I can do is cross my fingers until April 8 when I get to see it for myself.
I told him that he will be getting a call from me after Opening Day if these end up being problem seats.

March 2nd, 2011 at 8:53 AM

Precise Seating says:

Grandstand 13 row 1 will be closer to the infield and most of those seats are better. Seat 16 seems to have some concerns. It appears to have a home plate obstruction. We just posted our best estimate of how Section 13 will be arranged. See the discussion below. Section 12 has lost 7 seats and Section 13 has gained 7 seats.

Frank

February 28th, 2011 at 5:56 PM

Chas says:

Frank, I have been in GS 12 Row 1 for 25 years in seats 18-21 and loved them with no obstruction except field behind Pesky Pole.. I think I have been moved to a better seat due to subtracting 7 seats in GS 12. I have been moved over to GS 13 Row 1 seats 13-16. Do you agree that these are better seats? The price is $3 more per seat which I am happy with. I was not sure if seat 13 was past the pole enough to not obstuct anything except maybe a little if right field? What do you think? Thanks for your great site.

February 28th, 2011 at 11:07 AM

Precise Seating says:

Shawn,

The central walkway work has caused it to be lowered by 8 inches. We are still reluctant to remove the walkway advisory for row BB because we believe that people's heads will still block your view of the field. There is a quite a bit of traffic for that central walkway and we believe it will still interrupt your view quite frequently. We will take another look at it in April to verify it.

Frank

February 28th, 2011 at 7:37 AM

Precise Seating says:

Bob,

The changes that we have made to Section 12 and 13 are based on phone calls to the Red Sox ticket office. Unfortunately, they provide very few details over the phone. I'm only able to get information about 1 row per phone call. The updated map of Section 12 and 13 are only estimates based on these phone calls.

We were actually puzzled at first when folks started reporting that Section 13 had 19 seats in the second row. The construction that is now taking place from the Right Field Box are all the way over to Grandstand 13, including Field Box and Loge Box seating, will not be completely resolved until April when we can get a close look at it.

We found out that Grandstand section 12 has been reduced from 25 seats wide to 18 seats wide. This information helped us determine that the 7 additional seats in Grandstand 13 had come from Section 12 being reduced in size. We also noticed that the aisle has been shifted over from the old map so that it falls on the other side of the entry/exit. We really believe that they have shifted GS section 13 over 7 seats. The construction may have provided some additional space in row 11 so that they can put in 19 seats but 19 seats would be the limit for that section bringing it all the way over to GS 14 which has not been touched.

We believe that the updated map is fairly good and that your seats 5 and 6 are in danger of having a home plate obstruction. The Red Sox may not have updated their information with all the changes going on. I would call again and press them to provide more information. Let them know that Section 12 has been reduced by 7 seats and that it's fairly clear that Section 13 has been increased by 7 seats.

Please write back again and let us know about any additional information you can find out.

Frank

February 28th, 2011 at 6:48 AM

bob says:

Frank

Sorry but still have another question about my section 13 row 11 seat 5-6 seats. In my previous comment I said that your 3D chart shows 15 seats in section 11 but there are now 19 seats in the row. It is the Red Sox ticket office that told me that there are now 19 seats in the row. Section 13 is narrower in the higher sections than the lower sections. Your chart shows 19 seats in the lower rows and naturally there are less seats as you move up. So I guess my question is since row 11 is narrower then maybe there are only 15 seats as your seating chart shows? What was your source for how many seats are in row 11 now because if 15 is the correct number of seats and not 19 as I was told then I have a big problem with home plate from seats 5-6. I'm really concerned about seats 5-6 now.

February 27th, 2011 at 7:58 PM

bob says:

Frank

I have a follow up question about my section 13 row 11 seats 5-6 seats. Your 3d chart only shows images up to seat 15 with seats 5-6 having a home plate obstruction. But row 11 now has 19 seats and seats 16-19 are not included in the 3D chart so there are 4 seats missing in your 3d chart. With an extra 4 seats to be added to your 3d chart doesn't that mean that seats 5-6 will actually be where seats 1-2 are on the current chart? This would make my 5-6 seats a whole lot better than what you are now indicating. Hope this question makes sense and thanks for your efforts with this web site.

February 27th, 2011 at 10:59 AM

bob says:

Hello Frank

I have had a weekend season ticket package for many years. My seats are infield grandstand 13 row 11 seats 5 and 6. Before the section 13 changes there was a pole that was between home and the mound but it did not block the plate or the mound. I have been assigned the same row 11 seats 5 and 6 for my season tickets so I have been shifted to the right. The Red Sox told me that I will not have an obstruction but your revised chart shows that seats 5 and 6 now have a home plate obstruction. Did the Red Sox lie to me or are you using your best guess on the changes without having been inside Fenway to see it? I'm now worried that home plate will be obstructed and I go to a lot of games since these are season tickets. Thanks.

February 27th, 2011 at 10:38 AM

Shawn says:

I was able to purchase loge box seats (box 143, row bb) for a Yankee game. After reading posts here it appears as if bb may have a view problem due to the walkway. When I called the Red Sox directly the told me the walkway had been lowered in this area an only aa had an advisory now. Has this walkway work really made a difference in the views for the seats above aa?

Thanks in advance.

February 27th, 2011 at 9:39 AM

Precise Seating says:

Grandstand 12 and Grandstand 13 have been updated to reflect the changes that are currently being made to Fenway. This represents our best estimate of these sections. Minor adjustments may be made in April when we can get a closer look.

Frank

February 26th, 2011 at 8:31 PM

Precise Seating says:

We discovered today from the Red Sox that the construction going on in Grandstand section 13 will affect Grandstand section 12. Grandstand 12 will be shortened by 7 seats (18 seats wide). We expect that Grandstand 13 will be expanded by 7 seats per row. We have already seen some evidence of this with fans buying tickets in GS 13 row 2 seat 16-19. We will adjust our map with the our best estimates and then validate it in April.

Yorick, your Grandstand 13 row 17 seat 1 and 2 appear to be positioned such that the pole is obstructing the home plate area.

Frank

February 24th, 2011 at 6:09 PM

Precise Seating says:

Paul,

I called the Red Sox today and it seems that Grandstand 14 is in the same configuration as it was last year. This means that the seating information should be accurate. The construction taking place in GS 13 will not affect GS 14. It looks like seat 20 can just see home plate but the catcher is probably blocked from view. This could be a little annoying for the person who gets that seat. I can't advise as to which is better but you have all the information in order to make the choice. Enjoy the game!

Frank

February 23rd, 2011 at 8:07 PM

Paul says:

Hi Frank: The seat numbers are 17-20

February 23rd, 2011 at 10:27 AM

Precise Seating says:

Hi Paul,

RF Section 95 is nice as well as Grandstand 14. Grandstand 14 will have a more direct view of the infield than RF 95. Do you know the exact seat numbers for the Grandstand 14 section. The Red Sox have been making changes to Grandstand 13 and we believe it affects Grandstand 14 as well. This could affect the seat numbering for row 9. I plan to call them tomorrow about it.

Frank

February 22nd, 2011 at 8:46 PM

Paul says:

We have a chance to secure 4 Sox tickets in May 2011. We've been given an option of Granstand Section 14 Row 9 or RF Section 95 Row VV. Both are the same price. I noticed per your site (which is great Thank you), section 14 has one partially obstructed seat (home plate). Section 95 is clear. The person at the ticket office recommended Section 14 but I'm not so sure. thoughts??

February 22nd, 2011 at 3:14 PM

Precise Seating says:

Hi Yorick,

We were unaware that Grandstand 13 had an extra row added to it. This has most likely taken place over the winter. Other changes have taken place in Grandstand 13 as well this winter. The view from row 17 seat 1 and 2 will be very similar to row 16 seat 1 and 2. There is a pole obstruction that goes between the pitcher's mound and home plate. You're a ways back from the pole so it's a smaller obstruction.

Frank

February 20th, 2011 at 7:18 PM

Yorick says:

Hi mate,
Awesome site! I was wondering if you know anything about row 17 in Grandstand 13? They do not appear on your site yet. We have seats 1 and 2, are they any good?

Thanks and keep up the good work!

February 18th, 2011 at 8:57 PM

Precise Seating says:

We have added a new selection option for ALL sections. The first seat you select will still require the General Section, section number, row and seat. Once the images are displayed, you can go to the Seat Information View to select any seat in that section with the mouse. Simply click the particular seat you wish on the seating diagram and it will pull up the images for that new seat.

Frank

February 12th, 2011 at 7:14 PM

Precise Seating says:

There are various changes in the Grandstand sections that have been made over the winter. We will update as much as we can but some will need to wait until April when we can take a better look.

Grandstand 32 - row 1 has been removed.

Grandstand 31 - row 1 now has a full row of seats

Grandstand 29 - additional rows have been added. It now has 18 rows.

Grandstand 27 - row 1 has been renumbered to start with seat 2 instead of seat 1.

Grandstand 12 & 13 - Section 12 has been reduced to 18 seats wide and Section 13 expanded by 7 seat per row.

Loge Box 161 & 162 - wheelchair seating has been adjusted so that there are now 8 wheelchair slots in each section on the last row.

January 29th, 2011 at 11:53 AM

Precise Seating says:

Today's trip to Fenway Park revealed that they are currently working on the Right Field Box sections. All the seats are currently removed. It might be some time before the Right Field Box renumbering and reshuffling of seats can be resolved.

Frank

December 28th, 2010 at 8:24 PM

Precise Seating says:


Some of the Right Field Box sections have been renumbered by the Red Sox. We have yet to update our site to match these changes. We will be making these updates in the coming weeks.

RFB 1 is the old RFB 87 Lower section (rows with single letters, A - J)

RFB 2 is the old RFB 86

RFB 3 is the old RFB 92 Lower section (rows with single letters, B - J)

RFB 4 is the old RFB 93 Lower section (rows with single letters, E - J)

RFB 5 is the old RFB 94 Lower section, RFB 1AA and RFB 1AAA

RFB 6, 7, 8 are the old RFB 1 - 7

Thanks for you patience.

December 22nd, 2010 at 10:35 AM

Precise Seating says:

William,

You make a good point about the walkway traffic. Between innings it is steady but during the game it is frequent enough to be extremely annoying. Having your view interrupted every 10 or so seconds throughout an entire game can really get on a person's nerves.

Thanks for posting the info.
Frank

December 13th, 2010 at 10:22 AM

William says:

Thank you again for this site. I would not dream of purchasing tickets to Fenway without knowing the seat number. I think people from other parts of the country do not realize how large a percent of the seating is or is close to being obstructed or unrewarding in some way.

The reason for posting is a comment I saw here that says most of the walkway traffic will be between innings. This, I'm afraid, is true only in a quantitative way. Although the numbers of people in the aisles are much higher between innings, for a variety of reasons the traffic is steady and seldom during the game are walkway obstructed seats free of travelers for more than 30 or 60 seconds. Remember, the vertical aisles are bad, too, filled with a pretty steady stream of vendors. So if you are positioned even within four seats of an aisle but must face in the direction of the aisle to see home plate, your view will be interrupted pretty much continuously throughout the game.

I do not say this to discourage fans. In fact I go to more ballgames at Fenway now because I use this site before buying any tickets. But for fans who come to enjoy the actual ball game rather the crowd and the ambiance, be forewarned. Walkway traffic at Fenway will horrify many of those who are used to newer ballparks. Always use this site. Never buy a ticket to Fenway without checking here unless you are just going as a baseball tourist.

December 11th, 2010 at 12:37 PM

Precise Seating says:

Right Field Roof Box 43 has been added. This is a single row of wheelchair slots with 14 seats that is located in the Right Field Roof Deck section on the 3rd row. For some reason, this section has been labeled Right Field Roof Box instead of Right Field Roof Deck by the Red Sox.

September 27th, 2010 at 6:31 PM

Precise Seating says:

Mike,

Green Monster SRO is a great place from which to view the game. You will need to arrive early to secure a spot along the bar. They limit the number of people who can be on the Green Monster to those holding a seat for the Green Monster. There still seems to always be more people up there than the standing room bar can accommodate. You'll be roughly 350 feet from home plate but it is a unique place to be.

I personally prefer the Pavilion Box SRO area. It's only about 200 feet to home plate which makes a big difference in viewing the infield. Foul balls come back frequently although they are less likely to get all the way back to the SRO section. You're also under cover from rain and a bit more protected from the wind.

Frank

September 16th, 2010 at 7:47 PM

Mike says:

Hi Interested if Green Monster SRO is good spot for game? Do people line up several rows deep? Also, would Pavillion Box SRO be better. Thanks, Mike

September 16th, 2010 at 1:18 PM

Precise Seating says:

Hi Lynne,

Those are nice seats! You'll like the view from there and there are no obstructions of the infield. Only very minor outfield obstructions. The row height increase is Medium which means that your son will have an easy time seeing over heads in the row before you. You may have a more difficult time since you are shorter.

Frank

August 28th, 2010 at 6:59 PM

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September 3rd, 2010 at 8:05 AM

Precise Seating says:

Hi Linda,

Stubhub generally does not provide you with the actual seat number. Somewhere on the site there is an explanation of why this is the case. The seats should be together.

Frank

August 28th, 2010 at 6:53 PM

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September 3rd, 2010 at 8:04 AM

Lynne says:

Just bought 2 tickets: Infield Grandstand 30, row 15, seats 15 and 16 for myself (5'2and my son who is 5'8). Did I make a good choice?

August 28th, 2010 at 9:25 AM

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September 3rd, 2010 at 8:03 AM

Linda says:

I am looking at Loge box tickets from stubhub box 113 rowe jj. However, seller isn't providing the seat numbers. Might that mean they are likely not seated together? What a great site! Thank you.

August 27th, 2010 at 11:37 PM

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September 3rd, 2010 at 8:01 AM

Precise Seating says:

Rob,

You'll need to be there at least 1/2 hour before the game to secure a good spot. Pavilion Club 1 or 3 would be best for foul balls in my opinion. Enjoy the game.

Frank

August 18th, 2010 at 1:50 PM

Rob says:

Frank,
I have 1st Base Pavillion SRO tickets for tomorrow's game. I'm taking the T in...what time should I shoot to be at the park for to get a good spot? Also behind which sections in the pavillion will I get the best views? Does anyone have any pics from pavillion SRO??? Thanks..love the site Frank!

August 17th, 2010 at 11:20 AM

Precise Seating says:

Bill,

Those seats are incredible. No obstructions at all. There's one row in front of you and then there's a handicap seating row. You will not have any problems at all.

Frank

August 6th, 2010 at 7:37 PM

Bill says:

Just wondering how field box section 9 row B is. Any obstructions at all?

August 6th, 2010 at 3:12 PM

Precise Seating says:

Diana,

Parking can be tough and expensive around Fenway Park.

One good option is to take the Green Line into Kenmore Station and then it's a short walk over to the stadium.

I've had some good luck with the Boston University lot on 766 Commonwealth Ave which cost $15. It's a healthy walk of about 1/2 mile. Depends on the kids and if they like to walk. I'm sure that their are other options that people have found. Maybe they can reply here. The closer you get the more expensive it gets.

Frank

August 5th, 2010 at 6:21 PM

Diana says:

Frank:
Thanks so much for the very helpful info, especially about bringing something for the kids to sit on to raise their level of view!! Awesome info. Any thoughts about parking? I know there a lot of options. What might be the best in terms of kid-friendly waiting/walking, etc.

August 5th, 2010 at 3:08 PM

Precise Seating says:

Diana,

I think the tour is great, especially since the cost is low. They will take you through the press box and other parts of the stadium (probably Green Monster but not always). The boys will definitely enjoy it.

You can look up the exact seats on our site for full details. I checked the seats and they are free of any major obstructions. You'll have a minor pole obstruction for the outfield but its nothing to worry about. The row height increase is labeled Medium which means that your boys may have some difficulty seeing over heads considering that they are 5 and 7 years old. You might want to bring something inflatable to raise them up a few inches.

The seats in general are nice and you'll be close enough to really enjoy the game.

Frank

August 5th, 2010 at 1:38 PM

Diana says:

Coming to Fenway for the 1st time (Sunday 1:30 game) with my 2 sons (5 and 7 years old). Seats are sxn 30, row 13, seats 11,12,13,14.
We will be getting a Fenway Park tour at 11 am before the game. Kids are HUGE fans and are so excited. I know the seats are quite far back. Any info on the seats or tour would be so appreciated!
Thanks
Diana

August 5th, 2010 at 12:12 PM

Precise Seating says:

Have a look at the comments below regarding Pavilion Box Standing room. That might be a good option for you.

Bleacher section 41 and 42 are nice but you will be a fair distance from
the infield. The seats closer to the field will help you to feel more a
part of the game. They are also directly behind the bullpen areas so it's
always fun to see them warming up.

Grandstand section 7 or 8 would be nice. You'll have a good view from
there. Just watch out for pole obstructions.

RF Roof Box is nice because it's elevated. It's probably a little better
than Grandstand 7. No obstructions to worry about up there. The only
problem is if you go down too far to say section 39 or so, it has a
difficult viewing angle. Section 33 does not have that problem.

Good luck,
Frank

August 2nd, 2010 at 7:36 PM

Ed A. says:

First off, great website! I'm headed to Fenway for the first time (8/17) and want to try and get the best seats possible without breaking the bank (trying to keep it under $60/ticket). I'm wondering if bleacher seats (i.e. section 41 or 42), Outfield Grandstand seats (i.e. section 7 or 8) or seats in RF Roof Box (section 33)would be best for us? I'll be buying four tickets in one of these sections, if possible...likely through one of the links on your site. Thanks in advance for your feedback!

July 31st, 2010 at 4:15 PM

Precise Seating says:

Donna,

How did you find us?

By the way, the site was first active in January 2009.

July 30th, 2010 at 7:30 AM

Donna says:

Love this website! Wish I had found it years ago. VT is a long drive to watch a pole for a good part of the game.

July 29th, 2010 at 11:21 AM

Rob says:

Thanks Frank, great site. Keep up the good work.

July 27th, 2010 at 1:49 PM

Precise Seating says:

Rob,

1) Both sides are good. First base side is a little better because more foul balls will come your way (more right handed batters than left). Otherwise it is equal.

2) Yes, there is a bar to lean on that makes a big difference. It's actually much more tiring without the bar. If you get to the game late, all the spots along the bar will be taken and it will not be worth it.

3) The view is excellent. Consider that you are only 1 row behind seats that cost $90 from the Red Sox. You'll see every pitch.

July 27th, 2010 at 7:21 AM

Rob says:

Frank,
I'm looking to get some SRO tickets in the Pavillion.
1) Is 1st or 3rd base better?
2) Is there a bar to lean on in the SRO area?
3) What are the views like?

Love the site, it's very useful. Keep up the great work!
Thanks.

July 26th, 2010 at 1:31 PM

Precise Seating says:

Jason,

One suggestion if you're looking to get a great seat on a limited budget. Pavilion Box standing room is nice and only costs $25 from the Red Sox. You do need to stand but they provide a bar to lean on that makes it comfortable. You would need to arrive at least 1/2 hour before the game to secure a spot along the bar for yourself. The view from there is fantastic and you'll have foul balls coming your way all night. Get the first base side if you can.

Frank

July 22nd, 2010 at 8:25 PM

Precise Seating says:

Jason,

Section 40 row 1 is nice. The Red Sox lowered the height of the screen last year that protects the bullpen so it is no longer an issue. You'll be able to see over it without any trouble. In the past, the first few rows needed to look through the screen. You'll be right in front of the Red Sox bullpen which will be nice. You are in the Bleachers which means that you're a little distance from the infield.

We only have 16 seats listed for row 1 of Section 40. Unless the Red Sox have updated that row and added seats, seat 19 and 20 do not exist. I'm surprized that you were able to get the actual seat numbers on Stubhub since normally they only list the row.

To answer your question, the wheelchair row is a mix of wheelchair slots and actual seats. Our site shows which seats are slots and which are seats. By slots, I mean an empty space of concrete. They will provide a metal folding chair for those who do not need a wheelchair. The actual seats are mixed in to provide a seat for the companion of a wheelchair patron.

Let us know if you have more questions.

Frank

July 22nd, 2010 at 8:19 PM

Jason says:

Im looking at buying tickets on stubhub Bleacher 40 Row 1 seats 19 and 20, its says Wheelchair seating in the notes. Are those actual seats or just spots for wheelchair access. This will be my first Red Sox game so I wanted to get the best seat i could. How is the view from behind the bullpen?

July 22nd, 2010 at 8:58 AM

Precise Seating says:

We are experiencing difficulties with our e-mail (info@preciseseating.com) at the present time. Please leave feedback and questions here. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Frank

July 15th, 2010 at 9:46 AM

Precise Seating says:

Mike,

I'm assuming that you are in Grandstand section 1 which means that you will be under cover from rain by the upper deck. Given that it's a 1:30pm start time and that you're in seats 3 and 4, you may get a small amount of shade early on. Seats 3 and 4 are close to the edge of the section and the upper deck may not adequately cover those seats. As the sun moves West it will probably begin to reach the 7th row from the front. I wouldn't count on a lot of shade.

The pole will be in your direct line of sight and you'll be 7 rows back from it so leaning will not make a lot of difference. The good part is that it will not block home plate. You'll still have a enjoyable experience so long as you don't mind the pitcher's mound being partially blocked.

Frank

June 29th, 2010 at 6:32 PM

Mike says:

Great site! Wish I'd found it before my StubHub purchase

I'm in section 1, row 7, seats 3-4, for a 1:30 pm game. Two questions: (1) Looks like it'll be a sunny day. Will we be in the shade? (2) Is the pole likely to be manageable by leaning forward, left or right?

June 28th, 2010 at 9:45 AM

Precise Seating says:

Dave,

Thanks for the question. There is a pole right next to seat 1 that blocks the view of Right Field a bit. From seat 1, you'll be very close to the pole and as such will be able to lean forward to see most of that right field area. You can see an actual picture of the pole by selecting Grandstand 17 row 3 seat 1. You should have a great view from those seats and the pole will only cause a minor annoyance. Please remember to use our links when purchasing tickets.

Frank

June 19th, 2010 at 8:28 AM

Dave says:

Any details on the right field obstruction Grandstand Section 17 Row 1 Seats 1,2,3.
Great site.
Thanks in advance for the reply.

June 19th, 2010 at 7:26 AM

Precise Seating says:

Right Field Roof Deck seats have been added to the site, including pictures from every table.

June 11th, 2010 at 11:30 AM

Precise Seating says:

Thanks for the question. You are correct that the "L" stands for Lower Bleachers. "U" stands for Upper Bleachers. We do not make the distinction because we find it makes for more confusion. The Red Sox make the distinction because it affects the ticket price. I haven't seen the "A" before but after looking at the seat, I'm fairly certain that it's an indication of an aisle seat.

Glad that we could help save you some money and hassle.

Frank

June 11th, 2010 at 6:17 AM

JohnKruk says:

First off, amazing site, immensely helpful and saved me from wasting some serious money on my first trip to the park.

Question: What do letter designations for Bleacher sections mean? I just bought tickets in section "L42A". My best guess is the "L" is for "Lower", as in "Lower Bleachers"? But wonder what the "A" might mean...The row is 11 and seats 19 & 20. Just seems strange since I can't find that same info anywhere except on the ticket the Sox printed.

Thanks again!

June 11th, 2010 at 12:11 AM

Precise Seating says:

Thanks for the question John. You are correct that the Pavilion row 5 seats are actually padded. We have some updated pictures that need to be put in place. It does have a small table in front of it to place your arms, food, etc. It's quite comfortable.

Frank

June 9th, 2010 at 7:34 PM

Precise Seating for John says:

John sent us the following question but his mail server was rejecting e-mails so we decided to post it:

Your photo for state street pavilion 1, row 5, seats 1,2,3,&4 show barstool seats
with a small table. Is this correct? Also, the seat looks unpadded yet the seat info
I have indicated that they are padded seats as well. Could your photo be an old
photo & they added the padding later? Please advise.

June 9th, 2010 at 7:32 PM

Precise Seating says:

Update to all Grandstand sections: The jumbotron obstruction information has been added for those seats obstructed by the upper deck. A leg room indicator has been added to show the leg room comfort. Also, a row height increase indicator has been added. The row height will help determine if heads in the previous row can be a problem.

Leg room indicator:

Below average - adequate leg room for a 5'10" but with no room to spare. This will cause problems for tall folks.

Average - adequate leg room for most people but still not much room to spare. May cause problems for tall folks.

Above average - comfortable leg room for all people.

Excellent - abundance of leg room.


Row height increase:

Low - There is a small increase in row height from the previous row. This may cause a viewing problem if you have someone tall in front of you. An average sized 12 year old will have difficulty seeing over heads.

Medium - There is a medium height row increase. Minimal problems seeing over heads from the row in front of you. Average sized 12 year old may have trouble if there is a tall person in the row in front of you.

High - There is a high row height increase. There should be no issues seeing over heads from the previous row. Average sized 12 year old should have only minimal viewing trouble.

May 16th, 2010 at 1:18 PM

Precise Seating says:

Thanks for the report on the Coca-Cola Pavilion section as well as other sections.

Frank

May 12th, 2010 at 8:14 AM

Ed says:

Thanks for the site and the tips. The Coca-Cola Pavilion was fun, great overall view of the park and field, a little far from the infield for my taste but my son and father-in-law enjoyed being on top of the world (except when the downpour came tearing through in the top of the fifth!).

Those seats are great for seeing the high drives and fly balls to left field.

On a cool night with any wind, it has the potential to be extremely cold up there. Bring gore-tex, layers, and hats.

Moved to Grandstand 30 row 16 after the second wave of rain hit, closer to infield but roof obstructed those high flies to left. Not bad seats, though.

I've sent photos of the two perspectives.

Took my son to field box 46, row D, for the bottom of the ninth (park was half empty at that point!), great proximity but for an 8-year old hard to see over the heads in front. Would think twice about taking a child to field box seats unless I had the first row or two.

All in all a wet day, Yanks stomped over the Sox, long game with the hour-plus delay, but glad to have experienced Fenway finally. Looking forward to Oct. 3 in Grandstand 12.

May 10th, 2010 at 8:23 PM

Precise Seating says:

Hi Bill,

Yeah, the Red Sox will only mark it obstructed view if it blocks the pitcher's mound or home plate. They should have some additional indicators for obstructions.

Did our site represent the seat view accurately?

Frank

May 10th, 2010 at 8:06 PM

Bill says:

Hi again,

I think the Red Sox need to be a little more liberal on what they consider obstructed view.
Saturday I sat in Sec 15 Row 5 Seat 2 there was a pole four rows in front of me and I was constantly leaning to see almost any play at first or second base.

May 10th, 2010 at 11:33 AM

Precise Seating says:

Hi Ed,

Yes someone 6' tall with long legs could have a problem in the Grandstand seats. It would probably mean that his knees would be up against the seat in front of him.

Pavilion Reserved sections are nice. You're in the last row of the section but you'll still have a good view. Your 8 year old may talk more about how high he was than the game. Kids are like that. :) Leg room will be comfortable for father in law.

Grandstand 12 row 4 will be a fantastic view. The only problem with that occurs near seat 10 because it's behind a pole. The row height increase is Medium.

Thanks for the offer of the photos. We'll be looking forward to them.

Enjoy the games,
Frank

May 5th, 2010 at 7:26 PM

Ed says:

Great site.
Want to take 8-year old son and 89-year old father in law to game (he's 6 feet with long legs). Initially wanted infield grandstand but concerned about his comfort with legroom.
Just bought tickets in row J seats 13-15 of Coke Pavilion for the Yankees game Saturday. I realize this is far from the infield, but would they be more comfortable seats for him?

Also, seems like the overall view is pretty good up there, a nice experience for an 8-year old's first game.

We have grandstand seats in section 12 row 4 for final day of season, that will get him a little closer to the action (surprise gift for birthday).

I will take photos when there and send, since you don't have any of that section (I will give you a license to own the photos if you're concerned about copyright).

Keep up the good work.

May 5th, 2010 at 9:05 AM

Precise Seating says:

Update to all Bleacher sections: A leg room indicator has been added to show the leg room comfort. Also, a row height increase indicator has been added. The row height will help determine if heads in the previous row can be a problem.

Leg room indicator:

Below average - adequate leg room for a 5'10" but with no room to spare. This will cause problems for tall folks.

Average - adequate leg room for most people but still not much room to spare. May cause problems for tall folks.

Above average - comfortable leg room for all people.

Excellent - abundance of leg room.


Row height increase:

Low - There is a small increase in row height from the previous row. This may cause a viewing problem if you have someone tall in front of you. An average sized 12 year old will have difficulty seeing over heads.

Medium - There is a medium height row increase. Minimal problems seeing over heads from the row in front of you. Average sized 12 year old may have trouble if there is a tall person in the row in front of you.

High - There is a high row height increase. There should be no issues seeing over heads from the previous row. Average sized 12 year old should have only minimal viewing trouble.

May 4th, 2010 at 6:24 AM

Precise Seating says:

Update to Grandstand section 25: Row 17 and 18 have been updated with regular seat views. These two rows were previously a single wheelchair row.

April 30th, 2010 at 10:56 AM

Precise Seating says:

Update to Bleacher section 35: Two additional seats have been added as row 19 of this section. Previously they were labeled as seats in section 36.

April 30th, 2010 at 7:36 AM

Matt says:

Thanks Frank - great site!

April 28th, 2010 at 8:23 AM

Precise Seating says:

Update to Bleacher sections 40, 41, 42, and 43: The first row in these sections was incorrectly marked as row 2. It has now been properly labeled as row 1. In the past it was for a time labeled as row 2 but the Red Sox have changed the row designation. There is no longer a row 2.

April 27th, 2010 at 7:48 PM

Precise Seating says:

They do seem to have many more tickets available than in the past. Also, in past years it was very difficult to find a pair of seats on the Red Sox site which is not currently true.

Frank

April 27th, 2010 at 6:16 PM

Bill says:

Hi Frank,

I was three seats in from the blue railing so getting out wasnt easy. I will say the view was ok. I ended up walking around quite a bit though.

BTW the Red Sox claim of all of these sellouts is bogus. You can go on their website and get single tickets for almost any game day of.

April 27th, 2010 at 6:29 AM

Precise Seating says:

Hi Matt,

Pavilion Club 1 row 1 should have an excellent view. I don't know if there are any extra privileges that go with a seat in that section but I tend to think the answer is no. Maybe there's someone else who can confirm it.

Frank

April 26th, 2010 at 6:57 PM

Precise Seating says:

Also, you are correct, Grandstand section 11 has a difficult view of the outfield if you are close to the railing because Grandstand section 10 is at a higher level.

Frank

April 26th, 2010 at 6:51 PM

Precise Seating says:

Bill, I assume the uncomfortable part of sitting near the blue railing (Grandstand section 10 or Right Field Box section 97) is that getting to the isle is difficult. This is because the only isle is on the other side of the section. Is this correct?

I believe the view from there should be very good.

Frank

April 26th, 2010 at 6:47 PM

Bill says:

PS.
I forgot that blue railing existed when I bought the tickets. If given the choice I probably wouldnt sit there again
rf box97 row qq.

April 26th, 2010 at 11:36 AM

Bill says:

For Mary,

Be careful if you sit in the rf boexes in Section 10. That blue railing that seperates where the grounds crew sit and section 11 is a killer.
I went to the game against the Orioles Friday night and sitting at the 'closed' end of the section was most uncomfortable. I have a pic on my home computer whh I will try an upload.

April 26th, 2010 at 11:30 AM

Matt says:

Any Fenway experts there?Pavilion Club 1, row 1, seat 13 -- I'm confused as to whether I am a club "member" and what privs I may have or not.

April 26th, 2010 at 11:18 AM

Precise Seating says:

In answer to your question, you'll need to look at the 2D overview map very closely to see if there is a black space at the edge of the section of interest. The black background indicates an aisle.

Frank

April 23rd, 2010 at 1:22 PM

Precise Seating says:

Currently, there's no aisle indicator. In general this is only an issue in the Field Box, Loge Box and a few RFB sections. It would be helpful. We'll consider getting that feature added sometime soon. We have several other features on the list to add before that one. Thanks for asking for it. It's always good to know the changes that can make a difference to fans.

April 23rd, 2010 at 1:15 PM

Mary S says:

Love your site!
I have a question about aisles - is there any indication in your seating charts about the aisles? I know some sections are separated by bars not aisles, so is there any rhyme or reason to being able to tell if your seat is at the edge of a section if it is an aisle or not? (I know you just addressed this for a specific RF Box but wondered if there were any general guidelines)

April 23rd, 2010 at 12:25 PM

Precise Seating says:

Yes, the blue railing runs between Grandstand section 10 and 11. It also continues down between RFB 97 and Loge Box 98.

Frank

April 22nd, 2010 at 11:12 AM

Bill says:

Thanks for the info. I saw a pic on line and I noticed a blue railing thats near canvas ally and figured that was my section.

April 21st, 2010 at 8:43 PM

Precise Seating says:

Hi Bill,

Those are very nice seats. RFB 97 is adjacent to Loge Box 98. The view from there will be excellent. Unfortunately there is no isle between RFB 97 and Loge Box 98. It's still well worth the price.

Frank

April 21st, 2010 at 7:24 PM

Bill says:

Hi.
Im looking at RF BOX b97 row QQ seat 11. For $52 it looks pretty good and better than rf grandstand further out.

Im trying to confirm if im 3 seats in from the aisle on the other side.

Love your site

April 21st, 2010 at 11:28 AM

Precise Seating says:

Cindy,

Thanks for clarifying and thanks for taking some pictures. That will save us a trip. You can send them to info@preciseseating.com.

Frank

April 20th, 2010 at 2:57 PM

Cindy says:

Let me make it clear that it is not the cameraman who causes the obstruction. He is at the very corner of the section and out of the way. It is the fact that the seats are so high that the lower wall of the section itself obscures the foul line in left field. I took several pictures. How can I submit them to you?

April 20th, 2010 at 8:04 AM

Precise Seating says:

Hi Noy,

Both Loge Box and Home Plate Pavilion will be very nice. I would say that the Home Plate Pavilion section would be better. I guess it all depends on which Loge Box section you might be in and your preferences. There are some great Loge Box seats close to Home Plate and then there are some further away. Be careful that you do not choose row AA or BB in the Loge Box since you will have serious problem with walkway traffic blocking your view. Loge Box seats are closer to the field but the row height increase between rows is smaller so there is a larger potential for getting someone tall in the row in front of you. Home Plate Pavilion has a high height increase between rows so there will be no difficultly with tall people. The leg room in the Home Plate Pavilion is much nicer and you will probably get a bunch of foul balls coming your way since it is directly behind home plate. Home Plate Pavilion has a great view because you look down on the field and will probably be able call balls and strikes.

Frank

April 18th, 2010 at 5:56 AM

Precise Seating says:

Hi Cindy,

Thanks for getting back to us. Too bad they lost. We appreciate the details about that section. We'll have to visit the Pavilion Reserved section again and do some analysis on the cameraman and the obstruction it causes.

Frank

April 18th, 2010 at 5:45 AM

cindy says:

My seat did turn out to be in Pavillion Reserved but it was Row J (not UU as my friend had told me) which is the last row in the topmost section in left field. I couldn't see the left field corner. The cameraman was about 7 seats to my left at the same level.
It was almost scary how high it was. there was standing room behind me but it was very cold and there were only a few standers. It was nice in the last row because we could climb out the back and get out of the middle of the row easily.
It was cold, rainy and windy most of the time. But we stayed until the end.
Too bad they lost both games.

This site is great and I will use it in the future for sure.
Go Sox!

April 18th, 2010 at 1:08 AM

Noy says:

This site is so useful and helpful! I'm glad I found it.

I have been debating for the last couple of days where the best location is. I've heard that since the park is kinda small, there really aren't any "bad seats." But honestly, I'm flying up from Charlotte to go to the game against the yankees, and I want the best seats and I'm willing to pay whatever for them. If you had to pick, where would you sit? I am debating between the loge section & the home plate pavilion....

April 17th, 2010 at 7:30 PM

Precise Seating says:

Actually row UU does not exist in the Pavilion Reserved section 18. PB18 row UU is a mystery to me.

Frank

April 17th, 2010 at 5:42 PM

Precise Seating says:

Sorry, we didn't get to this sooner for you. PB18 is probably an abbreviation for Pavilion Box 18. This really should be labeled Pavilion Reserved 18. There is no shelter from rain and you are up high so it will be windy as well.

Frank

April 17th, 2010 at 3:00 PM

Cindy says:

I am going to the game Sat April 17. Seats are PB18 Row UU seats 1 and 2. I'm trying to figure out where they are so I know how to dress (e/g/ wind/rain in face or back?). Having trouble finding these seats on the chart. Can you help! Thanks!

April 16th, 2010 at 2:05 PM

Precise Seating says:

I'm assuming that you have Grandstand section 25. If so you'll have a great view from row 3 and row 4 as long as you are not in the first couple seats. Seat 1 has a bad pole obstruction that blocks home plate.

There is also Field Box section 25 which would be incredible, or Right Field Roof Box section 25 which would also be very nice.

You can see your exact seat by entering the site and once at the Fenway Park page, entering General Section, section, row and seat to see precise details.

Let me know if you need any additional help.
Frank

April 5th, 2010 at 10:58 AM

gwendolyn Kantor says:

We have tickets for tues game against the Yankees. We are in Sec 25 row 3 and 4. Can you tell me how good those seas are, obstructions etc? Thank you .

April 5th, 2010 at 7:47 AM

Precise Seating says:

Mike,

Thanks so much for your comments. It's always nice to get that kind of feedback.

We just recently updated our site to be a bit more search engine friendly but it's not quite where it needs to be. If you search using the string, Fenway Park seating chart, it will appear. The more links people add to their sites pointing to us the more it should rise in the ratings. What search strings were you using to try to find us?

Thanks for the offer of the pictures and the offer of additional photos. Send us an e-mail so we can contact you directly.

It would be nice to have a fan photo directory on our site. We'll have to consider how we would manage it. There are several things to be careful of when taking photos. No game time photos, no players faces or close ups of players in the photos, and no fans faces in the photos if you can help it.

Thanks for your help,
Frank

April 1st, 2010 at 10:53 AM

Mike U. says:

I absolutely love this site. I have been using it since last year to get the seating information. It could use some search-engine optimization since it took me some time to find it once I forgot the link.

I will be attending at least 6 games this season in different areas of the ballpark. I will absolutely be submitting my photos to you (to the info@preciseseating.com) address with a full waiver of rights to the photos. It's absolutely worth it.

If you do include an "upload your photo" link, you can include an "I Agree" check box mentioning that by submitting a photo to the site, you are allowing unrestricted use of the photos and any modification thereof, etc. I don't think people would have a problem agreeing to these terms.

Thanks so much for building this. I have told all my friends. Please contact me if you'd like any particular pictures while I am at games this year. I'd be happy to help!

March 31st, 2010 at 7:57 PM

Precise Seating says:

Neil,

Thanks, we'd like to create one for every park as well but unfortunately it takes quite a bit of work. :)

We'd like to have Wrigley Field or Red Sox Palms Park done next. I think the Red Sox are building a new park in Florida for next year. If you have a preference let us know.

We have the data for the leg room and "raised rows". The raised row (height greater than 1 foot to the next row) occurs in the Grandstand, RFB, and Bleachers. It's a nice piece of information because it means that fan's heads in the previous row are not an issue. We'll do our best to get this feature added. The leg room could probably be displayed as "cramped", "average" and "excellent". We'll have to consider that one as well.

Thanks for your comments!
Frank

March 26th, 2010 at 11:13 AM

Neil says:

Great site! I wish there was one like it for every park.

Any chance you can add leg room data to the seat locations? I know some rows at Fenway sit higher than the one in front of it (about every 12th row or so in the bleachers and rf box) making for greater knee and leg room for that row. It would be great to know which rows in each section have this.

Again, great site. Thank You!

March 25th, 2010 at 10:58 PM

Precise Seating says:

Those seats are absolutely wonderful. My guess would be that you're trying to make us all jealous. :)

If you ignore the reference to Section 15, you'll be able to easily locate the seat through our site. The Red Sox often include the Grandstand section number to assist you in finding the Field Box section. Most of the time it only serves to confuse people.

You are directly behind the Red Sox dugout, 38 feet from the field, 125 feet from home plate, and you'll have a wonderful view of the game. Enjoy it!

Frank

March 24th, 2010 at 5:54 AM

Ottawa Criminal Lawyer says:

Field Box 25, sec 15, row M, seat 3 and 4 - how are they?

March 22nd, 2010 at 11:29 PM

Precise Seating says:

John,

I guess that depends on which seat you had in Grandstand 22. Seat 1 is going to be difficult all through the game. Seat 3 is not bad at all. Maybe you could rotate seats every inning with your friends. Right Field Roof box 41 has a difficult viewing angle and is a bit far from home plate. I guess they are about equal.

Frank

March 9th, 2010 at 6:31 AM

John J says:

Thanks for the earlier advice. Having a choice, where would you rather sit, Infield Grandstand section 22 row 4 seats 1,2,and 3 OR Right Field Roof box Sec 41 Row F seats 3,4, and 5.

March 8th, 2010 at 5:31 PM

Precise Seating says:

Ron,

Unfortunately, they do not discount for obstructed view seats. I think they should especially for large obstructions. Also, they probably did not mark the seats as obstructed view because the pitcher's mound and home plate are in view. Do you know which seats you have? The further over you are in row 3 (towards seat 8) the greater the obstruction. It's not so bad at seat 1 and 2. On the plus side, you will have a good view of the entire infield.

Frank

March 7th, 2010 at 7:53 PM

Ron says:

I just purchased 2 Green Monster seats @ $165.00/each.
I didn't know until afterwards that in section 2, row 3, a large portion of the field is blocked by the light tower. I will have to be more careful next time. How ,in their right minds can they charge so much for seats with an obstructed view?

March 7th, 2010 at 10:04 AM

Precise Seating says:

John,

I'm assuming that Section 22 is Grandstand section 22. If so, seat 1 has a pole that blocks home plate and part of the pitcher's mound. Seat 2 gets better but it's still blocking first base. Seat 3 is the best of them since it only has right field blocked from view. You can see all of this by using our site and entering the section, row and seat. Start at the home page and click on the Fenway image.

Let us know if you have trouble using the site.

Frank

March 4th, 2010 at 7:01 PM

John Jenkins says:

i have seats in section 22 row 4 seats 1,2,and 3 for a game in april. Having never been to Fenway, how bad are they and will we still be able to enjoy the game. Thanks!

March 4th, 2010 at 6:11 PM

Precise Seating says:

Hi Bill,

The pole really is there and will block 25% of your view. The 3-d view doesn't show the pole because it is just barely out of view when looking towards the pitcher's mound. All 3-d views are directed at the pitcher's
mound. The 2d view and supporting information provide a much more complete perspective of the experience from a particular seat.

There is an actual picture provided from the 1st seat in every Grandstand row so you'll be able to enter Grandstand Section 15 row 2 seat 1 in order to see the pole. Given that you're in seat 2 and so close to the pole, you'll be able to lean back and forth a bit to improve your view around the pole. Luckily it blocks the outfield and not the infield from that seat.

Regards,
Frank

February 28th, 2010 at 6:33 PM

Bill says:

Great site. Im a little concerned. I have two tickets for two games both in Sect 15. Row 2 is listed as 25% obstructed for seat 2 any thoughts.

February 27th, 2010 at 1:34 PM

Precise Seating says:

The first row in Section 40 of the Bleachers is a wheelchair row. It has been labeled row 2 in the past. It's possible that the Red Sox have relabeled it to be row 1. We'll check on it in April. My guess would be that it is still labeled row 2. Seat 1 and 2 will be very nice from there. The Bleacher screen has been lowered so it's no longer an obstruction issue. You'll have a great view of the Red Sox pitchers in the bullpen. Seat 1 will be a metal folding chair and Seat 2 will be a standard type Bleacher chair.

February 24th, 2010 at 7:43 PM

Jobaca says:

Great website! I just bought tickets for section 40 row 1 seat 1 and 2 and noticed they were wheelchair accessable seats when I received them. The seller on Stub Hub had them listed as row 2 seats. Will there be actual seats for me to sit in? If so how is the view since your site starts in row 2 for section 40?

February 24th, 2010 at 1:39 PM

Jimmy says:

Well, that makes sense.

February 22nd, 2010 at 8:37 AM

Precise Seating says:

Hi Jim,

The Jumbotron visibility is something that we had planned to add this Spring. We were debating if it would be considered visible from Bleacher seats where you needed to turn around completely to see it. Your note helps with that question. Please feel free to give us more feedback on the issue.

What is your exact seat in Bleacher 40?

The obstructed area is mostly from the bullpen wall now that they lowered the screen. It's not really an obstruction since you can still see the players when they are standing on the warning track. We did not include the obstruction percentage because of this. The wall should obstruct the view of the warning track but since you can still see the players, maybe it's not necessary. What do you think?

February 2nd, 2010 at 6:07 AM

Precise Seating says:

Jean F.

Thanks for the feedback. Would you mind if we used your comments on our homepage?

February 2nd, 2010 at 5:56 AM

Jean F. says:

wow, I was so worried my tickets were behind some pole, but they are not (Loge Box). Great site!!

January 31st, 2010 at 3:28 PM

Jim says:

Great site! One addition I'd suggest is to add jumbotron visibility in your visible features. From my seats in bleacher 40, jumbotron is not even visible if you turn around (unless you stand on the seat and crook your neck). I don't mind but some people might.

Also, they lowered the bullpen screen last year. I think your obstructed area is accurate because it used to obscure home plate, but it still seems like the obstructed area is a little large?

January 30th, 2010 at 9:49 AM

Precise Seating says:

Loge Box sections 162 and 163 now have wheelchair seats included.

January 29th, 2010 at 8:21 PM

Precise Seating says:

Bleacher section 37 and 38 has been updated for a few rows that have shelter from rain due to the jumbotron.

January 14th, 2010 at 7:26 PM

Precise Seating says:

Pavilion Club section 9 and section 10 have been updated with a few seat changes and wheelchair seating. Row 4 of both sections had wheelchair seating added as of last year.

January 8th, 2010 at 12:08 PM

Precise Seating says:

As far as we know, Field Box section 18 was unaffected by the inner bowl changes that occurred last year. The entire section has seats 1-4. This information should be accurate.

December 19th, 2009 at 8:06 PM

Will says:

How many seats wide is row L of field box 18. Is there a seat 5 and 6? The seating chart here only shows 1-4.

December 19th, 2009 at 7:35 PM

Precise Seating says:

A correction to the Right Field Box sections has been made. The sheltered from rain indicator for the last few rows has been updated.

November 28th, 2009 at 5:11 AM

Precise Seating says:

Hi Rob,

Yes there are 2 rows of 4 seats. Thanks for letting us know about the problem. For some reason, the images for that section did not get loaded up to the site. They are available now.

November 11th, 2009 at 6:14 PM

rob says:

section 52 of the dugout boxes-there is no information displayed. are they 2 rows of 4 seats each?

November 7th, 2009 at 2:53 PM

Precise Seating says:

A list of the current locations for wheelchair seating can now be found at the bottom of the General Info page.

October 28th, 2009 at 7:47 PM

Precise Seating says:

Hi Edward,

Those should be fantastic seats. I don't see problems so long as it is Grandstand 24 row 1 seat 9 and 10 and the tickets are valid.

September 27th, 2009 at 2:16 PM

Edward says:

I have section 24, row 1, seats 9 and 10. Got them real cheap so I'm scared. Any problems?

September 26th, 2009 at 7:35 AM

Don says:

Thanks Frank,
That pretty much confirms what I've been thinking. Every once in awhile a higher numbered seat is on an aisle.

September 24th, 2009 at 9:15 PM

Precise Seating says:

Hi Don,

Thanks for the question. Almost all the Loge Box rows start with seat #1. There may be a few exceptions. The aisles in the Loge Box sections vary greatly. Sometimes it is on the side starting with seat 1 and sometimes it is on the side with seat 7 or so. You'll need to look closely at the overall map to determine if an aisle exists next to the seat that your interested in. Does this answer your question?

Regards,
Frank

September 23rd, 2009 at 6:12 AM

Don says:

I'm never sure if the hightest number loge seat in a row is going to be on an aisle or inside near the bar. Do all the loge rows start with seat #1 on the aisle and the hightest numbered seat on the inside of the row?

Thanks for the great site.

September 21st, 2009 at 5:42 PM

Precise Seating says:

The Bleacher screen mentioned in a previous note was measured back in April. We found that our estimation on the height was correct and the adjustment made back in February was accurate. No further adjustment is necessary.

September 2nd, 2009 at 6:11 AM

Precise Seating says:

Grandstand sections 17 thru 24 have been corrected for changes in the last couple rows. Mostly wheelchair seating changes and seat widening changes.

August 28th, 2009 at 5:50 AM

Precise Seating says:

Dugout Box 7 & 9 have been added. Both of these sections have wheelchair seating only.

August 24th, 2009 at 8:46 PM

Precise Seating says:

The Right Field Roof Terrace has been added to the site.

August 17th, 2009 at 7:30 PM

Precise Seating says:

The entire Right Field Roof Box has been updated with the following information:
1) New pictures for the first seat in every row.
2) Updated picture of the seat itself.
3) Position adjustment to improve accuracy.

August 17th, 2009 at 6:04 AM

Mark says:

Great Site!!! I used the site for the game last night (Aug 12th) and the view was exactly as shown on the site!!! I used the StubHub link on your site and looked at the seat view before purchasing the tickets, it worked great. Great Tickets and Great Views, thank you Precise Seating!!!

We also went to the Fenway Tour before the game and we highly recommend the Tour. For $12 (adult) they gave a great overview and history of the Ball Park. And we were able to see the views from the Pavilian, Right Field Roof Box and Green Monster seats!!! Awesome views!

August 13th, 2009 at 7:50 AM

Precise Seating says:

The seats are the same width as when you were a kid. The Grandstand still has the 1934 oak seats which are a little cramped. All the Pavilion sections are new and have excellent seats. The inner bowl for Loge Box and Field Box have been replaced this year and are nice. The rest are somewhere in between.

August 5th, 2009 at 7:21 PM

Vi says:

Great info. I have not been to Fenway since I was a kid. Needless to say I am much bigger now. How wide are the seats?

July 31st, 2009 at 10:17 PM

Dan says:

After attending the game last night I can confirm that the bar on the Budweiser deck is open to all fans, and that the lines are still short.

July 30th, 2009 at 1:39 PM

Precise Seating says:

Thanks for the feedback! You're welcome to send photos to info@preciseseating.com. Thus far we have only used our own photos and images. We'd have to check what is required legally to use photos from others. For example, getting permission to use the photos as well as modify them if needed.

One option is to use the photos directly in our images. Another option may be to provide a separate means to add information and pictures. Any suggestions on how best to manage this would be welcome.

July 27th, 2009 at 11:38 AM

David Gallant says:

This is a great sight - suggestion though - let us help you by sending you photos of our seats when we get them. I don't see anywhere I can upload photos. Otherwise, awesome sight! I have forwarded it on to all my friends!

July 26th, 2009 at 12:41 AM

Precise Seating says:

Field Box sections have been updated to show the new seat pictures (sections 21 to 70).

July 21st, 2009 at 7:43 PM

Precise Seating says:

The Right Field Roof Terrace has barstool style metal seats that are not bolted down. I think that they do this so that wheelchairs can be put in place without any trouble. The Right Field Roof Box and the Right Field Roof Terrace are not gated. Anyone can access it. You can easily move between the RFR Box and RFR Terrace. The terrace is behind the RFRB and raised up.

July 21st, 2009 at 7:40 PM

Dan says:

As of last season, regular ticket holders could access the back side of the bar on the Budweiser deck. Gates and security personel restrict access to the seats and standing room to Bud deck ticket holders, but the bar is (was) open to everyone. Two factors make this especially relavent. First, lines are typically short to non-existent, and second, while many Fenway vendors sell beer in 12 oz. cups, beer sold on the Bud deck comes in 16 oz. cups for the same price.

I am particularly interested to see the newly renovated right field roof section. I have standing room tickets to the Right Field Roof Box for next week, and see that standing room tickets to the Right Field Roof Terrace are sold seperately (for the same price, both $10 more than regular standing room). Does anyone know if the right field roof sections are gated from other areas of the park, and if the RFR "Terrace" is segregated from the RFR "Box?"

July 21st, 2009 at 2:00 PM

Precise Seating says:

Loge Box sections have been updated to show the new seat pictures (inner bowl) and indicate rows that are sheltered from rain (last couple rows).

July 19th, 2009 at 2:54 PM

Precise Seating says:

Home Plate Pavilion Club seat images have been refreshed to reflect the new upper deck changes.

July 18th, 2009 at 7:46 AM

Precise Seating says:

As far as I know, the Bud Deck and amenities are only available to Bud Deck ticket holders.

I don't have any recommendations for websites selling tickets except for stubhub. I have used stubhub and it worked out fine for me.

Personally, I think one of the best values is the Pavilion Box standing room. You do have to stand but the price is low and the view is great.

July 1st, 2009 at 6:28 AM

CJ says:

Is the Bud Deck and its amenities accessible from the Right Field Roof Box seats? Do you have any recommended websites of where to buy tickets without getting screwed?
Thanks...thisa site is the best!!!~

June 30th, 2009 at 6:03 PM

Precise Seating says:

Steve,
We have the information for the Right Field Terrace Boxes but have not entered them as yet. We will be doing so soon.

Terrace B, seats 32-35 will be directly behind Right Field Roof Box section 39. You can get a general perspective by selecting RFRB 39 row G seat 1. The seat type is a metal barstool.

Thanks for you comments, we appreciate folks letting us know about missing seats or any changes we need to make. The Red Sox actually make many more changes than they let the press know about. Your comments help us find many of those like the Dugout Box changes noted below.

June 29th, 2009 at 3:22 PM

Steve says:

I have tickets for RF Box - Terrace B, Row 1, seats 32-35. How does this map to your system. BTW - great idea and execution of software. I lknow it must be a bear to keep up wiht changes

June 29th, 2009 at 2:23 PM

Precise Seating says:

Janice,
After reviewing some information online, we are finding that there is a Dugout Box 9 as well as, Dugout Box 7 that were not previously there. We will update our site once we're able to obtain the exact seat information.

June 29th, 2009 at 1:03 PM

Precise Seating says:

Janice,
We currently do not have a Dugout Box section 9. It is possible that the Red Sox have added Dugout Section 9 since we last checked on it. If so, it would be directly in front of the Field Box section 9. Dugout box sections only have 2 rows and they are labeled row 1 and 2. The info you provided with row 1 seat 2 would make sense but row D4 would not. I can only guess at what D4 might mean but you might wish to check with the folks you bought them from. If there is a Dugout Box section 9, row 1 is right on the field and will be a fantastic seat.

June 29th, 2009 at 8:24 AM

Janice says:

The ticket says..
Dugout Box c/a
Section 9, Row D4, Row 1, Seat 2. I know I am in the box seats in canvas alley but am I in the first row right on the field?

June 28th, 2009 at 6:22 AM

Craig says:

This is AWESOME!! Great idea, and long overdue. Keep up the great work!!!

June 27th, 2009 at 4:44 PM

Precise Seating says:

Janice,
Could you provide all the info for the ticket? I'm not sure what D4 represents. There are rows labeled with a single letter, double letter and numbers. It depends on the general section as to how the rows are labeled. They are not mixed within a general section. Row 1 and Section 9 could mean Grandstand 9 row 1 but there should be more information about the general section. Section 9 also appears in the Field Box and Green Monster.

Alvero,

Section 4 Box 90 would mean that the ticket is for the Right Field Box section 90. Section 90 is below Grandstand section 4. The Red Sox provide this additional information (Grandstand section) to help guide you but I think it is more confusing. Hope that helps.

June 27th, 2009 at 7:43 AM

alvaro says:

what means secction 4 box 90?

June 25th, 2009 at 11:07 PM

Janice says:

I have tickets that have two rows listed D4 and Row 1. I am confused to where these are. they also say section 9.

June 25th, 2009 at 8:32 AM

Precise Seating says:

Grandstand sections 31 and 32 have been updated to include the wheelchair seating in row 16. Row 15 in both sections has been adjusted since seats were removed from this row to accommodate the wheelchair seating.

June 10th, 2009 at 7:58 PM

Precise Seating says:

Devin, after reviewing some of the concert seating arrangements, we noticed that the temporary seating on the grass field varies from concert to concert. This makes it difficult to keep the concert seating up to date. We are still reviewing it but it may be some time later when we come to a decision on it.

May 30th, 2009 at 3:38 PM

Precise Seating says:

Green Monster pictures have been added for the first seat in every row. This has been done for all 10 sections.

May 27th, 2009 at 7:22 PM

Precise Seating says:

Bill, your welcome! Glad we could help and thanks for the feedback.

Devin, that's a great idea. We'll consider making another set of images with the perspective of the concert arrangement. Currently you can select seats and get a feel for obstructions and location of seats. The stage would be located in Center Field with the 17 foot wall as the back of the stage area.

May 26th, 2009 at 6:16 PM

Devin says:

could you include information or pictures regarding stage location for Fenway concerts?

May 25th, 2009 at 3:30 PM

BIll Fogel says:

THANK YOU!!
Made a pecial occasion much easier to take care of. Coming from Maine, got to know exactly what I was buying. Take a LOT of stress away, especially from those of us who can't get there very often..

May 23rd, 2009 at 6:48 PM

Precise Seating says:

Loge Box section 155 has been updated to include the new seats as a result of the inner bowl changes that took place over the winter. It is now 6 seats wide (previous 4 seats wide).

May 23rd, 2009 at 2:49 PM

Precise Seating says:

The entire Right Field Roof Box section has been updated. Section 21 and 43 no longer exist. The Section numbers are now 23, 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, 35, 37, 39, and 41.

May 17th, 2009 at 7:47 PM

Precise Seating says:

Pavilion Club sections 9 and 10 have been updated to include additional seats in rows 1 and 2.

May 13th, 2009 at 8:26 PM

Precise Seating says:

Pavilion Box row designations were changed from numbers to letters. The rows are now numbered from A to E.

April 17th, 2009 at 7:16 AM

Precise Seating says:

Pavilion Reserved sections 16 and 18 have been added to the site. These two sections make up the entire Pavilion Reserved general section.

April 8th, 2009 at 7:48 PM

Precise Seating says:

Grandstand section 32 and 33 were updated to include the designation for Alcohol-free family section. This can be seen when selecting any seat in these sections and then viewing the seat information view.

April 3rd, 2009 at 10:11 AM

Precise Seating says:

info@preciseseating.com was not functional for a short time. The problem has been corrected and mail is now sent to the right location.

March 23rd, 2009 at 6:09 PM

Precise Seating says:

Green Monster section 6 was updated to show that row 3 is a wheelchair row.

February 22nd, 2009 at 12:32 PM

Precise Seating says:

The Right Field Box sections 1AA and 1AAA were not able to display the images due to a problem on our site. This problem has been corrected and they now display as they should.

February 20th, 2009 at 11:21 AM

Precise Seating says:

Bleacher section 39 previously had rows from 1 to 31. We believe that the rows in this section were renumbered when the bleacher seats were replaced. The rows are now correctly number from 20 to 50.

February 20th, 2009 at 9:39 AM

Precise Seating says:

The Bleacher screen that previously caused an obstruction for section 40 through 43 has been lowered. We have been able to estimate the screen height and have replaced the first 9 rows in those Bleacher sections to reflect the change. The screen should no longer be a problem although we will not be able to get an exact measurement until April.
February 14th, 2009 at 11:30 AM

February 20th, 2009 at 9:36 AM

Precise Seating says:

Hi Steven,

Thanks for the feedback. It's based on the 2008 arrangement. Seat 22 on our map is very close to blocking 3rd base and looks to be less than a foot away from it. In general that is the level of accuracy that you can expect. Of course, we are always trying to be as precise as we can and we'll check on this particular seat in April.

Thanks!
January 15th, 2009 at 6:33 PM

February 20th, 2009 at 9:35 AM

Precise Seating says:

Steven Sullivan says:
Hi PS:

Great information on your web site!

Is the infield grandstand seat layout based on the 2008 arrangement or the revised 2009 plan with wider seats?

I sat in section 24, row 14 last year and noted an obstruction in seat 22; with the pole right over the 3rd base bag.

Your site notes seat 20 as the first seat to obstruct 3rd base; which is different from my experience.

Can you help?

February 20th, 2009 at 9:28 AM

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