Colorado Rockies Lower Reserved

The Colorado Rockies Lower Reserved is comprised of the front one-third of every section on the 300 level of the ballpark from the infield to the start of the outfield wall. The Coors Field seating chart shows the Rockies Lower Reserved just in front of the Upper Reserved seats with the areas separated by a walkway.

Colorado Rockies Lower Reserved areas are divided into three different locations: Rockies Lower Reserved Infield around the infield in sections 321 to 340; Rockies Lower Reserved Outfield in sections 342 to 346 in left field and 315 to 319 in right field; Rockies Lower Reserved Corner in sections 311 to 313 above the Mountain Ranch Club in the right field corner. The picture below was taken from the Rockies Lower Reserved seats on the left field line and shows the upper deck level of seating on the opposite side of the field. The higher area of seats occupying the top-portion of the upper deck is the Rockies Upper Reserved section while the Rockies Lower Reserved seats are below the off-white colored walkways separating the two areas.

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Rockies Lower Reserved tickets are sold for different prices depending on location. Lower Reserved Infield tickets cost $20 when purchased as a full 81 game season ticket package or between $27 and $61 for individual games. Lower Reserved Outfield tickets are only sold as individual games and priced from $17 to $41. Lower Reserved Corner tickets are sold for individual games and range from $17 to $26 per game. Since, for most individual games, there is a small price differential between any of the Lower Reserved tickets and seats in the Outfield Boxes, fans should pay a few dollars more for much better seats closer to the field. The discount offered for full-season Lower Reserved Infield tickets makes them a good choice for anyone planning to attend many games during the year.

Colorado Rockies Lower Reserved

Colorado Rockies Lower Reserved
View from the Colorado Rockies Lower Reserved at Coors Field
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