Colorado Rockies Rockpile
The Colorado Rockies Rockpile is the signature seating area of Coors Field despite being the cheapest tickets in the ballpark. The Coors Field seating chart shows the Rockpile high above the field in straight away center field.
The Colorado Rockies Rockpile seating area consists of 2300 bleacher seats added after the construction of the stadium as a way to increase capacity for popular games. The Rockpile quickly became a popular seating area due to low ticket prices and amazing views of the Rocky Mountains beyond the ballpark. Although formerly numbered 359, 360, and 361, Rockpile areas are currently described as Rockies Section 401, Rockies Section 402, and Rockies Section 403. From the position beyond the center field wall, all Rockpile tickets offer a clear view of the entire playing surface. Fans in the Rockpile are subjected to cold winds during the spring and fall, but provide a fantastic game experience during a warm summer day.
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Rockies Rockpile tickets are sold for $4 for every game with no multiple game packages available. With every ticket in the seating area sold for the same price, the best seats near the front rows and aisles sell out well before bad locations in the middle of back rows. Since any Rockies ticket grants access to all non-club level areas of Coors Field, the Rockpile can be a wonderful way to get the entire family into the ballpark for an affordable price.
View from the Colorado Rockies Rockpile at Coors Field