St. Louis Cardinals Field Boxes
St. Louis Cardinals Field Boxes are the largest seating section within the ground level of Busch Stadium. The Busch Stadium seating chart shows the Cardinals Field Boxes spread throughout the 100 level of the ballpark.
St. Louis Cardinals Field Boxes are split into seven sub-sections: Infield Field Boxes, First Base Field Boxes, Third Base Field Boxes, Right Field Boxes, Lower Right Field Boxes, Left Field Boxes, and Lower Left Field Boxes. All Cardinals Field Boxes are positioned very close to the playing surface and grant fantastic views of the Major League Baseball action. Cardinals Infield Field Boxes cost nearly twice as much as the cheapest Cardinals Field Boxes in the outfield. Within each Cardinals Field Box section, seats in the front rows are coveted for their largely unobstructed views and additional leg room.
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Cardinals Field Box ticket vary in price depending on section, game, and day due to the Cardinals variable pricing structure. Look at the price of St. Louis Cardinals tickets for more detailed information. The cheapest Cardinals Field Boxes deep in the outfield during a mediocre Spring game cost below face value on the secondary market while the most expensive Cardinals Field Boxes behind home plate against a top rival on a weekend cost multiple times face value from ticket brokers. Since the best Cardinals Field Box tickets are often sold on a season ticket basis, fans interested in good Cardinals Field Box tickets should shop secondary market ticket sellers and ticket websites for the best selection of good seats. Expect to slightly more than face value for most games.
View of the St. Louis Cardinals Field Boxes at Busch Stadium