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    Which section/ticket price gives you the most "bang for your buck" @ GABP?

    Seeking opinions... Not trying to spend more than fifty bucks a ticket. If I can spend less for a similar viewing experience that would be great. Thanks.
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    Re: Which section/ticket price gives you the most "bang for your buck" @ GABP?

    134-135. $34 a ticket; Right field line.
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    Champions club level. $75 all you can eat and drink. I highly recommended the butter/cinnamon pretzels.
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    Re: Which section/ticket price gives you the most "bang for your buck" @ GABP?

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    134-135. $34 a ticket; Right field line.
    I love 135.
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    Also check out the special pricing some of the non-premium seats have for certain games. I prefer the upper level because of the angle... I'm short and hate having my view blocked. Sat in 132 on the aisle a few weeks ago but with people getting all the time barely saw the game - worse $50 I've ever wasted!
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    Re: Which section/ticket price gives you the most "bang for your buck" @ GABP?

    Quote Originally Posted by powersackers View Post
    Champions club level. $75 all you can eat and drink. I highly recommended the butter/cinnamon pretzels.
    Are they up to $75 now? Last season they were only $60 (or was that price just because I got the tickets through someone who works for the team?). Still, I'd agree that this is a good deal.
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    Re: Which section/ticket price gives you the most "bang for your buck" @ GABP?

    My favorite sections are the field level box seats along the firstbase line, around sections 127 to 133, which go for between $45 and $60 a seat. I try to get far enough back to be under the overhang from the second deck; that way I have shade for a hot afternoon game and shelter if it rains.
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    Re: Which section/ticket price gives you the most "bang for your buck" @ GABP?

    I'm partial towards the $5 view level tickets. Great view of the river, good view of the field, and cheap tickets

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    Re: Which section/ticket price gives you the most "bang for your buck" @ GABP?

    Quote Originally Posted by cincrazy View Post
    I'm partial towards the $5 view level tickets. Great view of the river, good view of the field, and cheap tickets
    For a few years you could get season tickets in those sections (I was the only one to do so...). 537-V-1...last seat in the right field corner. Still the best seat in the house IMO. I'm in the club now for 20 games this season so I'm spoiled with the A/C.
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    Re: Which section/ticket price gives you the most "bang for your buck" @ GABP?

    Quote Originally Posted by powersackers View Post
    Champions club level. $75 all you can eat and drink. I highly recommended the butter/cinnamon pretzels.
    Highly agree on both but especially the butter/cinnamon pretzels. Sitting in this section really spoils you.

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    Re: Which section/ticket price gives you the most "bang for your buck" @ GABP?

    Does that include beer/spirits?
    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap Irony View Post
    Calipari is not, nor has he ever been accused or "caught", cheating. He himself turned in one of his players (Camby) for dealing with an agent to get one Final Four overturned. The other is all on the NCAA and Rose. (IF Rose cheated.)
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    Re: Which section/ticket price gives you the most "bang for your buck" @ GABP?

    Moon Deck for me. Cool view of game and scoreboard, your own concessions and restrooms and easy in/out of the stadium. Have been getting Power Packs out there since GABP opened.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WMR View Post
    Does that include beer/spirits?
    Nope, those are extra in the club...
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    Re: Which section/ticket price gives you the most "bang for your buck" @ GABP?

    Moondeck/Sun Deck.... first five rows especially. Good view.
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