Terrace Reserved

The Terrace Reserved seats are divided into two sections: Infield and Outfield.

Outfield Terrace Reserved are located between sections 201-209 and 233-242.
Infield Terrace Reserved are located between sections 209-233.

In sections 209 and 233, the seat numbers determine whether they are Infield or Outfield.
In section 209, seats starting with 1 are considered Infield. Seats starting with 101 are considered Outfield.
In section 233, seats starting with 101 are considered Infield. Seats starting with 1 are considered Outfield.

The poles that help support the upper deck are located in the following sections:

Section 202 row 22 seat 1
Section 204 row 15 seat 103
Section 205 row 8 seat 107
Section 206 row 6 seat 101
Section 208 row 6 seat 101
Section 209 row 6 seat 101
Section 211 row 6 seat 101
Section 213 row 6 seat 107
Section 215 row 6 seat 114
Section 215 row 6 seat 9
Section 216 row 6 seat 5
Section 218 row 6 seat 1
Section 219 row 6 seat 1
Section 220 row 6 seat 1
Section 222 row 6 seat 101
Section 223 row 6 seat 101
Section 224 row 6 seat 101
Section 226 row 6 seat 101
Section 228 row 6 seat 1
Section 229 row 6 seat 1
Section 231 row 6 seat 1
Section 233 row 6 seat 1
Section 235 row 6 seat 1
Section 236 row 6 seat 1
Section 237 row 10 seat 6
Section 239 row 17 seat 3
Section 240 row 20 seat 108

With the exception of the outfield seats, nearly all the poles are at seat numbers 1 & 101.
The best seats in the Terrace Reserved area are seats in the middle of the section.

Nearly all Terrace Reserved sections start at row 7. The following are the exceptions:

Sections 201-205 row 1
(for section 205, seats to the right of the aisle are considered Terrace Box)
Sections 237-242 row 1
(for section 237, seats to the left of the aisle are considered Terrace Box)

There is nothing that separates the Terrace Box (rows 1-6) from the Terrace Reserved seats.

Not every section has the same amount of rows. The following are the rows in each section:

Section 201 – 15 rows
Section 202 – 32 rows
Section 204 – 32 rows
Section 205 – 23 rows
Section 206 – 23 rows
Section 208 – 22 rows
Section 209 – 22 rows
Section 211 – 22 rows
Section 213 – 22 rows
Section 215 – 23 rows
Section 216 – 23 rows
Section 218 – 23 rows
Section 219 – 23 rows
Section 220 – 23 rows
Section 222 – 23 rows
Section 223 – 23 rows
Section 224 – 23 rows
Section 226 – 23 rows
Section 228 – 23 rows
Section 229 – 23 rows
Section 231 – 23 rows
Section 233 – 23 rows
Section 235 – 23 rows
Section 236 – 23 rows
Section 237 – 25 rows
Section 239 – 31 rows
Section 240 – 31 rows
Section 242 – 19 rows

The upper deck overhang will affect your view if you are too far back in the section.
Infield seats higher than row 15 will be unable to see the scoreboard in center field.

Sections 201 and 242 are located in the corner and are not affected by the poles or upper deck.

There are many seats where you aren’t obstructed at all. However, the majority of the Terrace Reserved seats will have some sort of obstruction.
The ticket will only say “Limited View” if you are unable to see the pitchers mound or any of the bases.
That is why only a small amount of seats are considered obstructed, even though more than half of the seats do not offer great views.

If your ticket does not say “Limited View” and you are within the first 15 rows, your view will be fine. It’s the infield seats behind row 15 that you are taking a gamble on.

Take a look at the location of the poles that I listed above. You’ll be able to judge on whether or not a pole is in your way.

The upper deck overhang will provide shelter if the weather is bad.
(Section 201 and 242 are not covered by the overhang)

To view actual seat views from the Terrace Reserved sections, click here!

Ticket prices for the 2014 season vary by game date.
Infield Terrace Reserved: $17-$50.
Outfield Terrace Reserved: $14-$46.

All prices are subject to change due to market demand. The price you see one day may be different the following day. Prices will increase as supply becomes limited.  Cubs encourage you to buy early for the best price due to dynamic pricing.