Upper Deck Reserved

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

Infield Upper Deck Reserved are located between sections 509-532.
Outfield Upper Deck Reserved are located between sections 503-509 & 532-538.

In sections 509 and 532, the seat numbers determine whether they are Infield or Outfield.
In section 509, seats starting with 1 are considered Infield. Seats starting with 101 are considered Outfield.
In section 532, seats starting with 101 are considered Infield. Seats starting with 1 are considered Outfield.

The Upper Deck Reserved seats are located behind the Upper Deck Box seats.
There is a walkway that separates the two sections.

All of the sections begin with row 1 and every section has 9 rows.

These are the cheapest seats at Wrigley Field and many of the seats are obstructed.

The poles that may obstruct your view are located in the following sections:

Section 503 row 1 seat 12
Section 505 row 1 seat 101
Section 506 row 1 seat 101
Section 508 row 1 seat 101
Section 509 row 1 seat 1
Section 511 row 1 seat 1
Section 512 row 1 seat 101
Section 514 row 1 seat 101
Section 515 row 1 seat 101
Section 516 row 1 seat 1
Section 517 row 1 seat 1
Section 524 row 1 seat 1
Section 525 row 1 seat 1
Section 528 row 1 seat 106
Section 529 row 1 seat 101
Section 530 row 1 seat 101
Section 532 row 1 seat 101
Section 533 row 1 seat 1
Section 534 row 1 seat 1
Section 536 row 1 seat 1
Section 538 row 1 seat 1

Nearly all of the poles are located at seats 1 or 101. Your best opportunity to avoid sitting behind a pole is to sit in the middle of the section. Seat numbers higher than 5 (right side of aisle) and higher than 105 (left side of aisle).

There are numerous seats that offer a great view for the price you’re paying. Infield seats within the first 3 rows are excellent seats. Of course, this is assuming it isn’t an obstructed view seat. I would not recommend sitting in the Outfield Upper Deck Reserved. You are far away from the action and sight views are not the greatest.

All seats are protected by an overhang. Unlike the Terrace Reserved seats, the upper deck overhang does not interfere with any views. You are protected if the weather turns bad! The only obstructions you have to worry about are the poles. 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 ticket price differential from the Box seats to the Reserved seats are upwards of $40 per ticket!
Finding solid infield seats in the Upper Deck Reserved can save you a lot of money.

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

Ticket prices for the 2014 season vary by game date.
Infield Upper Deck Reserved: $10-$32.
Outfield Upper Deck Reserved: $9-$29.

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.

The Upper Deck Reserved seats are located between the red lines shown below:


Upper Deck Reserved