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Which Jays game and where to sit?

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Which Jays game and where to sit?

My wife would like to go to a Blue Jays game. I'd like some suggestions on who to watch them play against and which sections to buy seats in. I'd like to get good value seats, somewhere we can enjoy the acton, with a good view without spending a whole lot.
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Sit somewhere so that you can see the jumbotron tv. They show replays and stuff on there non-stop.
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If you sit on the field level, keep in mind that the netting now has extended to the ends of the dugouts so it's safer but you have a net in your view.
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Good points, thanks.
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200 level seats are undervalued IMO. As to which game well that's a personal preference but I would recommend the Washington Nationals as they are a very good team, don't come here very often and you get to see a very good player in Bryce Harper, just missed the Angels with Ohtani and Trout.
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I would wait a bit longer till August. Bluejays should be 25+ games below .500. You can probably score great seats at bargain prices.
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I bought seats at the upper deck, but came down to the left field area because seats were empty. Pay less GET more!
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For afternoon games, go on the third base side. Avoid the first base side.
This is due to the position of the Sun and which areas get good shade.
At night it doesn't matter.
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blexann wrote: 200 level seats are undervalued IMO. As to which game well that's a personal preference but I would recommend the Washington Nationals as they are a very good team, don't come here very often and you get to see a very good player in Bryce Harper, just missed the Angels with Ohtani and Trout.
+1

The 200 Level infield seats are also padded so no hard plastic like the 100 level.
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batcave wrote: +1

The 200 Level infield seats are also padded so no hard plastic like the 100 level.
and on that note the 100 level seats are overrated, expensive and yea I really hate that hard plastic
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