Pittsburgh Pirates Infield Boxes

Pittsburgh Pirates Infield Boxes comprise the largest seating area on the field level of PNC Park. The PNC Park seating chart shows the Pirates Infield Boxes ranging from first base to home plate and to third base from behind the Lexus Club and Dugout Box sections.

Pittsburgh Pirates Infield Boxes are in sections numbered 109 through 124 around the infield. Despite being such a large seating area, all Pirates Infield Box tickets are sold for the same price. This creates high demand for front row seats in the sections behind home plate and low demand for back row seats in the sections closer to the outfield. As the picture documents, the view from the back portion of the Pirates Infield Boxes is a flat angle and makes it a little difficult to follow each pitch. Given the price for average tickets in this section, fans should look for tickets for front row areas for a much improved game experience.

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Pirates Infield Box tickets cost $24, $25, $26, or $27 per game for full season, half season, 20 game, and 10 game packages respectively. Individual game Pirates Infield Box tickets are sold for $27 in advance or $32 for day-of-game sales. Avoid paying full face value for any ticket in the back one-third of any Infield Box section.; Conversely, tickets near the front five rows are worth a premium above face value for better sight lines and being closer to the field. Secondary market ticket brokers and ticket websites sell high quality Pirates Infield Box tickets even when the team is sold out. Consider paying up to $40 for a front row seat behind home plate for most games and even higher prices for weekend games against quality opponents or rare interleague games.

Pittsburgh Pirates Infield Boxes

Pittsburgh Pirates Infield Boxes
View from the Pittsburgh Pirates Infield Boxes at PNC Park
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