Boston Red Sox Right Field Boxes

Boston Red Sox Right Field Boxes occupy the space between down the right field line on the first level of seating at Fenway Park. The Fenway Park seating chart shows the Red Sox Right Field Boxes stretching from halfway down the right field line to just around the corner of the right field wall.

Boston Red Sox Right Field Boxes are divided into two levels of seating due to huge slanted sections on the ground level of Fenway Park. The level closer to the field is numbered from 1 to 8 moving from the right field wall toward first base. The level farther from the field is numbered from 87 to 97 moving from the right field wall toward first base. As the picture below demonstrates, the first level Red Sox Right Field Boxes are immediately next to the field and provide a ground level perspective on the Major League Baseball game. The steep slanted sections within the first level of the ballpark grant good sight lines from nearly all seats, but you should take care to avoid purchasing tickets that are market with “obstructed view”. Obstructed view seats are located behind poles and stadium supports and often provide absolutely no view of the infield.

See the Boston Red Sox seating chart and consider other Fenway Park seating areas: Red Sox Green Monster seats, Red Sox Dugout Seats, Red Sox EMC Club, Red Sox Field Boxes, Red Sox Pavilion Club, Red Sox Budweiser Right Field Roof Deck, Red Sox Loge Boxes, Red Sox Pavilion Boxes, Red Sox Coca-Cola Pavilion Reserved, Red Sox Infield Grandstand, Red Sox Right Field Boxes, Red Sox Right Field Roof Boxes, Red Sox Right Field Roof Terrace, Red Sox Outfield Grandstand, Red Sox Bleachers, and Red Sox Standing Room Only.

Red Sox Right Field Box tickets cost $52 each for individual game tickets purchased directly from the team. The Red Sox do provide limited numbers of season tickets, but there is a multi-year waiting list for the right to purchase Red Sox season tickets and the team strictly limits the quantity of seats offered for season ticket sales. While getting tickets directly from the team is the cheapest option, many regular season games have the entire Right Field Box area sold out weeks in advance. Ticket brokers always sell a variety of Red Sox Right Field Box tickets, but prices and selection can vary drastically by seller. Avoid paying beyond face value for Right Field Box tickets in the double-digit sections for normal regular season games, but the front rows of sections closer to the field often command premiums of 50 percent or more. Popular contests such as inter-league games or Yankees series will see prices eclipsing 150 percent of face value on most occasions.

Boston Red Sox Right Field Boxes

Boston Red Sox Right Field Boxes
View from the Boston Red Sox Right Field Boxes at Fenway Park
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