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Hey there, huge brewer fan here; making the trek for my spring break to Miami in April for the series against the Marlins. Just looking for some good advice from first hand experiences on good/interesting seats. Preliminarily thinking is to go with one game of the Club Zone B and the other field box or something similar.

 

Any advice?

 

Can't wait to see Dolphin stadium and watch the two young (and hopefully promising) teams go at it!

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Choke up the $ for a Founders Field seat (1st Base side). I believe the prices are on the official site.

 

 

It will be worth the $. There is a menu, food service and the Mermaids will come down there and give you a lap dance.

 

And your right on top of first base.

 

 

Enjoy!

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Guess I probably should have included that :p

 

No more than 60$ for one of the games, and no more than like 35$ or so for the other

 

(one really good seat game, one not as much)

How many people are going with you?

 

What I'd suggest is this. I made these calculations based on two people attending:

 

Go Fish Tank ($12 gameday, $9 advance) the first game. It's lower deck OF seating between sections 125-127, and you get to sit with a lot of passionate people over there. My personal favorite section in the entire building.

 

Then use the money you saved on those tickets and splooge on the second game. You can get two tickets in section 149, row 6 (directly behind home plate) for $80 a piece on Tuesday night. Adding 12 and 80 gives you a savings of 3 bucks from your 30/65 deal and I think you'll have a funner time.

 

Be advised that you'll need $10 a day in parking (per car) and probably between $8-12 if you're going to eat at the stadium.

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Guess I probably should have included that :p

 

No more than 60$ for one of the games, and no more than like 35$ or so for the other

 

(one really good seat game, one not as much)

How many people are going with you?

 

What I'd suggest is this. I made these calculations based on two people attending:

 

Go Fish Tank ($12 gameday, $9 advance) the first game. It's lower deck OF seating between sections 125-127, and you get to sit with a lot of passionate people over there. My personal favorite section in the entire building.

 

Then use the money you saved on those tickets and splooge on the second game. You can get two tickets in section 149, row 6 (directly behind home plate) for $80 a piece on Tuesday night. Adding 12 and 80 gives you a savings of 3 bucks from your 30/65 deal and I think you'll have a funner time.

 

Be advised that you'll need $10 a day in parking (per car) and probably between $8-12 if you're going to eat at the stadium.

 

:notworthy :notworthy Damn Right! I got season tickets there and I LOVE IT DUDE! No need to look further man Juanky just planned out your entire stay!

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Wow, thanks a lot for all the help. I think we'll definitely do a fish tank seat now for one of them. I was hoping for some advice like this as to where is a cool place to sit thats not neccessarily the best. All stadiums have em :p

 

Founders club might be out of range though. I know your reasoning with the budgeting and such; but my parents would never see past the fact that we're spending 80$ to go to a Brewer game :p How are the infield box MVP seats? rows 8-10 behind homeplate? Anything wrong with these? Why are they sooo much cheaper?

 

 

Also, are the club seats not really worth it? What are the benefits there?

 

 

 

Nice thing is you usually don't have many people crowding you, but that changes. :lol

 

You're talking to a Brewer fan...

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Wow, thanks a lot for all the help. I think we'll definitely do a fish tank seat now for one of them. I was hoping for some advice like this as to where is a cool place to sit thats not neccessarily the best. All stadiums have em :p

 

Founders club might be out of range though. I know your reasoning with the budgeting and such; but my parents would never see past the fact that we're spending 80$ to go to a Brewer game :p How are the infield box MVP seats? rows 8-10 behind homeplate? Anything wrong with these? Why are they sooo much cheaper?

 

 

Also, are the club seats not really worth it? What are the benefits there?

 

 

 

Nice thing is you usually don't have many people crowding you, but that changes. :lol

 

You're talking to a Brewer fan...

 

I love the the club seats personally. When you want a bite to eat or a beer(oh yeah) you go into the club area. Not crowded and air conditioned. Nice place.

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Wow, thanks a lot for all the help. I think we'll definitely do a fish tank seat now for one of them. I was hoping for some advice like this as to where is a cool place to sit thats not neccessarily the best. All stadiums have em :p

 

Founders club might be out of range though. I know your reasoning with the budgeting and such; but my parents would never see past the fact that we're spending 80$ to go to a Brewer game :p How are the infield box MVP seats? rows 8-10 behind homeplate? Anything wrong with these? Why are they sooo much cheaper?

 

Also, are the club seats not really worth it? What are the benefits there?

No difference between row 6 to row 10 as far as sight is concerned. You don't get a waiter coming to your chair to ask you what you want to eat and stuff, though. Infield Box is definitely very good, especially in sections 149 and 150.

 

As far as the club seats go, I'm not a huge fan but they're really not bad seats. You're a bit elevated and you have AC (not like that matters in April), but that's about it. You also have the waiter service but again it's really not that big of a deal. There is a club type area just in back of the seats that you can retreat to if you wish, but that's really a personal thing.

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Awesome, thanks a lot guys, you've been a big help.

 

I think we'll go with the fish tank for Tuesday and infield box MVP on Wednesday. Now the decision; sit behind home plate or sit behind brewers dugout... would rather have the view behind at 149 or 150... Too bad there aren't any promotions on any of the three games. You'd think they would try to give something away; I doubt attendance will be too high on a midweek game against the Brewers

 

So now you're saying I'm not gonna get the mermaid lap dance in the infield box? That's sort of a downer, but I'm sure we'll live.

 

 

 

 

Anything else I should know about the stadium? somewhere to walk to inside the stadium? Cool place to eat around it? Thanks again for all the help!

 

Haha, same with Miller Park. I bring in seeds and chips, and a couple big ole' gatorades. Get my cactus league nachos in the 5th and spend a total of 5.50 in the park.

 

 

 

Oh, and it's three of us by the way.

 

You are a smart man! I bring about 2-3 bags of seeds everygame :lol :lol

 

 

one bag barbecue, one bag traditional :lol

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Awesome, thanks a lot guys, you've been a big help.

 

I think we'll go with the fish tank for Tuesday and infield box MVP on Wednesday. Now the decision; sit behind home plate or sit behind brewers dugout... would rather have the view behind at 149 or 150... Too bad there aren't any promotions on any of the three games. You'd think they would try to give something away; I doubt attendance will be too high on a midweek game against the Brewers

 

So now you're saying I'm not gonna get the mermaid lap dance in the infield box? That's sort of a downer, but I'm sure we'll live.

 

 

 

 

Anything else I should know about the stadium? somewhere to walk to inside the stadium? Cool place to eat around it? Thanks again for all the help!

 

Haha, same with Miller Park. I bring in seeds and chips, and a couple big ole' gatorades. Get my cactus league nachos in the 5th and spend a total of 5.50 in the park.

 

 

 

Oh, and it's three of us by the way.

 

You are a smart man! I bring about 2-3 bags of seeds everygame :lol :lol

 

 

one bag barbecue, one bag traditional :lol

 

Ill take the RANCH and the traditional :lol

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Anything else I should know about the stadium? somewhere to walk to inside the stadium? Cool place to eat around it? Thanks again for all the help!

Well, in the stadium itself you're going to see some nonstandard stuff. For one, it's a football stadium. You can also throw in the Teal Tower and the really big HD-everything and it's an interesting experience. The Bermuda Triangle leads to fun as well.

 

As far as the area goes, don't count for much fun in the surrounding area. The location sucks (heh), so you'll have to drive south about twenty minutes to get to the famous stuff.

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Wow, thanks a lot for all the help. I think we'll definitely do a fish tank seat now for one of them. I was hoping for some advice like this as to where is a cool place to sit thats not neccessarily the best. All stadiums have em :p

 

Founders club might be out of range though. I know your reasoning with the budgeting and such; but my parents would never see past the fact that we're spending 80$ to go to a Brewer game :p How are the infield box MVP seats? rows 8-10 behind homeplate? Anything wrong with these? Why are they sooo much cheaper?

 

 

Also, are the club seats not really worth it? What are the benefits there?

 

 

 

Nice thing is you usually don't have many people crowding you, but that changes. :lol

 

You're talking to a Brewer fan...

If your parents are ok with $95 for 2 games, then go with the Fish Tank one nite, and founder's field the other. Or the infield box seats are great. You should have no problem. There will be plenty of seats available for the Brewers series. We play Milwaukee in April?

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The club seats have their amenities as well, but the biggest amenity is the air conditioning. They do have waitress menu service like founder's seats, but you'll have to bring your own Mermaid. Or you can buy a lap dance for $12. The Marlin mermaids rarely make it up the club seats for freebies. April in Florida.....you want to sit outside anyway. No a/c need like August. So forget the club seats until you visit in the summer. Have fun.

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Anything else I should know about the stadium? somewhere to walk to inside the stadium? Cool place to eat around it? Thanks again for all the help!

Well, in the stadium itself you're going to see some nonstandard stuff. For one, it's a football stadium. You can also throw in the Teal Tower and the really big HD-everything and it's an interesting experience. The Bermuda Triangle leads to fun as well.

 

As far as the area goes, don't count for much fun in the surrounding area. The location sucks (heh), so you'll have to drive south about twenty minutes to get to the famous stuff.

What's he going to get 20 minutes South...Jackson Memorial Hospital? South Beach would be 35-40 minutes, and I doubt many fans have or will in the future go to South Beach after a Marlins game.

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He could go to the Club Cheetah in Hallandale. That's only 15 minutes away, and you can get a real lap dance.

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Wow 12$? Really? hmm.... :p

 

 

So are the clubs seats wider or cushioned or anything cool like that?

 

Im excited to see how the whole football stadium/baseball field really works. I can't even remember really what dolphin stadium looks like in baseball season. All I'm remembering is the superbowl.

 

Okay jaunky, so 20 miles south eh? So it's almost not really worth it that we're staying in a hotel only a mile or two away from the stadium? :p Where would you recommend eating that is unique to the area? Both fast food and nicer?

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You can get a lap dance between innings for the $12 as someone mentioned. Make sure you site between sections 152 and 148 to assure they come to your section. If I recall its $20 for full contact.

 

Anything else I should know about the stadium? somewhere to walk to inside the stadium? Cool place to eat around it? Thanks again for all the help!

Well, in the stadium itself you're going to see some nonstandard stuff. For one, it's a football stadium. You can also throw in the Teal Tower and the really big HD-everything and it's an interesting experience. The Bermuda Triangle leads to fun as well.

 

As far as the area goes, don't count for much fun in the surrounding area. The location sucks (heh), so you'll have to drive south about twenty minutes to get to the famous stuff.

What's he going to get 20 minutes South...Jackson Memorial Hospital? South Beach would be 35-40 minutes, and I doubt many fans have or will in the future go to South Beach after a Marlins game.

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He could go to the Club Cheetah in Hallandale. That's only 15 minutes away, and you can get a real lap dance.

 

solid gold is only 10 min away

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Hey there, huge brewer fan here; making the trek for my spring break to Miami in April for the series against the Marlins. Just looking for some good advice from first hand experiences on good/interesting seats. Preliminarily thinking is to go with one game of the Club Zone B and the other field box or something similar.

 

Any advice?

 

Can't wait to see Dolphin stadium and watch the two young (and hopefully promising) teams go at it!

When the Marlins played the Brewers two seasons ago, I went to two of the three games and I sat in the first row above the visitors' dugout on the third base line. I got a lot of pen pitchers' autographs. Some of the players came over during warmups too and signed autographs for the Brewer fans that were sitting in our section. I got a nice Carlos Lee siggy out of the deal and a few baseballs also. I'd go with that if I were you, for the cheaper night. I think the seats were like 24$. Might be different now, though.

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I can't believe you guys are actually trying to convince him the mermaids give lapdances :lol

What's he going to get 20 minutes South...Jackson Memorial Hospital? South Beach would be 35-40 minutes, and I doubt many fans have or will in the future go to South Beach after a Marlins game.

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He could go to the Club Cheetah in Hallandale. That's only 15 minutes away, and you can get a real lap dance.

35-40 minutes to get to South Beach from the stadium? It takes me 20ish minutes to get home after the game, and I live a bit south of the Beaches.

 

So are the clubs seats wider or cushioned or anything cool like that?

 

Im excited to see how the whole football stadium/baseball field really works. I can't even remember really what dolphin stadium looks like in baseball season. All I'm remembering is the superbowl.

 

Okay juanky, so 20 miles south eh? So it's almost not really worth it that we're staying in a hotel only a mile or two away from the stadium? :p Where would you recommend eating that is unique to the area? Both fast food and nicer?

The seats are all the same.

 

As far as "unique to the area," I'm guessing you mean Hispanic. And again, that's all farther south - the stadium is located on the county line between Broward (north) and Miami-Dade (south), while all of the famous Miami stuff happens in the middle of Dade county and lower.

 

We don't really have any unique fast food.....but then again, does anyone?

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I can't believe you guys are actually trying to convince him the mermaids give lapdances :lol

What's he going to get 20 minutes South...Jackson Memorial Hospital? South Beach would be 35-40 minutes, and I doubt many fans have or will in the future go to South Beach after a Marlins game.

.

He could go to the Club Cheetah in Hallandale. That's only 15 minutes away, and you can get a real lap dance.

35-40 minutes to get to South Beach from the stadium? It takes me 20ish minutes to get home after the game, and I live a bit south of the Beaches.

 

So are the clubs seats wider or cushioned or anything cool like that?

 

Im excited to see how the whole football stadium/baseball field really works. I can't even remember really what dolphin stadium looks like in baseball season. All I'm remembering is the superbowl.

 

Okay juanky, so 20 miles south eh? So it's almost not really worth it that we're staying in a hotel only a mile or two away from the stadium? :p Where would you recommend eating that is unique to the area? Both fast food and nicer?

The seats are all the same.

 

As far as "unique to the area," I'm guessing you mean Hispanic. And again, that's all farther south - the stadium is located on the county line between Broward (north) and Miami-Dade (south), while all of the famous Miami stuff happens in the middle of Dade county and lower.

 

We don't really have any unique fast food.....but then again, does anyone?

 

Well does Pollo Tropical count? If that does qualify as fast food then that is unique. There arent many fast food places where you can get fried plantains and rice and beans.

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