Miami Marlins Clubhouse Box

The Miami Marlins Clubhouse Box is a VIP seating area placed just behind the team dugouts at Marlins Park. The Marlins Park seating chart shows the Clubhouse Box in front of the Home Plate Box, Base Reserved, and Baseline Reserved; but behind the Dugout Club.

Miami Marlins Clubhouse Box start from near the on-deck circle and move halfway into each outfield. Seven individual sections comprise the Clubhouse Box down the first base line: Marlins Section 4, Marlins Section 5, Marlins Section 6, Marlins Section 7, Marlins Section 8, Marlins Section 9, and Marlins Section 10. An additional seven sections make up the Clubhouse Box down the third base line: Marlins Section 19, Marlins Section 20, Marlins Section 21, Marlins Section 22, Marlins Section 23, Marlins Section 24, and Marlins Section 25. As the picture below demonstrates, the front rows of the Marlins Clubhouse Box are placed immediately behind the team dugouts and fans can lean against the dugouts during the game. Every seat in the Clubhouse Box offers a fantastic view of the game although paranoid fans may dislike the chance of a foul ball rocketing into the section.

Look at the Miami Marlins seating chart and read general information about Marlins The Clevelander, Marlins Suites, Marlins Diamond Club, Marlins Dugout Club, Marlins Hall of Fame Club, Marlins Legends, Marlins Clubhouse Box, Marlins Home Plate Box, Marlins Base Reserved, Marlins Baseline Reserved, Marlins Bullpen Reserved, Marlins Vista Box, Marlins Home Run Porch, and Marlins Vista Reserved.

Marlins Clubhouse Box tickets are sold in different price categories based on specific section and row. The seats closer to home plate and in the front rows of each section are sold for nearly double the price of seats toward the outfield in the back rows of each section. See the current ticket price for Miami Marlins tickets for more information. With so much gradation in the face value of Clubhouse Box tickets, fans have a difficult time shopping for good deals on the secondary market. Be sure to shop at different ticket brokers and independent ticket websites before finalizing a purchase of Clubhouse Box tickets. The best seats for popular games often run in excess of twice face value while tickets in poor locations for low-demand games sell for below face value.

Miami Marlins Clubhouse Box

Miami Marlins Clubhouse Box
View from the Miami Marlins Clubhouse Box at Marlins Park
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