Miami Marlins Home Plate Box

The Miami Marlins Home Plate Box is the largest seating area on the field level of Marlins Park. The Marlins Park seating chart shows the Home Plate Box encompassing most of the infield with steep, slanted sections.

Miami Marlins Home Plate Box sections are placed just behind the Diamond Club and Clubhouse Box seating areas along the length of the infield. Twelve individual sections make up the Home Plate Box seating area: Marlins Section 9, Marlins Section 10, Marlins Section 11, Marlins Section 12, Marlins Section 13, Marlins Section 14, Marlins Section 15, Marlins Section 16, Marlins Section 17, and Marlins Section 18. Every seat in the Marlins Home Plate Box provides a fantastic view with clear sight lines of the entire field of play. Seats in the front rows of sections immediately behind home plate are ideal, but savvy shoppers can usually find good deals on Home Plate Box tickets for higher numbered rows on the secondary market.

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 Home Plate Box tickets are subdivided into four different price categories when purchasing from the team. Home Plate Box A tickets are for row A in sections 11 through 18. Home Plate Box B tickets include rows B through E in sections 11 through 18 and row 1 in sections 9, 10, 19, and 20. Home Plate Box C tickets are for rows 1 through 10 in sections 11 through 18 and rows 2 through 10 in sections 9, 10, 19, and 20. Home Plate Box D tickets are for the remaining rows 11 through 26 in all sections. Check the Miami Marlins ticket prices page for more details. Tickets are sold in order of priority with longer duration packages choosing row and seat location first. Fans who want individual game tickets are left to choose among the sporadic offerings sold directly by the Marlins. Otherwise ticket sellers and independent brokers have large varieties of Marlins Home Plate Box tickets at prices ranging from below face value to in excess of two times face value each depending on game, day of the week, and opponent.

Miami Marlins Home Plate Box

Miami Marlins Home Plate Box
View from the Miami Marlins Home Plate Box at Marlins Park
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