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0 #4 Ty 2013-07-07 03:57
Had row B, the 2nd row for a Reds game vs. the Seattle Mariners. Seats 5 and 6 were our exact seats.
Not much room for your knees in each row if you're taller than 5'10.
Moon Deck is the official name of this seating area and it extends 5 or 6 sections to the left. The Moon Deck sees the most home runs at Great American Ballpark, by far, second to the Terrace seats. The ballpark as a whole, is very...average. Still, a nice clean place to watch a Major League Baseball game and tickets are always affordable for the most part.

There has been a lot of developments at "The Banks" outside of Great American Ballpark. They have shaped up an area to will eventually rival Wrigleyville in Chicago. Tons of bars and restaurants including Tin Roof, the Yard House, Holy Grail, Ruth Chris, Johnny Rocket's, etc.
0 #3 John M 2012-10-08 23:36
Had these seats in late September of 2012 for the Sunday Night game vs. the LA Dodgers; row F. It was a cold night so it was far from the typical warm weather that I was used to but that's Cincinnati for you. Great seats if you have a center fielder that you're particularly fond of like Matt Kemp or Andrew Mccutcheon because they will be just a few feet down in front of you.

You'll have quick access to the concessions when you sit on the Moon Deck. I never miss much of the action when I sit there and the lines are always short unless you go during the 7th inning stretch. Keep in mind that that's when the beer sales stop. This section is a hot spot for home run balls. There isn't much leg room so when someone wants out of the row, be prepared to stand up to let them out.

If you're ever in Cincinnati in late September, be sure to check out Oktoberfest downtown; you will have a blast sampling all of the German beers and food and listening to live music. It's a big festival.
0 #2 Kevin 2012-04-09 04:56
My seats in this section were in row C, seats 1 and 2. I sat here on April 8, 2012 when the Miami Marlins were in town on Opening Weekend. These seats are three rows from the field, great view of the jumbotron to your right. These seats are in right center field, in the alley as some would call it between the right and center fielders.

If you're a Reds fan that is familiar with Chuck D the Reds fan, he is right behind you shouting the entire game. Great guy, stop and say hi if you're ever sitting on the Moon Deck.

These seats are a little far from home plate. I purchased my tickets on Stubhub for $50, $25 a piece, no problems whatsoever.

They have made a lot of great additions for the 2012 season, go check it all out at Great American Ballpark.
0 #1 John Mann 2010-11-14 07:10
I sat in row D, seat 15 on August 30th, 2010 when the Milwaukee Brewers came to Cincinnati. These seats are located on the Sun/Moon Deck. They are four rows from the outfield wall, in center field,they are tremendous seats. When the ball is hit into the gap, these are the seats to be in. Face value in 2010 for these seats was $22. These tickets can be bought at the box office on most days, especially during the week. In my opinion, there is not a bad seat on the moon deck, but closer to the action is better!

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