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0 #2 Logan Otto 2013-05-22 03:11
If there is one thing to remember; it's that this Mariners team will always let you down but Safeco Field will never disappoint. I've been coming to Mariners games for as long as I can remember, ven as a kid when they played at the Kingdome and Safeco has become a 2nd home to me.

I'm leaving this review for section 124 because this was the best section I've had for a Mariners game; I still save all of my ticket stubs and it's become a nice little collection. Row 17 was where I sat, which is in the middle half of section 124 so I would say this area is the most ideal. You can move down a few rows in the 7th inning, usually there are a considerable amount of fans that leave around that time.

Each seat has a cup holder - something we all take for granted. You can't cheer loud if there isn't a cup holder. If someone needs out of your row, you will more than likely have to stand even though there is a considerable amount of leg room. The entire section also seats behind the Mariners dugout and near the batter's box where Mariners players warm up.

Finding your seats should come as no problem. Just enter thru the home plate gate and take a right. You'll see the signs to this section on the left and an usher will usually be standing at the top of the section to check your ticket and show you to your seats. You really can't go wrong here in 124. Enjoy the game!
0 #1 John M 2013-05-21 03:30
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 124, here is a Youtube video shot from there during a Mariners/Chicago White Sox game at Safeco Field.

www.youtube.com/.../

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