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Chase Field

Baseball Stadium
Copper Square, Phoenix
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  • Barritz
    "... Giants beat the Arizona Diamondbacks!"(5 Tips)
    Ricky P.
    "good thing during batting practice."(5 Tips)
    Brett P.
    "Macayo's at the Ball-Park love it!"(6 Tips)
    Humberto M.
    "Check out the pool out by the outfield, under the media area."(5 Tips)
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  • HISTORY
    HISTORYMarch 31, 2010
    Formerly known as Bank One Ballpark, Chase Field is a 49,000 seat natural turf baseball stadium. Home of the MLB Arizona Diamondbacks and host to several other events in the off-season.
  • Ricky P.
    Ricky PottsJune 15, 2013
    If you want an inside look here, take the tour. It's only $7 and you spend 75 minutes walking around touring the facility and learning about the history of the team. Oh, and it ends in the dugout!
  • Phoenix New Times
    Phoenix New TimesJune 24, 2013
    Recently, Red Hot Grill locations in the park have begun offering Sonoran dogs wrapped in mesquite-smoked bacon, topped w/ pico de gallo, beans & mayo. A great alternative to typical ballpark fare. Read more
  • Matthew S.
    Matthew SwartzAugust 4, 2013
    Upper level behind home plate is a great view and cheap. And just pay the $10 to park in the garage -- too hot to walk far. Some really good, unique food options too (and cheap by ballpark standards).
  • Atomic P.
    D-Bat Dog is $30. Not worth it but it's a tasty combo of Corn Dog stuffed with mac n cheese and crazy looks you get walking with it to your seat. Share it. You've got nothing to prove.
    Upvoted Jul 28
  • Delete A.
    Seeing a game here has been a family tradition of mine for more than seven years. So many food options, the stadium is comfortable, just so many good options for a night out.
  • Christi R.
    Christi RabbJuly 17, 2011
    Go to a game, then head over to Texas BBQ House (24th street and Roeser!) on any day but Sunday for FREE chopped BBQ with a purchase of side and drink! This whole in the wall is THE BOMB.
  • Marcus W.
    Marcus W.July 27, 2012
    Parents: head to the upper concourse for all age activities like batting cages, play areas, and chance to meet Baxter the Bobcat! Also, the Picnic Pavilion is a great place to "sit down" w/ food.
  • Jae Won L.
    Jae Won LeeFebruary 15, 2013
    Try ballpark tour. I did it for my class assignment, but it was way better than I expected. I had chance to go down to the field, and took a picture on the field. I think the price was less than $10.
  • Joshua H.
    Joshua HNovember 18, 2013
    A state-of-the-art baseball stadium with a retractable roof. Air-conditioning make Summer/Spring games in the heat tolerable. The light rail is a cheap, safe way for student to travel to and from.
  • AzScenicTours
    AzScenicToursJuly 29, 2010
    Arrive early and check out batting practice. Best deal on beer are the aisle vendors. any seat is great, but the outfield bleachers dont have a view of the jumbotron, so if that is important, consider
  • Austin T.
    Austin TeterAugust 7, 2014
    They have Sonoran Hot Dogs, corn dogs that are as big as your arm with bacon wrapped hot dog and stuffed with cheese and jalapeños!! Cold Stone Creamery and $4 beer!!
  • Pepsi
    PepsiJuly 1, 2011
    Sure, we've all been at a ball game, and thought "Man, I wish I was sitting in a pool." You can actually do that here. For $3,500 or so, rent the pool in the outfield for up to 35 people.
  • CigarStore I.
    CigarStore IndianalanAugust 19, 2013
    I lusted it here. The stadium was cool but not warm on a HOT day. The people were awesome. The prices wonderfully LOW. And We got great seats.
  • Lisa J.
    Lisa JaniaMay 24, 2011
    Not a bad seat in the park. Prices are what you expect at a ballpark, but I found the $9 loaded nachos from Macayo's to be worth the money and delicious. Free soda with designated driver sign-up.
  • Daniel C.
    Daniel ChelgrenAugust 5, 2013
    One of the most unique things you'll find in a ballpark is a gym for fans. There is a Mountain Side Fitness behind the center field wall. Anyone with a membership can use it even when there's no game.
  • Erik W.
    Erik WitzigNovember 15, 2013
    It's no At&t park, but it is a great stadium to watch a ball game! The set up with the restaurant in the outfield is pretty rad! If you are a ball fan, go at least once!
  • John M.
    John MannSeptember 3, 2014
    Stadium stays nice and air conditioned when the roof closes. Swimming Pool area can be rented by groups. If you need help deciding which Seats to purchase for your next Diamondbacks game, check out Read more
  • Emily Z.
    Emily ZoellnerApril 12, 2011
    Great prices on their drinks, popcorn, beer and hotdogs ($1.50)! Check out Sliders before the game or Fridays, which is located inside the stadium. Get there early to get good seats!
  • Leila O.
    Leila O'HaraNovember 13, 2013
    I've been to enough ball games here to know there's not a bad seat in the house. And don't miss out on grabbing some Cold Stone for dessert during the 7th inning stretch.
  • Daniel C.
    Daniel ChelgrenAugust 5, 2013
    Parents who bring their kids should explore the Sandlot. It's located on the upper concourse in left field and provides activities like a batting cage, mini field and jungle gym for kids.
  • Hayden P.
    Hayden PackwoodFebruary 15, 2013
    The bleachers in right or left field are the best places to sit here! They're the cheapest and there's always a chance to catch a home run. Get here early for batting practice too!
  • Bryant S.
    Bryant S.March 29, 2012
    Good stadium to watch the Dbacks lose ha! The stadium is well built and the views are cool. Other than Dbacks, it's home to many other great events throughout the year.
  • Justin B.
    Justin BeattyFebruary 13, 2013
    During the season, most tickets in the upper deck go for less than $20. If you want even cheaper, check stubhub on the day of the game and some tickets gor for less than $5
  • Daniel C.
    Daniel ChelgrenAugust 5, 2013
    Chase Field has the most affordable concessions in all of Major League Baseball. You should try a Sonoran Dog next time you come. It's a hot dog wrapped in bacon, what else do you need to know?
  • Sam T.
    Sam TongueFebruary 15, 2013
    I'm not a huge baseball fan, but Chase Field is well worth the time. Great venue, and airconditioned. Yes, that's probably my favorite part (especially in the summer).
  • Ricky P.
    Ricky PottsOctober 4, 2012
    Get to the game early on Friday night for happy hour in the Diamond Club. They make you move when happy hour is over, but cheap drinks and cheap food is always a good thing during batting practice.
  • Ref L.
    Ref LAugust 9, 2015
    We are spoiled here in AZ. Air conditioned indoor baseball. Top notch food. Value priced food, beer. Love going to Chase Field.
  • The Ritz-Carlton
    The Ritz-CarltonSeptember 19, 2012
    Look up. That roof can be opened or closed to drop temperatures by 30°C. Alternatively you can cool off in the corner pool. That’s where home runs sometimes splash down.
  • eric
    ericNovember 10, 2013
    What else can I say other than Chase Field rocks. Formerly B.O.B., it was the first retractable roof ever. Voted #1 field for fan experience. Fans can be lame, but D-Backs and Chase Field rock!
  • The Most Interesting Man in the World
    The retractable sunroof was manufactured by the same gentleman who did my tanning deck. In fact I referred him for the job.
  • Billy P.
    Billy PedaceNovember 18, 2013
    This is a great summertime activity to do in Phoenix. The room closes and the building in air-conditioned. Surprisingly the place stays cool.
  • Kevin C.
    Kevin CollingeNovember 14, 2013
    Go D'Backs! One of my favorite stadiums in the MLB. Head down there during the week and buy some cheap tickets then move forward due to the lack of faithful fans.
  • Stephen A.
    Stephen AbbottNovember 14, 2013
    This ballpark is really awesome. The pool is really fun to see when you're watching a game live. It gives a good taste of AZ!
  • Daniel C.
    Daniel ChelgrenAugust 5, 2013
    Gates open 2 hours before game time for fans. If you come early, you can hang out in the bleachers for batting practice where you're almost guaranteed a ball. Tip: weekday games increase your chances.
  • Leslie W.
    Leslie WongJuly 23, 2013
    If you've got an injured leg make sure you get seats near the escalator, or a restricted elevator if you can get access to use it. Stairs further f'ed my knee up
  • Joshua S.
    Joshua SchlagJune 9, 2009
    Get club level seats to a Dbacks game, arrive early, and secure a table facing the field at the 3rd base line bar. Great view at a discount!
  • Experience
    ExperienceApril 10, 2013
    You can now upgrade your seats at all Diamondbacks home games! Download the MLB at the Ballpark app to upgrade: http://mlb.mlb.com/ticketing/upgrades.jsp?c_id=ari
  • The T.
    The TruthJune 22, 2014
    Swipe your driver's license at a kiosk to sign up as a Designated Driver, and receive a voucher for a free soft drink at any Red Hot or Double Headers concession stand!
  • Drew P.
    Drew PociaskFebruary 16, 2013
    Definitely a must visit if you're in town and there's games going on. The stadium and the city surrounding it is a really great atmosphere.
  • Dani C.
    Dani CAugust 28, 2011
    Try the gluten free foods. A lot more $ than the gluten filled counterparts, but for those with celiac, totally worth every penny.
  • ryan t.
    ryan thouinNovember 15, 2013
    Only stadium with a pool. VIP only. Easy parking. Try the foot long bratwurst!! Great view, great seats. You can also sometimes find cheap stand up tickets.
  • sweetpearacer
    You'll never find a friendlier ballpark staff in MLB. Great service all around.
  • Joan K.
    Joan KleinJuly 10, 2010
    The beer policy is a state law not a Dbacks policy. Each person is only allowed 32 oz of beer at one selling. Large beer is 32 oz small beer is 20 oz so 2 of the small is more than state legal limit.
  • Daniel C.
    Daniel ChelgrenAugust 5, 2013
    If you're looking for value when buying a ticket, check out the outfield bleacher seats. You'll get to sit in the lower level for around 15-20$. The view is good especially for the price.
  • RotoWire.com
    RotoWire.comAugust 11, 2011
    Joe Saunders (8-9, 3.61 ERA) has allowed three or fewer earned runs in each of his last 10 starts, going 5-3 with a 2.51 ERA in that span. Read more
  • Jim G.
    Jim GlennonMay 5, 2011
    buy 2 small beers for 8 dollars, small beers are 14 ounces large beers are 24 ounces for 9 bucks, save a buck and get 4 more ounces
  • Soni
    SoniMay 1, 2011
    Check out the diamond club, best spot to hang with a personal bar and view! Come see Orlando and ask for the special shot of the day!!! :D
  • AZBeerWeek
    AZBeerWeekDecember 5, 2011
    What's the best way to enjoy baseball? With a BEER, of course! AZ Beer Week '12 is coming back Feb 18-25. Check out hot spots statewide for specials, events and more. www.arizonabeerweek.com
  • April A.
    April AddingtonFebruary 9, 2013
    If you're coming for Fan Fest, bring a jacket...it's cold out here...& get here early because admission lines get long fast!
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