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“It felt like a prison.”
Review of Chase Field

Chase Field
Ranked #7 of 228 things to do in Phoenix
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Owner description: The home of the state's Major League Baseball team, the Arizona Diamondbacks.
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“It felt like a prison.”
Reviewed June 4, 2011

not from arizona, stayed at the westin for a convention and I decided to catch a baseball game. And I been to a lot but this one was like all of the concession stands works looks like they were ex convicts that work there,all the bartenders look like bum, what kind of place is this. I like to go to place where more presentable, like other ballparks I been too. The only place that look professional was stands like dessert ice, cold stone, subway, hungry hill, streets of new york, macayos and the team shop, ushers etc.. all that I enjoyed seening them work but overall it was a good time. But seen how the concession stands and the bartender presented themselves was just bad. but I was still recommend

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“Great venue for first baseball match”
Reviewed April 22, 2011

Friendly crowd, great view (although expensive tickets), pricey beers & snacks but a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere.

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Swadlincote, United Kingdom
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“No different to a lower league game but the drinks are double the price!!”
Reviewed April 12, 2011

We have been to 2 other minor league games so we wanted to try a MLB event. The stadium is BIG which has a capacity of 40,000, but there was only 19,000 at the game. The drinks and food were very expensive $9 for a large beer and $4 for a small beer, a basic hot dog was $2.75 and tacos $9. We had seats in section 130 which was in the shade so we moved to lower priced seats to sit in the sun!!

Visited April 2011
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Cincinnati, Ohio
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 308 helpful votes
“Very nice tour and want to come back to see a game here”
Reviewed March 14, 2011

Went on the tour when i was in town in March for Spring Training. For $7 it was nice, but ive been on one other that was better because you go to walk to the warning track - on this one you were not allowed on the field. Anyhow, the ballpark is a construction masterpiece. The roof is neat and it was open which i liked. Definately looks like a cool park and id like to see a game here. My guess is my opinion would change when the roof was closed since i hate indoor baseball but considering the temp here in the summer would be in the 110s even at night, its necessary.

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Visited March 2011
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Denver, Colorado
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 5 helpful votes
“Beautiful park”
Reviewed October 30, 2010

This baseball stadium has is beautifully laid out and has a lot of neat attractions within it. It is one of the nicer "new age" baseball stadiums out there. Parking is not difficult to come by and tickets are cheap. The field is kept in great shape and the dimensions of the field add a little more to its uniqueness. This stadium is also very family friendly as they have picnic tables for large families, batting cages, pitching meters, games, etc. The retractable roof is also nice for those hot days in Arizona as they keep the inside under 70 degrees as the desert sun scorches the outside of the stadium. Overall a very good experience even though my team lost ;)

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