Detroit Tigers Terrace
The Detroit Tigers Terrace is a narrow band of seats placed above the 100 level seats on field level but below the Upper Boxes. The Comerica Park seating chart includes the Tigers Terrace sections within the top band of the 100 level seats along the infield foul lines.
Detroit Tigers Terrace sections along the third-base line are in sections 136 through 140 while Tigers Terrace sections along the first-base line are in sections 116, 117, and 118. Despite being further from the field than the Tigers Outfield Boxes, Tigers Terrace tickets are more expensive and considered a better seating section by the team. Although any difference in seating quality is subjective, most fans would likely prefer being closer to the field in the Tigers Outfield Boxes rather than near home plate at a higher level in the Tigers Terrace.
Examine the Detroit Tigers seating chart and detailed information on Tigers On Deck Circle, Tigers Tiger Den, Tigers Infield Boxes, Tigers Terrace, Tigers Outfield Boxes, Tigers Lower Baseline Boxes, Tigers Club Seats, Tigers Upper Box Infield, Tigers Upper Baseline Boxes, Tigers Upper Boxes, Tigers Tiger Club, Tigers Grandstand, Tigers Mezzanine, Tigers Pavilion, Tigers Upper Reserved, Tigers Bleachers, Tigers Kaline’s Corner, and Tigers Skyline.
Tigers Terrace tickets are sold primarily as season ticket packages of varying length. The price of Detroit Tigers tickets page shows the difference in cost between season and single game tickets. Be sure to compare the available tickets in the Tigers Terrace, Outfield Boxes, and Infield Boxes before finalizing a purchase as the three seating areas are similar in terms of game day experience, but can be quite different in terms of price and ticket availability. Ticket Brokers sometimes have good values for tickets throughout the Terrace as well.
View from the Detroit Tigers Terrace at Comerica Park