Detroit Tigers Tiger Den
The Detroit Tigers Tiger Den is a special seating area just above the field level seats at Comerica Park. The Comerica Park seating chart shows the Tigers Den just above the 100 level seats between the bases around the infield.
Detroit Tigers Tiger Den seats are covered and accessible immediately from the main concourse on ground level. Tiger Den seats are comfortable wooden chairs that are accompanied by a mobile table used for food and drinks. All Tiger Den tickets include in-seat wait service where a waiter or waitress will provide limited menu and bar service direct to your seat. Every Tiger Den ticket also provides access to the Tiger Den Lounge and Tiger Club for more formal bar or dining atmosphere. With the combination of a comfortable seat, great views, and in-seat VIP service, the Tiger Den section is one of the best in the ballpark.
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 Tiger Den tickets are sold as full and partial season ticket plans. Leftover seats are also offered as single game tickets. With the bulk of Tiger Den tickets near home plate being sold out on a full season basis, the remaining individual game seats are scattered around the edges of the infield. See the current price of Tigers tickets for more detailed information. Consider ticket broker websites or secondary market vendors for the best chance of buying good Tiger Den tickets for competitive games. Brokers may also have cheap Tigers ticket values for less popular games throughout the season.
View from the Detroit Tigers Tiger Den at Comerica Park