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Chase Field, Phoenix

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Home to the Arizona Diamondbacks, Chase Field features the first stadium with a retractable roof over a natural grass field. The venue has been host to many bowl games and other noteworthy events, like women's college basketball games and professional bull riding. For convenience, use the Metro to go there--the 3rd Street station is within walking distance of the stadium. Plan to visit Chase Field and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Phoenix attractions using our Phoenix trip itinerary planner.
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  • if you are looking for truly great family fun during the season, check out Chase Field the the D-Backs. Fantastic stadium and great variety of food /drink selections. can't miss.  more »
  • I was in Phoenix for a conference and took my last night in town to see a Diamondbacks' game at Chase Field. I was not disappointed. I have seen several football games at enclosed stadiums before, but...  more »
  • Great venue for baseball. Parking can be difficult so plan ahead. We looked online and paid ahead and drove right to the parking lot and we were very close. Only walked a few feet to from of stadium.  more »
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  • This was my first ball game at Chase Field and now I understand why so many people are requesting a new stadium be built. This is an older park and it shows. I feel like the maintenance has been kept up, but unless you are in the suite level, this is an old ball park. They have all the great options of beer, peanuts and (I think) crackerjacks and the prices won’t break the bank. The staff is great! Everyone is helpful, in a good mood, and funny! But how could you not be? You work at a ball park! I recommend you buy cheap tickets and just walk around, there is plenty of open seating and not really a bad seat in the house.
  • Always enjoy going to a ball game. Enjoyed it even more because I got two free tickets and a parking pass. My son and I ended up getting a t-shirt from Saturday's because my son is so good looking. I would love to say he takes after me in the looks department but I can't because he's adopted so he is better looking than me. Why it has the date on it like it does is strange because we went to that game last year.
  • What can I say go see a game. Parking is close and it's (usually) not too crowded. Great restaurants. Great beer. My only complaint is the price of beer. I understand they have to keep the lights on but it's an expensive day for a game at Chase w/dinner and a few beers. They should sell a package (tickets, food vouchers, beer vouchers) for a deal. Maybe they do and I just haven't found it yet. Seat tickets are reasonable for most games here.
  • Excellent ballpark. The food is great and the atmosphere is really good. The parking is not bad getting in or out of and if you don't want to walk they have bike taxis that will take you for a fee. I have only been here a few times when it was super packed but even then it wasn't bad moving around or getting food. Very good design compared to some older ballparks. I like not having one singular parking lot either. You can park all over the area so you're not sitting in hour long lines trying to get out of a parking lot.
  • I've been going to this field since I was a child, I have always enjoyed it. Other than the steepness of the steps in the upper seating, the stadium's layout and design is awesome. Recently, our office had a site-wide outing to a D-Backs game. We worked with some great sales staff and utilized the Coors Light Strike Zone seating area. We are thrilled that our staff had a great time. The game was great, too!