The New York Yankees today announced that they will be offering guests many new amenities, seats and dining options in 2014 as part of the club’s efforts to continually improve the fan experience at the Yankee Stadium. Fans are encouraged to visit www.yankees.com for more information on what Yankee Stadium has to offer.
NEW AND RENOVATED STADIUM LOCATIONS IN 2014 will include:
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What is the Jim Beam Suite at Yankee Stadium?
New Yankee Stadium is the home of MLB team New York Yankees in Bronx, New York, USA. Yankee Stadium (in New York) has many suites in its seat, but one is unique in the stand. This area of the grandstand terrace level is known as the Jim Beam Suite and offers a magnificent view of the entire stadium directly behind home plate. In addition to getting a full stadium picture, you also get a lot of benefits.
A publication shared by Stef with an F (@propro7) on October 20, 2017 at 6:38 am. Seating plan below for a breakdown of the rows.
Main level seats
The second level is called main level. These aren’t much taller or further back than the Field Level seats, and the price is about a third of what people pay for the Field Box. The back rows of the main level will lose a few lifts due to the overhang, but that probably won’t be a big deal. Again, though, in the outfield, you might lose sight of the scoreboard.
The best main level sections at this price level are sections 214 and 226; behind the plate are the Delta Sky360 seats (that’s what they’re called now, anyway); these are more expensive just for club access and popcorn. In section 226, you could pay half or less of what people paid for an extra section. There’s plenty of money left over for any Yankee Stadium food you want to try.