The cliche that there are no bad seats for baseball games at Petco Park is actually true. The seating map at the Padres ballpark is comfortable with great views of San Diego and the baseball game whether you spend $5 or $500 for your tickets.
|Section numbers:||Odd number sections are on the 1st base side. Even, on the third base. Note: the entire 2nd level/tier of seats is known as Toyota Terrace|
|Row numbers:||Section rows start at 1 (closest to the field) and radiate back consecutively.|
|Seat numbers:||In each section, seat number 1 will be the closest to home plate. So, if you are sitting on the 1st base (right field) side, seat number 1 will be the leftmost. If seated on the 3rd base / left field side, seat number 1 will be the rightmost.|
While the upper level rows in the outfield offer a great chance to enjoy the San Diego weather, if you want our opinion of the best Petco Park seating, get a ticket for seats in the field box infield, the dugout club, premier club, or, to save a little money, the upper level infield. This site offers fan photos from select sections around the park. For more information, here's our guide on where to sit at Petco.
If you are optimistically hoping to attend one of the great concerts at Petco Park (for 2021, the stadium could host mega bands like Green Day and Motley Crüe), the concert stage is set in the back of outfield facing home plate. There are truly no bad seats for a concert at Petco Park and the state-of-the-art sound system is incredible.