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Comerica Park

Home of the Detroit Tigers

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2100 Woodward Avenue Detroit, Michigan, 48201 View Map
(866) 668-4437
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bestdad1

We had seats in the 5 dollar skylne section. The seats turned out tobe really great. Good sightlines, good view of downtown, and the usher was too cool. He wears these orange socks with his orange uniform, he is the only usher in the stadium dressed like this. He gave our child a baseball autographed by player phil coke, checked on us a few times asking if there was any thing we needed from vendors. My family was very impressed by the customer service not only by the usher but the whole event staff. The tigers won 12-6 that night in front of 19,000 or so fans. After the game was a short walk to the free parking on the curb behind fox theatre. We highly loved our time at the Comerica park. We will be going back to the cheap seats sometime in september. See you there.

sherpa

I had a great time gong to Comerica - it was in 2006 so the Tigers were rocking and I had third row seats behind the dugout. To me there is nothing a downtown ballpark and they did this one up right. Good food choices and no long lines. Walked a couple blocks to the casino after the game and won $500, so it was a pretty good night all around.

jgunnells

As far as baseball stadiums are concerned, they don't get much better than Comerica Park. Featuring baseball artifacts, giant prowling Tigers, carnival rides, a huge selection of food and a picturesque view of the Detroit skyline, Comerica has it all. Located just east of Interstate-75 Comerica Park is easy to get to from any Detroit expressway. It's location near many parking garages and lots - mostly on Woodward Avenue and near neighboring Ford Field makes parking a breeze. Comerica is located in the heart of downtown Detroit across from the historic Fox Theatre, Cheli's Chili Bar, Hockeytown Cafe and MGM Grand Casino. It is also a few blocks from some great tailgating bars that offer free shuttles such as Nemo's or the Old Shillelagh. Post game hot spots are all-around Detroit, whether it be at one of the many Casinos, the nightlife just across the border in Windsor, Ontario or in Greektown which is open late. Saturday games and interleague summer games are the biggest games in Detroit so get there early and host a tailgate party or go on a Detroit bar crawl around the city. Oh, and if you from out of town make sure you don't act too obnoxious. Detroit fans are passionate about the Tigers.