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1 East 161st Street,  BronxNY  10451

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Yankee Stadium: One East 161st Street, Bronx, NY 10451

Yankee Stadium is accessible from the Major Deegan Expressway (Interstate 87) at the following exits:

Northbound I-87: Exit 3 (Grand Concourse and East 138th Street), Exit 4 (East 149th Street) and Exit 5 (East 161st Street)

Southbound I-87: Exit 6 (East 153rd Street and River Avenue) and Exit 5 (East 161st Street)
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Ongoing construction in areas surrounding Yankee Stadium may cause street and parking lot closures. Due to construction, directions and parking are subject to change. The Yankees strongly urge fans to use public transportation.

For parking information as it becomes available, please call Standard Parking at (718) 292-6515 or visit http://www.baseball-parking.com.
Directions To Yankee Stadium By Car
From Manhattan

From East Side: FDR Drive north to Exit 18 (Willis Avenue Bridge). Cross bridge and follow signs for Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) north.

From West Side: Henry Hudson Parkway (Route 9A) north to Exit 14. Follow Cross Bronx Expressway (I-95 north) to Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) south.
Brooklyn/Queens

From Brooklyn-Queens Expressway: Take Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (I-278) east to Robert F. Kennedy Bridge (formerly the Triboro Bridge). Cross bridge. Follow signs for the Bronx and the Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) north.
From Staten Island

From Verrazano-Narrows Bridge: Take Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (I-278) east to Robert F. Kennedy Bridge (formerly the Triboro Bridge). Cross bridge. Follow signs for the Bronx and the Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) north.

From Goethals Bridge: Follow New Jersey Turnpike (I-95) north to the George Washington Bridge. Continue with the New Jersey directions.
From Long Island

From Throgs Neck or Whitestone Bridge:

* Option 1: Follow signs for I-95 south, which becomes the westbound Cross Bronx Expressway. Proceed to Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) south.
* Option 2: Follow signs for the westbound Bruckner Expressway (I-278). From Bruckner, take exit for Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) north.

From Robert F. Kennedy Bridge (formerly Triboro Bridge): Once over bridge, follow signs for the Bronx and the Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) north.
From Westchester

From New York State Thruway (I-87): I-87 south becomes the Major Deegan Expressway.

From Bronx River Parkway or Hutchinson River Parkway: Take the Cross County Parkway west to I-87 south, which becomes the Major Deegan Expressway.
From New Jersey/George Washington Bridge

* Option 1: Take eastbound Cross Bronx Expressway (I-95 north). Exit for Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) south.
* Option 2: Take eastbound Cross Bronx Expressway (I-95 north). Use Exit 2A (Jerome Avenue). Make right off exit and continue straight on Jerome Avenue to Yankee Stadium.
* Option 3: Take Exit 2 (Harlem River Drive). Once on Harlem River Drive south, take Exit 23 toward West 155th Street. At first light after exit, turn left onto West 155th St. Cross Macombs Dam Bridge. Yankee Stadium ahead.

From Connecticut

From New England Thruway (I-95): See Long Island Throgs Neck/Whitestone Bridge directions.

From Merritt Parkway: Merritt Parkway becomes Hutchinson River Parkway. Proceed to westbound Cross County Parkway, then to I-87 south, which becomes the Major Deegan Expressway.

Parking

For parking information as it becomes available, please call Standard Parking at (718) 292-6515 or visit http://www.baseball-parking.com.

Public Transportation
Directions To Yankee Stadium By Subway

The Yankee Stadium subway stop is located on East 161st Street and River Avenue. The No. 4 train (East Side) and the B and D trains (West Side) make stops at 161st Street/Yankee Stadium. A trip from Midtown Manhattan takes approximately 25 minutes. For more information, call the MTA at (718) 330-1234 or visit http://www.mta.info.
Directions To Yankee Stadium By Train

New in 2009, Metro-North will offer train service to Yankee Stadium from anywhere in its service territory, including frequent direct shuttles from Grand Central Terminal. The new Metro-North Yankees-E. 153rd Street station has two 10-car-length island platforms. Four staircases and two elevators connect the platforms to a covered mezzanine and an overpass leading to East 153rd Street and Ruppert Place near the Stadium. The station will open in spring 2009. Please visit http://www.mta.info or call (212) 532-4900 for updates on the station's progress or general Metro-North information.
Directions To Yankee Stadium By Bus

Several New York City Transit bus lines provide service to Yankee Stadium. The Bx6 and Bx13 buses stop at 161st Street and River Avenue. Also, the Bx1 bus stops at 161st Street and the Grand Concourse - a short walk from Yankee Stadium. For more information, call the MTA at (718) 330-1234 or visit http://www.mta.info.
Directions To Yankee Stadium By Ferry

For details and schedule information, call (800) 53-FERRY (533-3779).

Box Office Numbers

Yankee Stadium Ticket Office: (718) 293-6000. For individual-game tickets, please call Ticketmaster at (877) 469-9849 (voice) or (800) 943-4327 (TTY).

Box Office Hours

New York Yankees Ticket Office Hours:
Monday - Saturday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday 10:00am-4:00pm





Types of Payment Accepted

Cash, Amex, Visa, Mastercard

Will Call

Ticket holders desiring to drop off tickets may do so at the Ticket Office Advance Ticket/Customer Service Windows located across from the Home Plate Store in the Great Hall. Ticket holders may only drop off tickets for the game scheduled to be played on the day the ticket holder drops off the tickets. At the Ticket Office Advance Ticket/ Customer Service Windows, ticket holders desiring to drop off tickets will be asked to complete a ticket envelope. Ticket holders will be required to provide all pertinent information, including: the first and last name of the person who is to receive the ticket(s), the game date and the number of tickets. Guests picking up tickets should proceed to the Yankee Stadium Ticket Office Will-Call Windows, located adjacent to Gate 4. Guests picking up tickets are required to present a valid identification card that contains a photograph (e.g., valid driver¹s license or non-driver photo ID card). Before tickets are released, guests are required to sign the ticket envelope confirming that the tickets were received.

Accessible Seating

Yankee Stadium strives to provide an accessible environment for all its guests. Wheelchair accessible and aisle transfer seats are available at various price points and locations and include the Yankees Premium Offerings seat locations. The Stadium also offers enhanced accessibility for guests with limited seeing or hearing impairments or for guests who are deaf, hard of hearing or blind. The Yankees extend their appreciation to those who participated in the periodic outreach meetings, led by United Spinal Association, to help build one of the most accessible new stadiums in the country.

For additional information about accessibility at Yankee Stadium or if you have any question or comment, please contact:
Disabled Services

* (718) 579-4510 (voice) or (718) 579-4595 (TTY)
* disabledservices@yankees.com

Alternative Format Materials Home-game schedules and other print materials are available in Braille or large print upon request through Disabled Services.
Assistive Listening Devices

Assistive Listening Devices are available at no charge at Guest Services Booths. A credit card or acceptable form of picture identification (e.g., valid driver's license or non-driver photo ID card) is required as a deposit.
Closed-Captioning

There are two closed-captioning video boards for guests who are hearing impaired: one in left field just below Section 233B and one in right field just below Section 206. Closed-captioning is also provided on the high-definition video board in centerfield as well as on the high-definition video board in the Great Hall and on high-definition video monitors throughout Yankee Stadium.
Concessions Stands

Should you require assistance at any food service area, please notify the nearest Yankees staff member.
Drop-Off/Pickup

For information on dropping off or picking up guests with disabilities or information on the MTA Access-A-Ride drop-off/pickup stop, please call Disabled Services.
Electrical Outlets

Electrical outlets available for recharging wheelchairs and other medical equipment are located at Guest Services Booths. For booth locations, please see Page 29.
Elevators

Combined, Yankee Stadium's 16 public elevators service all Yankee Stadium levels and seat locations. The Yankees provide permanently stationed elevator operators in each elevator used by the general public. For a list of elevator locations and the levels they access, please see the "Elevators" entry of the Yankees A to Z section.
Emergency Evacuation

Yankee Stadium personnel have been trained in emergency evacuation procedures to aid the evacuation of all patrons, including guests with disabilities.
Escalators

There are three escalators at Yankee Stadium: one adjacent to the Yankee Stadium Ticket Office located near Gate 4 and two adjacent to the Guest Services Booth located near Gate 6 inside the Great Hall. Please be advised that escalators are turned off and may be reversed during the course of the game. Elevators are available as an alternate means of getting around Yankee Stadium.
First Aid/Medical

Emergency medical technicians, doctors and ambulances are present at Yankee Stadium during all games. There are three first-aid locations: Field Level at Section 128, Main Level at Section 221 and Terrace/Grandstand Level at Section 320C. Should you need medical assistance, please notify the nearest security guard or Yankees staff member or go to the nearest first-aid station.
Guest Services Booths

Yankee Stadium's four Guest Services Booths are located in the Great Hall near Gate 6, on the Field Level at Section 128, on the Main Level at Section 221 and on the Terrace/Grandstand Level at Section 320C.
Monument Park

Monument Park is accessible via elevators near Gate 8. Please ask Yankee Stadium staff for assistance.
Ramps

There are two ramps located inside Yankee Stadium, both of which are wheelchair accessible and built to code. One ramp is located adjacent to Gate 2 on the left-field side of Yankee Stadium. The other is located adjacent to Gate 6 on the right-field side of Yankee Stadium.
Restrooms/Family Restrooms

Restrooms and wheelchair accessible restrooms are located on all levels of Yankee Stadium. Family restrooms are in the following locations:

* Field Level: Sections 106, 124 and 130
* Delta SKY360° Suite: Section 221B
* Main Level: Sections 219, 227A and 234
* Terrace/Grandstand Level: Sections 311, 316, 327 and 333
* Bleachers: Section 201

Seating and Ticket Pricing

Aisle-transfer seats are subject to availability. For more information, please call the Yankee Stadium Ticket Office at (718) 293-6000 or visit www.yankees.com.
Service Animals

Service animals for guests with disabilities are permitted in Yankee Stadium. If special accommodation is required, please call Disabled Services at (718) 579-4510 (voice) or (718) 579-4595 (TTY) or e-mail disabledservices@yankees.com.
Wheelchair Storage

Guests may store their wheelchairs at any Guest Services Booth. For booth locations, please see Page 29.
Wheelchair Transfer

Wheelchair transfers are available at all gates by asking any security personnel for assistance. Please note there may be a wait.
Yankee Stadium Tours presented by Zales

All Yankee Stadium tours are wheelchair accessible. For those requiring interpreting services, please call (718) 579-4531 three weeks prior to your anticipated tour date.

General Rules

Alcohol policy

Yankee Stadium guests are encouraged to drink responsibly. Guests must be 21 years of age or older to purchase or consume alcohol. Proper identification is required of all guests, regardless of age, to purchase any alcoholic beverage. There is a limit of two beers per person, per sale at concessions stands on the concourses and one beer per person, per sale from vendors selling in the seating area. Sale of alcoholic beverages in the seating area will end two hours after the start of the game or in the middle of the seventh inning, whichever comes first. General sale of alcoholic beverages at all other locations in Yankee Stadium will end at the conclusion of the seventh inning. Drunken and disorderly behavior or violation of any alcohol policy will result in ejection from Yankee Stadium without refund. Yankees management reserves the right to discontinue the sale of alcohol at any time. Alcohol is prohibited from being brought into Yankee Stadium.

Baby-Changing Areas

Baby-changing tables are available in all Yankee Stadium restrooms. Please see the ³Restrooms/Family Restrooms² entry for locations.
Bags and Backpacks

Diaper bags, small children¹s backpacks, small purses and small backpack purses are permitted. The Yankees reserve the right to inspect any bags, clothing or other articles prior to entry into Yankee Stadium and prohibit entry or require removal of any items the Yankees deem inappropriate or potentially injurious to Yankee Stadium, other patrons or field personnel.
Banners and Signs

Banners and signs are permitted provided they are baseball-related, in good taste and not of a commercial nature. Banners and signs may not exceed 3 feet in height, obstruct the view of other guests or Yankee Stadium advertising signage or be affixed to Yankee Stadium in any manner. Banners may be carried through the stands between innings only. Banners and signs may not be displayed in fair territory. The Yankees reserve the right to remove any banner or sign in violation of the Yankees¹ policies.

Batting Practice

Guests are welcome to watch batting practice from their seat location. Yankee Stadium gates will open 2 hours prior to every game.

Bleachers Section and Bleachers Café

Conveniently located adjacent to the Bleachers section is the Bleachers Café, a food court featuring a variety of food and beverage options. Alcoholic beverages are sold at the Bleachers Café, but are not permitted in the Bleachers seating area.

Bottles and Cans

No bottles or cans are permitted in Yankee Stadium with the exception of transparent plastic water bottles. The water bottle must be full and factory-sealed. It cannot be a container from home, and it must only be filled with water. Exceptions may be made for empty plastic sports bottles, baby bottles, health-related materials and unopened soft-sided single-serve containers (such as small milk cartons, juice boxes, etc.). Exceptions may be made at the sole discretion of the Yankees.

Cameras and video equipment

Single-frame flash photography is permitted. Tripods, extended length zoom lenses, other professional camera equipment, movie cameras and any other video or audio recording equipment are not permitted in Yankee Stadium. Guests are not permitted to transmit or aid in transmitting any account, description, picture, video, audio, reproduction or other information about any games.
Car Service Dispatch

Car service dispatch is available outside Gate 2.
Cell phones

In consideration of other guests, the use of cell phones is prohibited in the Legends Suite behind home plate. Cell phones are permitted everywhere else as long as they do not interfere with other guests or the game.

Elevators

There are 16 public elevators at Yankee Stadium. Elevators are located in the following areas:

* Gate 2: Two elevators in the Yankee Stadium Lobby that service H&R Block Suite Level ticket holders and guests with disabilities. H&R Block Suite Level ticket holders and guests with disabilities exiting Yankee Stadium may find these elevators behind Section 232A on the Main Level, adjacent to the Audi Yankees Club on the H&R Block Suite Level, and behind Section 332A on the Terrace/Grandstand Level.
* Gate 4: Two elevators for Yankees Premium ticket holders only. Premium guests exiting Yankee Stadium may find these elevators inside the Delta SKY360° Suite and adjacent to the H&R Block Suite Lounge on the H&R Block Suite Level.
* Great Hall Eight elevators. Guests exiting Yankee Stadium may find these elevators behind Sections 214A, 214B, 215 and 216 on the Main Level, behind Luxury Suite 25 on the H&R Block Suite Level, and behind Sections 314, 315 and 316 on the Terrace/Grandstand Level.
* Gate 6 Two elevators for visitors to NYY Steak, the New York Yankees Museum and the Banquet & Conference Center.
* Gate 8 Two elevators for guests with disabilities who wish to visit Monument Park.

Emergency Evacuation

Should there be an immediate need to evacuate Yankee Stadium, guests will be given instructions via the public-address/captioned systems. Exit instructions will also be posted on high-definition video monitors in the public concourses. Guests are encouraged to take the following steps in the event of an emergency:

* Be aware of your location in Yankee Stadium at all times.
* Identify the two exits located nearest to your seats.
* Listen, watch for and follow instructions from the public-address system, video boards and concourse high-definition video monitors.
* Ask for assistance and information at the Guest Services Booths or from Yankee Stadium staff, uniformed security, police and medical personnel.

Entry Guidelines

Safety is of the highest priority at Yankee Stadium, and the Yankees will continue to take every reasonable step to aid the safety of everyone entering Yankee Stadium. Signs are posted prior to entry areas to inform guests of Yankee Stadium policies. The Yankees are implementing several important security measures in conjunction with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies:

* The security screening process may lead to entry delays close to game time. The Yankees encourage guests to avoid lines by arriving at Yankee Stadium early to enjoy pregame in- stadium activities. Yankee Stadium gates will open at 10 a.m. for regular-season day games and 4 p.m. for regular-season night games. For Saturday Fox games during the regular season, gates will open at 1 p.m.
* All guests will go through a screening process before entering Yankee Stadium.
* The following items are prohibited and may not be brought onto the premises:
o Backpacks, briefcases, large purses, bags and coolers
o Glass or plastic bottles and cans
o Laser pens
o Video cameras
o Laptop computers
o Firearms or knives
o Beach balls, blow horns and all other distracting noisemakers
o Any other devices that may interfere with and/or distract any sports participant, other patron, audio or audio/visual telecast or recording of the game or any technology-related service provided in Yankee Stadium

There is no claim-check area to store items.

Diaper bags, small children¹s backpacks, small purses and small backpack purses are permitted in Yankee Stadium, but will be inspected upon entering the gates. Soft-sided attaché cases are permitted through the Suite Entrance next to Gate 4 for Premium ticket holders, but will be inspected. Premium ticket holders are not permitted to bring food or beverages into the Suite Entrance.
* Sealed bottled water may be brought into Yankee Stadium. See the ³Bottles and Cans² entry for more information.
* Re-entry is not permitted. Once guests enter Yankee Stadium, they will not be permitted to leave and re-enter the facility. See the ³Exit/Re-entry² entry for more information.
* Only vehicles dropping off or picking up guests with disabilities will be permitted curbside at Yankee Stadium. No other vehicles are permitted curbside, nor will people be able to stand and wait with their vehicles.

Escalators

There are three escalators at Yankee Stadium: one adjacent to the Yankee Stadium Ticket Office located near Gate 4 and two adjacent to the Guest Services Booth located near Gate 6 inside the Great Hall. Please be advised that escalators are turned off and may be reversed during the course of the game. Elevators are available as an alternate means of getting around Yankee Stadium.
Exit/re-entry

Guests are not permitted to leave Yankee Stadium and return on the same ticket. Readmittance to Yankee Stadium will be allowed only in the case of an emergency. Those needing to exit Yankee Stadium for this purpose should proceed to the Yankee Stadium Lobby near Gate 2 for consideration

Field Level Food Court

The food court located near Section 126 on the Field Level offers guests a taste of New York with a variety of concessions, including Boar¹s Head deli sandwiches, Famous Famiglia pizza and Asian cuisine.
First Aid

Emergency medical technicians, doctors and ambulances are at Yankee Stadium during all games. Should guests require medical assistance, there are three first-aid locations: Field Level at Section 128, Main Level at Section 221 and Terrace/Grandstand Level at Section 320C.
Gate Locations And Openings

Yankee Stadium has four gate locations for entry and exit:

* Gate 2: adjacent to left field: Enter via Jerome Avenue
* Gate 4: behind home plate: Enter via 161st Street and Jerome Avenue
* Gate 6: adjacent to right field: Enter via 161st Street
* Gate 8: adjacent to centerfield: Enter via River Avenue

Yankee Stadium gates will open at 10 a.m. for regular-season day games and 4 p.m. for regular-season night games. For Saturday Fox games during the regular season, gates will open at 1 p.m. See the ³Entry Guidelines² entry for more information.

Great Hall

The Great Hall, a wide and inviting 31,000-square- foot space located between the exterior wall and the interior of the Stadium, runs from Gate 4 to Gate 6 and serves as a boulevard to retail stores and food and beverage amenities. The Great Hall contains a 24-foot-by-36-foot 10mm true high-definition video board and a 5- foot-by-383-foot 10mm LED ribbon board. The Home Plate Store, the Great Hall Store, the Hard Rock Cafe and the Martini Bar are located in the Great Hall.
Guest Conduct

Guests interfering with a ball in play, using foul language, making obscene gestures, smoking or being or appearing inebriated will be ejected from Yankee Stadium. Placing, dropping, tossing or hurling any substance or object in Yankee Stadium is a crime punishable by fine and/or imprisonment as well as a civil penalty of up to $5,000. In addition, entering the playing field, disrupting a game and/or attempting any physical contact with a sports participant is a crime punishable by fine and/or imprisonment as well as a civil penalty of up to $25,000. Violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. If someone is interfering with your enjoyment of the game, please contact a security guard or guest services representative or text your concern to 69900 from your cell phone (standard message rates apply).
Guest Services Booths

Yankee Stadium has four Guest Services Booths, which are open during every game to assist guests with any questions they have while at Yankee Stadium. The guest services staff is also able to provide guests with concierge services, including dinner reservations, information about shows and answers to transportation questions.

Booths may be found in the following locations:

* Great Hall: near Gate 6
* Field Level: at Section 128
* Main Level: at Section 221
* Terrace/Grandstand Level: at Section 320C



Children Rules

Children who are less than 30 inches tall and can walk freely under the turnstile or are carried into Yankee Stadium do not need a ticket for entry. However, the child must sit on an adult¹s lap during the game without obstructing the view of any other guests.

Miscellaneous

Lost And Found

Anyone wishing to turn in a found item or inquire about a lost item may do so at the Guest Services Booth in the Great Hall near Gate 6. To inquire via phone, please call (646) 977-8000 or (718) 579-4413.
Lost/Stolen Tickets

Tickets are valuable items, and the Yankees recommend that guests keep them in a secure place. Lost or stolen tickets can be replaced only under the terms and conditions set forth by the Yankees and only to the ticket licensee. If tickets are lost or left at home or an incorrect ticket is presented for admission, the ticket licensee is required to purchase replacement tickets to cover the missing ticket.

A non-refundable processing fee of $5 per ticket will be charged for replacement tickets. Tickets that are reported stolen are replaced only when an official police report is presented to the Yankee Stadium Ticket Office. Stolen tickets, with a police report, will be replaced without charge. Replacement tickets may not be exchanged. Replacement tickets, once issued, will not be replaced if lost or stolen.
Lost children/Tag-A-Kid Program

Lost children will be taken to the Yankee Stadium Lobby, which is adjacent to the Field Level at Gate 2. Parents looking for a lost child should locate a member of the Yankees staff and go directly to the Yankee Stadium Lobby. The Tag-A-Kid Program gives children wristbands with their seat locations written on them. Guests may get a wristband for their child at any Guest Services Booth in Yankee Stadium.



Martini Bar

The Martini Bar is located in the Great Hall, near Gate 4, just up the escalator. Featuring a full cocktail bar, it will be open for service from the time the gates open until the conclusion of the seventh inning.
Merchandise Stores

There are three retail stores, an art gallery and a collectibles store in Yankee Stadium. The Home Plate Store, located in the Great Hall behind home plate, is home to the largest selection of Yankees merchandise and memorabilia at the Stadium. The New Era Yankee Stadium flagship store is on the Main Level behind home plate and specializes in New Era caps, and the Great Hall Store is located at Gate 6 and is open year-round. The Peter Max Art Gallery and Yankees Steiner Collectibles Store are located on the Field Level.
Mohegan Sun Sports Bar

The Mohegan Sun Sports Bar, one of two membership clubs in Yankee Stadium, is a spacious, air-conditioned space located in centerfield above historic Monument Park. Its location allows for great views of the playing field as well as Monument Park below. Two cocktail bars are located inside, and guests can watch the game through the windows facing the playing field or on various high-definition video monitors inside the bar. Individual-game tickets are also available. For information, please visit www.yankees.com.


Monument Park, a museum in and of itself, recognizes former Yankees greats and has been relocated to its original position behind centerfield. On game days, it opens with the gates and remains accessible until 45 minutes prior to the game start time, subject to capacity limitations. It is closed between doubleheaders and during inclement weather. Signage throughout Yankee Stadium will direct guests to Monument Park. Yankee Stadium staff is also available to assist guests.




New York Yankees Museum

The New York Yankees Museum ‹ a museum within a museum ‹ tells baseball¹s and the franchise¹s story through various displays of artifacts and memorabilia. Guests can access the museum on game days from the time the gates open until the end of the eighth inning. On non-game days, visitors can enjoy the museum as part of Yankee Stadium tours.
NYY Steak

The newly created NYY Steak is an upscale steak house with a menu that features USDA prime dry-aged beef, fresh seafood and a variety of premium wines. NYY Steak is located above the Hard Rock Cafe inside Gate 6. Hours of operation vary. Please visit www.yankees.com or www.nyysteak.com for current hours of operation and information on dining at NYY Steak.


Parking

For a parking lot map and directions, please see Page 43.
Premium Seating

Yankees Premium combines unparalleled seat locations with enhanced amenities and service, resulting in unforgettable game-day experiences with family, friends and business associates. For information on any of the Yankees¹ Premium Offerings, please call (718) 508-3955, e-mail premium@yankees.com or visit www.yankees.com/yankeespremium.

Yankees Premium spaces include:
H&R Block Suite Level

Yankee Stadium¹s Luxury Suites, Club Suite, H&R Block Suite Lounge and Party Suites are all located on the H&R Block Suite Level.
Luxury Suites

Yankee Stadium has Luxury Suites that range in size from 16 to 22 guests. Luxury Suites combine the convenience of personalized service with high-end amenities. Luxury Suite guests have access to the H&R Block Suite Lounge, a separate exclusive indoor lounge located behind home plate that features a full bar and food and beverage service and includes a conference room. Luxury Suites are available on a full- season multiyear basis.
Club Suite

The 74-seat Club Suite is a unique space that combines four Luxury Suites into one expansive shared suite, providing an experience similar to a Luxury Suite, but customized to fit your needs. The Club Suite features indoor and specifically designated outdoor seating, private restrooms, high-definition video monitors, access to preferred parking, concierge service and entry to the H&R Block Suite Lounge, a separate exclusive indoor lounge located behind home plate that features a full bar and food and beverage service and includes a conference room.
H&R Block Suite Lounge

Luxury and Club Suite ticket holders may access the exclusive H&R Block Suite Lounge. This indoor lounge, located behind home plate on the H&R Block Suite Level, features lounge-style seating, a full bar and food and beverage service and includes a conference room.
Party Suites

Yankee Stadium Party Suites are perfect for hosting an intimate affair, celebrating with a larger group or holding a business gathering. Party Suites range in size from 28 to 60 guests and can be combined to accommodate groups of up to approximately 400 people. Party Suites include multiple rows of tiered exterior seating featuring comfortable suite-style seats and a spacious indoor lounge. Party Suites feature sweeping views of the playing field, a private restroom, extensive food and beverage options and state-of-the-art technology.
Legends Suite

Seating for the Legends Suite ‹ located in the 25 sections closest to the playing field, extending from home plate down each baseline ‹ offers an unprecedented experience, featuring cushioned seats, in-seat wait service, concierge services, private restrooms, and an all- inclusive generous selection of quality food and nonalcoholic beverages with alcoholic beverages available for purchase. Licensees also have access to the Legends Suite Club and to two Legends Suite dugout lounges.
Legends Suite Club

The Legends Suite Club is an exclusive bi-level club located behind home plate. The Legends Suite Club offers premium amenities and all- inclusive food and nonalcoholic beverages and features performance- cooking stations and cocktail service with a wide selection of alcoholic beverages available for purchase. The Legends Suite Club is available to Legends Suite ticket holders.
Legends Suite Dugout Lounges

The Ketel One Lounge and Left Field Dugout Lounge are private clubs featuring private restrooms, high-definition video monitors and additional all-inclusive food and nonalcoholic beverage offerings with alcoholic beverages available for purchase. The Ketel One Lounge is located behind the Legends Suite seats along the first-base line and the Left Field Dugout Lounge is located behind the Legends Suite seats along the third-base line. The Legends Suite dugout lounges are available to Legends Suite ticket holders.
Delta SKY360° Suite

Located on the Main Level directly behind home plate, the Delta SKY360° Suite features 1,200 cushioned seats with teak arms and provides some of the best views of the playing field. Guests also have access to an exclusive lounge contiguous with the outdoor suite seating area, separated only by a floor to ceiling glass wall. This climate-controlled indoor environment has a four-sided cocktail bar and espresso station along with plush leather couches and high- definition video monitors. A generous menu selection featuring savory cuisine, traditional stadium fare and made-to-order brick-oven pizza prepared by Food Network completes this world-class experience.
Jim Beam Suite

Located in the nine sections of the Terrace Level directly behind home plate is the Jim Beam Suite, which features 1,300 cushioned seats with padded backs. Licensees have access to the Jim Beam Suite Lounge, a separate air-conditioned indoor space with private restrooms and high- definition video monitors. Food and beverage service includes Food Network¹s twist on traditional stadium fare and made-to-order Largo brick-oven pizza.
Prepaid Parking

Standard Parking offers prepaid season, partial-plan and individual-game parking. For more information, please call Standard Parking at (718) 292-6515 or visit www.baseball-parking.com.
Prohibited items

See the ³Entry Guidelines² entry.
Public transportation

For information on mass transit, please see Page 44.

Rainout/Reschedule Policy

In the event a regulation game, as defined by Major League Baseball (i.e., 41Ž2 innings if the Yankees are ahead and five full innings if the visiting team is ahead or the game is tied), is not played due to weather, an act of God or any other reason, the ticket will constitute a rain check that can be either: (a) used for admission to the rescheduled game, if any, subject to certain doubleheader limitations; or (b) exchanged for a same-priced ticket for any Yankees home game within 12 months of the originally scheduled game, subject to availability.
Ramps

There are two ramps located inside Yankee Stadium. One ramp is located adjacent to Gate 2 on the left-field side of Yankee Stadium. The other is located adjacent to Gate 6 on the right-field side of Yankee Stadium.
Resale Of Tickets

New York law prohibits the resale of tickets within one thousand five hundred feet from the physical structure of Yankee Stadium under penalty of law.
Restrooms/Family Restrooms

Restrooms and wheelchair accessible restrooms are located on all levels of Yankee Stadium. Family restrooms are in the following locations:

* Field Level: Sections 106, 124 and 130
* Delta SKY360° Suite: Section 221B
* Main Level: Sections 219, 227A and 234
* Terrace/Grandstand Level: Sections 311, 316, 327 and 333
* Bleachers: Section 201



Safety Warning

During all batting practices, fielding practices, warm-ups and the course of the game experience, hard hit baseballs and bats and fragments thereof may be thrown or hit into the stands, concourses and concessions areas. For everyone¹s safety, please stay alert and be aware of your surroundings. Any guest who is concerned with his or her seat location should contact any guest services representative for an alternate seat location.
Seating Numbers And Levels

Seating numbering is similar to the original Yankee Stadium, with sections denominated in numerical order clockwise from the right-field bleachers to the left-field bleachers. Yankee Stadium consists of the Field Level, Main Level, H&R Block Suite Level, Terrace Level and Grandstand Level with Bleachers seating in the outfield. For more information, please see the Yankee Stadium map on the inside front cover.
Security

The Yankees want to ensure that guests have a safe and enjoyable experience at Yankee Stadium. Representatives of the security team and uniformed police officers will be positioned throughout Yankee Stadium. Guests requiring assistance should contact the nearest security guard, uniformed police officer, Yankees staff member or a representative at one of our Guest Services Booths or text 69900 and a Yankees staff member will respond with the appropriate assistance (standard message rates apply).
Smoking Policy

Smoking is prohibited in Yankee Stadium. In consideration for the comfort of all guests, the Yankees ask for your cooperation. There are no designated smoking areas inside Yankee Stadium, and re-entry is prohibited. The smoking policy is strictly enforced, and violators will be ejected from Yankee Stadium immediately.
Stadium Tours

Experience Yankee Stadium in an ultimate behind-the-scenes tour. This one-hour tour includes visits to the New York Yankees Museum ‹ the museum within the museum known as Yankee Stadium ‹ Monument Park and the dugout. Tours are available during the baseball season. There are no tours prior to day games or on weekends when the Yankees play at home. Tours are limited when the team is in town. During the offseason, tours will resume with certain restrictions. For more information, please visit www.yankees.com, call (646) 977-TOUR (8687)or (718) 579-4531 or e-mail tours@yankees.com.
Strollers

Strollers are permitted in Yankee Stadium. Fold-up strollers should be stored under your seat and non-folding strollers should be stored at the Guest Services Booth adjacent to Gate 6 in the Great Hall.
Subway Station

The B, D and 4 trains all service Yankee Stadium, and the subway station is adjacent to Yankee Stadium. For more information on mass transit, please see Page 44.


Taxi Stand

See the ³Car Service Dispatch² entry.
Text Messaging

Guests can use their cell phones to text questions and concerns to Yankee Stadium staff at 69900 (standard message rates apply).


Umbrellas are permitted in Yankee Stadium provided they do not interfere with other guests¹ enjoyment of the game or event.
Upgrades

Until two hours after the scheduled start time, guests looking to upgrade or change their seat location may inquire at Yankee Stadium Ticket Windows located inside Yankee Stadium in the Great Hall. In the event that an upgrade is available and the new ticket(s) value is greater than the original ticket(s) being presented for upgrade, the difference in price can be paid by cash or credit card. In the event that a change in seat location results in the new ticket(s) having a value that is less than the original ticket(s) being presented for upgrade, the difference in price will be issued back to the ticket holder in the form of Bomber Bucks. No cash or other forms of refund will be provided back to the ticket holder.


Video Boards

Guests visiting Yankee Stadium can expect a state-of-the-art audio/ visual game experience, highlighted by: a 59-foot-by-101-foot 16mm true high-definition video board in centerfield, a 3-foot-by-1,279- foot 20mm full-color LED ribbon board spanning the length of the Terrace Level, a distributed sound system optimizing speaker placement for enhanced sound, closed-captioning video boards in left and right field and assistive listening devices. In addition, there is a 24-foot- by-36-foot 10mm true high-definition video board and a 5-foot-by-383- foot 10mm LED ribbon board in the Great Hall as well as approximately 1,100 flat-panel high-definition video monitors located throughout the Stadium.

Video Board Messages

The left-center field video board is used to display general video board messages. Messages are limited to four basic greetings: ³Happy Birthday,² ³Yankees Welcome,² ³Happy Anniversary² and ³Congratulations.² Messages may only include first and last names; nicknames or further personalization are not permitted. Each message costs $10, which is donated to the not-for-profit New York Yankees Foundation. Messages must be received one week prior to the desired date of display, are subject to availability and appear at the sole discretion of the Yankees. To inquire, please call (718) 579-4464 or e-mail scoreboard@yankees.com.
Visiting Team Guests

Visiting team guests at Yankee Stadium should be treated as Yankees guests. If there is a situation in which a visiting team guest is treated unfairly, alert nearby Yankee Stadium staff, visit a Guest Services Booth or send a text to 69900 (standard message rates apply) to report the problem and Yankee Stadium security will be alerted.



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