Minnesota Twins Skyline Deck
The Minnesota Twins Skyline Deck hangs over the 100 level seats in the corner of Target Field. The Target Field seating chart shows the Twins Skyline Deck in sections “S”, “T”, “U”, and “V” in the right field corner in front of the building housing the Twins Budweiser Roof Deck.
The Minnesota Twins Skyline Deck is uniquely positioned down the left field line of Target Field. As shown in the picture below, Twins Skyline Deck sections are on the second level of seating and jut out covering the back portion of the 100 level seats below. Twins Skyline Deck tickets are a reasonable alternative to the Twins Field Boxes below as the added height provides increased depth perception and a better view of each pitch. The two main downsides of the Twins Skyline Deck are that foul balls rarely make it into the section and only the seats near the front of each section offer good views of the infield.
Look at the Minnesota Twins seating chart and more details about: Twins Champion’s Club, Twins Dugout Boxes, Twins Home Plate Boxes, Twins Diamond Boxes, Twins Field Boxes, Twins Left Field Bleachers, Twins Powerball Pavilion, Twins Overlook, Twins Right Field Bleachers, Twins Delta Sky360 Legends Club, Twins Skyline Deck, Twins Suites, Twins Home Plate Terrace, Twins Field Terrace, Twins Home Plate View, Twins Skyline View, Twins Field View, Twins Our Family Section, Twins US Bank Home Run Porch, Twins Grandstand, and Twins Budweiser Roof Deck.
Twins Skyline Deck tickets are only sold as individual game tickets. The Twins sell Skyline Deck tickets for $29, $31, and $34 per game for Value, Select, and Premium games respectively. See the full Minnesota Twins Ticket Prices page for additional information regarding the breakdown of games by cost. Twins Skyline Deck tickets are cheaper than the Twins Field Boxes just below and are an excellent value if you can acquire front row Skyline Deck section tickets for near face value. Avoid paying full price for Twins Skyline Deck tickets for the back rows as they are often obstructed by the fans in front.
View from the Minnesota Twins Skyline Deck at Target Field