Featuring nearly 40 rows of seating in some sections, the upper deck at Paul Brown Stadium is among the NFL's largest. With the seating split into upper and lower portions, row placement is the key to getting the best value for your money.

Each section shares an entrance tunnel with an adjacent section. As you enter a section, you'll either go down (or across) to rows 1-12 or you'll immediately go up rows 13 and above. If you have trouble walking stairs, choose rows 7-12 where you'll endure the least effort.

If you don't mind traversing a few stairs, you have a decision to make. You can opt for rows 19 and above where you'll be covered by the substantial roof. Or you can sit in rows 13-19 where you'll still have quick access to the concourse and all of its amenities. With how high the upper deck already is, you won't be sacrificing much in the way of good views as you continue to go higher.

Despite your choice of row, the best views will be found near midfield in sections 308-312 and 338-342. These will also be the most expensive tickets. For a different experience or to save some money, try sections 315-317 where you can take in the Ohio River or 345-347 where you'll have good views of the west videoboard.