Corner level seats at Allegiant Stadium are a combination of both the sideline seats and endzone seats. Think about it exactly how it sounds, it's in the corner, which in this situation really isn't that bad. 100 Level Corner seats at Allegiant Stadium give you the best of both worlds in a sense. The angle in which you sit is important. In sections 141,142 and 104.106 you will have incredible vies of the north endzone while also having the field laid out to you in a unique fashion. Sections 119,120 and 127,128 offer the same for the south endzone.
In many stadiums corner sections tend to have a few obstructions. It is hard to find obstructions in the beautiful new Allegiant Stadium. So these corner seats offer a lot of good without the bad.
100 Level Endzone Seating
The Lower level endzone views at Allegiant Stadium offer the most affordability for a lower level seat at a Raiders game. These seats come with a bit of risk and reward. Sections 142,144 and 101-103 offer some of the best views in the stadium of the north endzone. However, if the action is happening on the south side of the field your views won't be the best. The same goes for sections 121-125 on the south endzone of Allegiant Stadium.
Section 101 is right in the center of the north endzone and section 123 is in the center of the south endzone. Most of the sections in the endzone have rows that go up to 27. However, section 121 goes all the way up to row 35.
100 Level Sideline Seating
Lower Level Sideline seats at Allegiant stadium offer some of the best views in the stadium. These seats offer the opportunity to be close to the field, close to the endzones, and still have excellent views of the entire field. Sections 106-108 and 116-118 are located on the east sideline, which is also the sideline that the Vegas Raiders bench will be located. Sections 128-130 and 138-140 located on the west sideline are the sideline where the visiting team bench will be located.
Sideline seats are reserved, not club sections. They will be primarily located between the endzone and the 20 yard line for Raiders games. Make sure to pay attention to what row you are sitting in. The Lower Level sideline sections are large typically ranging up to 39 rows in a section.
200 Level Corner Seating
Allegiant Stadium doesn't have any reserved sideline seats. The 150 Suite Level and 200 Suite and Loge level at Allegiant Stadium take up this area. 200 Level Corner seats for a Vegas Raiders game offer more affordability than the 100 level sections. You will still feel like you are close to the action in these seats. Slightly above the 100 Level Corner means that your views will be elevated a bit, but not to the point where you can't see the action.
The best sections to sit in the 200 Level Corner are in the middle. Specifically, section 244 and 208 in the north endzone. Section 220 and 230 in the south endzone will offer a great view of the entire field.
200 Level Endzone Seating
The 200 Level Endzone seats and 200 Level corner seats are the only reserved sections in Allegiant Stadium. Views from the endzone at a Raiders game can be excellent depending on what you are looking for. The 200 Level Endzone sections are comprised of either 14 or 17 rows. Since these sections don't have too many rows even if you are in the last row you will still have a pretty good seat and view of the game.
The North endzone on the 200 Level will be slightly above the 100 Level north endzone. Sections 247-,248 and 201-203 have pristine views of the north endzone. You actually may have better views of the south endzone than the 100 Level Endzone due to the fact that you will be higher up. The same goes for the south endzone. Slightly above the 100 Level south endzone, 200 Level south endzone is comprised of sections 223-227.
300 Level Corner Seating
The 300 level corner at Allegiant Stadium is a reserved section with not many amenities. There aren't many rows in the sections of the 300 Level corner, which is important because you will want to make sure to be in the first few rows of the 300 Level corner to instill that you still have a good view of the game.
Section 344 has 16 rows, but the rest of the sections in the 300 Level Corner have less than 15 rows. Since you are much higher than the corner sections below you, you will not be able to see specific players as easily. However, you may be able to see the Vegas Raiders action as a whole a bit better.
300 Level Endzone Seating
Endzone seats at a Vegas Raiders game can often vary. There are no 300 Level Endzone seats on the north end of Allegiant Stadium. Fans who would like endzone views, but don't want to pay as much should sit on the south end of the stadium in sections 322-327.
A lot of value for a Raiders ticket can be found in this section. Even though you will be slightly higher than the 100 and 200 level endzone sections, the 300 level endzone is small. There are only up to 14 rows, so you won't feel too far away from the action on the south side of the stadium. However, your views of the north endzone will not be good. Make sure to hope for lots of action on the south end of the stadium if you sit in these seats.
300 Level Sideline Seating
The 300 Level Sideline section at Allegiant stadium will probably provide you with the most value for a Raiders game. The best place to sit for a Vegas Raiders game or any football game is on the 50- yard line. However, the only option to sit in a lower level 50-yard line seat is either in a club or suite section. Club and suite sections are amazing at Allegiant Stadium, but they can be a bit expensive.
The most value for a Raiders game can be found in sections 311-313 on the east sideline and 337-339 on the west sideline. You will be elevated well above sections 100 and 200, but the entire field will be laid out to you in a spectacular fashion.
Seats in sections towards the endzone will be a bit cheaper such as sections 308.318,333, and 342. Expect decent views in these seats at a much cheaper cost.
400 Level Corner Seating
The 400 Level Corner sections have the most variety in Allegiant stadium. All of these sections are small, so even if you have a Raiders ticket in the back of these sections you won't be too far from the front of the section. A good portion of the sections in the 400 Level Corner are comprised of 7-9 rows. However, a lot of the sections are also comprised of 12-13 rows. Once again row 13 can feel much further away from the action in the 400 level than row 6 or 7.
It will be difficult to determine which player is which in these seats. Meaning that if you are looking to see whether or not a specific wide receiver or running back is in the game it will be hard to tell. However, you will still have great views of the entire field. The atmosphere is incredible for Raiders games, so expect cheaper seats in this area of Allegiant Stadium.
400 Level Sideline Seating
The best way to describe the 400 Level sideline at Allegiant stadium is not too bad. While you may be further from the action, it's hard to find a truly bad seat for a Raiders game. The 400 Level sideline sections are comprised of as little as 13 rows and as large as 20 rows. As you get closer to the middle of the 400 Level sideline the sections will have more rows. For example, sections 412 and 438 have 20 rows.
A lot of value can be found in the 400 Level sideline seats specifically as you get closer to the 50 yard line for the Vegas Raiders. Sections 411-413 on the east sideline and sections 437-439 on the west sideline might feel far away at times, but the entire field will be laid out in front of your eyes. If you are looking for great value for a Raiders game, this is a great place to look.