The following sections may have obstructed or limited views:
Section 446: There is a large pillar in this section that is in line with row 10, meaning that many of the seats in row 11 and higher are obstructed.
400s Corners: There is a large pillar in this section that is in line with row 11, meaning that many of the seats in row 12 and higher are obstructed. (Sections 404,407,408,418,419,434,435,445,447)
406 and 420: There is a large pillar in this section that is in line with row 12, meaning that many of the seats in row 13 and higher are obstructed.
Section 433: There is a large pillar in this section that is in line with row 13, meaning that many of the seats in row 14 and higher are obstructed.
437 and 443: There is a large pillar in this section that is in line with row 7, meaning that many of the seats in row 8 and higher are obstructed.
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Lucas Oil Stadium is unique among football venues in that none of its sideline sections have more than 29 rows of seats. Instead of being built with a few expansive seating bowls, the home of the Colts is split up into a number of smaller seating levels and sections. For fans who wish to keep a close eye on the game, these smaller sections are often a major benefit.
It's rare to find a fan who sits down in his/her seat at kickoff and does not move for the next three hours. Whether it's grabbing a concession or using the facilities, fans often have to get up and move around. This can be difficult at most large football stadiums where you may have to walk 20 or more rows to reach the concourse. Although timeouts seem to last forever, there's a good chance you're going to miss some actual game clock if you leave your seats. At Lucas Oil Stadium, the small sections make it easy to reach the concourse so you can return to your seats as quickly as possible.
The lower level includes the largest sideline sections with up to 29 rows in each section. We highly recommend rows 20 and above where you'll be just a few steps away from the tunnel and your view of the game won't be blocked by the players.
In levels 200-500 you're going to find an outstanding view pretty much anywhere along the sideline. The elevation and angle of these seats leads to excellent sitelines. And with the largest sections containing just 11 rows, you're never too far from a restroom or beer stand. The best views come from the 300 and 400 levels, but as club seats they are usually 2-3 times more expensive than 500 level seats (which have a surprisingly-similar view).
One downside to having such small sections is having a railing or glass partition at the front of each section. These nuisances aren't as obstructive at Lucas Oil Stadium as they are elsewhere, but we recommend skipping the first 2-3 rows in most elevated sections just to be on the safe side.
While the best views will come from elevated sideline sections, the best views in terms of value come from a few corner sections on the 200 and 300 levels. Sections 220-222, 247-249, 320-322 and 347-349 are directly across from the stadium's videoboards. Corner sections already provide some of the most comfortable sitelines - and when you combine them with a head-on view of the scoreboard - they become our favorite seats for saving a little cash. Tickets in these sections are comparable to midfield tickets in the 600 level, but these provide a better overall experience.
To search tickets in these seats, select an event and apply the filter labeled Impressing a Guest.
To search tickets in these seats, select an event and apply the filter labeled Kids and Family.
To search tickets in these seats, select an event and apply the filter labeled Partying and Socializing.
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The number of seats in a row will vary depending on the section and row you are interested in. To find seats on the aisle through our Interactive Seating Chart, you can select the filter on the right side named "On/Near Aisle". Clicking this option will limit the tickets on the map and the list to only those which are on or near the aisles in a given section and row.
It is important to note however that most listings can only deliver seats on the aisle if all the tickets in the listing are purchased in the transaction. For example, if a seller lists 4 tickets for sale and includes a listing note indicating that the seats are on the aisle, you might not get the seats on the aisle if you should only purchase 2 of those 4 total tickets.
The Field Level Suites are on the South Side of Lucas Oil Stadium in front of Sections 125-129. The Suites are literally at Field Level, providing a unique perspective for events at Lucas Oil.
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