Gillette Stadium

"Wish the Ball Was Always at Our End"

Seat Review From Section 223, Row 3, Seat 6
Sep 2013

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These seats had an amazing view of the endzone nearest to us, and it made me wish that all the scoring had been on this side of the field. Great elevation from the second level made for amazing sight lines, especially when the ball was moving toward us. I had not been to Gillette Stadium before so I was a bit surprised that the entry to the 200 level seats was located off the same concourse as the 100 level seats (most other stadiums I've been too have a separate concourse for the second tier of seating), but it wasn't an issue at at as the lines weren't too bad and there was a great concession stand nearby serving pulled pork sandwiches!

Best for... watching the game, bringing the family

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