Gillette Stadium

"Not too shabby for high up in the corner"

Seat Review From Section 321, Row 7
Sep 2013

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I saw section 321 was one of the smaller ones in the stadium with just 7 rows, and figured it would be easy to get in and out of the seats with climbing 20 rows. Aside from the ridiculously long walk up the back and forth ramp to the 300 level, it was a breeze to get to the seats from the smaller concourse area above and the view wasn't too bad considering the location at the top and near the corner.

Best for... fans on a budget

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