Gillette Stadium

"Good view of the entire field"

Seat Review From Section 307, Row 16, Seat 23
Aug 2013

Comments

Really solid seats for being in the 300 level and not being at midfield. High number seats (13-24) are closer to the 20 yardline, while lower number seats are closer to the 10. You really get a great view of everything going on in the red zone on this side of the field.

It's about ten stairs up from the concourse. Not great, but it could be worse.

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