On the highest seating deck of MetLife stadium, the Upper Level Endzone sections will have some of the furthest views as the ball moves to the far end of the field.
Smaller than the neighboring Upper Level Corner, sections in the endzone have just 22 numbered rows of seating (with row 5 being at the front and row 26 at the very back), creating a smaller more comfortable feel than in the corner.
While the views may be far, ticketholders will appreciate having the two video boards in the corners of the opposite side of the field to help stay in touch with all details on the field. There are no roofs or overhangs to shield from the weather, so fans should be prepared to dress accordingly.
Section 301 has some of the best views of the video screens in the corner on the opposite endzone. Watch out for the railing though in the first few rows. Row 10 would be ideal.
There are a lot of seats in each row up this high, but at least you are covered. Choose something in a lower row if you plan on getting up a lot for food and bathroom breaks.
Good seats if you plan on taking the train and grabbing some food from the Bud Light Plaza. Party there, then take the escalator right up to your seats.
If you can not afford sideline seats, these corner seats are a great alternative. From Row 9 you are about 5 rows from the concourse tunnel and a stacked concession stand. And the view is really good. Better to be up a few rows because the railing really gets in the way of lower rows....More