The mezzanine sits on the second tier of MetLife Stadium. In the endzone, ticketholders will appreciate the perspective from in front and behind the line of scrimmage, with a good elevation which allows fans to see all areas of the field.
Mezzanine Endzone A sections are located in the lower portion of this seating area (with 12 to 15 numbered rows of seating), while Mezzanine Endzone B sections are located just above and slightly further back from the field (slightly larger with 15 to 18 rows of seating). Mezzanine B sections are some of the best non-premium seating options for fans looking for protection from the weather as they are almost entirely covered by the upper level seating deck.
For Jets games only, Section 224B in the South endzone is a Family section at MetLife Stadium, and alcohol is not permitted. - RateYourSeats.com
Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations
"Very loud under the speaker"
(Section 201) - ★★★★ -
In terms of view, these seats were great and I could see all areas of the field with no problem. The glass and hand rails at the bottom of the section are not an issue from where I was, and even the foot traffic up and down the aisle didn't block the view much at all. Being so nicely positioned ne...
"Great view of the entire field"
(Section 224B) - ★★★★ -
You're almost in the 300 level being so far back, but you get a really good view of the whole field and you're at eye-level with the videoboards. Plus, the seats are covered which is a nice bonus. If you can get these seats cheap, go for it.
(Section 249B) - ★★★★ -
It was the last row in the section and under the roof from the deck above which provided protection and didn't limit the view at all. I could see all areas of the field well, but the view did feel far when the ball was at the opposite end of the field. The fact that the concourse was close by wasn...