MetLife Stadium

MetLife Stadium Upper Level Corner Seating

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Sitting Here for a Football Game

The Upper Level Corner seats are home to some of the furthest views in MetLife Stadium, but also some of the most affordable tickets. The steep seating on the highest tier and exposure to the elements keeps these seats in lower demand than other options in the stadium.

These sections are separated into a lower and upper portion by the entry tunnel at row 5, causing the seats in rows 1-4 to feel smaller and more intimate than the upper rows 5-26.

Fans looking for an easy in and out from their seats are advised to avoid sections 307, 320, 332, and 345 due to their large size with 26 rows of seating and as many as 42 seats per row.  - RateYourSeats.com

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "Not bad seats at the goalline"

      (Section 317) - -

      These seats are right at the tunnel so getting to the concourse is no problem. There's only one row in front of you and then handicapped seating below, so kids don't have to worry about seeing over a lot of people. The only minor issue is the usher standing in the way, blocking part of your view ...

    • "Great bang for your $$$"

      (Section 335) -
    • "Not meant for tall people"

      (Section 342) - -

      The view was what I expected from the top of the stadium, very far and high up from the field level. I was right in line with the endzone which made the plays at our side of the 50 more enjoyable although I still felt very separated from the game. Legroom was minimal to say the least, and the feet...

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