MetLife Stadium

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Seat Review From Section 203B, Row 10, Seat 9
Dec 2013

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Avoid if... you consider yourself "Big and Tall"

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    Great on a Hot Day!

    Aug 2013

    Section 203B, Row 18, Seat 25

    Because of where these seats are located and there being open-air right behind you, these seats actually get a cross-breeze. Plus, they're covered. Probably not what you want on a cold winter day. But for August and September games, these seats are cooler than the rest. The 200 level columns don't come into play in these seats. You can always see the whole field and the videoboard across the field. Restrooms are right behind you and to the left. It's so secluded back here that they're almost private. Unfortunately, that also means that the food potions are pretty weak. There was a temporary cart right behind the seats, but the guy working it looked really bored.

    • "The Game Comes to You"

      (Section 232A) - -

      These seats faced the middle of the field perfectly and I was able to just sit in my seat facing forward and let the game come to me. No need to turn my head around at all, and the replay jumbotron at the opposite corner was right in my line of sight as well. I was in the 5th seat from the right a...

    • "Great section!"

      (Section 231) - -

      This section is very easy to get to/leave from. The escalator puts you out at the entrance to the section, and there is a concession stand and bathroom right there, so you don't have to wander around much during the game. There is also a stairwell right there that allows you to exit the stadium quic...

    • "Easy access to the seats, solid views"

      (Section 229) - -

      The seats were right by the entry tunnel and on a set of metal risers that sit above the rows below, but otherwise were just like all the others. Views were excellent as we faced the middle of the field and had great height to be able to see everywhere. The guard rails in front of us might have be...

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