M&T Bank Stadium

"Directly Between the Uprights"

Seat Review From Section 113, Row 28, Seat 7
Sep 2013

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This was a pretty cool place to sit as I couldn't have been more perfectly placed in the center of the endzone. Watching the game between the uprights didn't cause any significant view obstruction, and with the scoreboard at the opposite endzone located just a quick glance up, it was easy to just sit back and relax and watch all the action without having to move my head around at all. My seat (7) was in the middle of the row with seats 1 and 12 being on the aisle, so it was good that these seats were so comfortable.

Best for... watching the game, bringing the family

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

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