M&T Bank Stadium

"Can't See the Scoreboards"

Seat Review From Section 100, Row 42, Seat 3
Aug 2013

Comments

Row 42 is the last row in Section 100, so you don't have to worry about people behind you if that bothers you. The seats are almost right at the 50 yard-line, which is ideal for watching the game. Unfortunately, the overhang and speakers block view of punts and both scoreboards. If you want to watch replays and keep track of the game on the big board, move down a couple rows.

The seats are 100% covered by the overhang, which makes them ideal on sunny or rainy days. But for night games, this also makes them pretty dark.

Best for... watching the game

Review Photos

Rating Details

  •  

Interactive Seating Chart

Loading...

Loading...
  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    Excellent View From 50 Yard Line

    Aug 2013

    Section 100, Row 33, Seat 1

    These seats are on the right aisle of Section 100, right on the 50 yard line. The left aisle is at about the 40 yard line. Row 33 is a good height to see the entire field without any obstructions, though kids might have an issue with the railings in Row 29 of this section. Pretty easy to get to the concourse to get concessions and go to the restrooms. Overall, great seats!

    Best seats in the stadium

    Section 100

    • "Pretty Good View of the Field!"

      (Section 101) - -

      Kids and shorter adults might have an issue with the railing blocking their view in Row 29. But for other fans, these are really solid seats at the 35 yardline. The height is really good for seeing the entire field and both scoreboards.

    • "GREAT"

      (Section 129) -
    • "Best Seats in the House"

      (Section 153) - -

      Lots of season ticket holders in this section and they're proud to call this spot the best in the stadium. The seats are at the ideal height for seeing the whole field, while still being close to the field. The visitor's sideline is right in front of you and there's always a lot going on. Getting...

     Loading...