SDCCU Stadium

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Seat Review From View Level 56V, Row 25
Aug 2014

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When I got up to the top, I just shook my head and asked why these seats even exist. These are the kind of seats that give Qualcomm a bad rap, even though most of the seats on the view level are outstanding.

Row 25 is literally behind the videoboard, there are a ton of stairs to get up this high, you can't see the near endzone and the bowl opens up here so the wind can be a major issue.

Unless it's the Super Bowl, you're better off watching at home (or spending more and sitting lower).

Avoid if... you want to watch the game, you are bringing the family, you consider yourself "Big and Tall", climbing stairs is difficult, you do not want a sun burn

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