State Farm Stadium

Section 408 at State Farm Stadium

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Section 408 Seating Notes

Row Numbers

  • Rows in Section 408 are labeled A-C, 1-23
  • There is open space betweeen Rows W2 and 1
  • Entrances to this section are located at Rows W2 and 1
  • When looking towards the field/stage/court, lower number seats are on the right

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  • Section 408 Reviews

    Amazing seats during kickoffs

    Aug 2014

    Football Review
    Section 408, Row 16, Seat 2

    These seats were just in line with the goal line, so you have one of the best views in the stadium for kickoffs that go to this side of the field. I'd also say you view to the 30 yardline is also pretty good. Any further left; however, and you have to turn your body and deal with fans leaning over and their heads blocking 20 yards of the field (see the photo). Row 16 is already really high up there. So if you can, try for seats closer to midfield. You'll get a better view of the whole field with less chance of someone getting in the way. Or choose a lower row in a corner section for a similar price. The corner seats are angled better towards the field and avoiding all the stairs is a big plus.

    • Ring of Honor

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      When looking at the State Farm Stadium seating chart, the 400 Level is the highest seating area. That level is seating is split into upper and lower portions. Seats in the lower portion make up the Ring of Honor. Ring of Honor Seats are located in the front rows of each 400 Level section. These are lettered rows beginning with A at the very front. Each section has five or fewer rows which makes them some of the most convenient seats for getting to and from the concourse. For guests comparing these rows to Terrace Level rows (numbered rows in the same section), these are far superior. Terrace seats are accessed via a staircase which makes them more difficult to get to and farther from the field than you'd think. 

    • Terrace Level

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      On the Arizona Cardinals seating chart, the 400 Level is commonly referred to as the Terrace Level. This is the highest seating area in the stadium and ticket prices are typically much less expensive than what you'd find in the Lower Level or Club Level. Ring of Honor vs. Terrace Seats  Each 400 Level section contains roughly 30 rows of seats. When you enter one of these sections, lettered rows (e.g.: A) are below the entrance. These are also known as the Ring of Honor Seats. Above the section entrance (and up a flight of stairs) are numbered rows. These Terrace Seats are true upper deck seats and are usually the cheapest tickets for a Cardinals game. 

    • Terrace Level Corner (Basketball)

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      A seat in the Terrace Corner sections will leave you looking to the videoboards in order to follow the action happening on the court. The views of the actual game are extremely far, and as you won't have a head on viewing angle to the endzones, we recommend searching instead for seats in the Terrace Baseline where you can look straight away at the video coverage. Seating begins with lettered rows below the entry tunnel, and numbered rows above. Whenever possible, opt for the lettered rows as these keep you closer to the court and concourse, and also feel like their own private seating deck. 

    • Terrace Level Sideline (Football)

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      Located on the highest tier of the stadium, Terrace Level Sideline seats are located between the endzones providing a further view which faces the team benches. Due to the proximity to the 50 yard line, these sections are a great option for finding cheap tickets near midfield. Sections in this location contains 23 rows, with row 1 being closest to the front of the section, and row 23 being furthest. Sections 411-414 and 442-445 are located nearest to the 50 yard line on this highest tier, and are also known as the Terrace Main sections. 

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