Sitting in the corners of the lower level at US Bank Stadium gives fans a more affordable option for first tier views without being behind the back of the endzones, however these sections are also the largest of any in the stadium with as many as 60 seats in a row.
Even with an additional aisle which runs down the middle of the sections for accessing rows 17 and higher, getting in and out of your seat here can be quite the challenge unless you find yourself near an aisle. Entry tunnels are located at the top of the sections, however as the higher rows are also where you’ll find the most number of seats, fans will want to choose their row and seat number carefully.
A unique feature of the 100 level corner sections when compared to the neighboring sideline sections is the additional elevation between seating rows. Walks down to the lower rows will therefore be a bit steeper than the lower level sideline sections, but this also creates a better viewing height above field level and over the fans sitting in front.
Corner sections at the west endzone (sections 101, 103, 136, and 138) are a better choice for fans who prefer a more social experience at a Vikings game due to the large open concourse just above the near endzone, while those who prefer an overall viewing experience area would be better suited for the corners near the east endzone thanks to viewing angles to the larger videoboard and Minneapolis skyline.