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panther4life

Upper deck psl owners, can you post a pic of the view for me?

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Seatdata.com is very useful.

Seathound.com also has an interactive seating chart with views from each section

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No pics, but I'm in 503, row 18 and wouldn't trade em for anything. You can see entire game and watch plays develop. I have sat all over BOA and love my seats.

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I was in 508 last year . Row 1A has it's own platform so to speak as it's considered handicap accessible the next rows don't start till a few steps up and especially around the stairs you will get the double bars. 

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My seats are also 1 and 2 in my row so I'm on the aisle which is great for standing up and raising all kinds of hell.

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No pics but I've sat all over the place and my favorite seats have been in the endzone

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505 is a nice section. I have sat over there a few times. Depending on kickoff and time of year you will be dealing with sun in your eyes. You still have a decent view of Charlotte for the ambiance. My only complaint is that North Gate is a clusterfug before and after games. If it's the last row I highly recommend sitting in it first. There are some random seats around the very top of the bowl that are just jammed in there and hard to sit in for bigger guys.

 

Being far away from the action can be good and/or bad. First of all you need some decent vision to sit anywhere in the stadium. Assuming you do, those 500 level seats give you a birds eye view. You can see every player run their routes or through holes in the defense. Up close you miss a ton of action unless the play is near your seat.

 

The only other thing is social stuff. On average the lower bowl people are older and wealthier. They don't get as crazy (on average). The upper bowl tends to be more blue collar, more beer, more fights. The seats that don't sell well are usually given to soldiers and underprivileged youth groups. To me we are all Panthers fans but I have friends that don't like the cheap seats.

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