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panther4life

Last stadium question I promise

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When sitting in the endzone upper deck when the team is on the opposite side of the driving towards you do you sit high enough to pay attention to the line of scrimmage (offense and D) or you can only see the opposing teams d?

Hope that makes sense..

Thanks and pie for any help

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Never sit endzone upper deck, it sucks.

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Never sit endzone upper deck, it sucks.

These are technically corner endzone, make a difference your on stance?post-416-0-70449300-1374776145_thumb.jpg

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You will be able to see fine. Just go have plenty of beers and have a good time.

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I have never had a bad view in the upper deck.

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These are technically corner endzone, make a difference your on stance?attachicon.gif505.jpg

 

 

Tickets are just not that hard to get.  Why sit in the end zone if you can find something along the sidelines?  Price usually doesn't vary that much either.  Just don't buy the first ticket you come across.

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Never sit endzone upper deck, it sucks.

Disagree.

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I always kind of liked them. You can really see the plays developing and who is open and where gaps are. 

 

You could save a lot of money and just buy a season off of someone.

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The upper deck is great. You can see better than many lower level first row seats.

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I love the view from upper deck end zones. You can see everything developing no matter what end of the field they are on. The other good thing about my section, 529, is there is an A/Ced convenience store, a Wendy's, and the NFL Redzone (for those shitty fans that want to watch other games and check other scores) area all below that section.

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