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View from section 125 at University of Phoenix Stadium, home of the Arizona Cardinals

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0 #3 Jane 2016-01-18 21:33
Do Not Sit in Section 125 Seats 28 and 29 or anywhere near there for that matter. We spent a fair amount of money to go enjoy my very first NFL Game for my Birthday. Upon arriving at the stadium we were very pleased, the stadium was very nice and our seats were great. However as soon as the game started I realized quickly why the someone would want to sell these seats. The Man sitting directly behind me (Section 125, Row 28 seat 29) screamed as loud as humanly possible while banging two license plates together the whole time the opposing team was on offense. This continued throughout the whole entire game. It was so obnoxious, my ears literally hurt the rest of the night and the next day as well. I am all for cheering for your team but I also believe in a thing called common courtesy. Be respectful to those around you. PS - Why do we have to go through a metal detector if you allow people to bring in large metal license plates???? Great Job Security.
The stadium itself was very nice and the game was great.
0 #2 John M 2013-09-25 00:39
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 125, here is a Youtube video shot from there during a Cardinals/Philadelph ia Eagles game at University of Phoenix Stadium.

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0 #1 Dallas 2012-10-13 22:28
The view from section 125 is pretty good if you don't mind having to constantly adjust yourself to look left. The seats have a weird angle too them and you won't notice until you get to your seats.

125 is probably not the most ideal section for fans with an overactive bladder. There are maybe 30 seats assigned to each row, no joke and the rows aren't that wide as it is so you'll be climbing thru lots of legs to get in and out of your row.
Huge section and there are more than 40 rows total so wear your walking shoes if your seats are near row 1. There are plenty of guard rails to guide you up and down the steps but you should still be cautious, especially if you've had a few beers to drink at the tailgate.

Some of the tailgate lots are quiet far away from the stadium so keep that in mind when deciding when to leave the tailgate if you want to make it to your seats by kickoff. The 'Great Lawn' is a great place to tailgate and is much closer to the stadium than some of the other colored lots.

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