Seat view from section 219 at New Era Field, home of the Buffalo Bills

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0 #1 Donnie 2012-09-02 21:09
I've had first row, Club Level end zone seats as my season ticket location for about 20 yrs and I love them.
I sit in 219, which means I have the straight-ahead view of the JumboTron. The tunnel end zone is always your first choice.
Make sure you're high enough up. Club Level, first row, is about as low as you want to go. Any lower and your depth perception of the field is altered too much. When they're on the far side of the 50, a 2 yard run and a 22 yard run will look about the same. Don't get too low unless you're willing to trade the depth perception for an up-close look at some of the scores.
3rd tip - Buffalo is the 3rd windiest city in the US. And the stadium is situated so that the tunnel end zone is almost always the leeward end of the field. The vast majority of scoring on passing plays took place in the tunnel end zone. I wish I could find an official stat to prove it, but I've tried and can't. You're just going to have to take it from someone who has attended well over 200 games @ Ralph Wilson Stadium. The vast majority of touchdown passes happen down on this end.

There are no bad seats at Ralph Wilson Stadium and the tickets are typically pretty affordable.

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