Seat view from section 120 at Bank of America Stadium, home of the Carolina Panthers

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0 #2 John M 2013-08-16 04:21
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 120, here is a Youtube video shot from row 10, seats 23&24 during a Panthers/New York Jets game at Bank of America Stadium.

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0 #1 Carlos 2012-10-24 05:02
First of all, these are awesome seats but a little pricey for the end zone. $150 per ticket for a team that finishes 8-8 most seasons? Come on. What's cool is you can see the back of the end zone from every seat in 120 because there are only 19 rows total. The yard markers were very hard to read so we had to keep referring to the big screens (in the west end zone) to see where the ball was placed. But when either team was about to score, section 120 was the place to be and that's going to be the same tale at every NFL stadium.

Second of all, navigation around this stadium can be a little tricky because they don't want fans on the top level to be able to access the bottom level. I think they've had a real problem with fans buying cheap seats and sneaking down into better seats. I think the Georgia Dome has also adopted a similar policy. So to make things easy, enter the East Gate (Mint Street entrance) to easily reach section 120. That way you can possibly allow yourself some more tailgating time rather than fighting the crowds on the other end of the stadium to find your seats.

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