Seat view from section 101 at Bank of America Stadium, home of the Carolina Panthers

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+1 #3 John M 2013-08-18 01:01
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 101, here is a Youtube video shot from there before a Panthers/Kansas City Chiefs game at Bank of America Stadium.

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+1 #2 Chuck 2013-08-18 00:56
Wasn't a huge fan of sitting behind the goal posts but my girlfriend bought these tickets so I couldn't complain. We were about 15 rows up and the Tampa Bay Buccs were in town. The end zone seats sit only 20 feet from the back of the end zone so it was neat sitting that close. 15 rows up is perfect for fans that want the good view of all of the field. The knock against end zone seats is that you can't see the opposite side of the field too well, which is true. But if you sit in the later rows, you have an improved view. I would sit in this section again though.

From what I understand, the end zone seats are among the cheapest at Bank of America Stadium, so many fans should be able to afford these seats without having the corner office at work. Stub hub always has the best selection for Panthers tickets in my experience but I would never recommend buying them at the beginning of the season. Buy them after the Panthers lose a couple of games and the price drops.

Parking is never a problem for Panthers games but I would always recommend taking the Lynx ,Charlotte's light rail system. The Lynx has 3 stops that are all near the stadium. The Convention Center stop is the stop outside of Time Warner Cable Arena, home of the Hornets. There isn't too much dining outside of the stadium but there is downtown, especially along Church and Tryon streets so you should look for dining after getting off the Lynx or before you get back on.
+1 #1 Hunter 2012-06-21 01:09
Had season tickets here for a number of years back in the early 2000s when the Panthers were experiencing their down years. Always sat in row 10 which was the exact middle of the section. If you get an aisle seat here, you do run the risk of having the uprights obstructing part of your view of the field. Doesn't seem like a big deal until you sit behind one for four quarters of football.

Sitting in the endzones at NFL stadiums will be cheaper than any other lower level sections but the view can be suspect because it's hard to see other side of the field. For the most part, you will enjoy section 101 though.

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