Seat view from section 143 at Soldier Field, home of the Chicago Bears

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0 #2 Gerard 2013-12-16 00:28
Thanks to Stubhub, we were able to buy three seats here within our budget; row 17, seats 9-11. Was easy to get in and out of our row, not the least bit cramped. Were just a quick skip from the concourse where all of the food stands and bathrooms are. The restrooms are almost as outdated as Wrigley Field's which is fitting considering the Bears used to play at Wrigley Field. The view was good but far from great. I now see why the midfield seats cost significantly more. Being just to the side of the north end zone definitely made things exciting when the Bears entered the red zone. You'll also get an excellent view of the Bears players throughout the game as they take and exit the field into the tunnel near these seats. Same side of the field as the Bears sideline too.
If you're looking for ways to navigate the stadium, they have what's called "Smart Kiosks" set up for fans. Gives you the nearest hotels, bars/restaurants, parking, etc. It's either that or pay for Wi-FI which isn't free at this stadium ($1.99 per game). Yes, Soldier Field is one big concrete "racket". Or as some fans call it, a giant spaceship.
0 #1 John M 2013-09-03 20:50
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 143, here is a Youtube video shot from there during a Bears/Buffalo Bills game at Soldier Field.

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