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0 #2 Julius 2013-08-22 01:24
Came here for the Bengals game vs. the 49ers back in 2011 and the stadium was maybe only half full that day but our section was full to the brim. And why wouldn't it be? If you sit here, you'll be almost on the 50 behind the Bengals sideline. You can't choose a bad seat in 109, it's literally impossible. This was my first time sitting midfield so I was happy sitting in row 28; really close to the concessions too.
I think best of all though, this side of the stadium always receives the most shade. Half of the Bengals home games every year seemed to be played in 70 degree weather where Bengals fans can still get a sun burn.

Just outside of this section you'll find the Pigskin Pub which is a popular drinking place both before and during the game. I usually don't even go in there because it's packed shoulder to shoulder. It's a fun atmosphere for the folks that don't mind putting up with all of those people. Like most NFL stadiums, beers are outrageously priced but that's just part of the experience. Parking can be a problem downtown if you don't know the city well. The underground lot at Fountain Square has $15 parking but there are many spots on the KY side where you can find free street parking and will have just a short walk across the Purple People bridge over the Ohio River.
WHO DEY!
0 #1 John M 2013-08-20 18:08
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 109, here is a Youtube video shot from there during a Bengals/Buffalo Bills game at Paul Brown Stadium.

www.youtube.com/.../

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