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0 #3 Christian 2013-08-22 05:41
This is a giant section. The closer you sit to the field, the further you will have to travel to reach the concourse area which is open aired behind these seats. You can easily reach these seats from Gate E on the back end of the stadium; you'll have to walk around the property to find it but there will be less of a wait getting through security during the pat down process.
I would sit here again, had no complaints. A lot of fans don't like the end zone seats but they seem to offer more reasonably priced tickets for Bengals games.
Seats can be a little cramped in the end zone since the rows are so narrow, not going to lie, but fans here stand most of the game anyway so you probably won't even notice. Every seat has a cup holder too which came in extra handy for the four or five beers I consumed. (Give or take). :P
0 #2 John M 2013-08-20 06:38
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 154, here is a Youtube video shot from there during a Bengals/Baltimore Ravens game at Paul Brown Stadium.

www.youtube.com/.../
0 #1 Colin 2012-07-16 18:08
One of the best sections there are in the south endzone although you should be careful because you could possibly end up with seats behind the uprights like I did for the Wildcard game against the Jets.
There are almost 60 rows in this section, so the lower you sit, the longer it will take you to get to the bathrooms and concessions.
The jumbotron is behind you which does suck to have to turn around, although there is a smaller one in the opposite endzone.

The tunnel the Bengals run out of is to your immediate left which is cool. These are great seats, just don't get too high up because you won't be able to see the plays that happen in the back of the endzone.

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