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0 #2 Paul 2013-08-22 04:20
Even though this place takes up a lot of prime and precious riverfront real estate and is only operating a handful of days each year, I still love my Bengals and coming to Paul Brown a few times during the fall. Of the 5 NFL stadiums I've been to, I can say that it's pretty stellar.
Section 202. Not so stellar....
First things first, section 202 aren't club seats so you don't really get the nice sideline view and wide padded seats with a waiter that those fans get. Nor do you get access to the club lounge that is climate controlled.
What you do get is less of a wait at the bathrooms and concessions though and that's definitely worth noting.
There are a lot more rows in these seats than the club seats too which equals more stair climbing on the fans behalf. The entrance to this section was in the middle so if you want to climb down to your seats rather than up, buy your seats in the first ten rows.
The leg room was on par with what you'll find on the bottom level, not a ton of room but also not cramped. Tickets will usually be $100+ per ticket on websites like stubhub or at local broker 333 Seat. Sorry, but I can't say I would pay that again for these seats. Your money would be better spent sitting in either end zone on the first level.
If you've never been to Cincinnati, you should make a trip one weekend while the Bengals have a home game. There's a lot more to do than you think.
0 #1 John M 2013-08-20 19:02
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 202, here is a Youtube video shot from there during a Bengals game at Paul Brown Stadium.

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