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0 #2 Jess 2014-01-26 04:19
I've always been a fanatical Chicago Bears fan being from Illinois but moved to Indianapolis about ten years ago. On Sundays, I am a Bears fan disguised as a Colts fan. I get away with it. I call the Colts my AFC team and the Bears my NFC team.
Anyway, section 141, row 20 was where I sat for the Oakland Raiders game this year. It was the 2013 home opener. You get to sit behind the Colts players while they stand on the sidelines if you purchase seats here. That should be reason enough to convince most fans, right? Most tickets will run $200+ per seat almost every home game, no matter which seat you choose in this section View is perfect from row 20, somewhat close to the field but you have a much better perspective than the fans seated in the nearest rows and are just a few steps away from the concourse. I didn't miss any bit of the game because I was able to make it back to my seats from the restrooms or concessions so quickly. Restrooms are much more abundant than the old RCA Dome. The concessions are average here, Centerplate does the concessions and they host a few brands you'd probably be familiar with like Papa John's and Upland Brewery. The Eisenberg Angus Hot Dogs are out of this world, you should try one if you've never had one but anticipate paying typical stadium prices for almost any item you buy at the stadium.

Finally, I love the all blue color scheme all of the seats have. It's a giant Sea of Blue and when the fans file in come game time, the Colts always seem to have a home field advantage.
0 #1 John M 2013-09-15 05:35
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 141, here is a Youtube video shot from there during a Colts/New England Patriots game at Lucas Oil Stadium.

www.youtube.com/.../

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