Seat view from section 109 at Arrowhead Stadium, home of the Kansas City Chiefs

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0 #2 Scott Waxman 2013-08-28 06:20
These seats are end zone seats so if you've ever sat in the end zone of an NFL stadium, your experience here likely won't be any different. Thank goodness for the two scoreboards in either end zone and thank goodness they weren't completely covered in advertisements.
Section 109 is really a "Catch 22". It has just as many negatives as it does positives. The end zone seats sit much closer to the field than the seats along the sideline. And when either team is about to score, you're in prime location to see it all unfold. But the further the ball advances from these seats, the more you're out of the loop. You can also expect to have your run of the mill drunken idiots in this section "Tomahawk Chopping" away the entire game while cursing at the referees. I definitely wouldn't allow my children to sit in this section but I also understand that some fans may resort to these seats because they're the cheapest on the lower level. But that should also tell you something. You always get what you pay for at games, no matter who you're watching play.

For an NFL stadium, Arrowhead is one of the least accessible venues in sports.
-No light rail.
-Parking is $27.
-Kincaid Coach Park and ride is $18 per person.
-No bars or restaurants nearby.
-Miles away from downtown KC.

The KC Royals are in the same boat. Their stadium is next door but parking is much cheaper for those games.
+1 #1 John M 2013-08-27 23:13
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 109, here is a Youtube video shot from there before a Chiefs game at Arrowhead Stadium.

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