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0 #3 James Aziz 2013-09-03 02:28
The stadium itself is pretty cool. I sat in one of the club sections (C7) for the Pats-49ers game last year, and the seats were perfect (15 or 20 yard line, depending on where your seat is). Padded seats... leather, wide leg space, wide elbow space, cup holders, attentive staff that showed us to our seats. The Putnam Club is awesome but definitely caters to the upper middle class crowd so don't expect the drunken and rowdy fans from the Southie Projects.

I just don't get why this place is located in the boondocks, and the fact that it's surrounded by a virtual shopping mall but they should have found a spot closer to downtown Boston. I think they wanted a venue that was more central to all of New England like Providence, Vermont, Maine, etc.
The club seats were a nice luxury, and it was nice to have access to a lounge where we could hang out at halftime and warm up. I can only imagine the drecky Patriots fans hanging out in there during a snow delay.
0 #2 John M 2013-09-01 20:27
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from Club 7, here is a Youtube video shot from there during a Patriots/Baltimore Ravens game at Gillette Stadium.

www.youtube.com/.../
0 #1 Nicole 2012-09-15 04:34
The club seats are great for the wives that enjoy coming to games but don't know a ton about football. You can relax in the stadium's most comfortable seating and not have to worry about sitting with the masses for once.

207 had a lot of seats in it for a club section. All of the club seats are centrally located along the second level. Any seat painted blue on the second level is just a regular seat. These are big money makers for Mr. Kraft and one look at all of the amenities and you can see what people are paying for. The view is great, the food is great and the stadium staff is great. A+ for 207.

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