Seat view from section 107 at CenturyLink Field, home of the Seattle Seahawks


#1 Francis 2012-09-12 04:05
You'll love these seats if you want to get close to the field but not if you have a low tolerance for loud noises. Seahawks fans are as rabid as any.
107 and the other lower level sections' entrances are at the very top of the stairs so when you enter the section, you'll be walking down to your seats and then up again to get to the concourse. The steps aren't steep at all.

You will want to venture to the concessions at odd times when the football has stopped. Never go during halftime or after a quarter because there is a good chance you could miss some of the game waiting in line. You will have paid too much money for your tickets to be missing any of the game.

Gridiron Grill sits outside of 107. There are no recognizable concession names at Centurylink like a Papa John's or a Tim Horton's; they're all original concessions and I think they're provided on the behalf of Levy Restaurants.

You won't be able to escape the snowy or rainy conditions with seats on the lower level but you will be able to somewhat the higher you sit on the upper level. When buying tickets to Seahawks games, you should purchase your tickets according to your preference and budget. If you hate the upper levels, save up some more money and buy some decent seats in the 100s.

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