Seat view from section 111 at Raymond James Stadium, home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers


#2 Tony K. 2013-11-20 05:02
Great seats! Maybe the best in the entire stadium in terms of proximity to the action and the view offered to fans. We were seated behind the Buccs sideline which was a treat but sitting midfield gives you a centered view of the entire length of the field. I had seat 24 on the aisle (row S), and every row is identical so there are 24 seats in each row. We were able to easily get to these seats by entering through Gate A on the west side of the stadium. You can also get there via Gate D. They're right on the 50 yard line so you just have to take a look at the field to know where you're going. There are signs everywhere for each section.
This is one of those stadiums where fans go there just to see the stadium even though the product on the field may not be all that great. It's the NFL's equivalent of Pittsburgh's PNC Park (Pirates baseball). The Pirate Ship is obviously the most well known feature but the cannons shooting off and the Jolly Roger flags being raised throughout the stadium is just as cool. They also even have Palm Trees inside the stadium. If you called this the NFL's most beautiful stadium, I wouldn't argue with you. However, it lacks a team store for fans to purchase Buccs merchandise which I found to be odd. They also don't have game programs, instead you often have to purchase the local paper for the roster cards. I would expect this kind of thing out of a small college football program but not the big boys.
#1 John M 2012-09-29 22:46
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 111, here is a Youtube video shot from there before a Buccaneers/New Orleans Saints game at Raymond James Stadium.

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