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    Re: Vikings single-game tickets to go on sale July 9

    If you get a seat behind the players bench, how many rows up do you need to be to see the field well?
    I have a shot at a couple of seats in 109 but want to be able to see the game.
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    Re: Vikings single-game tickets to go on sale July 9

    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    If you get a seat behind the players bench, how many rows up do you need to be to see the field well?
    I have a shot at a couple of seats in 109 but want to be able to see the game.
    This is section 106 about row 14

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    Re: Vikings single-game tickets to go on sale July 9

    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    If you get a seat behind the players bench, how many rows up do you need to be to see the field well?
    I have a shot at a couple of seats in 109 but want to be able to see the game.
    I know I am probably in the minority here, but I personally don't like the views from any of the seats in the lower level.
    I prefer low row second level or high row lower level for the best views of the game.
    If I was going to go lower row lower level, I would want to be in the endzone.
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    Re: Vikings single-game tickets to go on sale July 9

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    If you get a seat behind the players bench, how many rows up do you need to be to see the field well?
    I have a shot at a couple of seats in 109 but want to be able to see the game.
    I know I am probably in the minority here, but I personally don't like the views from any of the seats in the lower level.
    I prefer low row second level or high row lower level for the best views of the game.
    If I was going to go lower row lower level, I would want to be in the endzone.
    I know from when I sat with my buddy in the lower end-zone back in 2005, that is was frigging awesome when the action was in front of you and horrendous when it hit about the 40 and then on down towards the other end-zone.

    I, like you, prefer the upper deck.
    I can see the whole field and all the action.

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    Re: Vikings single-game tickets to go on sale July 9

    "Zeus" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    If you get a seat behind the players bench, how many rows up do you need to be to see the field well?
    I have a shot at a couple of seats in 109 but want to be able to see the game.
    I know I am probably in the minority here, but I personally don't like the views from any of the seats in the lower level.
    I prefer low row second level or high row lower level for the best views of the game.
    If I was going to go lower row lower level, I would want to be in the endzone.
    I know from when I sat with my buddy in the lower end-zone back in 2005, that is was frigging awesome when the action was in front of you and horrendous when it hit about the 40 and then on down towards the other end-zone.

    I, like you, prefer the upper deck.
    I can see the whole field and all the action.

    =Z=
    This will date me a bit;eg. ancient!

    They had a special edition MNF game at the dome on a Thursday night.

    Dandy Don, Howie Cosell, and Frank Gifford were in the booth.

    Joe Montana was on the field.

    I was in the end zone about 12 rows up. The majority of the game was played on the opposite end of the field. The one time Joe drove them down to our end, the quarter ended and they went back down to the other end.

    From low in the endzone a twenty yard gain looks about the same as a twenty yard loss if they are past the middle of the field.

    Montana killed the Vikes with short outs and west coast style offense. The game was over by the end of the first quarter. So was my voice!

    But I got to see one of the best to play qb and had a great time.

    But I don't like the endzone seats anymore.

    I also prefer the upper deck if you can get close to the front.

    I think I might try these seats behind the team just once in my life to see how they are.Should be cool to see how the coaches and players interact up close.
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    Re: Vikings single-game tickets to go on sale July 9

    Dang, I gotta start watching Ebay for gems, maybe even I could afford tickets, thanks Nodak.

    Anybody wanna spot me a few hundred.
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    Re: Vikings single-game tickets to go on sale July 9

    "Zeus" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    If you get a seat behind the players bench, how many rows up do you need to be to see the field well?
    I have a shot at a couple of seats in 109 but want to be able to see the game.
    I know I am probably in the minority here, but I personally don't like the views from any of the seats in the lower level.
    I prefer low row second level or high row lower level for the best views of the game.
    If I was going to go lower row lower level, I would want to be in the endzone.
    I know from when I sat with my buddy in the lower end-zone back in 2005, that is was frigging awesome when the action was in front of you and horrendous when it hit about the 40 and then on down towards the other end-zone.
    I, like you, prefer the upper deck.
    I can see the whole field and all the action.

    =Z=
    You got that right! I sat in row 1 of the endzone & it's great if the majority of the game is played on that half of the field. When it's not, you spend more time watching the megatron. Most of the scoring I saw was by the Giants in that endzone.

    I've also sat in row 2 on the 50 behind the players bench. The biggest thing you lose with lower level front rows is depth perception. The field seems very narrow on the sidelines & you can't see plays develop.

    If your going for section 109 seats, be half way or more back for a great view.

    My preference would be row 1 of the second level anywhere between the 40's.

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    Re: Vikings single-game tickets to go on sale July 9

    "singersp" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    If you get a seat behind the players bench, how many rows up do you need to be to see the field well?
    I have a shot at a couple of seats in 109 but want to be able to see the game.
    I know I am probably in the minority here, but I personally don't like the views from any of the seats in the lower level.
    I prefer low row second level or high row lower level for the best views of the game.
    If I was going to go lower row lower level, I would want to be in the endzone.
    I know from when I sat with my buddy in the lower end-zone back in 2005, that is was frigging awesome when the action was in front of you and horrendous when it hit about the 40 and then on down towards the other end-zone.
    I, like you, prefer the upper deck.
    I can see the whole field and all the action.

    =Z=
    You got that right! I sat in row 1 of the endzone & it's great if the majority of the game is played on that half of the field. When it's not, you spend more time watching the megatron. Most of the scoring I saw was by the Giants in that endzone.

    I've also sat in row 2 on the 50 behind the players bench. The biggest thing you lose with lower level front rows is depth perception. The field seems very narrow on the sidelines & you can't see plays develop.

    If your going for section 109 seats, be half way or more back for a great view.

    My preference would be row 1 of the second level anywhere between the 40's.

    Skol's got some great sets up in that kneck of the woods.
    I think they are row 23 or 29 in section 109. Thank you for the advice.

    I'm looking forward to meeting you and some of the other greats from ppo.

    do we have a new tailgate site yet?
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    Re: Vikings single-game tickets to go on sale July 9

    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    If you get a seat behind the players bench, how many rows up do you need to be to see the field well?
    I have a shot at a couple of seats in 109 but want to be able to see the game.
    I know I am probably in the minority here, but I personally don't like the views from any of the seats in the lower level.
    I prefer low row second level or high row lower level for the best views of the game.
    If I was going to go lower row lower level, I would want to be in the endzone.
    I know from when I sat with my buddy in the lower end-zone back in 2005, that is was frigging awesome when the action was in front of you and horrendous when it hit about the 40 and then on down towards the other end-zone.
    I, like you, prefer the upper deck.
    I can see the whole field and all the action.

    =Z=
    You got that right! I sat in row 1 of the endzone & it's great if the majority of the game is played on that half of the field. When it's not, you spend more time watching the megatron. Most of the scoring I saw was by the Giants in that endzone.

    I've also sat in row 2 on the 50 behind the players bench. The biggest thing you lose with lower level front rows is depth perception. The field seems very narrow on the sidelines & you can't see plays develop.

    If your going for section 109 seats, be half way or more back for a great view.

    My preference would be row 1 of the second level anywhere between the 40's.

    Skol's got some great sets up in that kneck of the woods.
    I think they are row 23 or 29 in section 109. Thank you for the advice.

    I'm looking forward to meeting you and some of the other greats from ppo.

    do we have a new tailgate site yet?
    If they don't come up with one soon we'll just have to crash in on Webby's, Shock's, Zeus', Skol's, Neph's or WBL's place.

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    Re: Vikings single-game tickets to go on sale July 9

    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    If you get a seat behind the players bench, how many rows up do you need to be to see the field well?
    I have a shot at a couple of seats in 109 but want to be able to see the game.
    Once you get above row 20 you should be ok.
    The real problem sitting behind the players bench is when you are to low (I have been in row 2 at the 45) you cannot see over the players when a play happens on that sideline.

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