Seat view from section 119 at Paul Brown Stadium, home of the Cincinnati Bengals


#2 Justin Burke 2010-11-12 04:32
I sat in row 37, seat 7 on December 28th, 2008 when the Bengals hosted the Kansas City Chiefs. Atmosphere was lousy, last game of the season, the two teams had combined wins of 5. These seats are underneath the second level canopy in fold-out chairs, kind of like the wheelchair section. I had no idea these seats were there. DO NOT SIT HERE. Feels cramped, view of the field is decent, but you are not close to the action whatsoever. Fortunately, since the stadium was not sold out we were able to move down to the 18th row. Face value for these seats in 2008 was $69, please do not pay that. I paid $70 for two tickets. Only advantage is that you are practically right at the concessions and bathrooms, but expect a long wait on the first level.
#1 Langley 2010-11-12 04:18
I sat in row 18, seat 17 on December 31st, 2006 when the Bengals played the Steelers. Face value for these seats were $60.00, but I want to say that I may have payed in the $100 range. Seats are directly above the visiting team tunnel, putting you up close and personal when the team enters and exits the field. View of the field is great from the corner, only disadvantage is when play is on the opposite side of the field. I would certainly sit here again and really enjoyed the game even though the Steelers knocked the Bengals out of playoff contention.

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