Seat view from section 150 at Paul Brown Stadium, home of the Cincinnati Bengals


#3 Jon 2013-12-23 07:52
Purchased seats in 150, row 11, seats 3 and 4 which were right next to the aisle seats. We bought our tickets from 333 Seat, $100 for two vs. the Minnesota Vikings; an outstanding deal on tickets. 333 Seat has their offices across the street from the stadium so you can purchase online and slide into the office for free pickup on your way down to the stadium. Couldn't have been easier and they have a great staff.
The view is solid, very close to the field. The Bengals were winning by so much that by the 4th quarter, many fans had left so we moved down to the first row. Let me tell you, the difference between sitting in the first row and the 11th row is SIGNIFICANT! Row 1 was where I would want my season tickets to be if I lived in Cincinnati full time.
The space between each seat is also very small but the rows are easy to get in and out of so the leg room was no problem.
Don't expect much in terms of concessions and food variety near these seats though. All they had was Stella and Bud Light with nachos, hot dogs, etc and the beers were $9.
#2 Darrin 2010-11-13 19:27
I sat in row 9, seat 17 on September 27th, 2009 when the Pittsburgh Steelers came to Cincinnati. I felt very cramped in this section, maybe because it was in the corner. The jumbotron in opposite field is right in front of you, a plus. Close to the field, but feels like you are 20 rows up. I guess this is all perception. In the center or sides of the endzones are the best seats as far as endzone seating. Not the corners. I paid $160 for two tickets to this game, face value in 2009 was $69.00 for these seats. Expect to pay $7 or $8 dollars for a beer and expect a long hike to the bathroom and concessions from these seats. Lines for bathrooms and concessions on the 1st level of Paul Brown Stadium are very long.
#1 Brian Frey 2010-11-07 23:44
Great section right in the corner of the endzone great for action in the south endzone, and the bigscreen for action on the other side of the field is right in front of you.

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