#2 Warren 2013-09-02 07:24
These are outstanding seats. No way you could find a section that gives a better sight line than "Club 31". We were right on the 50 and above the Dolphins sideline (Pats won big time). All of 31's bright red seats will be wide and padded with more leg space than any other seats in the stadium. The club lounge will allow you to warm up at halftime or before the game while every other fan has to endure the elements. The layout of Gillette allows for snow and rain to set in really well so even in October, you'll want to dress warm with 2+ layers.

For Putnam Club ticket holders, there will be escalators on the East and West side of the stadium for fans to use. If you're sitting in 31, you'll want to use the West escalators.
The best entrance will be through the Bank of America entrance on the northwest side of the stadium.

Parking is $40 which is outrageous but it's that much because they kind of know fans don't have many other options. The stadium is right off of Route 1 and there are some residences nearby that may rent you their yard but you have to search for them. If you're coming from Boston or Providence, you may try taking the commuter rail. It's $15 roundtrip per person. (Gillette is miles from downtown Boston).

Overall, I think fans will enjoy the Patriots experience no matter where they sit but the Putnam Club is a first class way to watch a Patriots game!
#1 John M 2013-09-01 06:53
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 231, here is a Youtube video shot from there before a Patriots/Jacksonvill e Jaguars game at Gillette Stadium.

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