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scafuri27 07-12-2008 11:57 AM

Fed Ex field seating
 
Just a general question on the lower sections of Fed Ex field. I last went to a game in 05 and sat in section 134. I got the tickets through Stub Hub for 90 bucks per, and I see those are starting around 150 now.

Are sections 200 directly in access with sections 100, under the same stair case? Or are the 200 sections set aside in a club seating, or their own box format.

What section would be a bargain, Im fronting the money to come down with a group from Western Mass, which runs about once every 3 years. Just looking for some input.

Thanks for your help.

Warpath 07-12-2008 04:32 PM

Re: Fed Ex field seating
 
[IMG]http://www.redskins.com/images/tickets/stadiumMap-sm.jpg[/IMG]

First off I own seats in 129 and they are 99 a piece for cost and thats not including taxes, parking, etc. thats what the ticket reads. Stubhub will charge more than cost for tickets.
If you look at the stadium in the picture, there is a break in the 100s and 200s. In most cases you still go through the same tunnel, but the 100s you walk down into and the 200s you turn around and walk up stairs. The club level is above this inbetween the lower level and the upper level (400s) The club level has its own entrance and costs alot more than anywhere else in the stadium other than the luxury boxes.
Bargains IMO hard to find at the stadium especially before the season starts when optimism is high. If you dont mind sitting behind a concrete post or limited view I would suggest Obstructed View Seats although I would never sit in them. They are cheap but you can only see half the field in many cases, but they do provide monitors and they are under cover if the weather is bad.
Upper level is definitely the cheapest because its way up there. If you could find lowers in the 100s or 200s for $100 a piece that would be optimal.
Hope the info helps.

scafuri27 07-13-2008 04:00 PM

Re: Fed Ex field seating
 
Excellent, many thanks. I will most likely run a bus trip and include the tickets with the fare. Sounds like seats in the 200's would be perfect. Much apreciated..I remember going down the stairs to sect 134, the seats were great I just could not recall the access to the 200's. I did have a great view of Clinton Portis throwing a TD pass to Chris Cooley in our victory over the Giants that day!

gibbsisgod 07-14-2008 09:58 AM

Re: Fed Ex field seating
 
I have only sat in the 100's or 200's so I don't know about the upper levels. Warpath had some good info for you but I might add that the 200 level is where most of the obstructed view seats are. You cant follow punts and deep passes from most of these seats (at least where mine were).

firstdown 07-14-2008 01:20 PM

Re: Fed Ex field seating
 
[quote=Warpath;456380][IMG]http://www.redskins.com/images/tickets/stadiumMap-sm.jpg[/IMG]

First off I own seats in 129 and they are 99 a piece for cost and thats not including taxes, parking, etc. thats what the ticket reads. Stubhub will charge more than cost for tickets.
If you look at the stadium in the picture, there is a break in the 100s and 200s. In most cases you still go through the same tunnel, but the 100s you walk down into and the 200s you turn around and walk up stairs. The club level is above this inbetween the lower level and the upper level (400s) The club level has its own entrance and costs alot more than anywhere else in the stadium other than the luxury boxes.
Bargains IMO hard to find at the stadium especially before the season starts when optimism is high. If you dont mind sitting behind a concrete post or limited view I would suggest Obstructed View Seats although I would never sit in them. They are cheap but you can only see half the field in many cases, but they do provide monitors and they are under cover if the weather is bad.
Upper level is definitely the cheapest because its way up there. If you could find lowers in the 100s or 200s for $100 a piece that would be optimal.
Hope the info helps.[/quote]
Thats all true except for this part of his post "Stubhub will charge more than the cost of the ticket). While that is mainly true Stubhub does not set the price of the tickets the seller of the ticket sets the price. I have sold tickets on stubhub and have done so at a loss just to move the Skins ticket and then Stubhub charges % for selling the ticket on their site. I have noticed that if you wait until the last minute you can get some good deals because the seller wants to get something for the tickets. That might not be the case if we are having a good year and the game takes on greater meaning.


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