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Old 24.01.2010, 12:08 PM
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For Saints v Chargers I went for: Level 5. 1st row. 50yards line.
For Pats v Bucs I went for: Premium CW 40yards line.

Now for Broncos v 49ers I want to go for Level 1 sidelines, because they're quite cheap.
But I have some questions:

1) Last year Level 1 sidelines was about £95, I'm guessing they'll be similar this year (as in under 100)?
2) I hear how Level 1 is really shallow. Should I aim for last row or first row?
3) Some seats will be closed off. What's usually the first row? around 15-17?
4) On that same note, what is the last row? 40~something?

5) For those of you who've tried Premium CW and Level 5 seats, how does Level 1 sideline compare? And why would you recommend Level 1?


(and for those of you who will reply "there are no bad seats in Wembley" I hear you. Just wanted to get some info)

Thanks!
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Old 24.01.2010, 12:53 PM
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For Saints v Chargers I went for: Level 5. 1st row. 50yards line.
For Pats v Bucs I went for: Premium CW 40yards line.

Now for Broncos v 49ers I want to go for Level 1 sidelines, because they're quite cheap.
But I have some questions:

1) Last year Level 1 sidelines was about £95, I'm guessing they'll be similar this year (as in under 100)?
2) I hear how Level 1 is really shallow. Should I aim for last row or first row?
3) Some seats will be closed off. What's usually the first row? around 15-17?
4) On that same note, what is the last row? 40~something?

5) For those of you who've tried Premium CW and Level 5 seats, how does Level 1 sideline compare? And why would you recommend Level 1?


(and for those of you who will reply "there are no bad seats in Wembley" I hear you. Just wanted to get some info)

Thanks!
I was there last year. They were great seats, very impressive, but I would have liked being either a little further forward, or a little further up. I was sat just as you got in the under cover bit, and that took a little away from it for me. I liked when I was in the endzone sats, when it was all open and you got the full view of wembley and the full atmosphere. Saying that, it was a great view, and being a little further forward would have been ideal. If you can afford it, try and go for it. I was in row 42 last year, out of what must have been 45. So try and get 37 maybe?
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Old 24.01.2010, 12:57 PM
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I have had seats in block 124 and 125, rows 31 and 30.Brilliant seats and will hopefully get some in the same area this year. To be honest that is the 20 yard line, and the view is great.



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Old 24.01.2010, 05:29 PM
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Last year I was in Block 120 row 14 (4 from the front) at the 10 yard line.
I was disappointed with the view, it was too low down and most of the action happened at the other end of the field. The action that did take place at our end was obscured by the linemen.

In 2008, I was at the 50 yard line in level 5 at the back (row 39) and could see the receivers routes develop. This year I'll go back to level 5 but hopefully a little bit closer.
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Old 24.01.2010, 06:03 PM
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We were in level behind the end zone in row 11 last year which was okay but most of the action was at the other end. In the end zones all rows are available but on the sidelines I think the first 10 rows were closed off. Going by the depth of the seats at the end I would go with the higher seats in Level 1 than the lower ones.
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Old 24.01.2010, 07:15 PM
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2008 I was level 5 block 551 row 23 - this year my friend wants to go down level 1 sideline.
What do you think is better? stay level 5 and be closer to the field or better choose level 1 corners..
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Old 24.01.2010, 08:53 PM
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2007 - CW 50Yd Line
2008 - CW Corner of the Endzone
2009 - Level One Endzone

Level one was fantastic, especially in the endzone, i was literally next to the tunnel where the players came out and i could go down to pitch level and was about 5 yards from Tom Brady and Co. at some instances - so had some great shots on the camera.

I am going to go Level One this season again, CW is great, undoudtedly the best views, service, etc, but just that feeling of being metres away from my heroes is something else.

I believe it is 11 rows that are cornered off and the last row is around 35-40.

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Old 25.01.2010, 11:56 AM
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2) I hear how Level 1 is really shallow. Should I aim for last row or first row?
In 2008 I was in Blk 123 Row 12 (second row from front) and although it was great to be on the 50 yard line I thought it was too close. In 2009 I was in Blk 120 Row 25 and thought being further back was better.

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3) Some seats will be closed off. What's usually the first row? around 15-17?
Sideline Rows 1-10 have been covered in the past so the first row has been Row 11.
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4) On that same note, what is the last row? 40~something?
I remember being in Level 1 Row 42 for a football match and there was someone behind me. In fact, it might have been just Row 43 behind me.
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Old 25.01.2010, 01:33 PM
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i have been in club wembley, and level 1 behind the goal and on the sideline and the best view/atmosphere was the level 1 sideline

club wembley you are too far away from things and the atmosphere aint the may west and behind the goal you have no idea of the yardage and poor view of the opposite end unless you are up in the upper level

but the sideline offers a great view of the match
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Old 26.01.2010, 06:05 AM
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Anyone an Idea how is the sight at the corners level 1?
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