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  1. Marshy

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    Hey guys, first of what a great win last night, i'm still pumped.
    Over here the game didn't finish untill around 4:30am, but it was worth it to see the look on LTs face! (Well from behind his visor :rolleyes:)

    Alright, i'm going over to the states to see the Jets@Pats game on December 16th. I couldn't have picked a better game in light of all this!

    I've got 'standing area' tickets, how do these work? What is the view like, where abouts are they? If anyone has any pictures of the view, or tips i'd be grateful.
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    I went to the Chicago game last year, and we had standing room tickets. I thought they were awesome, and was glad I bought those as opposed to the high-level seats. We stood in right behind the last row of seats in the end zone, in front of the scoreboard, on the lighthouse side. My view is below. I would recommend standing by the aisle. Also, if you stand on the bridge, you're too far back and have partially obstructed view. I don't know what the view is like from the area where the banners are.

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    From what i've seen the Banner area doesn't look great, but other opinions from guys who've been would be great.
    That view in the photo looks great, i'll see if i can get there!
    How early do you need to get your place if you want the best view? :)
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