What makes a particular seat in the stadium better or worse (beyond the obvious)

Submitted by IUandUofM on March 28th, 2010 at 11:11 AM

Beyond the obvious the sideline seating is better than end-zone seating, I was interested in what people considered good seats.

Per the Victor's Club site (below), preferred seats require donations from the end zone at $50 per seat per year to the 35 to 50 yard line "Victors" area at $500 per seat per year.


There is not distinction to how high up one is. This is where I thought about what I would rather have (assuming I could chose). What is the equivalent to lets say:

- 1st row end zone ... would that be better than way up the bowl in "Blue" zone?
- 1st row 5-yard line or way up the bowl on the 20 or 30?
- What is better than the worst row 50 yard line (excluding better seats on the 50-yard line)?
- Then lastly, how do you consider the club seating ... when are they better (or maybe people think they are always better or never better).