Welcome to TickPick’s Carolina Panthers seating chart. Here we will cover everything you need to know, including Bank of America row and seat numbers, Carolina Panthers seat views, best seats, and where you can find the same Carolina Panthers seats at prices 10% cheaper than our leading competitor.
- 1 Bank of America Stadium Virtual Seating Chart with Rows
- 2 Carolina Panthers Seating Details: Seat Numbers
- 3 Where to Sit for the Carolina Panthers
- 4 Bank of America Stadium Review
- 5 Tailgating at Bank of America Stadium
- 6 Club Seats at Bank of America Stadium
- 7 How to Get Cheaper Carolina Panthers Tickets
Bank of America Stadium Virtual Seating Chart with Rows
(hover over section to see row numbers and seat views)
Note: Hover over the sections on our website or mobile app to see seat views and row numbers. This season, TickPick is providing fans with its new patented and interactive system that gives the user a full, 360-degree virtual in-seat view that they can utilize before picking their seats!
Carolina Panthers Seating Details: Seat Numbers
As in many other stadiums, Bank of America tries to carry a simple reoccurring theme regarding seat numbers and placement. In any given section at Bank of America Stadium, seat #1 will always be nearest the lower labeled section.
For example, the 1st seat in section 316 would be closest to seat 32 in section 315.
Where to Sit for the Carolina Panthers
First of all, as far as the NFL is concerned, the sideline you sit behind doesn’t really matter. In baseball, basketball, and hockey it changes your game experience much more than it does in football. When buying Carolina Panthers Tickets the best seats are going to be located near the 50 yard line (sections 126-137, 106-117). Another important thing to remember that closer isn’t necessarily better in the closest sections in the stadium. For any section in the 100’s sections your best bet is a seat behind row 10, to ensure you can see the full field at all times. Elsewhere at Bank of America Stadium, aim for the lowest row possible.
Bank of America Stadium Review
As many Panthers fans will say, there is not a bad seat in the house at Bank of America Stadium. The major complaint is that parking can be a pain, but BofA Stadium is within walking distance to many hotels and bars so driving isn’t always necessary. Finally, Bank of America Stadium has one of the highest restroom to fan ratios in the NFL, making for short, quick lines at the bathrooms around the stadium.
Tailgating at Bank of America Stadium
Parking on Bank of America Stadium property is limited and only available to seaon ticket holders, although passes can be purchased on the secondary market. Prices for parking garages and lots surrounding Bank of America Stadium range between $10-$40 depending on the distance from the stadium. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. always has rowdy Panthers fans tailgating before home games. The Growler is Charlotte’s only block party-style tailgate party open to the public before each Panthers home game with live bands, food and drink (located at the corner of 4th and Graham Streets).
Club Seats at Bank of America Stadium
The Club Seats at Bank of America Stadium are located in sections 308-323 and 336-351. All club level patrons will have access to eight fully furnished lounges which include HDTV’s and premium food and beverage options. The sight-lines from the club level are also some of the best at Bank of America Stadium.
How to Get Cheaper Carolina Panthers Tickets
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