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Mercedes-Benz Stadium will play host to the SEC Football Championship Game for the fourth straight year in 2020, and the game will be held on Saturday, December 19th. It’s arguably the biggest football game that occurs below the the Mason-Dixon line each year, and our detailed SEC Championship Seating Chart has all the angles covered. We’ll […]The post SEC Football Championship Seating Chart | Mercedes-Benz Stadium first appeared on TickPick's Blog - News From Around The Live Event Industry. Read More →
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Merdedez-Benz Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Atlanta, GA that primarily serves as a host of the NFL's Atlanta Falcons and the Atlanta United of the MLS. The stadium had its construction finished in 2017 and will serve as host to the College Football Playoff Championship on January 8th, 2018 and then Super Bowl LIII on February 3rd, 2019. Its crowd capacity is 71,000 but can expand to 75,000 for major events such as the Super Bowl.
"We arrived at 6 Pm for a Thursday Night Football game. We got in pretty quickly and walked around a little while. The stadium is beautiful and the staff is very friendly. The amenities are everywhere and the view of the field is great at the bars as well as the seats. The screen around the dome is unbelievable and a pleasure to watch to see any action you may have missed on the field.We sat in section 127C which means access to the field level Delta 360 Club which is a several thousand square foot club with huge bars and seating to eat in drink. There are several choices of what to eat from BBQ to Donuts. This place has it all with no lines no waiting for anything. To top it all off you can stand on the field about 15 feet away from the players bench and watch the action close up. One of the best fan experiences of my life. Its worth doing at least once in your life."
Fortunately for Falcons fans, there are numerous solid parking options around the stadium to make the experience getting to and from the stadium as painless as possible. Some of the closest lots the public may want to look for are the Mercedes-Benz and Mercedes-Benz public lots and Levy Lot, all of which are located within .1 miles from the stadium. The Red and Silver Deck Lots and CUMC Lot are also within .1 miles of the stadium, but do not allow for tailgating.
Mercedes-Benz Stadium has an extremely affordable price point for many common food and beverage items that make it perhaps the best venue at which to attend an event if you're bringing the family. Their "Feed 4 for $28" deal includes the following: $2 Non-alcoholic beverages with unlimited free refills (at freestanding refill stations). $2 :Dasani bottled water, hot dogs, pretzels, popcorn. $3: Peanuts, pizza, nachos, waffle fries. $5: 12oz. domestic beer.
While the Club seats probably offer the best views and amenities of any seats in the stadium, if you're looking for a more affordable option, we'd advise anything in the sections to the left or right of the clubs, such as 235 and 239 in the 200-level, or sections over midfield like 311 and 312. Note that if you're in the upper sections, you'll want to be among the first few rows so as to have a good view that isn't too far from the field.
The Atlanta Falcons bench is located in front of the club sections C108-C112, while the visitor's bench is in front of the club sections C126-C130.
Mercedes-Benz Stadium offers a number of club and suite options for fans looking to pay up to receive a luxury experience and amenities. There are 7,500 club seats that provide some of the best views in the entire stadium and also allow access to over 100,000 square feet of climate-controlled club and premium areas. Club seating can be found along the Falcons sideline in sections (indicated by the letter "C") C108-C112, C210-C212, and along the visitor's sideline in C126-C130, and C236-C238.
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