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Welcome to TickPick’s New Orleans Saints seating chart. Here we will cover everything you need to know before purchasing tickets, including Mercedes-Benz Superdome row and seat numbers, Saints seat views, best seats, and where you can find the same New Orleans Saints seats at prices 10% cheaper than our leading competitor. New Orleans Saints Virtual […]Read More →
The matchup for the 2020 College Football Playoff Championship at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans is finally set. The 1-seed LSU Tigers advanced via a 63-28 drubbing of the Oklahoma Sooners, and they’re set to face the 3-seed and only other remaining undefeated team, the Clemson Tigers, who are coming off of a thrilling […]Read More →
The Allstate Sugar Bowl will be hosted once again in 2020 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. This major bowl that is one of the New Year’s Six will take place on Wednesday, January 1st, and will feature two fantastic teams in the 5th-ranked Georgia Bulldogs and the 7th-ranked Baylor Bears. Below you […]Read More →
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The Superdome seating configuration follows a simple pattern when it comes to seat numbers. The lower seat numbers are always closer to the section next to it with a lower section number, and vice versa. For example, seat 1 in section 142 is on the aisle next to section 141, and seat number 22 in section 142 is on the aisle next to section 143. Note other sections in the 100s such as 144, 145, 111, 112, 116, 117, 139 and 140 have 24 seats per a row.
The New Orleans Saints bench is located in front of sections 141-143, while the visitor's bench is stationed in front of sections 113-115.
There are plenty of parking options around the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Aside from the Superdome-owned lots, there are over 20 open-surface lots and/or garages that are within a mere few blocks from the stadium. There are multiple options that are within a five minute walk on S Rampart St. as well as countless others that provide cheaper parking and a walk of no more than 10 minutes.
If you are a frequent attendee for New Orleans Saints games, then you would know that sitting within the first couple of rows at the new Superdome would be one of the worst choices you can make. Although the first couple rows are typically considered the best seats, these seats will leave your wallet feeling empty and your eyes craving an unobstructed view. The face value of every row in the Plaza Club Sideline seats is the same, doesn't that sound weird? Row 1 or row 36 on the 50 yard line is the same price. That's because the higher up you are (in the 100s sideline seats) the better overall seat view you are going to have to watch the Saints play.
The Mercedes-Benz Superdome is a multipurpose domed stadium that opened back in 1975 and serves as the home of the NFL's New Orleans Saints. It also routinely hosts other major events such as college football's Sugar Bowl every year and NCAA's Final Four and the Super Bowl on as regular a basis as any other major stadium in the country. It has a listed football seating capacity of well over 76,000 that allow fans from all over to secure tickets to catch events here in person and is a fantastic place to catch a game in person while in NOLA.
"1) It's HUUUUUUUGE!!! I've been to a decent number of arenas in my day and I dare say that the Superdome is the largest one that I've ever been to. It's massive and can hold a ton of people! 2. There's seriously NO OBSTRUCTIONS here! I could hardly believe it. Very well done. 3. Sound Quality is good. I was here for the Essence Festival and even though I was up almost in the rafters (the 640s), the sound quality was great over all. 4. Comfortable seats. I was pretty pleased with the amount of leg room and seat cushions there. The leg room could have been a bit better, but I have long legs so I'm used to a bit of discomfort at arenas. le sigh. 5. There are lots of screens around the arena to help people in the nosebleeds see the action happening on stage."
The best seats at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome are located in the lower level sections closest to midfield like 113-115 and 141-143 above row 10. Sitting above row 10 will give you the necessary height to view the action from all corners of the field. You should also use TickPick's Score Report to ensure you are getting the best deal!
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