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I would like to introduce to you, this is the cheapest row of seats on the Santiago Bernabeu stadium

I would like to introduce to you, this is the cheapest row of seats on the Santiago Bernabeu stadium

I would like to introduce to you, this is the cheapest row of seats on the Santiago Bernabeu stadium

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  1. in milwaukee you can buy “Ueker seats” at Brewer gamrs for $1. All the way up top, back row, behind some pillars. everyone just walks around and tries to find better empties, its all about the tailgating anyway.

  2. Reminds me of when I saw the 76ers in Philly.

    It was spur of the moment because I was there with a free evening. I didn’t fancy spending a lot and found some tickets that were **substantially cheaper** than the rest.

    Anyway, I asked the stewards where it was and like 4 or 5 of them didn’t know. In the end they found a senior one who basically said *”oh wow, I can’t believe they actually put these seats up for sale”*

    She led me to an elevator, we went up seemingly forever until we ended up in the media zone. She led us through past some TV studios and commentator boxes into a small corridor with some fold out seats in it.

    Through the windows on one side of this corridor you could just about see the court with the players the size of ants.

  3. What is that thing? It almost looks like it has wires/ropes and a pulley system. can it be raised so that you could see? (though, even if that thing was moved, you’d only get a bit more view, since the wall would still block the other side of the field)

  4. I saw a game in portland once and there are several pillars that block views there. Not as bad as this though.

  5. When they built Citi Field, a friend’s company had corporate tickets to at we could often take advantage of. The Mets sucked at this time, so the tickets were always available. Anyway, the tickets were on the lower level near the concourse that goes all around the stadium. But the way the new park was designed, the wall in the right-field foul territory, combined with the overhanging level above you, basically allowed a small window into actually being able to watch the game. So any time a fly ball was hit, you’d have to turn your head to the several TVs in the section so you could see how the actual play was unfolding.

    The cheaper seats the section above us actually had a better view of the game.

  6. Haha! I wonder what the policy is on moving seats when there are so many empty? Do they make you sit in your assigned seat?

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