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  1. Good guide for first timers. Including this tip: Hoping we see a blow-out this week!
  2. the noid

    Parking help

    Click on each of the lots on this page, to see the exit routes for after the game. You'll be able to see how to get back to 95 South, from each lot. The Wells-Fargo lots mostly have short paths to 95 South (once you inch your way from inside the lot.)
  3. After a game, there's a small chance to get some player interaction in the front-row of 102 (assuming they just won), from players on the bench looking to high-five fans. But your best shot for anything like an autograph is pre-game as the players come out for, and go back in from, warm-ups on the front rows of sections 106, 107, 108. That's where the Eagles' tunnel is. This guide might also be helpful to you, overall, as a first-timer.
  4. Look for seats in a row with a "W", like "Row 31W." Those are rows were there are moveable, folding seats for companions and spaces for wheelchairs. These are usually the last row of a section on the 100 level, and the 5th row of the loge sections, on the 200 level. This guide for attending a game also has a section that will be helpful: Handicap/Disabilities: Guest services booths (121, 136, 206, 226) offer accommodations for fans with disabilities, like braille game guides and listening devices. There are also accessible drop-off points and seating access throughout the stadium. Find all that info here.
  5. I'll be updating this game guide after the Ravens preseason game tomorrow, but most of the info is the same and has some tips for first timers (get your certificate!) and for tailgates. A couple insider tips I'll be adding, that you'd probably be interested in: The Lombardi Trophy is usually on display on game days, but it's tucked away in the back corner of the Headhouse Plaza and many fans don't even notice. At the Titans game last week I never saw more than 3 or 4 people notice it at a time, for the 20 minutes or so I was near there. To find it, go to the big Miller Lite tent that's on the right side (if you're facing the stadium) of the Headhouse Plaza. While facing that tent, the trophy in on display all the way to the left. In the stadium, find section M12. You can get there by going up steps (or the ramps) from the lower level. Right on the concourse behind that section are two cool things to get your picture taken in front of: A huge (30-foot?) Lombardi Trophy and a Super Bowl XII display, both from the Super Bowl festivities in Minnesota. The "Philly Philly" statue in the Headhouse Plaza is very popular, and a must-do for a pic, but these two other photo ops are cool, as well. Have fun!
  6. the noid

    New Roof

    I'm not sure it's new in that they added roof. I think they just re-did the existing roof, and added some new signage that can now be seen from overhead.
  7. the noid

    Coming from France

    I'll be updating this game guide after the Ravens preseason game next week, but most of the info is the same. A couple insider tips I'll be adding, that someone like you who may only be here once should know: The Lombardi Trophy is usually on display on game days, but it's tucked away in the back corner of the Headhouse Plaza and many fans don't even notice. At the Titans game last week I never saw more than 3 or 4 people notice it at a time, for the 20 minutes or so I was near there. To find it, go to the big Miller Lite tent that's on the right side (if you're facing the stadium) of the Headhouse Plaza. While facing that tent, the trophy in on display all the way to the left. In the stadium, find section M12. You can get there by going up steps (or the ramps) from the lower level. Right on the concourse behind that section are two cool things to get your picture taken in front of: A huge (30-foot?) Lombardi Trophy and a Super Bowl XII display, both from the Super Bowl festivities in Minnesota. The "Philly Philly" statue in the Headhouse Plaza is very popular, and a must-do for a pic, but these two other photo ops are cool, as well.
  8. Yup. Touched on it a few weeks ago in this thread. They moved to dynamic bar codes.
  9. the noid

    Amenities map?

    NE Terrace is the only place you'll find that convenient of a bathroom situation, outside of being in an individual suite. Even with Club Seats you have to go back into the club level lounge and walk to the restrooms. Otherwise, a men's or women's restroom is pretty much behind every other section. I'll look to add more specific restroom info when I update this game guide for 2019.
  10. They don't sell stubs, but sometimes they will have a table/booth in the Headhouse Plaza outside of the stadium offering free commemorative tickets, where they take your picture in front of a background or green screen and then put it on the commemorative ticket and print it out for you. You can also go to the ticket office anytime before the game (even weeks in advance) and ask to have your virtual ticket printed out. This is an option they have to offer, in case someone does not have access to a mobile device. The ticket you get is a generic one (no pictures or logos) with a bar code and the event details, like a regular Ticketmaster concert ticket.
  11. More info from this guide (also, the sponsor name has changed from Panasonic to Hyundai): Club Level (Sections C1-C40): Located mostly around the middle of the stadium, on both sidelines, these seats are wider and offer more legroom than regular seats. You also have access to the indoor lounge (Tork Club on the visitor’s side, Hyundai Club on the home side) where it’s climate controlled, casual seating, flat-screen TVs, and premium food options not available at the lower or upper level concessions. There’s also usually one or two Eagles alumni that do autograph signings before the game, in each club lounge.
  12. The Linc has great sight lines all around. No obstructed views and the upper level isn't so high that you're too far away and the players look tiny.
  13. This guide to attending an Eagles game might also be helpful.
  14. And one more thing, the "W" rows (which Row 7 is), are usually temporary seating, meaning folding chair-type seats they set up behind the last row of the sections. That's so the seats can be moved around as necessary, to accommodate however many wheelchairs there may be.
  15. For all of NET1, even though you're in the corner of the field, because you're elevated there's a decent view of the whole field. I think the stair platforms next to each of the NET sections make for the best Standing Room Only places to watch the game. So if you're getting a good price, that's not too much higher than a SRO ticket, you're getting the same view but with a guaranteed place to sit. You're also under cover so you have shade from the sun, or protection from the rain/snow, depending on what time of year the game is that you're going to. Here's a quick description of the NET sections, from this guide: