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Can anyone tell me how many rows there are in northeast terrace 1 at Linc? Thanks

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6 hours ago, bianconero said:

Can anyone tell me how many rows there are in northeast terrace 1 at Linc? Thanks

5 full rows with about 40 seats each. Then there is a 6th (Row 1W) that has 10 seats and 7th (Row 5W) that has 4 seats, that can accommodate wheelchairs. 

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Thanks for the reply.Is there a good view from the seventh row? Because Vividseats is selling 2-4 tickets at a good price.

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6 hours ago, bianconero said:

Thanks for the reply.Is there a good view from the seventh row? Because Vividseats is selling 2-4 tickets at a good price.

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:

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Northeast Terrace (NET1-NET3): These three tiers of seating levels were part of the renovations completed in 2014 that added 1,600 new seats. This was formerly an open deck with standing room views and the Pepsi Zone seating section. It’s a semi-secluded section in the corner of the stadium with a nice view of the field, multiple "aisle" seats because of the spacing, an overhang from the elements, and each level has its own men’s and women’s restroom. NET1 has a small, mobile vendor stand of drinks, but it’s also a quick walk down the steps or from the access ramp, to the lower level concourse for food and drink options.

 

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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.

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