We sit in section N in the second row at the end of the row and the railing in front of the entrance is in the way so to speak but once the game gets going I really never notice it. The railing in front of the seats isn't in the way at all. I really enjoy our seats having extra leg room and being on the aisle, although it feels like we leave our seats less than anyone else in the row.
We did get our new assignment this week. I was going to complain on here, but I know it wouldn't do much good and it's better to not get all fired up about something that far out of my control... We stayed in the same section (5) and got moved down (way down) to row 11. I believe our difficulty was in keeping 4 seats together. We take my parents and have a 6 mo. old who is going to be exposed early! I think Dad has always wanted to go and I wasn't that interested until after I got out of school, so when we were able to make it happen, we started going - great family time over the last 6 seasons! I do have a hard time believing that with the giving level adjustment that most in our section stayed put, especially considering that we were doubling the requirement last year... In any event, we're set for this year and will try to move up every season :)
In Nebraska, those would be $10,000 seats, to put it in perspective.
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