User Rating: Excellent
Pros:good view from anywhere, clean
Cons:bland food, small seats
The Bottom Line: As long as you are not expecting a gourmet meal, you will enjoy your time at Raymond James.
I went to the Bucs-Vikings game and sat in the 20th row of the end zone. There is only a lower level in the end zone. This section is very close to the field, so you get a good view when the action is in your end. The ticket price of $49 was fair considering the demand for Bucs tickets is very high.
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The stadium was very clean and nicely kept. It is obviously new, but they do a good job of keeping it looking new.
The food selection was pretty basic. The personal-size pizza was the best value in my opinion. Stadium prices have always been very high, but $4.50 for a basic hamburger was a bit too much.
I thought that the width of the seats was smaller than the seats in other stadiums I have been in. I am an average-size male, and I felt very cramped and crowded by the fans on either side of me.
There seemed to be plenty of parking available for $10 or so. There is a public park north of the stadium that provided plenty of parking. It was also easy to get out of after the game. A lot of people hang around to tail-gate after the game, so there was not much of a traffic jam.
Parking Availability: Busy But Manageable
Seat Location: Outfield/Endzone