Originally Posted by SAR I
Nothing at all.
It's just that as someone who has gone to road games in about a dozen NFL cities, the last thing you want to scimp on is the view of the game itself. Trust me, you wouldn't spend $2000 to travel to Kansas City to see the Jets play the season opener and then get upper deck tickets because you were taking the cheap route.
Traveling fans pay big bucks for seats because $250 for a seat is not expensive in the context of a $2000 weekend. And with $125 face, it's only a $125 uptick to sit in a great location. And for a very desirable contest or a Row 1 location, a $250 uptick is still not a lot of money. It's how it works.
Aren't there endzone seats in the mezzanine and lower levels also? Do they have bad views as well?