Con? Blocks entire Super Bowl XLVI game.
Pro? Blocks entire Super Bowl XLVI halftime show.
(Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis)
With ticket prices averaging a record $4,300 for Super Bowl XLVI, we thought we'd help you — the person who wastes money on going to the Super Bowl — figure out which seats give you the best bang for your way too many bucks. Our advice? You may want to steer clear of Lucas Oil Stadium, Section 231 (above). Oh, and since we'd prefer you sit uncomfortably at your desk and read the Internet rather than sit uncomfortably at a sporting event, here's a list of 11 other must avoid stadium seats...
Is that a foul pole in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?
(Shea Stadium, New York)
Front row VIP seating...if you're Lieutenant Dan.
(Rogers Centre, Toronto)
Good news: Half a soccer field is half as boring as a full soccer field.
Just follow the arrow to the seat you should have purchased, dummy.
(Fenway Park, Boston)
Hail to one of the Redskins' endzones, hail vic-tor-y.
(FedEx Field, Maryland)
Section 314, Row 18, Seat "Oh, Come On!"
(Arena de Baixada, Brazil)
Roughly translated, "Block 08 Rottstuhifaherer" means "HA! Sucker."
(AWD Arena, Germany)
Try and think of it as rooting for a team called the Cement Walls.
(Territorios Santos Modelo, Mexico)
Ideal spot for a fan of both rivets and the Chicago Cubs.
(Wrigley Field, Chicago)