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mike morris

Metrodome seating # questions

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Any season ticket holders that could help me out here? I'm wondering which side of the section my aisle seats are on that I just purchased.

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We have two tickets in Section 116, seats #1 and #2. Are seats #1 and #2 on the 117 side of the section, or are they on the section 115 side of the section?

Thanks!

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I think they are closer to 115...but i am not positive...just going off memory

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i believe the 115 as well. usally they go from left to right, looking from the field.

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I think your right, closer to 115 and goes left to right.

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Okay guys, thanks!

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They are definitetly on the 115 side. You will be happier there than on the other side where all the vendors and people running for hot dogs, etc are constantly in your way.

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