Levi’s Stadium Guide
Here is a guide to the 1.3 billion dollar Levi’s Stadium located in Santa Clara and home to the San Francisco 49ers.
Seating at Levi’s Stadium.
We sat in section 124 and had a great view! Even in the corner we could still see everything. We felt really close to the field and action. The view for every seat is a lot closer since the field is smaller compared to Candlestick.
I sat in the lower sections, 111 and also in 203 and both times sucked! Sun was blazing on my face and I left with bad sunburn even though I had sunscreen and a hat on.
If you have the chance to sit in the West End of Levi’s Stadium facing East. The East side can get brutally hot.
If you’re sitting in the 300 section be prepared to climb a good amount of flights of stairs.
Once we go to our seats in the 300 section (what, was that 12 flights of stairs I had to climb
The very top level and top rows can be a bit scary if you have a fear of heights. They are at an angle to “give you a better view of the action” but they are just really high up there.
I hated the view from the 400s. I had to keep looking at the screen to see what was going on. The screen itself is massive and crystal clear but still not a great view of the actual field or action. Bring Binoculars!
The actual seats in the general area of seating (non club level or suites) are extremely tiny and with really not much leg room at all. If you’re going to sitting up there ask for an aisle seat if your taller than 5’11.
The 400 level and the majority of the 200 & 300 sections are in direct sunlight on the visitors side.
The seats in the VIP Area’s, Club and Suite levels are amazing. They are cushioned and padded. If you get a chance to sit there take it!
The stadium seats are actually quite comfortable depending on your size and when you’re away from the sunny side, Each seat comes equipped with a drink holder at the back which you can also use for your phone.
Seat Views From the 100 Level at Levi’s Stadium.
Seat Views From the 200 Level at Levi’s Stadium.
Seat Views From the 400 Level at Levis Stadium.
Seat Views From the 500 Level at Levi’s Stadium.
Eating At Levi’s Stadium:
The nachos are not your typical nachos covered in fake yellow/orange cheese. Levis Stadium kicked it up a notch with much better real cheese although it is thin and runs straight to the bottom of the tray.
Levis Stadiums offers wide variety of different foods from shrimp sando at the Seafood Counter, Curry Buns, Chicken Fingers, Chicken Tikka Marsala, Panini’s and so forth. The Garlic Fries were just mediocre and not large enough.
The BBQ Brisket Sandwich was $14.00 and not filling. The Jalapeno Cheddar Brawurst was just ok at best. The sausage stand only had a couple types of sausages. Way over priced.
A bottle of water is $5.75 and a beer is $11.00. The amount of food they give you a Levis Stadium are tiny and wasn’t worth the cost. At the United Club Lounge its even pricier with a Jager shot costing $14.00.
The lines were not terribly long but it still took a long time because of how slow the staff was.
Parking at Levis Stadium
I parked maybe a quarter of a mile away from the stadium $40.00 for parking is crazy. It wasn’t too far of a walk.
Green Lot 4 – We parked in Green Lot 4. Its $40.00 to park there but it’s close to the 101 ramp. There still is a bit of a walk to the Stadium but worth it to park in the Green Lot 4 because you don’t have to wait more than a couple minutes to get on the 101 from it.
Red Lot 1 – They don’t allow anyone until just before 1:00pm if it’s a late game. It was literally a parking lot just to get into the parking lot.
There are several overflow parking available. We opted to park across Great America Parkway in a business office building lot.
If your thinking about taking the Bart just realize that it doesn’t start to take people back until after the game ends. You can’t leave early. There is also a huge line of people waiting to get on.
Bathrooms at Levi’s Stadium
There are plenty of bathrooms all around the stadium. Spacious bathrooms with lots of stalls. Automatic warm water and paper towel dispensers. The bathrooms stay reasonably clean, even towards the end of the game.
The guards at the electric gate were pretty friendly. There were lots of security guards around as well as customer service representatives.
Tailgating at Levi’s Stadium
Green Lots 1,2,3 have lots of tents, food, drinks and great fans.
Green Lot 1 & Blue Lot 1 & 2 have open flame tailgating. They are smaller and less rowdy but hardcore tailgaters.
Levi’s Stadium app
The Levi’s stadium app is super useful. Rack up yards to spend on signed jerseys, field passes, etc. It’s also great for scanning in to the stadium. Makes the process super easy + efficient.
San Francisco 49ers Ticket Prices
San Francisco 49ers Tickets for Levi’s Stadium average $135.00 per ticket this season. The highest average for 49ers tickets is $270.00 per ticket. The lowest average for 49ers tickets is $115.00 per ticket.
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Stadium Series Tickets Levi’s Stadium
The NHL Stadium Series game between the Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks at Levi’s Stadium is on Feb 21st. Stadium Series tickets average $225.00 per ticket.
2016 Super Bowl Tickets Levi’s Stadium
2016 Super Bowl Tickets for Levi’s Stadium will average $2500.00 per ticket. The 2015 Super Bowl in Arizona was one of the most expensive tickets for any sporting event averaging over $10,000 per ticket.
Levis Stadium Seating Charts
View multiple Levi’s Stadium Seating Charts for 49ers tickets to home games, Stadium Series at Levi’s Stadium between the LA Kings and San Jose Sharks. Wrestlemania Seating Chart for Levi’s Stadium. Super Bowl 50 seating chart.
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Levis Stadium are subject to change. Reviews of Levi’s Stadium are based on reviews from fans who have been to the stadium.
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BY: Chris M.