New Orleans Bowl at Mercedes-Benz Superdome
The Mercedes-Benz Superdome in downtown New Orleans has a capacity of more than 76,000 and has hosted the New Orleans Bowl since 2001. One of the world's largest fixed domes has also been home to the NFL's New Orleans Saints and the Sugar Bowl since it opened in 1975.
This is known as the Plaza, and the sections in the corners of the end zone typically start a little further away from the field. Sections 141-143 and 113-115 are considered club seating and are the best sections in the Superdome. The home sideline is sections 139-145.
Called loge in the end zones and club along the sidelines, it is still a very good view of the field. There are only four rows in each 200 level section.
Called terrace seating, this is the upper deck of the Superdome and will be the cheapest seats in the venue. They run from row 7 to 36.