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    How many rows are there in the upper deck??? I am going to buy tickets for my parents for parent weekend against Northern Iowa. I can either go on the ISU website and buy tickets in section F in row 27 for $35 or go on Stub Hub and buy tickets in section L in row 8 for $7 more. Which one should I do. Thanks for any help.



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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(gocubs2118 &#064; 07&#045;11&#045;06 6&#58;36 pm) Quoted post</div><div class='quotemain'>
    How many rows are there in the upper deck??? I am going to buy tickets for my parents for parent weekend against Northern Iowa. I can either go on the ISU website and buy tickets in section F in row 27 for &#036;35 or go on Stub Hub and buy tickets in section L in row 8 for &#036;7 more. Which one should I do. Thanks for any help.
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    I would buy them from the university as opposed to buying them from a broker. None of the money you send stub hub will help enclose the south end zone



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    We have season tickets in Sec: N, Row: 17, about (half way up). We really like the seats. Row: 27 wouldn&#39;t be too high.



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    The upper deck wont be filled for that game, so i would buy the cheapest then move up once the game starts. But contributing to the end-zone project would be nice. Or you could go sit on the hill.



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    I think row 27 is toward the top. But if they want to watch the game, section F has the better seats--it&#39;ll be at the 30 yard line give or take, and section L appears to be in (out of) the end zone. Plus whatever the impact of the sun will be on a 6pm game in late September, in section F, the sun will be behind them, not in their face. FWIW



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