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The Best Stadiums Experiences of the NFC South

Steve Shoup

Not a single stadium in the NFC South boasts a bad in-game experience. With favorable climates year-round and two weather-proof, raucous domes, every game is worth the price of your ScoreBig.com ticket!

Home to the Atlanta Falcons, the Georgia Dome sports one of the best home field advantages in football. It’s got a sleek and iconic structural design and plenty of agreeable amenities. Moreover, the Dome is located really close to mass transit infrastructure, which is so convenient for anyone’s who sat in hours of traffic trying to get to an NFL stadium divorced from any transit hubs (I know I have).

Raymond James Stadium is the place to be for all your Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets, and it’s easily a fantastic place to watch a game. Aesthetically, the stadium’s main draw is its giant pirate ship, which fires cannons for each point the home team scores. The pirate ship’s so popular, the Buccs included a FAQ “How can I sit on the pirate ship?” on their team website (you can’t). Another fantastic in-game wrinkle, the Buccs stadium crew raises team flag around the upper deck whenever Tampa Bay is in the red zone.

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This home stadium for Carolina Panthers tickets opened in 1996, but is still going strong. Efforts to update the venue seem imminent, starting with new escalators that alleviated congestion on walking ramps. Diehard Panthers fans can even sign up to get a free tour of the field, locker rooms, weight rooms, and other stadium spots.

Get your New Orleans Saints tickets and head over to the Mercedes-Benz SuperDome, which hosts not only the Saints, but NCAA Final Fours, Super Bowls, Sugar Bowls, BCS National Title Games, Wrestlemania, and more. Located right in the central tourist hub of one of America’s most freewheeling and unforgettably fun cities, it’s impossible not to have a time of your life cheering on Drew Brees and the rest of “Who Dat” Nation.



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