Hospitality seating

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shabba
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Hospitality seating

Post by shabba » Sat Nov 12, 2022 9:02 am

Hi all,

It’s my dads 70th in March so I was thinking of treating him to one of the hospitality options. Has anyone done it? The club sent me the info on the various packages, and the meal with former player looks great but what is the view from the seating like?

Normally We tend to always sit as central was we can in the Magnus stand upper tier as I like the ‘tv’ view. The hospitality seating with meal looks to be top of the lower tier in the robson stand.

There is an option for directors box seating but then it seems the meal is in the lounge (or maybe the box).

Interested in thoughts on the robson stand seating, usually I don’t like behind the goals as I feel you can’t see the far end well and it’s harder to see the build up play.

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Re: Hospitality seating

Post by Blue Wilf » Mon Nov 14, 2022 8:11 am

Hi Shabba. The only hospitality I have done in recent years at PR is the one at the back of the Sir Alf stand. Meal and pre match chat from Warky etc was good. What was less good for me was the seats allocated as they were lower tier in sir Alf and at the back so far worse than my season tickets innSBR Upper. I think the meal in the Cobbold stand followed by seats behind glass in there loses the atmosphere too. For me, the best would be the box in the West stand but am sure that it the most expensive option. Others may have used any of these more recently than me so things may have improved. Best find what options there are and you pay your money, you take your chance! Good luck.

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Re: Hospitality seating

Post by Bluemike » Mon Nov 14, 2022 9:15 am

Never used any of them I'm afraid, not something that appeals at all.

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Re: Hospitality seating

Post by shabba » Mon Nov 14, 2022 5:25 pm

Thanks BW, I agree the seats don't seem ideal but the rest of the package looks good so I'll do it for the Burton game in March and write a full review after in case others want to know my thoughts.

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