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800 Occidental Ave S Seattle, WA 98134
800 Occidental Avenue SouthUSWashingtonSeattle98134
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CenturyLink Field - the home to the Seattle Seahawks (NFL) and the Seattle Sounders FC (MLS).
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Home of the Seahawks & Sounders, this 67,000-seat multipurpose stadium features skyline views.- Google
"Ranked the loudest stadium in the US with the best fans in the country!"
"Great place to catch a Mariners game or concert."
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Nick Glazer
a week ago
This review to for daily parking in the North lot and South garage. North Lot: No overnight parking Daily parking before 5:00pm $16, after 5:00 $7 Monthly parking pass $250** See restrictions! Game days $~60 -The monthly passes are among the cheapest parking you will find in Seattle, however there are not valid on game days, day Amazon decided to takeover for a company event, and you may be moved into the south facing garage during events such as the boat show, concert. The parking in the morning fills up quickly so you have to get there early. Parking is normally restricted when big events like the Seattle boat show move into the event center. Not while monthly pass holder are forced to the south garage, they normally allow you to pay the $16 fee to park if you don't have the pass which is my humble option is absolutely disgraceful. Parking attendants are extremely rude. I actually once witnessed one of the attendance get out of the booth at the north lot and try to start a fight with a taxi driver. Honesty it's just unprofessional. South Garage: Standard daily rate: $7 Game days $30-$60 Gate closes at 11:30pm The south garage has many of the same restrictions as the north for events. Note you can not buy a month pass for the south garage. The only exit form the garage is the south exit. You can not go through the stadium and there is no north exit point so if you are walking into the city, you have to walk around the entire event center and stadium.
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Roger Clarke-Johnson
a month ago
The design of the stadium is majestic andwell-suited to the gladitorial games that take place within, but the stinkin' NFL and the stinkin' owners (that's you, Paul) charge 4X the reasonable rate (aka non-NFL and non-stadium) for souvenirs, food and drink. Plus there's the inflated price of entry to this modern day Colisseum, just to sit in the rain and squint at tiny players below. It reminds me of Vegas: glitzy...but the House always wins. More fun and WAY more convenient to watch at home. Finally, even with spacious decks outside, smoking is strictly forbidden: "How far OUTSIDE do I have to go to smoke?" "Occidental Avenue...and there's no 're-entry...so you'd have to buy another ticket." Vega, baby.
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Steve Butler
a month ago
They must force their employees to write good reviews. This is the worst company I have ever dealt with in my life. Bills never the same from month to month. Sometimes I get a bill more then double & have to spend a couple of hours on the phone. This month they have added a $3.50 CONVENIENCE fee if you pay by a debit card. I guess not enough people were using their agents & paying a $4 fee. People in Seattle should be embarrassed to have the CenturyLink name on their sports stadium.
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Nicholas Manara
2 months ago
Home to the NFL's Seattle Seahawks and the MLS Seattle Sounders , this is a modern facility built to replace the Kingdome. Bring earplugs as the football crowd is *loud*.
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Steve Waller
3 weeks ago
Visited to see Seahawks play the Steelers. Bought ticket off StubHub (wasn't cheap!), but was fortunate to see a very good game with the lead changing multiple times. The noise generated by the Hawks fans was amazing - pretty much louder than any other sporting event I've been to. Despite the big crowd, public transport to get away after was efficient and well organised too
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Darrow Da
2 weeks ago
CENTURYLINK IS THE BEST PLACE IN THE WORLD GO HAWKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKS .ALL OF YOU HATERS BETTER SHUT YOUR MOUTH ABOUT THE HAWKS AND THE EMPLOYESS BECAUSE THEY ARE ALL AMAZING. AND RUSSEL WILSON IS THE BEST QUARTERBACK IN THE WORLD.
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Paul Selinger
a month ago
A great facility. We took a tour of the stadium and it was an awesome experience. I can't remember the guide's name but he was very good and was happy to answer any questions and take pictures of our group.
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caleb coblentz
3 months ago
Im so antisherman that my boogers inside my nose are shaking with hate right now as i am writing this review! Seriously russel wilson is this big overrated nfl player too over paid to!! The attitude this team has as it carries thru the season makes me sick! This team got lucky one year of course, the year they beat the SB i hate the hawks and def will continue to!! O and by the way there stadium is ahem! QUEEEEER