Even though this is a relatively new stadium, it lacks any amenities of even smaller college venues. The seating cramp and hard, with some areas baking in the sun for the entire event. The restrooms are a mess with frequent long waits. The staff are rude and cannot give proper directions within the stadium (most staffers are just the usual $4/hour hired bodies that have no ties to the stadium or team). Parking is a series of grass lots and broken pavement. The overpriced lots fill up quickly, and you will end up paying $30 to park in someone's yard. There are no restaurants or pubs with the area, so you might as well go into the stadium when you arrive. The tailgate facilities are terrible as they jam the cars together and do not provide adequate restrooms.
In short, this stadium is just a money maker for the team owner and does nothing for the community. Even the high cost luxury skyboxes are cheap with bad food. If you want to bake in the Florida sun while drinking outdated beer, then you will feel right at home. Personally, I will drive the extra distance to Tropicana Field, where I can enjoy sports in a real venue.
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