Nationwide Arena

Section 109 at Nationwide Arena

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Section 109 Seating Notes

  • The Blue Jackets shoot twice towards this end of the ice
  • Head-on view of the performance for end-stage concerts
  • Rows A are part of the Glass Seats for Blue Jackets games

Row Numbers

  • For most events, rows in Section 109 are labeled 3-11, A-U, VC-VW, W1-W2
  • Wheelchair seating is available behind Row VW
  • There is open space betweeen Rows U and VC
  • For hockey games, row A is usually the first row
  • Row A is usually the first row for concerts
  • An entrance to this section is located at Row SRO
  • When looking towards the ice/court/stage, lower number seats are on the right

Interactive Seating Chart

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  • Section 109 Reviews

    • Glass Seats

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      Glass seats offer fans a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to watch Blue Jackets hockey up close and personal. Row A in each lower level section is the first row behind the glass and comes with privileges beyond just being as close to the ice as you can get.  All glass seat ticketholders will have access to the club lounge that is shared with fans in Lexus Lounge sections 114-115. For the best experience with in-your-face action, it's tough to do much better than seats on the glass. Note: Glass seats do not have the all-inclusive benefits of the lounge. For these amenities fans must be sitting in the Lexus Lounge seats. 

    • Lower Level Baseline (Basketball)

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      The worst lower level seats at Nationwide Arena are located in the numbered rows (typically 1-11) behind each basket. These are temporary seats added for basketball and do not rise very much from the court. This makes it difficult to see over fans in front of you - not to mention having the basket in your way. Rows N and above provide the best views and are closest to restrooms and concessions. 

    • Lower Level End (Hockey)

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      Sitting behind the net on the lower seating tier is the best place to sit for fans looking to see the game through the eyes of a goalie. Sections 108-110 are an exciting option as these seats will be some of the first to know when the puck makes its way into the goal at the end where the Blue Jackets shoot twice. Sections at the south end (119-121) are larger with up to 36 lettered rows of seating, running from Row A at the front, and ending at Row NN in the back (with standing room area located just below Row AA). At the north end, sections will have up to 25 single lettered rows of seating. 

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