United Center

Section 309 at United Center - Chicago Bulls

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  • Row Numbers

    • Rows in Section 309 are labeled 1-17
    • An entrance to this section is located at Row 3
    • When looking towards the court, lower number seats are on the right

    Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    Right Outside of Ironworks

    Dec 2013

    Section 309, Row 6, Seat 4

    The best thing about these seats is their proximity to Ironworks, which has a delicious steak sandwich and one of the better beer selections in the upper level. Being in Row 6 and being with a group sitting on the aisle makes it easy to get down to the concourse and back in your seat in a flash. Sitting higher up and in a row with more seats (Row 6 only has like 10 seats) would make it a little more challenging. I don't like sitting behind the basket for basketball, but the view was OK. The view of the action on the other end of the court is good (though far away), but the view on the near hoop is tough. You really never do know if the ball went through the net or if it was an airball. Overall, really good seats to bring a group of friends or even the kids who aren't totally in-tune with every detail of the game. Just don't expect to wow someone with a great view.

    • 300 Level Baseline

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      The cheapest tickets for a Bulls game are commonly found in sections behind the basket in the 300 level. These seats draw high marks for being budget-friendly, but lack quality views of the court and ...

    • "Birds Eye View"

      (Section 310) - -

      Stairs were steep to get up to Row 15, but once there got a good view of the whole court and could see the plays develop and track all the action. Very cool for the basketball strategist or avid fan, might not be the best for young ones or those looking to impress a guest. Vendors were scarce, and...

    • "Highest seat in the house!"

      (Section 310) - -

      Literally the last row of the 300 level. They actually built another row after the ADA seating, so you have to walk up a few more steps to get to this row. If you’re taller than 6 feet, you might hit your head on the ceiling if you jump up too fast! Not a bad view, just be prepared to be up high.

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