Cameron Indoor Arena

"Student section (GA 17)"

Seat Review From Section 17, Row 2
Nov 2015

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Doesn't get any better than the Cameron Crazies section, which is General Admission (no assigned or reserved seats, first come first served). Paid face value, so not cheap, and to get close to the floor, you have to line up even before the gate opens (which is 90 minutes before tipoff). It helped that the game was Sunday, last day of Thanksgiving break, so most students were not back yet.

Students get priority seating - the central portion of Section 17. Line monitors then let the hoi polloi enter that area. Awesome event (even though Duke was playing the undefeated but outclassed Utah State Aggies). Let's go Duke!

Best for... watching the game, being close to the action

Avoid if... you are cheering for the away team

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    Amazing experience sitting here for a game, but know what to expect!

    Dec 2019

    Section 17, Row GA

    Sitting in section 17 at Cameron Indoor is amazing. Be prepared for a loud student section and to stand the whole game if this is a men's game! Just be aware that it's nearly impossible to move within this section, especially during the game. The aisles are non existent, and the bleachers are tiny. Also, since it's GA, you'll have to get there early to save your spot. However, if you're looking for the authentic Duke experience, you can't NOT recommend sitting on the lower level in section 17. Just know what to expect - it'll be crowded, loud, and you'll be standing for all 40 minutes.

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