Madison Square Garden

"Secret way into specialty seats"

Seat Review From Section 218, Row 4, Seat 6
Mar 2019

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Let me come clean from the beginning; I bought a ticket in a "Wheel Chair" designated section even though I don't use a wheelchair myself. Now I know this sounds a little messed up but it is totally allowed. I asked one of the ushers how I was able to even purchase a ticket in this area and he assured me that if the tickets aren't purchased by limited mobility fans, they are then opened up to the general public. Rest assured, I'm very happy I ended up purchasing these tickets. The 200 level area behind each basket features specialty seating. The sections contain at most 8 rows, there are small TVs for replays near the railing (see bottom of photo), and the chair themselves are stuffed with extra padding for comfort. While I didn't experience the extra comfy chairs in the wheel chair section, I was able to utilize the small TVs and extra room while enjoying the game. The view itself was decent, but at times I felt a little far away from the court. Still, purchasing a ticket in these wheel chair sections behind each basket (if available) is a great way to experience these special 200 level sections without having to buy the (more expensive) specialty ticket.

Best for... fans on a budget, impressing a guest

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