In the upper level (200s) at Oracle Arena, SRO tickets will place you behind the last row of reserved seating in your respective section. In most upper level sections, including section 212, there are two "rows" of SRO tickets just behind row 17.
With a pricetag similar to baseline sections but with far superior views, the corner sections in the 200 level are one of the best values for a Warriors game. Each of these sections features up to 19 rows of seating with row 1 located at the front. To maximize your experience, carefully consider your row as you purchase tickets in this area.
As with most of the upper level, the best seats are located in the first few rows of the section. It is worth paying a few extra dollars to avoid sitting in one of the higher rows. In particular, you'll want to avoid rows 12 and higher. These rows have the longest walks up and down the stairs, poor views of the jumbotron and the low roof of the arena can be un-settling to some.
Instead, sit in a single-digit row for good sightlines, easy access to the concourse and impressive proximity to the court. The front rows of these sections are some of the best upper level corner seats in the NBA.
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