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Denver Nuggets Balcony Corner Seating


Sitting Here for a Basketball Game

When buying Nuggets tickets on a strict budget, first consider these corner sections in the balcony. Most seats offer decent sitelines, fewer obstructions and low ticket prices.

Corner sections in the balcony are most often compared to baseline (behind the basket) sections. If prices are similar, you should always opt for tickets in a corner section. Most corner sections offer a comfortable angle towards center court, and the basket does not get in the way of the view as much as it does along the baseline.

You'll find the best experience in one of the odd-numbered sections which occupy the first three rows of the balcony and are easily accessed from the concourse. Even-numbered sections are accessed by two sets of stairs - the second of which is incredibly steep. In all sections, aim for the lowest row you can afford.

When choosing a corner of the arena to sit on, first consider the northwest corner near section 330. One of the upper level's largest concessions stands is located there. And you'll also find men's and women's restrooms nearby.

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "Not Bad for Being High in the Corner"

      (Section 334) - -

      I'll typically avoid anything in the corner or behind the basket, but this about as far in the corner as you can go without feeling like the basket is an obstruction. No one sitting above Row 10 in the stadium, so you probably won't either. This was just a good spot to spread out.

    • "Terrible seat, obstructed view"

      (Section 348) - -

      This seat sucks. It should be great but it feels like you are watching the game through prison bars due to the handrail completely obstructing the view. If you have anyone next to you in seat two leaning forward to watch the game will ruin their view. All I could do was laugh out loud and watch m...

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