Amalie Arena

Tampa Bay Lightning Terrace Level Side Seating


Sitting Here for a Hockey Game

Fans whose budget match the Terrace Level will want to look no further than the first few rows in each of the side sections. These rows offer a very good view of the ice and are close to the concourse tunnel. As you progress higher up, the view begins to get considerably worse and the walks up the stairs considerably longer. Choose seats in Rows A-E for the best overall experience.  -

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "Tight squeeze in front of the press box"

      (Section 318) - -

      This row has NO leg room. My husband was in 318 M seat 4 and had to sit sideways the whole time because he was too tall to fit his legs between the tiny gap of leg room. I was in seat 1 and the stair railing was a real distraction from my view. The only thing I did like about the seats was that they...

    • "Center Ice in the Upper Level"

      (Section 301) - -

      With these seats there was a lot of good and a lot of bad. First off, the good: these seats were perfectly at center ice. You could see end to end without straining your neck - just a small turn of the head and you can see breakouts with no issues. In fact, my girlfriend - who hasn't been to a hocke...

    • "Great seats for the price "

      (Section 318) - -

      Sat in row A which is the first row of the section. The lighting only attack once but you still get a good view of the other end. You can also put your feet up if you are in row A. Probably not good if you are afraid of heights, however.

    Event Schedule

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