With the recent struggles of the 76ers, tickets in the corners of the 200 level can often be purchased for $10 or less. While the views aren't necessarily desirable, the low ticket prices make these seats a good target for a fan on a budget.
As with the sections behind the basket, you'll first notice how far these seats are from the court. These seats are much better for a hockey game, but for basketball the players can appear distant and tiny. For this reason, it's important to purchase tickets in the lowest possible row when considering a corner section. You'll feel much closer to the action and you'll also be close to the concourse tunnel at row 3.
Prices in the lower rows of these corner sections are comparable to prices in the upper rows of sideline sections in the 200s. If you have mobility issues and walking stairs is difficult, choose the low rows of the corner sections. Otherwise, choose a sideline section where the view is much better.
Our favorite corners of the arena are on the Broad Street side (the 204 and 222 side) where you'll find nearby restrooms, plenty of concession options and short walks to the stairs and escalators.