T-Mobile Arena

Section 206 at T-Mobile Arena

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Row Numbers

  • Rows in Section 206 are labeled A-R, S
  • There is standing room only space behind Row R
  • An entrance to this section is located at Row S
  • When looking towards the stage/ice/field, lower number seats are on the left

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  • Section 206 Reviews

    Great seats except for ....

    Jul 2016

    Concert Review
    Section 206, Row J, Seats 5-10

    Without a doubt, Garth was AWESOME but the section we were in at T-Mobile arena was scary steep to access our seats. Wearing cowboy boots with 2 inch heels - I mean c'mon, it's GARTH - made it even more challenging especially since getting and refilling our beer meant traversing that impossibly steep stairway. And once we were sitting, there were huge black rectangular boxes hanging from the ceiling that blocked our view on the jumbo screen of Garth's face. It was very distracting and we discovered later that they were speakers. Well the sound system was great, but the close up view sucked!

    • Upper Concourse Side (Concert)

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      T-Mobile Arena only has two main seating decks, which means that the 200 level is at the top of the stadium. While this may sound too far away, many of the seats in these sections offer great value compared to the lower level. The lower level of the arena is fairly shallow, and there is just a small block of suites between the lower and upper levels. As a result, the front rows of sections in the 200s are much lower than fans expect. For great views without breaking the bank, we recommend rows A-E in sections 204, 205, 223 and 224. These seats get high marks for their comfortable sitelines and good proximity to the stage. One thing to keep in mind; however, when considering the lower rows is that the entrance tunnels in these sections are located at the top row. So if you're seated in one of the lower rows, you will have to walk down a large set of stairs. Fans with knee problems or mobility issues may actually prefer a seat in one of the upper rows as opposed to traversing down the (steep) stairs of the upper level. While sections 203 and 225 are labeled side sections, some seats in these sections are much better than others. For example, seat 1 in section 225 has a much better angle to the stage than high-number seats - and the reverse is true in section 203. We recommend these seats for fans who want to be close to the stage, want to save a little money and don't mind not being able to see the entire stage at all times.  

    • Upper Concourse Sides (Fighting)

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      The Upper Concourse Sides at T-Mobile Arena offer some of the best views for fighting events. Despite being in the 200 level your view will good because you will be looking down into the octagon from above. This will allow you to take in all of the action and your tickets will be less expensive than floor seating or main concourse seating. Another great thing about the upper concourse is that you will have great views of the jumbotron, which will be playing the fighting event live as it happens in the ring. However, the upper concourse sections are known for being very steep and if you are in the lower rows you would have to walk down as many as 20 steep stairs to get to your seat. And once you're there, you may have to deal with the railing that severely limits the views from seats in rows A-C. As a result, we recommend seats in rows E-M. These rows provide mostly unobstructed views, and the walk down the stairs is not as bad as it is heading to the first few rows. 

    • Upper Concourse Sides (Hockey)

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      Because the lower level sections at center ice are part of exclusive club seating, the most affordable way to get a center ice view is to head to the 200 level. From here you'll find elevated views of the ice with comfortable looks towards both ends. When it comes to finding the perfect row in the upper level at T-Mobile Arena, all options are double-edged swords. First, the upper level has come under a lot of criticism for being incredibly steep. This can give you the feeling of looking straight down on the ice if you are seated in one of the upper rows. Of course, being seated in one of the upper rows puts you near the section entrance and reduces the number of steep stairs you have to walk down. On the other hand, if you are in one of the lower rows, you have to walk down as many as 20 steep stairs to reach your seat. And once you're there, you may have to deal with the railing that severely limits the views from seats in rows A-C. As a result, we recommend seats in rows E-M. These rows provide mostly unobstructed views, and the walk down the stairs is not as bad as it is heading to the first few rows.  

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