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Best, Worst Seat From Each P-Section At T-Mobile Arena

During the open house just about every group in the building is having one of two conversations. First, this place is amazing. That is just a fact, so that conversation usually ends pretty quickly. The other one is much more in depth, which seats should we pick when we get the chance?

Well, I’m here to help (and you are going to help too). I walked around the arena and took three pictures in each P-Section of the arena.

Here’s the map with exact sections and their coordinating P-Section.


P6 – Upper Ends

Best Seat


Worst Seat


Standard Seat


**In Section 214, seats 7-10 are centered behind the goal**

P5 – Upper Center

Best Seat


Worst Seat


Standard Seat


**In Sections 223 (pictured above) and 205 seats 9-12 are centered on the logo.**

P4 – Loge

Best Seat


Worst Seat


Standard Seat


**There really is not a dead center on this side due to aisles and railings.**

P3 – Lower Ends

Best Seat


Worst Seat


Standard Seat


P2 – Lower Corners

Best Seat


Worst Seat


Standard Seat


**Note that the worst seats in P3 and P2 are directly across the aisle from each other.**

P1 – Center Ice Club

Best Seat


Worst Seat


Standard Seat


**There are 4 rows named AA-DD in these two sections. Then they are named in order starting with A. So Row A is row 5. From row CC to about Row H the penalty boxes obstruct the view of one goal.**

Now it’s time for you guys to help each other out. Using the comments section, post your tips and tricks about the arena and seating arrangements.



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  1. Joe

    Going to see frozen fury there in October, anyone have an idea what the view from section 4 row D looks like? Any idea which bench will be which?

    • That’s going to be a great seat. You’ll be on the away team side. Should have an excellent view of the entire ice and both nets.

  2. More than likely he s interested in the long haul. I mean realistically they are a D move or two away from being in good shape

  3. Chip

    What numbers do the isle breaks happen at in the P5 area

  4. Lisa golbek

    Going to see George strait and am in section 101, will I get blocked views due to the stage?

    • I wouldn’t think so. They usually block off all the sections that the stage blocks. I’ve only been to one concert there though.

  5. Ms Mo

    What section is the stage facing in the George Strait stage set?

    • Stages for music shows are almost always placed on south end of the arena covering the 100 level sections and killing off sections 1, 2, 3, 18, 19, and 20.

      • Amy

        I bought “best available” seats to PINK and they put me in section 18. Everything I’m reading indicates you can’t see from section 18. But the tickets were crazy expensive. Did I screw up?

  6. Alfred

    Going for a fight. Section 105 row P. Is this the worse picture for P4

  7. Devin

    Hey are the loge seats decent/ what’s the seating like in that area?

    • It definitely feels like a level above the lower lower, but it doesn’t feel like you are in the upper deck at all (if that makes any sense). I think the best part of those seats is the accessibility to the rest of the arena. When you are in the upper deck, the concourse is much smaller and there are way more people up there. In the Loge, it has it’s own little concourse and it leads right down to the main concourse. Really depends on price of stuff. If it’s close, they are cool seats, but I wouldn’t pay too much more to sit there compared to upper deck.

  8. Kathleen

    Hi How good/bad are lodge 1 seats?

  9. Kathleen

    Row G lodge sorry-

  10. Alan Seidel

    I hear that the 200 level seats at T Mobile Arena are very steep. Are the 100 level seats steep too?

    • Upper level are very steep. 100 level isn’t nearly as steep.

      • Alan Seidel

        Thanks Ken. I’m trying to get 2 tickets for the 24th of October when the Blackhawks play in Vegas. I’m not having much luck yet but I think I’ll expand my search to include the 100 level as well as the main floor.

  11. Megan

    I toured the arena a while ago and I noticed the table top seats which are behind the last row in some of the upper sections. I can’t figure out what row these would be listed as. I can’t find a seat map that show them for some reason and I see some tickets listed as table top seats on Stubhub but some say row R and some say row Q. Any insight? Thanks!

  12. Amy

    Hi Ken,
    I bought PINK tickets in Section 18 that were very expensive. However, it looks like Section 18 has poor viewing. Did I mess up with that purchase or do you think Section 18 is ok?

    • Section 18 is going to be excellent for a concert. The map has it set up for hockey, it’s usually a bit different for concerts. If you look at the map, the stage is about in line with the goal line and they usually have a runway out into the floor seats section that extends to about the blue line. Section 18, while on the the corner, will have your seats facing in a pretty good direction for the concert, and you’ll definitely be able to see the performers.You didn’t screw up, those are solid seats.

  13. Becki

    Ken, I’ve been thinking of purchasing the special “Tower Deck” tickets to a couple of games, but can’t figure out where they are located. Any help would be appreciated.

    • Becki, the party deck is located above the 100 “Loge” section. It’s the section right beneath the castle. With Tower Deck tickets you do not actually get a seat, they are essentially standing room only tickets. That being said, it’s a great place to watch the game and there are little ledges that overlook the section where you can stand and place your drink. It’s not for everybody, but if you are cool with not having a seat, and the price is right, it is a good place to watch the game from.

      • Amy

        Ken, Hi! I’m wondering if you have a perspective on the Pink seats I bought…see my question right before this one on Oct 10. You seem very knowledgeable about the venue. Thanks!! Amy

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