Jan. 17, 2015. Mount St. Mary's 76, LIU Brooklyn 69. First game of womens/mens doubleheader. View of court obstructed by stanchion. Never sit in first 8 rows behind the basket. I moved at halftime.
Dec 5, 2014. Hawks 97 Nets 75. This seat is limited view because the press section obscures a small portion of the corner by the Nets bench; not a major issue. The seat is on the end of the row, but glass partition prevents from accessing the aisle.
April 9, 2016. Sabres 4, Islanders 3 (overtime). Although this is seat 1 it is not an aisle seat. The seat is adjacent to the portal entry. Seat 8 is this row's aisle seat.
Good seat, but full view of the ice requires a slight head turn. I would suggest this row but seats lower in # than seat 8 so that the seat is slightly turned toward center ice. This photo shows the view if seated and looking completely straight in front.
This seat is such a great value-- the seats directly next to us in section 123 costs almost $100 more/ticket! I also ate about $100 worth of food-- included in the All Access ticket! I'd keep coming back just to eat!
View from the seat after shifting around the people in front of me who obstructed my view. You still can't really see below the goal line, especially the near corner, because of the placement of the first row and the barricades.
View is easily obstructed by people sitting in front of you. This was was eye-level, sitting normally in the seat. The men in front of me were average height and also sitting normally.
Dec 12, 2014. Nets 97 76ers 80. Center court seats in the upper pavilion. Aisle seat behind the entrance tunnel; view partially obstructed by protective glass and when fans walked through the aisle.
Section 219 offers a great view of the Barclays Center for the price of admission, and there's a good variety of food and beverage options on the concourse. I'd suggest these seats to anyone looking for an inexpensive trip to a National Hockey League game.
September 26, 2014. Islanders win 3-2 in a shootout. This is an aisle seat and view was continuously distracted by fans walking in the aisle. View partially obstructed by handrail when sitting back in chair.
Jan. 14, 2015. Memphis 103, Nets 92. This is the actual first row of the section. There are only three seats in the row. View from this seat obstructed by a handrail when leaning back in seat.
Taken after Miguel performed. He stayed mid stage most of the time. speakers blocked him a lot. Once he came front stage it was an ok view. not projected onto the screens for all his songs. miss out on any artistic visuals that are on stage. steep view
Tight seats, felt like i would kick someone in the head and/or have one foot fall into a ledge. Good access to some concession stands/bathroom. If you're claustrophobic, don't sit in the upper. For WWE events here, Louder Concussions (Booms)
View may be obstructed by people sitting in front of you. This was taken at eye-level while sitting normally. Man in front of me was a bit tall. Railings also partially block view.
These seats were by far not the greatest. The aisle is narrow for it to be so far up. Nobody wanted to stand for fear of falling over. Great show. I was just happy to be in the building.
We had seats 1-4 in section 24 row 3. Couldn't have asked for better seats. We could see every detail of the show. During intermission the clowns and stars come over to take pictures with you. It was a good time.
It's strange because these seats were so cheap and then you get there and realize you cannot see the one corner of the ice. So yes, these are obstructed view but just for one small portion of it to the right of this photo. So I'd take being this close any day
Great view, separate VIP entrance, located away from all the other spectators, but you still feel like you're part of the crowd. There is one TV for every 4 seats, and you can watch the YES Network, MSG, ESPN, or the game being played at the time. There is also more room than normal seats, with outlets beneath the table in front of you in case you need to charge your device