Good seats , gave it 4 starts because people coming in late or personnel obstruct the view just a bit so you lose a little bit of view by visitors team area. Other than that not bad seats . Close to the home team though!
Really cool when the puck is in the offensive zone. When play moves to the other side of the ice, can't follow through the glass due to the angle. Needed to watch half the game on big screen. Fun experience to be so low, but would not sit so close a lot.
Row L is the last row of the section; behind me was the company box section sponsored by Deloitte. The view was fine, but it was higher than I would have liked it to be. Wouldn't want to sit anywhere in the 400-series.
The suspended speakers blocked the central view of the large screen. I could never got a good view of the performers on the large screen because of the speakers. Good seats for sporting event but not for an event utilizing the large screen because of the suspended speakers. Five stars for a sporting event seat but only two stars for a concert event.
A long way from the action. So far away that you can barely hear anything from the court, which is weird. The leg room at the Verizon Center is almost non-existent and everyone in the row has to stand up to let you in or out.
For what these seats are, nosebleeds, they are great. Non obstructed view of the game and 3 seats away from the aisle. To mention the walkway to the concessions is directly next to this row. You can feel the cold from up here so pack a sweater.
Seats are passed and comfy. For a large arena, it's a decent view from the upper level. The exit (down) escalators are just outside this section, so it makes for a quick escape after the game!
Bad seats, No leg room, No elbow room, Really cramped, Need binoculars, 4th floor, $60 seats, Steep stairs, Could not see band without binoculars. I could not see Andy Fletcher on the right side of stage at all. 9/7/17