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T-Mobile Arena seating question

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by TexasTechFan, Jul 11, 2016.

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  1. TexasTechFan

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    I have decided to purchase a ticket for the Sept. 10 Geroge Strait concert at the new arena. I have a dollar amount in mind that I would like to limit myself too. I have checked a couple of the ticket broker sites and I can find a ticket within my range in one of the lower sections (1-20) anywhere from halfway to the back of the section or I can get a 1st or 2nd row seat in sections 105-117 (which seems to be a balcony, just not as high up as sections 201-227 seem to be) for about the same amount.

    If anyone has been to the arena I would like to get your opinion on which of these sections would be the best.

    I would also like anyone's input if they think any of the ticket brokers are better or worse than the others.

    Any help is greatly appreciated.
     
  2. paperposter

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    stubhub or wait till the casino / venue releases the unsold tickets . its in the round so lower level center is the best seat. they over charge for the new venue its a rip off
     
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    chantellevegas Low-Roller

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    we had section 116, row Q or something for Garth Brooks recently. They were great, comfy seats. I don't think there's a bad seat in the house unless you end up behind the stage or in the highest section (way too high for me.. almost in the rafters.)
     
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