Welcome to TickPick’s detailed Phoenix Suns Arena Seating Chart. Here you will find everything you need to know about Phoenix Suns Arena, including row and seat numbers, Phoenix Suns seat views, where the best seats are, and where you can find the same Phoenix Suns seats at prices 10% cheaper than our leading competitor.
Interactive Phoenix Suns Arena Seating Chart with Seat Views
Phoenix Suns Arena Seat Numbers
Seat number one in a given section will always be closest to the lower numbered section adjacent to it. This same rule applies for 100 and 200 level sections. For example, if seat number one in section 115 will be closest to highest seat number (seat 22) in section 114, and the highest seat number is section 115 (seat 16) will be closest to seat number 1 in section 116.
The 100 level sideline sections have between 16-22 seats in a row and the 200 level sideline sections have between 17-22. The corned and sideline sections in both levels have numbers that vary between 12-24 seats.
The Phoenix Suns Bench is located in front of section 101 and the visitors bench is located in front of section 103.
Premium Seating at Phoenix Suns Arena
Phoenix Suns Arena has a few options for those seeking a luxury experience. These options include Luxury Suite Tickets, renting out the Club Annexus, or purchasing Courtside Club Seats. The Luxury Suites are located in suite levels A and B which surround the arena and have padded seating. You can purchase catering packages in these suites.
The Club Annexus is located behind sections 117-123 features an open space bar and upscale food menu. This a great place to host a corporate or group outing. Finally the Courtside Club seats offer the same amenities as the luxury suites, but they are of course much closer to the action. The Courtside Club is located along the sidelines in rows A-C.
Gorilla Greenhouse at Phoenix Suns Arena
The Phoenix Suns mascot has his own play area inside the Phoenix Suns Arena called the Gorilla Greenhouse. Located behind section 219 this 7,000 square area is great for entertaining kids during Suns games. The greenhouse includes several baskets to shoot on, pop a shot, and other arcade games for the entire family to enjoy.
Best Seats for the Phoenix Suns
The best seats for the Phoenix Suns are located in sections 102 and 114, which of course are positioned at center court. For any NBA you should aim to sit as close to center court as possible for the best view of the action. If you are looking to save money the 200 level is closer to the floor than most NBA arenas, but you should aim to sit in row 5 or closer.
Phoenix Suns Electronic Ticket Delivery Delay
The Phoenix Suns do not release their E-Tickets until 7 days prior to tipoff. If you purchase seats for a 7 pm game on February 27th, you can expect to receive the tickets no earlier than 7 pm on February 20th.
Where is the Phoenix Suns Arena Located?
Their newly-renovated arena is located in downtown Phoenix, not far from Chase Field, which is home to the Arizona Diamondbacks. This arena is undergoing updates to be an entertainment district that’s similar to what Staples Center is for Los Angeles as its home to the Lakers, Clippers, and Kings and surrounded by a number of retail stores, restaurants, and much more.
What is the Attendance Capacity at Phoenix Suns Arena
The maximum attendance capacity at Phoenix Suns arena is 18,422.
Parking at Phoenix Suns Arena
Parking is actually relatively easy to find around Phoenix Suns Arena, as the official on-site parking is available at the five-story parking garage that’s directly connected to the arena. There are 700 parking spots available that typically go to season ticket holders and suite owners, but some are made available to the general public.
The Jefferson St. Garage is located directly next to the venue and has over 1,400 parking spaces for the public. Accessible parking can also be found in the Jefferson St. Garage, where you’d simply need a handicapped placard visible in order to utilize those parking spots, in addition to paying the standard parking fee. If you’d like to purchase a parking pass, you can easily do so on TickPick by simply clicking on the “Parking” button below the event’s seating chart.
For more parking options with pricing, check out the chart below:
|Lot Name||Rate||Distance to Gate||Walking Time|
|630 S 7th St||$5||0.4 mi||7 mins|
|109 W Jackson St.||$24||0.3 mi||7 mins|
|Jefferson St. Garage||$12||0.0 mi||1 mins|
|208 S 4th Ave.||$4||0.4 mi||8 mins|
|241 W. Jackson St.||$8||0.5 mi||10 mins|
|602 E Lincoln St.||$5||0.6 mi||12 mins|
|54 NE 2nd St. – Lot||$15||0.7 mi||14 mins|
Handicapped & ADA Seating at Phoenix Suns Arena
For those who are confined to a wheelchair and/or those looking to attend a game at Phoenix Suns Arena with somebody who is, there is some important information that you’ll want to know. If you’re seeking ADA or handicapped seating, you’ll find that there are accessible rows at the top of most sections within the arena and spread throughout. If necessary, folding chairs will be provided with guests, such as ones looking to sit with a fan confined to a wheelchair. One trick you can use to filter tickets that are handicapped or ADA accessible is by using our “Additional filters +” button on the event page that allow you to select “ADA (wheelchair accessible),” which shows all seats that the seller has marked as handicapped seating.
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