T-Mobile Arena Interactive UFC Seating Chart | Jones vs. Gane

 

T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas will host the most anticipated Ultimate Fighting Championship fight of the year between fighters Jon “Bones” Jones and Ciryl Gane. We at TickPick have put together this detailed Jones vs. Gane fight seating chart at T-Mobile Arena so you know exactly where to and not to sit.

This chart includes detailed row and seat numbers, seat views, zone seating guide, delivery methods, and much more including how to get UFC 285 tickets at the guaranteed best prices. If you’re looking for other great events in Las Vegas, check out the entire list of events happening at T-Mobile Arena.

When is UFC 285?

UFC 285, which will be headlined by fighters Jon Jones and Cyril Gane will take place on Saturday, March 4th at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

UFC Seating Chart for T-Mobile Arena

You will notice that this map does not provide a section-by-section breakdown, but rather breaks up the seating via zone. This is similar to how the seating works for the Super Bowl. Unfortunately, some sellers do not receive their exact seat locations until they pick up their tickets from the venue, but they do know the general area that the tickets are in. Below is a breakdown of what sections make up each zone.

  • Floor: Sections A-H
  • Lower Side: Sections 5-6 & 15-16
  • Lower Corner: Sections 2-4, 7-9, 12-14, 17-19
  • Lower End: Sections 1, 10, 11 & 20
  • Upper Side: Sections 204-206 & 222-224
  • Upper Corner: Sections 201-203, 207-211, 217-221, 225-227
  • Middle End: Sections 101-105 & 117-120
  • Upper End: Sections 212-216

UFC 285 Detailed Seating Chart

Scroll over each section for the row breakdown

T-Mobile Arena Seat Numbers | Floor Breakdown

T-Mobile Arena Seat Numbers Floor Seating

The floor seat numbers for UFC 285 Jones vs. Gane fight can be confusing. I’ve outlined above certain seat numbers to help explain a bit, but it still needs elaboration. If you are having trouble reading the numbers on the image, zoom in on the page.

Generally speaking, seat number 1 at T-Mobile Arena will almost always be on your left when you are facing the ring. This holds true for every section except for Floor H, where seat 1 is actually on the right side when facing the ring. I’m not sure why they have marked the seats this way, but that is what is displayed on the official seating chart.

Here’s another wrinkle that doesn’t necessarily follow standard logic. On Floor C, Seat 1 is always the first seat closest to section B. Because of this, the inside aisle seats change as you move toward the back of the section. It starts with seats 12 & 16 and ends with seats 18 & 22.

The opposite is true in Floor section G. The inside aisle is always seat 15, with seat 1 starting in row E, which is marked in the image above. Remember we don’t make the official seating chart, just report on what has been noted.

For all floor sections, it is important to keep in mind that there is no elevation. If you have any questions on this, please don’t hesitate to give us a call at 845-538-4567. Our live event specialists are happy to help.

T-Mobile Arena Seating Chart | Upper & Middle Level

The 200 level at T-Mobile Arena is going to be the cheapest option for UFC fights with the 100 level being a bit more expensive. The 100 level isn’t drastically closer to the lower bowl than the 200 level.  I’d still prefer the upper-side sections to the middle-end ones.

Keep in mind that T-Mobile Arena is larger than the MGM Grand Garden, so the upper seats are a bit farther away in comparison. Below is an example of a UFC fight seat view from the upper level, but keep in mind the floor seating isn’t an exact match to what it will be for this fight.

T-Mobile Arena Seating Chart | Lower Level

Just like the Upper Level, the best seats in the lower are going to be on the sides. The ring is raised to be about eye level in the first few rows of the lower bowl sections, which can lead to those tickets being more expensive than some of the floor seats that are positioned farther back (on the floor).

If you are looking at tickets in the lower level ends in the last few rows, you might be better off sitting in the first few rows of the upper sides. The lower ends are a considerable distance from the ring, so if you are purchasing tickets on TickPick keep in mind the grade assigned to the listings to help get the best value.

How to Get Cheap UFC Tickets

While UFC fight tickets can be expensive if the headlining or title fight is in high demand as they usually are, the easiest way to save money on Jon Jones vs. Cyril Gane tickets is securing tickets through TickPick because you’ll never pay any service fees.

Our competition on the other hand makes their commission and then charges 10% or more in additional fees at checkout. And when you are dealing with ticket prices in the thousands, those fees add up pretty quickly.

So why don’t you take a look for yourself, and browse our Jones vs Gane tickets without fees. Download the TickPick mobile app below for $10 off your first purchase.

 

UFC Fight Schedule

You can find the entire UFC fight schedule with tickets below.

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