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Welcome to TickPick’s Carrier Dome Seating Chart. The Carrier Dome is one of the most unique and iconic college venues in America, and because of this, understanding the seating arrangement can be tricky. Before purchasing tickets to a Syracuse Orange game, you need to familiarize yourself with the seating layout. Below you will find Carrier Dome […]Read More →
The Carrier Dome is a football arena, so the corner sections are farther back from the court then they would be at a traditional basketball arena. It would be wise to avoid the corners if possible, especially sections 101, 116, 301, 319-320, and 336. Those sections are located behind sections 122-125, which positions you as far from the court as possible. The 300 sections behind the baskets should also be avoided, but they will be the cheapest tickets at the Carrier Dome. So if you are on a budget, that will be the best option.
The seat numbers at the Carrier Dome follow a very unique pattern. Seat 1 and 101 will always be on the aisle, as the stairs run through the middle of each section. Because of this, sections will overlap into each other. For example, seat 116 in Section 109 row AA will be in the center of the section, one seat to the left of seat 18 in section 108 row AA.
The Carrier Dome opened back in September of 1980 and is currently the only domed stadium in the Northeast United States. It's one of the largest structures on a college campus in the entire country, and holds over 49,000 for its regular capacity during football games, with an ability to expand to more than 35,000 for select basketball games, such as their 2014 contest against new ACC foe Duke in what set the on campus record for attendance during a college basketball game, and no college basketball venue rocks quite like this one when they sell out a game against one of their foes. The Dome serves as a multi-purpose venue that houses games for many of Syracuse University's athletic teams as well as some major musical acts over the years, including Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, and more.
The best seats for a basketball game at the Carrier Dome are located in sections 108-109 and 123-124. The closer you are to center court the better the view will be. It is important to note that sections 122-125 are temporary, meaning they are brought in specifically for basketball games. Sections 210-213 are probably the best value in terms of view and price.
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