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The section numbers in the 200 level begin with 202 (located near center court/ice) and move clockwise around the stadium, going by even numbers until they reach back around to 260, and most rows in the 200s level have 15 seats in each row. These sections are club seating and come with extra amenities, including wait service. Club Level is highly recommended, and are only slightly more expensive than the bleacher seats above them.
For all 100s sections, The section numbers begin with 102 (located near center court/ice) and move clockwise around the stadium, going by even numbers until they reach back around to 148. Each row has 18 seats in sections 124-128, 102, 104, 146, and 148. The other sections vary depending on the row. Make sure to check the seating charts below for front row tickets! Row One, especially for Nuggets and Avalanche games, isn't necessarily the first row.
Most rows in the 300s level have between 8 and 12 seats, depending on the row (you can check our detailed seating chart for the exact amount of rows within a section by hovering over the section). If you're choosing a seat in the 300s, you may want to choose the one higher up, as man of the lower rows have views partially obstructed by railings (check seller notes to see if their listing shows as being obstructed view. The odd numbered sections in the 300's are smaller and slightly lower to the floor than the even numbered sections. The odd numbered 300s sections run counterclockwise around the stadium, starting with 301 and ending with 379. The even numbered sections run clockwise, beginning with 302 and ending with 380.
The Pepsi Center is set up so that seat number 1 is closer to the preceding section. For example seat 1 in section "122" would be on the aisle next to section "120" and the highest seat number in section "122" would be on the aisle next to section "124". This same logic applies for all sections at the Pepsi Arena.
The interactive Pepsi Center seating chart includes the row numbers for each section (just hover over the section).Note, the 100s sections typically begin with row AA and end with row 22. On average, the 200s sections begin at row 1 and end at row 4. In the 300s sections the first row is usually 6 and the last row is 15. The 300s Low sections typically begin with row 1 and end with row 3. The Floor sections typically begin with row 1 and end with row 25.
PARKING IS CASH ONLY. The official Pepsi Center Website omits this detail so make sure you remember to bring more than your credit card to the game. It's hard to avoid at almost any concert or sporting event, but the post-event traffic can be particularly terrible at the Pepsi Center. A good suggestion would be to go to dinner somewhere downtown first, where you'll be able to find quicker, cheaper parking a few short blocks from the stadium. PRO TIP: If you can't handle that walk and have to park in the lot, go to the far side of the west B lot. It's the fastest exit and dumps you out in Auraria
Sellers must disclose all information that is listed on their tickets. For example, obstructed view seats at Pepsi Center would be listed for the buyer to consider (or review) prior to purchase. These notes include information regarding if the Pepsi Center seat view is a limited view, side view, obstructed view or anything else pertinent.