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Welcome to TickPick’s interactive Schottenstein Center Seating Chart for Ohio State Buckeye basketball. Here we will focus on everything you need to know before purchasing tickets for Ohio State Buckeyes, including Schottenstein Center row and seat numbers, Ohio State student sections, and where you can find the same Ohio State basketball seats at prices 10% cheaper […]Read More →
The seat numbers at the Schottenstein Center follow a standard venue pattern where seat number one is always on the aisle closest to the lower numbered adjacent section. So for example, seat one in section 105 is on the aisle closest to seat 21 in section 104. The amount of seats per section vary greatly expect in sections 104-107 and 121-124, where there are between 20-21 seats per row. It's worth noting that the seats in rows K and lower in the 100 level along the sidelines are temporary seats, as well as rows L and below in the corners and behind the basket for basketball games. The temporary seats are padded folding chairs.
The student sections at Value City Arena at the Schottenstein Center are located in 104-107 in rows A-G and all of section 114. Sections 110 and 111 will be occupied by students for bigger games against Michigan or Wisconsin. The Ohio State Buckeye Bench is located in front of sections 104-105, and the visitors bench is in front of section 106-107. Student tickets are not transferable and cannot be found on the secondary ticket market. All tickets are loaded onto a students BuckID, which they bring and scan at the gate, at which point they are provided with a ticket and seat location. If you want to make sure your seats are together, you must show up with your entire group.
The majority of rows in the 100s sections have 21 seats per a row however several rows have 14 seats and some have as little as 10 seats in a row. The corner sections in the 200s only have 10 seats in row A to E and 14 in row F to J, while the rest of the 200s have 14 seats in row A to E and 18 in row F to J. The corner sections in the 300s only have 9 seats in row A to G and 16 seats in row H to U. The rest of the 300s have 15 seats in row A to G and 20 in row H to U.
If you're going to be in the nosebleeds, just don't bother going to a show here. I have had a few experiences, the best of which was in GA on the ground for Weezer, Tenacious D and Jimmy Eat World back in 2001 or something stupid like that. That show was a riot, and even being kind of far back on the floor, at least it had the feel of a real show. I've seen a few other events, shows, etc. here from further back and that is a waste. Fine for basketball, probably hockey too, but if it is not your favorite band, I would avoid seeing music here if you can not afford decent tickets.
The best seats for a Buckeyes game at the Schottenstein Center are located in sections 105-106 and 122-123, right at center court. The 200 level sections at mid court are also great seats, and will be priced similarly to the 100 Level sections. The best-value tickets for Ohio State are located behind the baskets and in the corner of the 100 Level. These will be the most reasonably-priced tickets and will still provide nice views of the action.
Went to the Drake concert here this weekend and had a sick time. The sound was awesome and I know alot of times when bass is up that high it can get distorted but it was clear. We were in the upper bowl but front row which is its own section. Comfortable padded seats and no one behind or in front of you so it really was great. We were far from the stage but it was cool with the lights and everything else to be able to see everything going on. The food lines and bathroom lines were horrible that's the only complaint.
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