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The T-Mobile Arena has abandoned traditional delivery methods for tickets such as hard stock or e-delivery (through PDFs), and has implemented a system of delivery exclusively through a platform called Flash Seats, which is a system in place designed to prevent fraud. A user would link the Flash Seats to a credit card or driver's license, which is what the user would have scanned by the venue to admit them entry. For more information on Flash Seats including how it works, please read up on it in our Flash Seats blog.
The Golden Knights bench is in front of section 5, while the visitors bench is front of 6. The Penalty Box is located right in between Sections 15-16.=, and the Golden Knights shoot twice on the end of the ice with section numbers 9-12.
There are a few suite or club options at T-Mobile Arena for those who are willing to pay up for a premium experience. Keep in mind that all of these clubs and/or suites are available for all Vegas Golden Knights home games, while some may not be available for some concerts or other events. Opera Boxes are located just above sections 9 through 12, and each of these boxes can hold up to 6 to 8 guests. These guests will have a ledge on which they can place their food and beverages, and the chairs will be movable so that fans can sit within the box or out next the ledge to view the game. These boxes include in-seat wait service, with access to a nearby exclusive Goose Island lounge. Within these Opera boxes are a private restroom as well as HD television screens. Terrace Tables are located behind the Opera Boxes and some are at the top of select lower level sections. These tables are great for smaller groups, and each table can hold up to four fans who would be seated around a half-circle table overlooking the action on the ice. These tables include in-seat service and allow access to the club lounge on the suite level.
The best seats for any non-concert event at T-Mobile Arena (as the seating map may differ from event to event) would be in the Center Ice Club seats, located in sections 5 -6 and 15-16 on the opposite side of the arena. These seats provide the best views in the arena for any hockey or basketball game, and fans in these sections will be allowed access to the lounges next to these sections like the Bud Light Lounge and Jack Daniel's Lounge. These lounges offer multiple HD televisions, upscale seating, and private cash bars. If you're looking for tickets in the 100s, it's not worth paying a premium for rows 3 to 10, instead save a few bucks and sit higher to avoid the glass and net from blocking your sightlines.
The seat numbers at T-Mobile arena follow a basic pattern where seat number 1 is always on the aisle closest to the lower numbered section adjacent to it. For example seat 1 in section 5 will be on the aisle closest to section 4. Another way you can look at it is when you are in your section facing the floor, seat 1 will be to your left. This same logic can be applied to the floor sections, including UFC fights.
Sellers must disclose all information that is listed on their tickets. For example, obstructed view seats at T-Mobile Arena would be listed for the buyer to consider (or review) prior to purchase. These notes include information regarding if the T-Mobile Arena seat view is a limited view, side view, obstructed view or anything else pertinent.