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Talking Stick Resort Arena is one of the more intimate NBA Arenas, and because it is on the smaller side there are few bad seats if any. Even sitting in the upper levels provide a solid view of the action. The seats themselves are on the smaller side in the upper levels, but nothing crazy. The Phoenix Suns fans are well educated in basketball and generally the atmosphere is better than most of the other NBA franchises.
The best seats for a Phoenix Suns game are located in sections 102 and 114, which are positioned at center court. For any NBA game, you want to sit as close to center court as possible for optimal viewing. Sections 101, 103, 113, and 115 also offered great views of the action for a bit less than the dead center section. Upper level seating at Talking Stick Resort Arena is still rather close to the action, so seats in 203 or 219 are a nice option as well.
The lowest seat number in a given section will be closest to the adjacent lower section. The same rule applies for the 100s and 200s sections. For example, seat 1 in Section 115 would be closest to the highest seat number in section 114 (seat 22), or the highest seat number in Section 115 (seat 16) would be closest to seat number 1 in section 116. The lower level sideline sections typically have between 16 and 22 seats, and upper level sideline seats typically have between 17 and 22. The corner and sideline sections in both levels have seat numbers that vary between 12 and 24 seats.
Talking Stick Resort Arena offers a few options for those looking for that luxury experience. Fans have the option to purchase Luxury Suite Tickets, rent the Club Annexus, or purchase Courtside Club Seats. Luxury Suites are located on suite level A and B, and offer a great view of the court, catered food, and comfortable seating. Club Annexus features an open space, bar, upscale food menu, and is located behind section 117-123. It is the ultimate place to host a group outing. The Courtside Club Seats offer the same amenities of a luxury suite, but are located much closer to the action. These seats are located along the sideline in rows A-C.
The Phoenix Suns Bench is located in front of section 101, and the visitors bench is located in front of section 103.
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