1) Including suites I would say the best place to sit would be front row, either right by the opposing teams penalty box (to really get under their skin, aka Vancouvers green guys) or right in the corner on the side the JETS shoot twice at. (you see some pretty big collisions right in front of you when you're sitting there.
Obviously it would be nice to be pampered with food and liquor in a suite, but for the money, I'd rather sit front row then schmooze like a schmoozer further up in the suites.
2) I'm probably going to get high end tickets, for at least the first year. I'd be willing and able to pay 3 or 4 grand per ticket for a pair, although some years I might have to downgrade depending on how life goes.
Post by pokeybandit on Mar 1, 2011 13:57:27 GMT -5
Anywhere in the 100 section about 15-20 rows up (if possible). But if you have to get tix in the 300 section i would personally want in the corners 5-10 rows up as those are very good seats....you're right on top of the action !!
I don't want to create competition for the seats I want but this year I moved my Moose tix from section 117 row four (right by the visitors bench) to the 200 ring between the blue lines. Great view of the whole game, which can't be said for row 4 near the glass. In my old seats I was watching 1/3 of the game in the jumbotron.
I think everywhere in the MTS centre is a good place to sit. I personally will be looking to get in the 300 level because im a university student and it is all I can afford right now. Hopefully I can get in the centre of the 300's not too far up.
The best place to sit is in the upper deck, it's cheaper, and the fans who sit there are a lot more into the game. I live in New Jersey, but if I could pick, I would probably be sitting in Section 306, which are projected to cost $70 for an individual game and $55 for a season ticket. I would probably just buy the tickets online and get them for lower prices, for example in Edmonton you can get tickets on a website called vividseats.com for $15-20, and those seats would normally cost at least $43. You can also get seats in the nosebleeds at the Saddledome for like $10, sometimes less.
Post by allthisgold on Mar 1, 2011 21:19:56 GMT -5
It is a good idea to go to a Moose game and try and figure this out. If you think you want to sit somewhere specific then get a ticket there. In the rush to sell tickets to the NHL I am not sure that the opportunity to go and sit in your seat prior to purchasing will be provided.
Post by allthisgold on Mar 2, 2011 14:17:25 GMT -5
I have budgeted about $1,500 to $2,000 which would probably be 2 tickets but for only 10 games (Will split with a few other couples and do a draft to chose who gets which games). Over time I would like to increase my amount of games and eventually own the tickets fully.
kenas10: Go Jets Go! Here we are 7 years later starting the Conference Finals against the Las Vegas Knights! I'm still a season ticket holder, have been since day 1. I was KennyS and was on the forum the whole time!! Blast reading all of this. Go Jets Go!
May 11, 2018 19:46:11 GMT -5