Exterior photo of the Wells Fargo Center. Home of the Philadelphia Flyers and Philadelphia 76ers.

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The Wells Fargo Center’s club level will receive a major transformation this summer when the club level sections are converted into premium seating areas that will accommodate 1,500 guests. The transformation will include the addition of three premium seating areas, two of which will be named Club Loge and Club Premier. The remodeled club level will follow an open concept that spans 13,000 square feet, and will offer upscale dining options and high-end amenities to guests.

Guests with access to the club level will receive amenities including a VIP entrance into the Wells Fargo Center, access to an upscale lounge with private bars and fireplaces, communal seating, and premium parking. Other new features will include a vaulted wine cellar, a taproom, a whisky/bourbon bar, new escalators and elevators.

The Club Premier seating option will add four rows of seating that will provide guests with comfortable padded seats and in-seat food and beverage service. Guests will be able to choose from popular food options that include Shake Shack, Federal Donuts, and Lorenzo’s Pizza, et al. The Club Loge seating option will offer semi-private seating featuring comfortable “Captain’s Chair Ultra Comfort” seats made with Spanish leather. Guests seated in the Club Loge seats will receive in-seat waiter service, private touch-screen televisions at their seats, excess leg room, drink rails, and will be seated 23 rows from the court/ice. 

Guests that purchase season tickets for the club level will receive priority access to purchase Flyers and 76ers playoff tickets, a $25 credit per game for merchandise, invites to golf outings, and access to on-site alcohol lockers during the game. Other recent changes to the Wells Fargo Center include the addition of the New City Terrace area and the installation of a 4K kinetic scoreboard. The ongoing $300 million transformation of the Wells Fargo Center is part of an initiative known as “Transformation 2020”. The initiative is an effort to update the Wells Fargo Center so that it provides a comparable fan experience to other NBA and NHL arenas. The Wells Fargo Center has been home to the Philadelphia Flyers and Philadelphia 76ers since 1996.


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