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0 #2 Dewayne 2013-11-02 03:06
I sat in 101 for a Suns-Clippers game a few seasons back. Best thing about these seats to all you Suns fans out there, is that the Suns bench sits right in front of 101. Paid $150 for two seats (row 18 or 19), not including the annoying fees that Ticketmaster tacked onto the purchase, so it was actually probably closer to $200 for two tickets. Any seat that you have past row 20 will be really close to the entrance to the concourse. There is also one of the only escalators to the top just outside of this section.
I'm really glad that this arena wasn't built in Glendale like the other two, I think it definitely would have hurt the attendance for Suns' games. US Airways Center is considered part of the "Legends" District along with Chase Field, home of the Diamondbacks. Alice Cooper and former Sun Dan Majerle both own bars near the arena and they have excellent food and drink specials. Just take the Metro light rail to the 3rd st./Jefferson Station and you'll be within walking distance of the arena and all of downtown Phoenix. Enjoy!
0 #1 Kevin 2011-12-20 21:41
Had a great time at the Suns game.
101 was a great choice for seating. It's a very long section with 28 rows not including the courtside club at the foot of the section consists of rows A-C.
Most of the seats closest to the floor in the lower arena are all foldout chairs and aren't that comfortable. The seats I had in row 22 of this section were theater style.
Don't recall what I paid for tickets but it wasn't cheap. I did enjoy being close to the action though, you can see everything.
The team's bench is also directly in front of this section.

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