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From This Seat - Seating Reviews for NFL, NHL, NBA and MLB Stadiums and Arenas

 

Our Mission

Every sports venue has different dimensions and you deserve to know what they are before spending your hard earned money on tickets. With ticket and concession prices at an all-time high, let From This Seat help you learn all about the seats, before buying your tickets. Don't visit another professional stadium, ballpark or arena without stopping here first.

 

 

How Did We Get Started?

In January of 2010, I paid $400 for two tickets to see the AFC Wildcard match up between the New York Jets and the Cincinnati Bengals. I won the tickets in an Ebay auction and as it turned out, I could have saved a lot of money by purchasing my tickets on Stubhub. When I found my seats, I found myself in the end zone with one of the uprights obstructing my view of the field. It was there, at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati that the idea for From This Seat was born. I wanted to come up with an innovative site that allowed fans to share their stories and vent their frustrations about their seats to other fans of the NHL, NBA, NFL and MLB. Every section of every venue of those four leagues are documented on From This Seat. Oh, and by the way, the Bengals lost the game and were knocked out of the playoffs. But I wouldn't trade that day for anything.

 

 

Will We Ever Cover NCAA , Nascar And Concert Venues?

No way. For NCAA events, so many sections of the venue are inaccessible to regular fans including sections for students, alumni, family, boosters, band and visiting fans. If you were going to see a Duke basketball game, are you really concerned about what your seats will be like? There are no bad seats at Cameron Indoor Stadium, it only holds 9,000 people. NASCAR venues are huge but so much of the audience watches the race from the infield and the seating/venue attributes are essentially the same nationwide. Concert venues are all very different and there are thousands upon thousands of concert halls, fields and amphitheaters throughout the country. Documenting them all would be next to impossible and many events are held at venues already listed on From This Seat. Additionally, every artist has a different stage setup. Some sections of the venue will be restricted depending upon that particular artist's setup.

 

 

Is From This Seat a Resourceful Tool for Sports Fans?

 

Sports franchises never want you to know too much about their stadiums or arenas. A few of the things you will learn by accessing From This Seat is

 

  • What other fans thought of the view from their seats.

  • How much they paid for their tickets and concessions.

  • Which sections have obstructed views.

  • The pros and cons of both general admission and reserved seating.

  • How visiting fans were treated by the home team's fans.

 

 

Why You Need to Know More About The Seats You're Purchasing

The average ticket prices for the NHL, NBA, NFL and MLB in 2010 followed by the Fan Cost Index (Average Cost of taking a family of four to a game) are as follows.

 

NHL: $54.25 , $313.68

NBA: $47.66, $287.85

NFL: $76.47 , $420.54

MLB: $26.74 , $194.98

 

As you can see, the costs of attending a professional sports event are not cheap. As expected, the teams that boasted the highest ticket prices in 2010 were your big market teams such as the Toronto Maple Leafs, New York Yankees, Los Angeles Lakers, Boston Red Sox and Dallas Cowboys. Imagine spending this kind of money only to find that your seats are in a hostile section or with an obstruction of the field of play.

 

 

 

 

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1) To find or leave feedback for your prospective seats, simply choose the league that pertains to your interest on the 'Find Your Seat' toolbar on the left.

2) Choose the team from the list that plays in a venue you have been to or are planning on visiting.

3) Scroll down to the middle of the page and click on the section that interests you to read feedback or leave feedback about your seats.

4) There, you will be able to learn more about every section of every NHL arena, NFL stadium, MLB ballpark and NBA arena in the United States and Canada.

5) Be creative. Your feedback helps other fans decide where to sit. Any information that you think would be helpful is greatly appreciated.

 

 

 

Other Functions

  • Buy Tickets to your next game. Just click on the 'Buy Tickets' button on the top toolbar. We have provided fans with a long list of reputable ticket companies that will all carry tickets to the game or event you're looking for. Make sure you use the discount/coupon codes to save money on your ticket purchase.
  • See what your seats look like on video. Many of the sections' comments have a Youtube video provided shot from those very seats during a live game.
  • Find and book hotels near the stadium you're visiting. Hotel information is provided on each team's page.
  • Find out which hotels your favorite team stays in while on the road and book your stay. Each team's hotel information is included on each team's page.
  • Eliminate the headache and purchase parking ahead of time with our Partner "ParkWhiz". Available spots are listed on each team's page.
  • View seating charts for the stadium/arena you'll be visiting. Every team's page has it's own seating chart included.

 

 

 

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Which MLB Ballpark Are You Interested In?

  • Leave comments about your seats at MLB Ballparks.

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  • Read feedback before you purchase your MLB Tickets.

 

 

 

 

 

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Did You Know?

 

 

 

 

 

MLB Stadiums By Capacity

 

1. Dodger Stadium - 53,275

2. Coors Field - 50,490

3. Yankee Stadium - 50,291

4. Rogers Centre - 49,539

5. Globe Life Park in Arlington - 49,170

6. Chase Field - 49,033

7. Oriole Park at Camden Yards - 48,876

8. Safeco Field - 47,116

9. Busch Stadium - 46,861

10. Angel Stadium of Anaheim - 45,483

11. Citizens Bank Park - 43,647

12. Progressive Field - 43,545

13. Petco Park - 42,445

14. Great American Ball Park - 42,059

15. AT&T Park - 41,915

16. Miller Park - 41,900

17. Nationals Park - 41,888

18. Citi Field - 41,800

19. Comerica Park - 41,782

20. Wrigley Field - 41,160

21. SunTrust Park - 41,149

22. Minute Maid Park - 40,950

23.  Guaranteed Rate Field - 40,615

24. Target Field - 39,504

25. Kauffman Stadium - 39,000

26. PNC Park - 38,496

27. Fenway Park - 37,402

28. Marlins Park - 37,000

29. Tropicana Field - 36,973

30. Oakland Coliseum - 35,067

 

 

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Which NBA Arena Are You Interested In?

  • Leave comments about your seats at NBA arenas.

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  • Read feedback before you buy your NBA tickets.

 

 

 

 

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NBA Arenas By Capacity

1. United Center - 20,917

2. Quicken Loans Arena  - 20,562

3. Little Caesars Arena - 20,491

4. Wells Fargo Center - 20,328

5. Capital One Arena - 20,278

6. Moda Center - 19,980

7. Vivint Smart Home Arena - 19,911

8. Air Canada Centre - 19,800

9. Madison Square Garden - 19,763

10. American Airlines Arena - 19,600

11. Oracle Arena - 19,596

12. Target Center - 19,356

13. American Airlines Center - 19,200

14. Pepsi Center - 19,155

15. Spectrum Center - 19,077

16. Staples Center - 18,997

17. Amway Center - 18,846

18. Philips Arena - 18,729

19. BMO Harris Bradley Center - 18,717

20. TD Garden - 18,624

21. AT&T Center - 18,581

22. Talking Stick Resort Arena - 18,422

23. Chesapeake Energy Arena - 18,203

24. Bankers Life Fieldhouse - 18,165

25. FedexForum - 18,119

26. Toyota Center - 18,043

27. Barclays Center - 17,732

28. Golden 1 Center - 17,608

29. Smoothie King Center - 17,188

 

 

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Which NFL Stadium Are You Interested In?

 

  • Leave comments about your seats at NFL stadiums.

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  • Read feedback before you purchase your NFL tickets.

 

 

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NFL Stadiums By Capacity

 
1. Fedex Field - 85,000
2. Metlife Stadium - 82,566
3. Lambeau Field - 80,750
4. AT&T Stadium - 80,000
5. Arrowhead Stadium - 76,416
6. Sports Authority Field - 76,125
7. Hard Rock Stadium - 75,540
8. Bank of America Stadium - 73,778
9. Mercedes-Benz Superdome - 73,208
10. FirstEnergy Stadium - 73,200
11. New Era Field - 73,079
12. NRG Stadium - 71,054
13. M&T Bank Stadium - 71,008
14. Mercedes-Benz Stadium - 71,000
15. Los Angeles Stadium - 70,240
16. Nissan Stadium - 69,143
17. Gillette Stadium - 68,756
18. Lincoln Financial Field - 68,532
19. Levi's Stadium - 68,500
20. Everbank Field - 67,246
21. CenturyLink Field - 67,000
22. Raymond James Stadium - 65,890
23. Paul Brown Stadium - 65,535
24. Heinz Field - 65,050
25. Ford Field - 65,000
26. University of Phoenix Stadium - 63,400
27. Lucas Oil Stadium - 62,421
28. Soldier Field - 61,500
29. Oakland Coliseum - 53,200
 
 

Did You Know?

  • AT&T Stadium can be expanded to more than 100K in capacity to become the NFL's largest stadium.
  • Soldier Field is the oldest NFL stadium and serves as a memorial to American soldiers.
  • Franchises with domed stadiums or retractable roofs typically do very poorly in the NFL playoffs.
 
 
 
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Which NHL Arena Are You Interested In?

  • Leave comments about your seats at NHL arenas.

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  • Read feedback before you buy your NHL tickets.

 

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Did You Know?

  • 11 NHL arenas are also home to NBA teams.
  • The first Stanley Cup was purchased by Lord Stanley of Preston for ten guineas ($48.67).
  • NHL rinks are kept at 16 degrees Fahrenheit while the arenas are kept at 58 degrees.
 

 

 

 

NHL Arenas By Capacity

 

1. Bell Centre - 21,273

2. United Center - 21,000

3. Wells Fargo Center - 19,537

4. Little Caesars Arena - 19,515

5. Scotiabank Saddledome - 19,289

6. BB&T Center - 19,250

7. Amalie Arena - 19,204

8. Scottrade Center - 19,150

9. KeyBank Center - 19,070

10. Canadian Tire Centre - 19,153

11. Rogers Arena - 18,890

12. Air Canada Centre - 18,819

13. PNC Arena - 18,680

14. American Airlines Center - 18,532

15. Capital One Arena -18,398

16. PPG Paints Arena - 18,387

17. Rogers Place - 18,347

18. Madison Square Garden - 18,200

19. Nationwide Arena - 18,144

20. Staples Center - 18,118

21. Xcel Energy Center - 18,064

22. Pepsi Center - 18,007

23. Prudential Center - 17,625

24. TD Garden - 17,565

25. SAP Center at San Jose - 17,562

26. T-Mobile Arena - 17,500

27. Honda Center - 17,174

28. Gila River Arena - 17,125

29. Bridgestone Arena - 17,113

30. Barclays Center - 15,795

31. Bell MTS Place - 15,004

 

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Have you found From This Seat useful when purchasing your NHL, NFL, NBA and MLB tickets? Contact Us with your story. We love to hear from fans and need your feedback to improve and grow.

 

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Testimonials

 

"I was lucky enough to run across your website today when I was looking for Pittsburgh Steelers tickets for our family. I love From This Seat's concept and luckily, someone had left feedback on the sections we were looking for. Please do not stop what you're doing, fans find this information very useful as your company gives fans a sense of confidence before making their purchase. I will continue to use From This Seat before I buy my tickets to any event in the Pittsburgh area "

-Suzy

Allegheny City, PA

 

"I just added a comment on the seats I had as a New York Islanders season ticket holder. From This Seat is an adorable idea.  It's also a great forum for people to put their memories and it helps keep other fans from making big purchases on bad seats. Keep up the hard work, John. "

-Dee

Uniondale, NY

 

I appreciate you guys listing the coupon codes of the various ticket brokers on your website. It helps knock out a portion of those extra fees they charge for downloading and printing, delivery, etc. I also wanted to thank you for creating a website that allows fans to have their voice heard when they're unhappy with their seats. Those that attend games at Wrigley Field and Fenway Park with any regularity will find your website especially useful.

-Jason

Naperville, IL

 

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  • The Date of the game. What two teams were playing?
  • Where did you purchase the tickets and how much did you pay for them?
  • Were there any obstructions in your view?
  • How were the rows numbered or lettered? A thru Z? 1 thru 20?
  • Were the seats located on the aisle? In the middle of the row? How were the seats numbered/lettered?
  • Were the seats comfortable? Did you have plenty of leg space?
  • If you were a fan of the visiting team, how did the home team fans treat you?
  • What was the view from the seats like?
  • Were you a season ticket holder of these seats?
  • Would you pay for these seats again?
  • Was the section "kid-friendly" ?
  • Were the concessions and bathrooms within a convenient distance of these seats?
  • Anything else that will benefit the next fan to sit in those seats.

 

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