Seat view from section 119 at the Scottrade Center, home of the St. Louis Blues

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#1 Anthony R 2012-08-06 00:47
First off, never get up out of your seat during a play at the Scottrade Center. The fans will let you have it and I found out the hard way when I went to get another beer. You have plenty of time to move around during the intermission so do so then.

How were my seats in 119? Amazing. The corner views are very solid and the seats are sealed tight against the glass. The rows are lettered A thru Z and then AA thru KK. There are too many rows on the lower level if you ask me. Sitting close to the glass means you have quiet the hike to your seats.

As for the arena overall, the views of the ice are decent even from the top levels, and you can find some great bargains on Blues tickets.

The pro shops are always updated, and prices are reasonable for housing a hockey team who typically boast expensive prices. Concessions are plentiful, and there are many vendors. Ushers are beyond elderly, but they're usually very friendly.

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