Seat view from section 120 at the United Center, home of the Chicago Bulls


#2 Warner 2013-10-04 02:24
Right above the Pacers locker room!
Our view of the opposite side of the court was very minimal. Also couldn't see the lines on the floor too well to see what was a 3 pointer, two pointer, etc. We would have been lost without the scoreboard in upper center court.
Also, what new era arena doesn't have cup holders? Be extremely careful where you place your beer when coming to games! It could easily get knocked over if you sit it on the floor thanks to an exiting fan.

Parking is extremely expensive at Bulls/Blackhawks games. There are surface lots all over the arena grounds but I recommend taking one of the Chicago Transit Authority Buses to the game for safety and to save money. Hope this review has helped!
#1 Tanvi 2012-07-23 06:11
Sections located in the corners of NBA arenas are also pretty crappy because of the tunnels that the players come in and out of. The sight lines are usually poor as compared to the side lines and that is certainly true at the United Center.
Some corner sections at other arenas are angled very well like at Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte for example.

I've sat in 120 only once years ago for a Bulls-Knicks game. I paid probably around $80 for my seat at the time, this was during their down years post Jordan and pre Rose. Although I was in row 5 and only a few rows from the court, I can tell you that there are much better places to sit than section 120; even in the 200s. 120 is always better than any section in the 300s, that is for certain.

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