Seat view from section 138 at the Pepsi Center, home of the Denver Nuggets

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0 #3 Adam 2013-10-09 05:48
Our seats were in row 17. Better than anywhere we would have sat on the upper deck but 138 leaves you desiring much more. You will likely end up watching a good bit of the game on the big screens in upper center court because the view of the other end of the court is extremely limited. But you can't beat seeing an NBA game for $90 (two tickets). Would sit there again if that's all we had to pay.

For cheap parking, look for the Tundra lot on the other side of 12th street (opposite side of Camry Lot/Pepsi Center). It's only $10 per vehicle. However, if you're close to the C and E lines, ride those downtown and get off at the Pepsi Center stop. Light rail is fun, cheap and safe way to travel for Nuggets/Avalanche games. Especially if you plan on drinking at The Ridgeline or Brooklyn's before the game.
0 #2 Rusty 2013-01-02 05:19
138 is far from the best seats at the arena but I was still able to see the court well and enjoyed the Nuggets beating the Toronto Raptors big time. The seats themselves could stand to be more comfortable but the Nuggets will see a new arena before new seats are substituted. Most importantly 138 will give you close access to the food and bathroom lines. Plan those visits out accordingly because the long lines and crowded concourses can cause you to miss some parts of the game.
My only gripe is that the Pepsi Center usually only opens one hour before games begin. How does anyone have time to get to their seats on time and enjoy a drink or dinner before the game at the arena? Or even get autographs from the players?
0 #1 Daniel C 2012-01-22 08:22
The very back section of the endzone seating. Only benefit is you are close to the concessions and bathrooms. We sat in row 9, view is not the best but tickets were relatively cheap. $30 a piece.
The front part of section 140 sits in front of this one, much better seats.

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