Seat view from section 101 at the Toyota Center, home of the Houston Rockets

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0 #3 Miguel 2013-10-13 02:16
I've had seats here for many Rockets games in the past. I always go for the end zone seats since they're the cheapest on the lower level. With only two levels of seats, the sideline seats are all overpriced club seats.
Section 101 is huge so you definitely should pay attention to which seats you buy. The seats at the base don't have as high of a pitch so you probably won't be able to see the other side of the court as well - all of those seats will have lettered rows.

I think rows 7-15 are perfect - Not too close to the court but high enough for the best possible angle. As far as price, these seats will set you back $50-$70 a ticket but that was before Dwight Howard and James Harden had arrived so I'm sure these same seats are $100 a piece now.

I love this arena. It's easily accessed by the Metro light rail system which would eliminate the need to scramble and pay for parking before the game. There are some great bars in the area, including BUS which maybe the most well known bar in the closest proximity to the Toyota Center. Locals are always willing to recommend their favorite spot, so just ask one if you end up visiting the city. And if at all possible, try to take in a Rockets game on Saturday and a Texans game on Sunday. Both venues are simply phenomenal.
-1 #2 John M 2013-10-12 23:07
To give you an idea what the view of the court is like from section 101, here is a Youtube video shot from there before a Rockets/San Antonio Spurs game at the Toyota Center.

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+2 #1 Paul Alexander 2011-11-27 21:43
Sat here for a Rockets/Spurs game last season in row F. Seats are cushioned, very comfortable with plenty of leg room. 14 or so seats per row.
Rows are lettered A thru M. Love section 101. Close to all of the action. Rockets have been down in recent years but you won't regret buying tickets in this section.

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