Seat view from section 227 at the Target Center, home of the Minnesota Timberwolves


#1 Tyler Wilkes 2012-11-17 18:19
Most of the seating at the Target Center is focused on the lower level, especially behind the goals. The upper deck seemed very small but it's all about perception I guess. I didn't like the way these seats were angled. They didn't face the court as well as I would have liked. They're cheap seats though so I can't complain too much. I had row V which was one of the last few rows and was near the top of the arena. You will want to sit as close to row A as possible but those seats are likely tough to come by since there are so few seats to a row at the bottom of the section.

You can expect to pay anywhere between $5-$15 for these seats even when the Lakers and Heat are in town so if you don't enjoy these seats at least you won't be out a ton of money. I have sat on the lower level for Timberwolves games as well as once game in the suites and each level gives you a completely different game experience I will say.

Yes, the Twin City winters are brutal and basketball is played during the winter but the organization had the brilliant idea to construct walkways leading into the arena from the parking garages so fans don't have to venture outdoors. You will appreciate that when visiting the Target Center.

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