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Seat view from section 117 at the Wells Fargo Center, home of the Philadelphia 76ers

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0 #3 John M 2013-10-31 04:18
To give you an idea what the view of the court is like from section 117, here is a Youtube video shot from there during a 76ers/Miami Heat game at the Wells Fargo Center.

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0 #2 J.G. 2013-01-02 18:29
My family and I purchased tickets in row 20, seats 6-12. These are great seats. The row only consists of 12 seats altogether. The restrooms are located right next to the entrance to the section, which was convenient. Once you enter the arena, the row is right there...I want to say no stairs, but there may be one or two steps up to the row.

I enjoyed the elevated view from row 20. I probably wouldn't want to go below row 8 or 10 (personal preference). We could clearly see the players on the court.

This section sits to the left of the backboard, and the visiting team's bench is 6 sections to the right. Sixer's bench was difficult for me to see, as they are on the other end of the arena. If I have the chance to return, I will definitely choose this section. I liked the seats that much!
+1 #1 Kim C 2012-12-10 06:36
I've sat in section 117 a number of times since a good friend of mine always purchases season tickets there. He doesn't always use them and sometimes invites me to tag along. What's cool is that there is no tunnel down in front so your seats will sit a little closer to the action than the other three sections in the far corner of the court.

His seats are in row 14. That's about half way up the section so getting to the concourse is never really a problem. I can leave during a stoppage of play to go to the restroom or get a concession item and be back before play has resumed. That's close. (All of the concessions accept credit cards).

I know that our seats used to not have cup holders but from what I hear, the Wells Fargo Center has began to implement cup holders at every seat which is important. I'm sure a lot of beer gets spilled in that place; it's Philadelphia.

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