Seat view from Section 10 at the AT&T Center, home of the San Antonio Spurs

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0 #2 Brandon Sanchez 2013-11-05 19:34
Easily the nicest arena I've been in. They keep this place spotless at all times. Section 10 is also easily one of the nicer places to sit for a Spurs game. We sat behind the Trail Blazers sideline area in row 8. Those seats are really close to the floor, close enough to hear some of the chatter on the court amongst the players. I really liked that all of the seats in the lower bowl are in small sections so no one is sitting in one giant section. For that same reason, it may make it harder for some fans to find their seats. The only thing I think they should change about the ATT Center is that they only open the arena doors an hour before tipoff unless they've changed it. This creates a big line when trying to get through security and doesn't allow fans enough time to sit down and eat at some of the sit down restaurants in the arena like "Headliners" near the West entrance. Also, make sure you find the Spurs' championship trophies that they have on display for fans. It's really neat.
0 #1 Luis 2012-10-28 04:50
If you're a fan of the visiting team, section 10 is the place to be because it sits behind the visitor's bench. The rows are lettered 4 thru 13 so jump all over row 4 if you can swing the ticket costs. The basketball court is so small that any seat will feel like you're right on the court. What I liked the most was the cement wall behind our seats that acted as kind of a separator. It's like your own private level section. They call this area the 'charter level' and there will be ushers to check tickets at the bottom so there is no way someone will ever be in your seats that isn't supposed to be there.

The ushers guard the entire arena pretty heavily so don't think you can buy the $10 upper level seats and sneak down.

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