View from section 131 at Vivint Smart Home Arena, home of the Utah Jazz.

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0 #1 J. Stevens 2013-11-12 00:19
Awesome seats! Once bought a small season package with a few buddies one season and this is where we sat for those games. It was very affordable to see at least a few games each season without being burdened to purchase tickets for all 41 home games. You'll be midcourt with a great view of the floor below as well as the new jumbotron. Aside from the suites, there is only the upper level at the Delta Center, no club seats or "party areas" like some arenas have so the view from the upper deck is quality. The rows in 131 are labeled 1 through 21 with roughly 20-25 seats in each row. Most of the upper level sections are identical, some with fewer rows.

The arena has shown little signs of aging, especially after they took out the old scoreboard. The only thing I don't like is how shoulder to shoulder the walkways become at halftime and before the game. That's not always the story at every arena either, at the Pacers arena in Indianapolis, the walkways are extremely wide and allow for good traffic flow. The concessions cost an arm and a leg as you could imagine. Beers are right around $7. They only serve Pepsi products for soft drinks. They have a stand called Grille Works that offer Pastrami Hamburgers and Philly Cheesesteaks, both are excellent. If you're in the mood for more of a sit down meal, there are tons of restaurants at both the Gateway Mall and City Creek Center. "Bout Time Pub and Grub" is probably my favorite but the City Creek Center has a Cheesecake Factory which appeals to pretty much everyone. Make sure you have your photo taken next to the bonze Malone/Stockton statues in front of the arena!

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