Seating Options in Rogers Arena - Canucks Game

Many people are intimidated by the sheer size of Rogers Arena and do not know where to sit. This is understandable. Tickets are not cheap so you want to get the best bang for your buck!

If you want to sit in the lower bowl, I suggest corners and center ice rows 9 and above! This ensures that you have an unobstructed view!

If you want upper bowl, anywhere is good. Don’t think you are cheaping out. There are no bad seats in the house. When sitting in the upper bowl, you get a great vantage point to watch the game. Unlike many venues, Rogers Arena does not have “nosebleed” seats.

If you really want to know what the vantage point will be like, Discount Ticket Service has a fully interactive seating chart online which will allow you to see the exact view from your potential seats! Game on!

Making your ticket selection easy.

Making your ticket selection easy.

Here’s what other people are saying.

“Careful if your seats in the lower bowl corners. Those sections have one continuous row of about 30 or 40 seats.”So if you’re in the middle of that row, and you’re a frequent ‘pee person’, think about that.”

“I like the upper bowl! Loud fans and great view of the whole ice rink overall.”

“If you can get into the Centre Ice Club (Brewhouse) the view is pretty rad. Great food and service too.”

“Row 1 right next to the visiting team’s penalty box. You really begin to appreciate how fast the game really is from those seats. ”

“In terms of the best viewing experience, you can’t beat the upper bowl.”

Discount Ticket Service is your ticket hub if you want to buy and/or sell your tickets. We are truly never sold out.

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