Barclays Center

Brooklyn Nets Upper Corner Seating

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Sitting Here for a Basketball Game

Corner sections on the upper seating tier can be home to both good value for watching a basketball game, as well as some of the worst seats in the Barclays Center.

If at all possible, we strongly recommend avoiding Sections 205, 211, 221, and 227. The views from these sections will be some of the furthest (especially in the back rows), and the seats closer to center court will have you awkwardly facing straight ahead creating a difficult head turn to see the far basket.

On the flip side, you can find some good seats for being on the upper level in Sections 204, 212, 220, and 228. Tickets are more affordable, the seats point nicely towards center court for a comfortable view, and with no more than 15 rows in each section and entry tunnels just above Row 7, you'll never be left with a long walk to the concourse.  - RateYourSeats.com

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Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

  • "Super high up & weirdly dark"

    (Section 211) - -

    I mean, they were $40 seats for golden state v Nets so no, they sort of sucked. Super high up with super steep stairs and not much room. That being side, I liked being on the side better than behind the basket because even though you were high you got a good view of the action. Again, it was weird...

  • "Awful for concert"

    (Section 205) - -

    Can't see any of the stage or performer. The worst, shouldn't be sold. If for Bball...probably OK. Only slightly above the rafters and about half a mile from court.

  • "Bad, but I'm biased"

    (Section 222) - -

    I was here for a concert. It's almost impossible to see the stage very well from where I was (very last row of the last section) and the ticket was about fifty bucks, but you can still hear very well, and I got to see one of my favorite bands ever, THE WHO!!! Bring binoculars or a zoom camera. I ...

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