Questions about Brooklyn seats

inmyohiotreeinmyohiotree Posts: 311
edited August 2013 in The Porch
My wife is 5-2. Before I spend a bunch of money I figured I'd ask some of the faithful for there advice. Do you think we would be better off in the last couple rows of lower level or the very first row of upper deck. Thanks :D :D
Brooklyn 1,2 13
Chicago EV 08 11 13
Cleveland 94 98 03 06 10
Cincinatti 06
Columbus 00 03 10
Detroit 06 EV 11 14
Grand Rapids 06
Hershey 03
Jacksonville EV 12
Moline 14
Montreal 05
Milwaukee EV 08
Nobelsville 03
Ottawa 05
Pittsburgh 06 13
Toledo 96 04

WRIGLEY 13
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  • JB128716JB128716 Posts: 2,064
    First row. No brainer for me no matter how tall or short you are.
    92 - Orlando
    03 - Tampa
    08 - Tampa
    12 - DeLuna Fest, EV Orlando 1 & 2, EV Ft Lauderdale 1 & 2
    13 - Wrigley!!! ,Brooklyn 1 & 2, Hartford, OKC, Seattle
    14 - Leeds, Milton Keynes, St Louis
    16 - Ft Lauderdale, Miami, Tampa, Jacksonville, Wrigley 1 & 2
  • JB128716 wrote:
    First row. No brainer for me no matter how tall or short you are.
    Even if its upper deck?
    Brooklyn 1,2 13
    Chicago EV 08 11 13
    Cleveland 94 98 03 06 10
    Cincinatti 06
    Columbus 00 03 10
    Detroit 06 EV 11 14
    Grand Rapids 06
    Hershey 03
    Jacksonville EV 12
    Moline 14
    Montreal 05
    Milwaukee EV 08
    Nobelsville 03
    Ottawa 05
    Pittsburgh 06 13
    Toledo 96 04

    WRIGLEY 13
  • JB128716JB128716 Posts: 2,064
    Never been to Barclays so maybe i should have never answered the OP, but first row upper level is typically closer than last row lower level.

    Plus no one is in your way.

    If you go to Barclays website, they have a tool so you could see what your view would be like.

    Lastly, I wouldn't pay anything above a beer higher than the original price for the tickets.
    92 - Orlando
    03 - Tampa
    08 - Tampa
    12 - DeLuna Fest, EV Orlando 1 & 2, EV Ft Lauderdale 1 & 2
    13 - Wrigley!!! ,Brooklyn 1 & 2, Hartford, OKC, Seattle
    14 - Leeds, Milton Keynes, St Louis
    16 - Ft Lauderdale, Miami, Tampa, Jacksonville, Wrigley 1 & 2
  • JB128716 wrote:
    Never been to Barclays so maybe i should have never answered the OP, but first row upper level is typically closer than last row lower level.

    Plus no one is in your way.

    If you go to Barclays website, they have a tool so you could see what your view would be like.

    Lastly, I wouldn't pay anything above a beer higher than the original price for the tickets.
    Well usually I wouldn't either but its pearl jam and an excuse for a nice getaway from Cleveland. Sometimes you have to bite the bullet and do whatever it takes to go. I tried the other options but wasn't successful. ;)
    Brooklyn 1,2 13
    Chicago EV 08 11 13
    Cleveland 94 98 03 06 10
    Cincinatti 06
    Columbus 00 03 10
    Detroit 06 EV 11 14
    Grand Rapids 06
    Hershey 03
    Jacksonville EV 12
    Moline 14
    Montreal 05
    Milwaukee EV 08
    Nobelsville 03
    Ottawa 05
    Pittsburgh 06 13
    Toledo 96 04

    WRIGLEY 13
  • iamloco724iamloco724 Brooklyn NYPosts: 1,251
    in barclays i prefer lower level or mid level no matter what, the upper level in the arena is very steep ive also heard mix things about sound up there

    but ive been in the lower level and the mid level (100s) and all those are great
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  • CO278952CO278952 Posts: 344
    iamloco724 wrote:
    in barclays i prefer lower level or mid level no matter what, the upper level in the arena is very steep ive also heard mix things about sound up there

    but ive been in the lower level and the mid level (100s) and all those are great

    steep shouldn't matter too much opposite the stage. i got section 219 and it looks like the sections opposite the stage are lower than the upper level sections on the sides and have fewer rows as well. sound shouldn't be an issue from head on.
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    7/12/03 Hershey, PA — 7/14/03 Holmdel, NJ — 6/12/08 Tampa, FL — 11/28/12 EV Orlando, FL
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  • SuziemaySuziemay Posts: 11,146
    There's a 3d seating chart on the Barclays website. That might help.

    Never sat in upper sections so I can't comment specifically but I always pick lower level. Feels closer to the action :)
  • Yea I'm just worried that my wife won't be able to see if were in the last couple rows. I'm thinking 1st row in upper deck might be my best option
    Brooklyn 1,2 13
    Chicago EV 08 11 13
    Cleveland 94 98 03 06 10
    Cincinatti 06
    Columbus 00 03 10
    Detroit 06 EV 11 14
    Grand Rapids 06
    Hershey 03
    Jacksonville EV 12
    Moline 14
    Montreal 05
    Milwaukee EV 08
    Nobelsville 03
    Ottawa 05
    Pittsburgh 06 13
    Toledo 96 04

    WRIGLEY 13
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