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Phoenix Suns Arena

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Phoenix Suns Arena

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ciaobabie wrote a review Feb 2021
Phoenix, Arizona220 contributions44 helpful votes
The outside appearance has not changed, but once you step inside, you will be amazed at the newly remodeled Phoenix Suns arena! The spectacular scoreboard, the many bars, new eating choices, the bright openness of the space and animated graphics are all great. The Suns are doing great, too! I’ve always believed working environments influences success! The views are great now from everywhere. They are taking greatly appreciated safety precautions during the pandemic. We finally have cup holders now :) My only disappointment is the end zone lower level seats are still not roomy enough. My knees were against the seat in front and I am an average height woman. Very difficult for anyone to enter the row without everyone having to stand up and even then it would be challenging. If u are tall or overweight you might need to order an aisle. Not a big issue during the pandemic (you have a row to yourself); but when we return to a full house...
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Date of experience: February 2021
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coljrc wrote a review Mar 2020
40 contributions4 helpful votes
We visited the Talking Stick Resort Arena for. Phoenix Suns basketball game. Our first impression was that the place is a little out of date. The seating bowl if fine but the consources are narrow and crowded. The food selections were interesting but very crowded.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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bruce p wrote a review Mar 2020
Albuquerque, New Mexico4,118 contributions899 helpful votes
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This is the home of the Phoenix Suns in downtown Phoenix. Are parking a couple of blocks out for only $5. Which is nice. The staff here is very friendly. The Concourse is there pretty tight though. And though they do have some food options the portions are very small. They have Jim Beam Style french fries that have nothing to do with Jim Beam and no seasoning taste at all and cost you $7 to what's the equivalent of small McDonald's fries. The state lines of the seats are very nice though. They do have a nice Trinitron and screens for easy viewing throughout. Weird thing is they have their scoreboard backwards. The home team should always be on the right when you're looking at a left right scenario. If you're doing an over-under scenario the home team should be on the bottom. This is annoying to the sports fan. I do have to say that the dancers that the Suns have are probably the best I've seen in the NBA lots of enthusiasm and energy and a good-sized team.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Scuffy13 wrote a review Jan 2020
Glendale, Arizona750 contributions103 helpful votes
Saw the Pacers play the Suns and it was a good crowd. Delighted how easy the parking was. Very friendly staff.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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KAREN E wrote a review Jan 2020
Sun City West, Arizona5 contributions1 helpful vote
Our seats were up high in section 203 but we were amazed at the great view of the game. Easy to get to, find our seats and enjoy the game.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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