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Avs and Nuggets

This is a well laid out venue, parking was not as easy as I would have liked but expected. I’ve sat... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
tdthatcher
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Laramie, Wyoming
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Excellent

Great venue and great atmosphere.i love my hometown Denver.i miss it to by the way.everything... read more

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Wheaton, Maryland
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Reviewed March 2, 2018 via mobile

Came to the Pepsi Center for a Monday night Avalanche game. Entry into the parking lot was easy and the parking price ($15.00 credit card, $20.00 cash) was reasonable for the NHL. There are lots of concessions on each level with lots of choices. Prices are on par with most big city arenas. The seating is comfortable and the sight lines good. A very nice arena for hockey.

Date of experience: March 2018
1  Thank Z9433AImikew
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Reviewed February 25, 2018 via mobile

Had a great time watching Denver play Houston at the Arena, my first basketball game. Sport in the USA really knows how to put on the show and the athleticism on show was incredible. Views were excellent and there was a good choice of food and drink available. Recommended.

Date of experience: February 2018
Thank badger491
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Reviewed February 18, 2018

We went to see an Avalanche game. The seating, screens, sound, and overall experience was as good as you can find anywhere.

Date of experience: February 2018
Thank 737lucasp
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Reviewed February 12, 2018

Went here to see the Nuggets take on the Boston Celtics and enjoyed the game experience. Was able to bring in my attachable camera lens as long as it's not longer than a credit card length. It's nice to be able to take in your camera if you enjoy photography. On this night, the Nuggets lost a close game but it was exciting.

I found the concessions expensive but that is the norm nowadays at sporting events/stadiums/arenas. They offer a lot of different choices and have a nice bar area on the club level. On the club level they also offer a all-you-can-eat restaurant that is expensive but if you want a complete dining experience at a sporting event you have that option but you must have a club level ticket to get to it.

We spent about a $100 for our tickets in section 116 in a lower level row but you can spend a lot more or less if you're willing to sit in the 3rd level (highest level). Not sure how much 3rd level seats run but you're looking over $150 per ticket if you want a good lower level ticket depending on the opponents. For some games the Nuggets offer specials like get a beverage, hot dog and ticket (usually in the 3rd level) for under $50 or family packages for 4 tickets.

Most of the time I find the ushers pleasant but I've encountered a couple before that can be difficult if you're taking pictures or trying to get closer to the bench after the game. These ushers come across as jerks unfortunately instead of treating you like a valued customer. If you come across somebody like that I would recommend complaining to a supervisor on the spot.

If you're visiting the Denver area and have a chance to see the Nuggets or Avalanche play here you will enjoy the experience. The Pepsi Center also offers concerts too and I've enjoyed seeing Jason Aldean, Blake Shelton & Matchbox Twenty there. They charge for parking (I believe it's $15 if you pay by credit card or $20 if you're paying by cash). The Pepsi Center is located near downtown so you can ride the RTD Light Rail because it has a stop next to the arena but I can't comment on it because I've never used it before.

Date of experience: February 2018
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Reviewed February 8, 2018

We visited on the Emmanuel Mudiay for Devin Harris Trade day.

Mudiay items were on clearance. The building is nice and its perfect for Pepsi Fans

Date of experience: February 2018
Thank JimDeBerry
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