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So I'm going to be coming down to St. Louis early 2014 to see a couple games live. I'm pretty stoked. I've been there once before about 12 years ago when I was a junior in high school. I'm just curious where you all think are the best places to sit for a game. Since I don't make it down very often I'd like to make it count.
I appreciate any feedback.
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It really depends on how much you are willing to spend, but I would say as close as you can get to center ice. There are no pillars or other vision blockages that I've ever noticed, so if you are close to the middle, your view should be great, no matter how far back from the ice you are.
If you have to sit on one of the ends, sit at the end where the Blues attack twice.
Having sat in many different locations over the years, I've always been pleased with the view.
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I always say you can't go wrong if you sit high in the lower bowl or lower in the upper bowl. There really isn't a bad sight line in KielSavvisTrade unless you get close to the glass and then some parts of the ice are obstructed. I'd tell you to sit in the upper/middle of the lower bowl, but those are the club seats and a bit more expensive. But if you want to shell out the cash, those are nice seats too.
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