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10-08-2013, 09:57 AM
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Limited view seatings?

Hello Rangers fans, planning a trip to NY in april and that trip should include a Rangers game at MSG. I was looking at the last 2 home games in april and it seems there's only somewhat expensive seats and limited view -seats available. So the question is, how bad are those 414-418 limited view seats to watch a hockey game?

If those are really bad seats, I'll take the more expensive 101/204 seats.

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To be honest, nobody really knows yet, since we haven't been at the new arena yet.

You could get a better answer at the start of November, after they've actually played a home game

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To be honest, nobody really knows yet, since we haven't been at the new arena yet.

You could get a better answer at the start of November, after they've actually played a home game
the seats were in place last year.

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the seats were in place last year.
Without bridges...

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Without bridges...
they will not be affected by the bridges at all.

OP here is the virtual seating chart so you can get an idea as to what the view would be. http://rangers.io-media.com/

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Hi Pepper.

Hope everything is well with you.

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Hi Pepper.

Hope everything is well with you.
Ummm thanks, I guess.

That virtual tour is pretty nice but it doesn't quite tell whether you're able to see the jumbotron from upper 418 (limited view) seats or does the overhead "ledge" block the view.

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Ummm thanks, I guess.

That virtual tour is pretty nice but it doesn't quite tell whether you're able to see the jumbotron from upper 418 (limited view) seats or does the overhead "ledge" block the view.
lol, why are you worried about the jumbotron (which you will not see BTW) when you're not even going to see the net that the Rangers shoot twice on!

That's why they only sell row 6 & 7 for $30 on a full season basis

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lol, why are you worried about the jumbotron (which you will not see) when you're not even going to see the net that the Rangers shoot twice on!
i don't care if i can't see either goal...but i won't go if i can't see the scoreboard.

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lol, why are you worried about the jumbotron (which you will not see BTW) when you're not even going to see the net that the Rangers shoot twice on!
Well, if I can't see even the jumbotron from there, I guess it's an easy choice.

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You could also wait and see if anyone on here has tickets available to the games you want, or wait and see what happens to prices on stubhub. The games could wind up meaning a lot, or nothing, so the pricing could change a lot as the games get closer.

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Save your money.

This overpriced hodgepodge of players put together with no thought is not worth spending money on.

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Horrid. I sat in one of them last year and couldn't see one of the nets.

Spend the little extra to see the entire ice. It ruins the game.

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Save your money.

This overpriced hodgepodge of players put together with no thought is not worth spending money on.
Stop watching the team then.

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Save your money.

This overpriced hodgepodge of players put together with no thought is not worth spending money on.
Nothing better than going to a hockey game live, way more exciting than baseball, basketball, or even football. And the Rangers are a good team

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Nothing better than going to a hockey game live, way more exciting than baseball, basketball, or even football. And the Rangers are a good team
don't hold your breath.

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don't hold your breath.
You sound like maybe you're better suited to be an Islanders fan

Rangers started off 2-5 in 2011-12 and ended up 2 points from the Presidents trophy

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