Depending on the event, you may use a price dropdown or price slider to narrow your search to a specific range. Only seats that fall within your selected price range will be shown as "Matches your Search" on the map. Events that have only one standard admission price will not offer a dropdown or slider.
If you see this message above the map, you may not leave an empty seat at the end of a row or between selected seats. The note will become orange during seat selection if this happens. Event providers decide whether to require this on an event-by-event basis. Doing so ensures the maximum number of side-by-side seats is available for fans.
We plan to make the Interactive Seat Map an option on as many events as possible.
High-demand events are the exception. When a popular event first goes on sale, for example, we will require purchase using Choose Seats For Me to prevent major delays caused by too many fans trying to buy the same seats for the same event.
Yes. Click Choose Seats For Me above the map, and then select the number of tickets you want from a dropdown menu. You can further narrow your search using the optional price and section dropdowns. Finally, click Find Tickets. We will find and reserve the best available matching seats for you.
"It's easy to find Facebook friends who share their seat tags! Just expand "See who's sitting where" on the left, then click a name to zoom to their seat on the map.
Alternately, you can use the dropdown on the left to choose who to show on the map: "Friends Only" or "Everyone". Then just click the sections with Facebook flags to zoom to seats, and mouse over the seats with Facebook icons to see the people who are sharing their seat tags.
Because tickets sometimes change hands after purchase, we don't limit the number of people who can tag a seat. For example, say your friend bought a ticket and tagged the seat, but can't make it to the event - so you wind up with the ticket. You can still tag the seat to show that you'll be sitting there now, even if your friend neglects to remove their seat tag (although you might politely ask that friend to remove it so there's no confusion).