laker42fan wrote:Pig Miller
So, what seats did you end up getting?
Gtward wrote:I also attended the select a seat event. I will be in sect 301, it's exciting to finally become a sth. I actually couldn't believe how many avail seats there were. While my 2 seats are center of nosebleed they are unfortunately piggy back. I felt as though its a better view than behind the basket which were the only other avail options.
Gtward wrote:My appointment time was 6:30-7pm although I arrived early at 6pm and was able to begin my selection ahead of appt time. I saw plenty of 300 level side by side pairs although none were central. There were plenty of 200 lvl seats which I was tempted by. Ultimately I felt those were out of my price range :( I'm hoping sooner rather than later I'll be able to have side by side seats in the same section.
l8kerstud wrote:My bro and I finally got the call to select our seats as well (6 years on the waiting list)! Our appointment was at 8, and that's about the time we got to go! We were looking at the 200s, but I felt it was too rich for my blood. So we went with our original plan, to get as close to center seats as possible in the 300s. We got section 302, and side by side seats. The only thing is that it's row 15, so our backs are literally against the wall! Hopefully we can move up a few rows in the next few years or so! The whole process was pretty incredible! We're both so excited because it's been a life long dream of mine (as I'm sure it is with most here) of being a LAL STH!
LAKEROC wrote:I would have thought with the aging Kobe, and the dismal supporting cast, it would be much easier to get season tickets to the Lakers these day, no? Can one actually get tickets in the 100's for season tickets, if they have the money, or are they not even available?
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