Bell Centre Ticket Information - Montreal Canadiens Games
Take note of the following Bell Centre seating details as you shop for Canadiens vs Stars tickets to the highly anticipated NHL showdown on January 27, 2015.
Bell Centre Seating Guide
Red Level (Sections 101-124) - Make the most of your next trip to the home of the Habs by securing Bell Centre Red Level tickets today. Be one of the lucky few fans to sit in Platinum seats in the first row or place yourself in line with the faceoff circle in Prestige Centre Ice seats. The majority of Red Level rows begin with Row AA, but Centre Ice Sections 101 and 103 begin with Row C.
White Level (Sections 301-336) - The White Level is the third tier of seating at the Bell Centre and is located in between the Club Level and the Blue Level. All rows on the White Level run A-F.
Blue Level (Sections 401-436) - Montreal hockey lovers can find the cheapest seats on game night in the stadium's fourth level of seating. Bell Centre Blue Level ticket holders will be seated in Rows A-D.
Bell Centre Premium Seating
Club Desjardins (Sections 201-224) - Bell Centre Club Desjardins tickets are the ideal seating option for fans looking for an all-inclusive deal. In addition to all-you-can-eat concessions, Club Desjardins features top-class amenities like free coat check, access to the Centre Bell Pub, and wider stadium seats.
Luxury Suites - Rent one of the Bell Centre's luxury suites to watch the Canadiens play in total comfort. Suite ticket holders are served by a dedicated hostess/host and have the advantage of sitting in either the suite's indoor or exterior seating areas.
Bell Centre Gate Times
The Bell Centre opens its doors precisely one hour and a half prior to each home contest.
Bell Centre Handicap Seating
There are fifty-eight different wheelchair accessible locations throughout the Bell Centre. Vivid Seats can provide you with great Canadiens handicap tickets from the first game of the season through the Stanley Cup Playoffs.