MTS Centre Ticket Information - Winnipeg Jets
While searching for Winnipeg Jets vs St. Louis Blues tickets, you can use the following information to find the right seats at the MTS Centre.
MTS Centre Seating Guide
100 Level (Sections 101-127) - Find seats in the lower bowl inside the home of the Winning Jets in Goal, Centre, and Corner seats. To sit behind the Jets bench, book MTS Centre 100 Level tickets in Section 119. The Jets Attack Zone faces End Seating Sections 111-113.
200 Level (Sections 202-228) - Fans sitting on the 200 Level will have an optimal view of every shot, pass, and body check at the MTS Centre. Featuring easy access to concessions and rest rooms, the 200 Level is a great option to consider when you go see the Jets this season in Winnipeg.
300 Level (Sections 301-330) - You can catch a thrilling NHL contest and save money when you buy 300 Level tickets at the MTS Centre. Sections 305-306 on the east end of the arena and Sections 320-321 on the west end of the arena are located at center ice. You can click on any highlighted 300 Level sections to view all available tickets in that part of the arena.
MTS Centre Premium Seating
Party Suites (Sections S1-S48) - The Suite Level consists of 48 suites that completely surround the rink in between the 200 Level and 300 Level. Enjoy the comforts of your private box this season when you buy MTS Centre party suite tickets. The exclusive rooms are great for celebrations and business networking. There are also four event suites available for Jets games that can host as many as 44 guests.
Glass Seats - The easiest way to get into the game is to get as close as physically possible to ice at the MTS Centre. Glass tickets will place in the first row of the arena, only a few feet away from the high-octane NHL action.
MTS Centre Gate Times
Enter the MTS Centre as early as 90 minutes prior to game time.
MTS Centre Handicap Seating
Winnipeg Jets handicap tickets can be purchased in eleven different seating sections at the MTS Centre. The facility also features accessible restrooms, lowered water fountains, assisted listening devices, and ample handicap parking.