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Scottrade Center, Saint Louis

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  • First time at the Scottrade for us. We decided to make a day of the trip so we parked at Union Station around 12 noon. We ate at The Hard Rock Cafe (our meal cost 34.00-they take Military Discounts) T...  more »
  • Although lines were very long at start of each session, security did a very good job getting everyone in fairly quickly. Event management did a good job keeping main floor clear of people standing whi...  more »
  • I recently attended a concert at the Scottrade Center in St Louis , MO and I pray I don't have to return soon. First, it's a horrible concert venue. When you watch the entire show on a big screen even...  more »
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  • I think this is a great place to watch a game. Now giving it five stars, I am aware this is not the greatest arena to catch an NHL game. However, the five star rating justified on the fact that, for the price of attending a game, it is one of the best values in the league. Parking, food, and tickets are cheap in comparison to other venues. (Sure, you can go to Pittsburgh and catch a slightly better show. But you will spend three times as much in the process (which would only be worth it if some hits Crosby hard.)) For a middle class family, this is a great place to watch a game.
  • I have been going to the Scottrade Center for years. Overall, I have always had a great experience. For wheelchair accessible parking you need to arrive early. Staff are very helpful in locating seats or helping move your concessions to your seat. The lower levels have spacious, clean bathrooms with 1-2 accessible stalls with grab bars. Wheelchair accessible seating on the lower levels is easy to get to and from, some of the sections have bump outs so when people in front of you stand you can still see. Accessible seating on the top level is my least favorite, the top level does not seem as clean. The accessible seating is in a room of it's own and all open. It seems that when people have not purchased accessbiel seat but need them this is where they are sent, so if you purchased your ticket on this level then it can get crowded and difficult to see.
  • Here for the NCAA wrestling tournament. The crowd management for the event was really awful, but improved as the 3 day event went on. The staff here was all very friendly and helpful. The arena offers lots of yummy concessions and there are a lot of good hotels, bars, and restaurants within walking distance. Ultimately, we enjoyed our overall fan experience here.
  • Our seats for the Roger Waters concert we're broken and felt like we were going to fall into the row below us! For $75 a ticket, you would think we could at least sit somewhat comfortably! Not coming back until they remodel!!!
  • The locker rooms were adequate and I've even been placed in the NHL ref's locker room before. Its much nicer as expected but the other locker rooms are adequate with plenty of space for 3 to change plus a bathroom including a shower. The ice surface is excellent as is expected for a NHL playing surface. The staff at the rink is very helpful and understanding that new-comers don't know where to go and will help you get to the right place. Lastly, there is security so that is nice to know they dont let just anyone in the door.