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“Modern NBA venue with good sightlines, nod to historical success”
Review of AT&T Center

AT&T Center
Ranked #28 of 286 things to do in San Antonio
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Reviewed April 2, 2018

While in town for the NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four, I went over to AT&T Center to see a San Antonio Spurs game against the rival Houston Rockets. The building was modern and clean, with good sightlines on all levels. On the main 100s level, there's a nice nod to Spurs history and a unique thank-you area for long-time season ticket members.

We sat upstairs in the 200 level, and had a great view of the action. Concessions were solid and moderately priced. The HEB Fan Zone was a more social experience in one of the upper end zones with bars, high-top rounds, and a solid view of the game.

AT&T Center pumped in canned music on every possession of the game, and the public address announcer screamed "DE-fense" after a made Spurs field goal. Neither was necessary, and both were distracting. It's a shame they pumped in so much artificial noise; the Spurs fans were loud and into the game throughout -- but it was hard to hear them over the incessant blaring music. Other areas of in-game entertainment were great. The two emcees, the dance team, and The Coyote mascot kept fans entertained during the lengthy television timeouts.

Ample parking was available on-site for $20, and getting in and out of the building was a breeze. Go Spurs Go!

Thank mcgowan06
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Reviewed April 1, 2018

This is a fitting facility for the NBA Team that has defined team ball for many many years. Watching a game in AT&T Center is a real treat, but the seats will cost you.

Thank RC K
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Reviewed April 1, 2018

My son was lucky enough to take 10 friends to the ATT Center. I worked with group sales - Danny - and he was AWESOME! The boys had the opportunity to be in the tunnel when the Spurs ran out and it was a life memory for sure. Danny and his team were organized and very accommodating! The Spurs are such a class organization and I am thrilled that group sales lived up to our expectations.

Thank Sonja S
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Reviewed March 31, 2018

I attended my first (and perhaps only) Spurs game. It was exciting to see the Championship trophies and rings. We walked around both concourse levels. I suggest getting there early so you can soak in all the atmosphere, energy, and look around. I purchased two bottled waters and one soft drink and all that cost $17.50. I expected to pay more, but a bit high for my taste. I caught one of the t-shirts thrown to the audience. I had a blast. There was not a very long restroom wait either. Go Spurs!!

Thank Pocahontas S
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Reviewed March 29, 2018 via mobile

Noticing sink valves in the men's bathrooms that do not work. Also paper towel dispensers that do not work. This was before the event. Plenty of nice people and good entertainment. Many of the food vendors are very slow. There are some exceptions. If you buy a bottle of water, the vendors are required to keep the cap. It is also very loud for events like Spurs games. Suggest ear plugs for adults and especially even better ear protection for young kids.

Thank OWL78654
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