The Xcel Energy Center has been home to the NHL’s Minnesota Wild since 2000. The arena’s location in Saint Paul, the quieter city of the Twin Cities, makes the Minnesota Wild the most popular attraction in the city. Minnesota is the hockey capital of the United States, therefore, taking in a Minnesota Wild game is going to be a pricey outing no matter who the team is hosting that night. Our staff wanted to provide a thorough breakdown of the Xcel Energy Center seating chart to help hockey fans decide where to sit before purchasing their Minnesota Wild tickets.
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Where To Sit At The Xcel Energy Center
There are four seating levels at the Xcel Energy Center including the lower level, RBC Wealth Management Club level, suite level, and upper level. In 2015, the Minnesota Wild replaced every seat at the Xcel Energy Center creating a more comfortable viewing experience for hockey fans.
The Xcel Energy Center offers several premium seating options ideal for business people and corporations looking to entertain clients and other important guests. We’ll begin by discussing the lower level seats closest to the ice.
The lower level seats at the Xcel Energy Center consist of sections 101 through 126. The rows for most lower level sections are numbered 1 through 26. Some lower level sections only have 23 rows of seats. Behind the last row of many lower level sections is a standing room only area where hockey fans can stand and watch the game.
The Minnesota Wild bench is located in front of section 117 while the visiting team’s bench is located in front of section 116. The Minnesota Wild shoot twice on the net in front of section 110 while the visiting team shoots twice on the net in front of section 123. The penalty box is located in front of sections 103 and 104.
Audi On-The-Glass Seats
The Audi On-The-Glass seats are the first row of seats in the lower level sections of the Xcel Energy Center. The perks for the Audi On-The-Glass seats include the following.
Access to the Audo Quattro ClubLess wait at restrooms and concessionsAll-inclusive food, beer, wine, and soft drinksComplimentary parking for season ticket holders of two or more seats (Kellogg Parking Ramp)Private coat check for Audi Quattro Club membersPasses for the RBC Wealth Management Club level provided upon request
There are only 190 seats on the glass at the Xcel Energy Center.
Audi Quattro Seats
The Audi Quattro Seats, also known as the “Elite Seats”, are located in between the home and visiting team benches at the foot of sections 116 and 117. The Audi Quattro Seats are sold on an individual game basis and come with the following perks.
Concierge service4 tickets between the home and visiting team benchesValet parking in the players’ parking lotPrivate tour of the press box during an intermissionDinner at the Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 ClubAll-inclusive food and soft drinks in the Audi Quattro ClubExclusive gifts provided to guestsGroup photos from the locker room and bench provided as keepsakesAccess to the RBC Wealth Management Club Level
RBC Wealth Management Club Seats
The RBC Wealth Management Club seats consist of sections C1 through C40. The rows for the club sections are numbered 1 through 7.
The perks for the RBC Wealth Management Club seats at the Xcel Energy Center include the following.
Access to the Goal Line Spirits and Eatery, and Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 ClubParking pass included for season ticket holders of four or more club seatsComplimentary coffee during the third period of Minnesota Wild home gamesLess wait at restrooms and concessionsRail seating behind row 7Access to full-service bars with flat-screen HD televisionsIn-seat waiter serviceComplimentary roster cards
The upper level seats at the Xcel Energy Center consist of sections 201 through 230. The rows for most upper level sections are numbered 1 through 11. Some upper level sections on the ends of the Xcel Energy Center have as few as 7 rows of seats.
The upper level at the Xcel Energy Center offers the most affordable tickets for Minnesota Wild home games.
Bud Light Top Shelf Lounge
The Bud Light Top Shelf Lounge is an all-inclusive area located on the west end of the Xcel Energy Center’s RBC Wealth Management Club level.
The area is made up of 24 loge boxes located in between sections C14 and C18, and provides hockey fans with the following perks.
Access to a private canoe-inspired barTickets for four guests per loge boxAll-inclusive food and soft drinks prepared by Levy RestaurantsPrivate loge box seating with Scandinavian-style architectureLess wait at restrooms and concessionsIn-seat beverage serviceLocated in the Minnesota Wild double attack zoneiPad availability during Minnesota Wild home gamesCoat check for guestsComplimentary game programs
Luxury suites at Xcel Energy Center can be leased for an entire season, half season, or individual game basis. There are 74 suites at the Xcel Energy Center. The perks for the suites at Xcel Energy Center include the following.
Tickets for between 20 and 30 guestsPrivate entryEarly suite access for Minnesota Wild home gamesAssigned suite attendantCatered food prepared by Levy RestaurantsFlat-screen HD televisionsPrivate suite level restroomsAccess to The Reserve by Bremer BankParking pass for guestsFurniture, wet bar, and refrigerator
The Reserve is an upscale lounge on the Bremer Bank Suite Level of the Xcel Energy Center. To learn more about leasing a suite at the Xcel Energy Center, please visit NHL.com.
Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Club
The Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Club is a private bar and restaurant located near section C4 on the RBC Wealth Management Club level. The Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Club opens two hours before Minnesota Wild home games.
The Minnesota Wild no longer welcome PDF tickets printed at home at the Xcel Energy Center. Hockey fans are instead required to use a mobile device to gain entry into the arena, and to download the NHL app. To learn more about the Xcel Energy Center’s mobile ticketing policies, please visit NHL.com.