- For Falcons games, children who are taller than the turnstile bar (33" tall) must have a ticket for entry. For all other events, Ticketmaster.com says that children not able to occupy a seat are admitted free. All others will need a ticket.
- There are three levels in the Georgia Dome. The Lower Level has 36 rows in all sections. The Second Level has 16 rows, and the Upper Level has 26 rows.
- Seat numbers run from right to left in all sections.
- Handicapped seating is located throughout the Dome. All Lower Level sections have one handicapped seat. The Second Level has handicapped seating in the following sections: 207 - 210, 233 - 236, 219, 224, 245, and 250.
- For Falcons games, the Falcons bench sits on the side of the field with sections 115 and 116, and the Visitors sit on the side of the field with sections 135 and 136.
- The Second Level has both Club Level seats and Mezzanine seats. Club Level seats run from sections 213 - 230 and 204 - 239. Mezzanine seats run from sections 205 - 212 and 231 - 238.
- Club level seats run from Sections 213 - 230 and 204 - 239.
- Club level seats give access to the North and South Club Lounges. They offer TV's with DirectTV access, multiple full-service bars, and specialty grills and buffets where food is prepared "to order".
- Access is also available to the In-Zone Restaurant, which offers pre-game dining and entertainment, as well as cocktails, cappuccinos and desserts during the game.
SEC Tournament Games
- Suites are located between the Second and Upper Levels of the Dome
- There are two types of suites - A and B. A Suites can accommodate 24 people, and B Suites can accommodate 16 people.
- All suites include 2 TVs, wet bar, private restrooms, refrigerator, telephone, locked cabinets and comfortable seating.
- Suite passes are also available. Suite passes allow entry to the Suite Level and the Suites, but patrons must have a ticket to get into the Georgia Dome. Suite passes are not tickets.
Seating Made Simple (Falcons & SEC)
- The Eastern Team Fan sections run between 124 - 135 on the Lower Level, and 333 - 347 on the Upper Level. The Western Team's Fan sections run between 107 - 136 on the Lower Level, and 310 - 348 on the Upper Level. All other sections are considered neutral.
- Alcohol is permitted only on the Club Level and in the Suites. The Club Level runs between sections 218 - 225 and 244 - 251.
- The Loge Level is considered sections 200, 201, 216, 217, 226, 227, 242, and 243.
- Prime Lower Sections are 111 - 120.
- Mezzanine Sections are 202 - 215 and 228 - 241.
- Prime Upper Sections are 318 - 325.
- SEC Sections are 110, 121, 316, 317, 326, and 327.
- Stadium Sections are 108, 109, 122, 123, 311 - 317, and 328 - 332.
- these are considered the best seats in the house. Located in the lower level of the arena, in sections 114 - 117 and 134 - 137, and in the Club Level sections 220 - 223 and 246 - 249, these are the seats to sit in for the best view of the entire field.
- Lower Level and Club Level of the arena between the goal and 25-yard lines. Still offering a great view of the field, these seats are lower in price than the midfield seats. Depending on your preference, you may want to sit in a lower row if you want to be closer to the action, or a higher row if you don't want to worry about an obstructed view caused by the players and staff along the sidelines. But keep in mind that the lower rows on the Lower Level of the Georgia Dome are elevated about 10 feet above the field.
- Lower Level of the arena in the Endzones or Corners. Known for the passionate fans and boisterous atmosphere, these sections still offer lots of action but for a lower price.
- Upper Level of the arena in the Endzones or Corners. More for the price-minded customers, the lower rows of these sections still offer a good view of the entire field without any kind of obstructed views.
Seating Made Simple
- For all basketball games, only half of the Georgia Dome is utilized.
- Lower Level sections contain 33 rows, Club/Mezzanine sections contain 16 rows, and Upper Level sections contain 26 rows.
- Teams sit in front of the Press Box.
- Floor Seats, sections 104 - 107 and 124 - 127, and Lower Level sections 124 - 127. Floor seats are the absolute best seats in the house. Don't be surprised if you find yourself sitting next to celebrities or sports figures. Lower Level sections 124 - 127 are just as good, and a little less expensive as well. If money is not an issue, then this is the way to catch a game.
- Floor seats, sections 103, 108, 123, 128, 118 - 123 and 130 - 133; Lower Level sections 121 - 123 and 128 - 130; and Club/Mezzanine Level sections 227 - 242. A little less expensive, these seats offer great views of the game nonetheless. Where to sit depends on your preference. Floor seats in the corners of the court and behind the baskets keep you close to the court and give you all of the free throw and slam dunk action. If you want to sit in between the baskets, sections 233 - 236 put you there and still give you a view of the whole court. Lower and Mezzanine Level corner sections are good as well, giving you a slightly elevated view so you can see down the length of the court.
- Lower Level sections 115 - 120 and 131 - 136, and Club/Mezzanine Level sections 221 - 226 and 243 - 248. The middle ground between price and quality, these seats still keep you close to the game while offering a lower price tag. Here you have a great view of free throws and slam dunks, and you are still somewhat close to the court.
- Upper Level sections. For those on a tight budget, these are the tickets to have. It is ideal to sit in between the baskets, sections 333 - 336.