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Plaza Sides Seats
Balcony Seats
Gold Buckle Seats
These are my choice for the best seats to choose from if you're looking to get close to the action without breaking the bank! The Plaza side seats get you a break in price from sections closer to the roping end and bucking chutes yet, you're still down low with a great view of the ground-pounding, bone-breaking, buckin' action, with an awesome view of ropin' and ridin' events as well. Stick to the lower rows (A-M) to get as close to the action as you can, or look for a break in price by sitting in the higher rows - roughly N-W. Keep this in mind - there's a hanging video screen in the middle of the arena that's always showing great coverage and replays of the event. You get a good view of that from any seat. Although the Balcony Seats will put you in the second level, there's nothing bad about these seats. I've sat in almost all the sections and as long as you stay in the first 10 rows of the balcony sections, you're going to have a great time. The Balcony sections put you in the second level of the Thomas & Mack Center, but you still get a great view of all the action. Stay close to the concourse in rows A-K (if you can) to get the most out of your purchase. If your budget forces you above rows L-V don't worry, you'll still get a good view, and you can find tickets for these seats at some of the lowest prices possible. Keep this in mind - there's a hanging video screen in the middle of the arena that's always showing great coverage and replays of the event. You get a good view of that from any seat. If you're looking for the very best, than this is it. The Gold Buckle seats will be the first five rows marked FF-JJ. Close enough to hear all the action and possibly get some dirt on you! In the Gold Buckle sections you'll be so close to the action, you can almost touch the bulls and horses. The Gold Buckle seats are located in sections 104-110 and 113-116. Some of these seats could be obstructed when close to the stalls, or when there is a lot of action in front of you but if you're looking for the best seats in the house, these are them.

The Wrangler NFR Rodeo will take place this year at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas Nevada from December 2nd through the 11th. We can assist you in locating tickets for all sessions of the NFR Rodeo Finals. Many clients call asking to sit in the sections located near the Bucking Chutes or the Roping Ends, we can assist you in locating these tickets. There are also tickets in the Gold Buckle area which are the first few rows located right off the dirt. To view NFR Rodeo Finals tickets, please select the View Tickets link or if you prefer to book by phone call our office at 800-660-6031.

Date Rodeo
Tickets
Dec 5th - 14th 2013 NFR Finals Rodeo Thomas and Mack Center
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More about the NFR Rodeo Finals

Cowboys from all across the U.S. and Canada work all year in hopes of qualifying for the National Finals Rodeo( NFR), the PRCA's premier championship, sometimes referred to as the "Superbowl of Rodeos".

The NFR is held each December in Las Vegas at the Thomas and Mack Center on the campus of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. The top 15 regular-season cowboy finishers in each event qualify for the NFR and compete for prize money.

The NFR features the Top 15 competitors in each of professional rodeo's seven events: saddle bronc riding, bull riding, bareback riding, calf roping, team roping, steer wrestling and barrel racing.

Each and every year over 140,000 people attend the "Sold Out" National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas and more than 13 million viewers tuned in when all 10 rounds of the Finals were broadcast on ESPN and ESPN2. The National Finals Rodeo is sold out each and every year, more than a year in advance. A public lottery is held through a mail order system a full year before the event; in previous years approximately 1 out of every 25 of the orders submitted were filled.. Of 1.5 million tickets applied for, less than 40,000 are distributed to the general pubic. Thus, because the Thomas and Mack center venue is small, riders and sponsors are allocated a majority of the seats. Given that there is such a high demand for the rest of the seats from the public, NFR tickets are scarce and hard for the everyday person to obtain.