The arena opened in 2003 as Glendale Arena before local online company Jobing.com purchased naming rights in 2006. The arena is the hub of the $1 billion Westgate City Center entertainment and sports complex. The Coyotes' long-term stay in Glendale remains uncertain. The NHL bought the team out of bankruptcy last fall for $140 million, but rumors persist that the team could relocate if a local owner is not found. The City of Glendale recently issued a statement saying a prospective buyer has deposited $25 million into escrow, meeting the league's demands to keep the team in the city. According to the arena's Web site, the 34,000-pound center scoreboard (which measures 28 feet by 28 feet) cost $2.5 million. The arena also sounds a Coyotes "howl" after each goal and as a way to get the crowd into the game. The arena has been host to the Arizona state high school basketball and wrestling tournaments in a mega-event called "February Frenzy." Additionally, the arena has hosted major musical acts such as U2, the Rolling Stones and Bruce Springsteen.
Rinkside Club seating includes Lower Level, Rows A-B.
Tickets not specified by the seller as Rinkside Club may map to a less premium section.
Tower Suite tickets must be specified as Northeast (NE) or Northwest (NW) in order to map properly.
The Jobing.com Arena's Box Office is open Monday through Friday, 10am to 6pm, and closed Saturdays and Sundays except for events. The will call is located at the northeast corner of the arena at Gate 5, as is the box office. All forms of payment are accepted. Banners and signs are permitted to enter the arena, but must be constructed of flame retardant material and may not consist of any poles or sticks. Still cameras are permitted at most events, and more specific use is determined by event producer. For Coyotes hockey games children under 36 inches or under the age of two are not required tickets for admission.
The mutli-purpose arena is 223 acres and houses the $1 billion Westgate City Center.
9400 W. Maryland Ave.
Glendale, AZ 85305
From the south: Take Loop 101 north to Bethany Home Road exit and turn right. Turn left on 95th Avenue, turn right on Maryland.
From the north: Take Loop 101 south to Glendale Avenue exit and make a left.
From the east: Take Glendale Avenue west toward 91st Avenue, turn left on 93rd into lots.
From the west: Take Glendale Avenue east to 95th Avenue, turn right on 95th.
Parking is free at Jobing.com Arena. The lots normally open three hours prior to event. Traffic is heavy around Loop 101 and fans should arrive at least one hour prior to event. Lots E & F are drop off and pick up lots, entering from 99th Avenue and Maryland Avenue. There are specific lots designated for RV parking, and you can enter from Bethany Home Road and go north on 95th for access. The arena has designated parking in northwest corner of Lot G; for quick access enter from 91st Avenue and Maryland Avenue.
Jobing.com Arena has no direct public transportation, but stops nearby are available through Valley Metro. For schedules and more information, call 602-253-5000 or visit the Valley Metro Web site.