Guests should leave the professional cameras and recording devices at home (although they may be allowed at certain events). Personal cameras without detachable lenses that can fit in pants pockets are okay, but flash photography is not.
A variety of food and beverages are on sale in the arena's two food courts and five additional concession stands.
The Spokane Chiefs gift shop is open on game nights. There are Spokane Shock merchandise stands along the concourse (open on game nights) and outside the Southeast Main Entrance (open before the game starts).
There are two ATMs on the concourse level.
There is a Guest Services office at the building's main entrance. Guests requiring a complementary phone system, assistive listening devices, or wheelchairs should head here, as should those with any other issues or concerns.
To retrieve a lost item head to guest services, the administrative offices at 720 West Mallon, or the Spokane Arena's 24-hour Security Office. Guests will fill out a Lost Item form and, if the item is found, will be contacted to come pick it up. (If you live out of town, Spokane Arena will ship the item to you at your expense.)
The following items are not permitted in the arena:
Guests aren't allowed to re-enter the building and/or parking lot after exiting an event.
Restrooms and baby changing stations are located around the concourse. The arena also has five private family restrooms.
Smoking isn't allowed inside the arena or within 25 feet of any entrance, exit, or ventilation intake.
Guests can tailgate in the western section of Lot C. Tell the Lot C parking attendant you wish to tailgate and he or she will direct you to the tailgating section, which opens no earlier than noon on game day. Fans should follow the tailgating rules: