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Quick Ship Auditorium Seating You Need To Know


SeatUp.com is a leader in auditorium seating chairs, and our experienced team is ready to help you plan your next project from start to finish. All auditorium seats in this category are made to order except for the Octane Matinee and Octane 5009. If you need to buy auditorium seating now for a current project, then these two auditorium chairs will be your best option.

Please choose from our wide selection of seats for auditorium projects with modern, transitional, or traditional styles. There is a vast selection of fabric and faux leather covers and colors. You can also customize the wood stain where applicable. Narrow down your choice of upholstery, and we will ship samples to you free of charge so that you can touch and feel the various cover options for your seating. Our upholstery choices here are hand-selected from the highest quality manufacturers for their ability to withstand everyday commercial use. Each cover includes a comprehensive warranty that stands as our commitment to ensure you get what you expect and need for your auditorium project.


Auditorium Seat Features & Design Support

Some noteworthy features include wooden arm caps, swivel bases, tray tables, and flip-up armrests. Popular choices in this category are the Octane 5006 and 5008 models. Most auditorium chairs are modular, so you can add a tray table or cup holder to the arms.

The typical lead time for delivery on the auditorium-style chairs is 10-12 weeks, so make sure you plan well before installation is required. Our in-house experts will guide you through the entire process as well as assist with any CAD drawings needed for your project. Each auditorium seat product page includes detailed dimensions for an individual seat, but make sure you call us to professionally layout the product as it relates to your room and space.

Edited by Bruce Tucker.