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Arizona Diamondbacks Suite Prices

How much do Arizona Diamondbacks suites cost?

Prices typically range from $3,000 -$6,000 for Arizona Diamondbacks suites. That goes for either the 18 or 24 person D-Backs suite. Both suites are located on the Blue Cross Blue Shield Diamond suite level. Prices vary based on day of game, opponent, and the location of the suite in Chase Field.

Suite Levels at Chase Field

D-Backs 24 Guest Luxury Suite

24 Tickets
28 Capacity
4 Parking

D-Backs 18 Guest Luxury Suite

18 Tickets
22 Capacity
3 Parking

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Diamondbacks Spotlight

Current MLB Season

A new look Arizona Diamondbacks team will take the field in 2019. Long-time fan favorites, A.J. Pollock, Paul Goldschmidt and Patrick Corbin are no longer with the team. Even without their former stars, the Diamondbacks have one of the best rotations in NL West and a lineup capable of doing a lot of damage.

New to the 2019 Diamondbacks is pitcher Luke Weaver, a promising starter who was acquired in the trade that sent Goldschmidt to St. Louis. Weaver is going to join a strong rotation led by the D-Backs ace, Zack Greinke. Following Greinke in the rotation will be Robbie Ray, Zack Godley and recently acquired Merrill Kelly, formerly with the Rays.

The Diamondbacks biggest stars in the lineup this year will be Eduardo Escobar and Jake Lamb. Lamb will take over first base and is one of the National League’s best power hitters. Steven Souza Jr. is no slouch in the home... MORE

Past Spotlights

The Arizona Diamondbacks shocked all of Major League Baseball by winning 93 games en route to a postseason berth last season. Their season was cut short in the National League Division Series, but the D-backs have plenty to look forward to in 2018. Manager Torey Lovullo, the reigning National League Manager of the Year, will look to guide the Diamondbacks back to the postseason once again.

The Diamondbacks high powered offense was fifth in the National League in hits, runs, and home runs last season. Throw in the return of a healthy Yasmany Tomas to join A.J. Pollock in the outfield, and this lineup becomes even deeper. Paul Goldschmidt is one of Major League Baseball’s elite hitters, consistently finishing towards the top of the NL MVP voting. Goldschmidt led the Diamondbacks in hits, home runs, RBIs, OBP, and WAR last season, continuing his excellence as the team’s best player and leader. Jake Lamb has also burst onto the scene as one of the best third basemen in the league, as he hit 30 home runs while knocking in 105 RBIs last season as an All-Star. Despite losing outfielder J.D. Martinez to free agency, the D-backs are well poised to be a juggernaut offensively once again in 2018.

Arizona’s pitching was the main reason behind their surprising run towards October baseball last season. Zack Greinke pitched like the ace he has been throughout his career, and southpaw Robbie Ray had a breakout season. Robbie Ray earned a spot in the All-Star Game and won 15 games with a sub-3.00 ERA and 200+ strikeouts. Backend starters Taijuan Walker and Zack Godley were both better than anyone had anticipated, and Patrick Corbin was solid throughout the year as well. The emergence of Robbie Ray and the depth that formed behind Greinke and Ray was a pleasant surprise for the Diamondbacks. Reliever Archie Bradley was dominant all season, helping bridge the gap towards closer Fernando Rodney late in games.

Whether you are entertaining clients or friends and family, a D-Backs luxury box at Chase Field is the perfect setting for any occasion. Arizona Diamondbacks suites feature HDTVs, premium in-suite catering options, a dedicated suite attendant, and interior/exterior seating. With a Diamondbacks suite, you will receive VIP parking, private entry into Chase Field and exclusive access to the Diamondbacks VIP lounges in Chase Field. If you are looking to provide your guests with the ultimate VIP experience, a Diamondbacks suite is the only way to go.

The 2017 Arizona Diamondbacks are led by one of baseball’s best hitters, Paul Goldschmidt. Goldschmidt is a rare player that can contribute to every offensive stat category. The D-Backs hope that AJ Pollock can bounce back after a year full of injuries. Pollock emerged as one of baseball’s elite players until suffering multiple elbow injuries that caused him to miss just about the entire year in 2016.

The Diamondbacks don’t lack for power in their lineup. With Goldschmidt and Pollock leading the way, the Diamondbacks have plenty of other contributors such as David Peralta, Jake Lamb, Brandon Drury and Yasmany Tomas. The offense looks promising in 2017 even after trading Jean Segura in the offseason.

The pitching staff will be led by Zack Greinke. Greinke had a down year in his first year with the D-Backs but will hopefully bounce back this season. The team traded Segura for Taijuan Walker, a once promising prospect with the Mariners. Walker will slide into the middle of rotation nicely for Arizona. Shelby Miller was the big trade chip from a year ago, and didn’t live up to his high expectations. Like Greinke, the Diamondbacks hope Miller will get back to form this year. The rest of the staff is going to round out with Robbie Ray, Patrick Corbin and Archie Bradley. The bullpen will be anchored by new closer Fernando Rodney.

Whether you are entertaining clients or friend and family, a D-Backs luxury box is the perfect setting for any occasion. Arizona Diamondbacks suites feature HDTVs, premium in-suite catering options, a dedicated suite attendant and interior/exterior seating. With a Diamondbacks suite, you will receive VIP parking, private entry into Chase Field and exclusive access to the Diamondbacks VIP lounges in Chase Field. If you are looking to provide your guests with the ultimate VIP experience, a Diamondbacks suite is the only way to go.