Atlanta Braves Suites

Truist Park (Formerly SunTrust Park), Smyrna, GA

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  • Atlanta Braves vs. Miami Marlins

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Atlanta Braves Suite Prices

How much do Atlanta Braves suites cost?

Suite prices at Truist Park(formerly SunTrust Park) range widely depending on the day of game, opponent, and the location of the suite. Suites for Braves games will average around $5,000. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at Truist Park can vary widely based on the type of event. It's typical for suite prices to go up with a brand new venue.

Suite Levels at Truist Park (Formerly SunTrust Park)

Champions Level Suite

24 Tickets
32 Capacity
4 Parking

Infiniti Club Suite

12 Tickets
20 Capacity
3 Parking

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Braves Spotlight

Current MLB Season

The 2019 Atlanta Braves look to make it consecutive years of making into the playoffs. The Braves took the NL East by storm last year winning 90 games. The NL East has shifted with the Nationals losing Bryce Harper and the Phillies signing Harper to a 13-year deal. The Braves feature some of baseball’s best prospects that are already making their mark on the Braves 25-man roster. With a few offseason additions, the 2019 Braves gear for what could be an amazing year.

During the free agency, the Braves signed former MVP Josh Donaldson and catcher, Brian McCann. Both McCann and Donaldson should hit in the middle of this lineup next to all-star, Freddie Freeman. Freeman’s been the anchor to this lineup for the past few seasons but with the emergence of Ronald Acuna Jr. and Ozzie Albies, the Braves could be one of the league’s highest scoring teams. Dansby Swanson,... MORE

Past Spotlights

The Atlanta Braves opened SunTrust Park last season with a relatively successful year on the diamond. The Braves improved to 72-90 while finishing 3rd in the NL East, a significant improvement from two years ago. Atlanta will look to build on last season’s improvement while developing their young prospects in 2018.

The Braves completed one of the stranger trades of the off-season in December, shipping Matt Kemp back to the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for Adrian Gonzalez, Scott Kazmir, Brandon McCarthy, and Charlie Culberson. Gonzalez was waived immediately, but Kazmir and McCarthy should play prominent roles in the starting rotation and Culberson will be a useful middle infielder to have on the bench. The loss of Kemp and slugger Matt Adams will take away some power from the Braves lineup, but there will be more opportunity for Atlanta’s young talent to get playing time.

Freddie Freeman remains the most consistent plug in the Braves’ lineup, providing a reliable source of power and contact at the plate. Besides Freeman, center fielder Ender Inciarte and catcher Tyler Flowers expect to be key contributors to Atlanta’s lineup. Expect shortstop Dansby Swanson, the former #1 overall pick in the 2015 MLB Draft, to take major strides this season after struggling for much of 2017. On the mound, Julio Teheran will look to replicate the success he experienced earlier in his career when he looked like Atlanta’s ace for the future.

2018 will be the Braves’ second season at SunTrust Park in Cumberland, GA. The $600M stadium has a seating capacity of just over 40,000 for regular season baseball games. SunTrust park has approximately 40 luxury suites yielding 4,000 premium seating options. Suites at SunTrust Park will feature first class amenities, VIP parking passes, premium interior/exterior seating, and in-suite catering options.

The 2017 Braves will look to improve after finishing last in the NL East in 2016. With added starting pitching and the ascenscion of top prospect Dansby Swanson, the Braves look ready to make a significant improvement in 2017. The Braves lineup is built around franchise first baseman, Freddie Freeman. Freeman produced fantastic numbers for a mediocre team last season. Freeman is quietly a perennial All-Star and Gold Glove defender. Nick Markakis joins Freeman and Matt Kemp as the most prolific batters in Atlanta's lineup. After being dealt from San Diego last season, Matt Kemp showed a strong resurgence hitting 12 home runs with the Braves. Although aging, Kemp still plays a strong outfield. Braves fans are most exictited about shortstop Dansby Swanson's first full season in the Major League's. Swanson is a Georgia native and has already endeared himself to Braves fans. MLB.com ranks Swanson as the fourth best prospect in baseball entering the 2017 season. 

In the offseason, the Braves added veteran starting pitchers R.A. Dickey, Bartolo Colon, and Jaime Garcia. The Braves hope to squeeze a few more strong years out of both Dickey and Colon. This re-tooled rotation will certainly pitch alot of innings keeping pressure off the bullpen. Braves fans are waiting patiently for starting pitcher Julio Tehran to pitch to his potential. Tehran has the talent, but has struggled with consistency. 

2017 will be Atlanta's inaugural season at SunTrust Park in Cumberland, GA. The new $600M stadium will have a seating capacity of just over 40,000 for reguar season baseball games. SunTrust park will have approximately 40 luxury suites yielding 4,000 premium seating options. Now located in Cobb County, south of downtown Atlanta, the new stadium should alleviate many of the traffic problems that plagued fans at Turner Field. Suites at SunTrust Park will feature state-of-the-art amenities, VIP parking passes, premium interior/exterior seating, and in-suite catering options.