Boston Red Sox Suites

Fenway Park, Boston, MA

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Boston Red Sox Suite Prices and Details

How much do Boston Red Sox suites cost?

Boston Red Sox suite prices will range from $7,500 - $10,000 on average. The price will vary based on day of game, opponent, and the location of the suite. Fenway Park suites for concerts and other events other than Red Sox games can vary widely in price based on the type of event.

How many guests can fit in a Red Sox suite?

The most common suite rental at Fenway Park will either be a Pavilion or Legends Suite. These can include 20 - 26 tickets. Larger group ticket options for 40 -100 guests are available on the Coca Cola Deck, Vineyard Vines Club or Tully Tavern.

Suite Levels at Fenway Park

Pavilion Suite

20 Tickets

Legends Suite

22 Tickets
26 Capacity
3 Parking

Fenway Park Event Planning Guide

Catering

In-suite catering is available to purchase at Fenway Park. Guests can pre-order at their discretion from the suite menu. Most suites do not include catering. On average, clients spend about $100 per person on food and alcohol, however, there is no catering minimum and it is optional.

Parking and Transportation

There are approximately 35 parking lots surrounding the stadium. Most suites will include parking passes for the 55 Yawkey Way Parking Lot. In any official Fenway park lot, guests should expect to pay $10 - $50 per vehicle. Street parking is available but very limited.

Budget

For any Red Sox game, it's best to budget $7,500 - $12,000 for a luxury suite. On top of that, you need to be prepared to pay for catering, which on average can be around $100 per person. Concerts and other events can vary widely in cost based on the type of event and demand.

Dress Code

There is no particular dress code for attending a game in a suite. Jerseys, hats or any fan gear is perfectly fine to wear. If it's a corporate outing, it's common to dress in business casual attire. Comfortable shoes are recommended.

Venue Bag Policy

Some of the items not allowed in Fenway Park include any bag larger than 16"x16"x8" in size, hard-sided coolers, noise-making devices and any illegal substance including alcohol. All fans entering Fenway Park will be subject to screening through the use of metal detectors.

Entrances

Gate A and Gate D on Jersey Street are VIP entrances for all suite ticketholders. Just past the gates, there are elevators to take you to your appropriate suite level. These gates open 2 hours prior to first pitch. All other gates at Fenway Park open 90 minutes prior to the game.

Child Ticket Policy

Children under 3 do not require a ticket at Fenway Park, provided they sit in your lap. Any child 3 or older will need a separate ticket for entry. Diaper bags are welcome but are subject to inspection before entering the stadium.

Additional Questions?

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Red Sox Spotlight

Current MLB Season

 The 2019 Boston Red Sox are the favorites to win the World Series once again. To do it, fans will see the Red Sox vs. Yankees rivalry hotter than ever. Both teams enter 2019 are division contenders and every game between Boston and New York will have a big impact down the stretch. It’s hard to find something wrong with the Red Sox starting lineup. J.D. Martinez has cemented himself as one of baseball’s all-around best hitters. Last season’s American League MVP, Mookie Betts, has the potential to be even better than a year ago. The Red Sox can expect even better seasons from some their future stars like Andrew Benintendi and Rafael Devers. The Sox have potential all-stars at nearly every position like players Dustin Pedroia, Xander Bogaerts and Jackie Bradley Jr.

Manager Alex Cora knows the team can’t win on bats alone, so he has two aces leading... MORE

Past Spotlights

The Boston Red Sox enter 2018 with high hopes that new manager Alex Cora can take them to the next level in the postseason. The defending AL East champs return much of the same roster as last season, when the team won 93 games.

On offense, Boston has plenty of firepower surrounding MVP candidate Mookie Betts, who has proven to be one of the most exciting young players in the big leagues. Nearly everyone in the lineup has 20+ home run potential, including Jackie Bradley Jr., Hanley Ramirez, Andrew Benintendi, and Xander Bogaerts. 21-year old Rafael Devers was a bundle of electricity last year after he was called up to the majors, flashing his potential as Boston’s third baseman for the future. Red Sox lifer Dustin Pedroia and first baseman Mitch Moreland, who was just re-signed to a two-year contract, will provide a much needed veteran presence to a young, yet extremely talented, lineup. Year after year the Red Sox boast one of the most exciting and powerful lineups.

Last season Chris Sale, in his first year in Boston, proved his worth to the Red Sox. Sale finished second in AL Cy Young award voting after posting the best numbers of his career, including 17 wins and 300+ strikeouts. When clicking on all cylinders, Boston’s pitching staff has the potential to be one the best in the MLB. Boston has two Cy Young award winners on its roster, and neither of them are its best pitcher, Chris Sale. Rick Porcello and David Price won the award in 2016 and 2012, respectively. Southpaw Drew Pomeranz, who enjoyed a career year last season, will bolster the back end of the rotation. In the bullpen, shutdown closer Craig Kimbrel will look to continue his dominance closing games for Boston.

The Red Sox play at one of the most iconic venues in sports, Fenway Park. From the Green Monster to the Pesky Pole to the skyboxes, Fenway Park presents a fan experience filled with rich history, exciting baseball, and luxury entertainment. With your luxury box, you will receive VIP parking passes, private entry into Fenway Park, and a Red Sox suite attendant to help you on game day. In-suite catering is available to purchase in advance at an additional cost, and luxury suites will typically accommodate groups of 22 – 26 guests. Suites will feature HDTVs, Wi-Fi, wet bar, private restrooms and indoor and outdoor premium seating. Whether you need a suite for business entertainment or for pleasure, Fenway Park suites are perfect for any occasion. Enjoy a warm summer evening in Boston at one of the city’s most historic and iconic landmarks, Fenway Par

The 2017 Boston Red Sox won’t have David Ortiz in their lineup, but there is still plenty to be excited about. The Red Sox acquired one of the best pitchers in baseball and they have some of the best young players in Major League Baseball filling out their lineup.

In a trade with the White Sox, the Red Sox acquired Chris Sale. Sale instantly becomes the best pitcher in the American League East. He’s now the ace of the team, which figures to have one of the best rotations in the American League. David Price is still an amazing pitcher in his own right. Rick Porcello won the 2016 Cy Young award. Eduardo Rodriguez is an exciting young arm that could be a staple in the rotation for years to come, and Drew Pomeranz is no slouch in the back end of this staff. In his second year with the team, Craig Kimbrel is the anchor of the bullpen. To back up Kimbrel, the Red Sox traded for former Brewers closer, Tyler Thornburg.

Manager John Farrell must be excited with his potential lineup this season. Hanley Ramirez will be at first base, Dustin Pedroia will man second base, and Xander Bogaerts is at shortstop. Bogaerts is only 23 years old and hit over 20 home runs in 2016. The Red Sox hope Pablo Sandoval can return to form and be their everyday third baseman. The outfield looks strong as well with MVP candidate Mookie Betts leading the way. Betts had an amazing year, hitting .318, with 31 home runs and 113 runs driven in. Jackie Bradley Jr. is a great defender in center field. Boston will give top prospect Andrew Benintendi a shot to be their everyday left fielder.

The Red Sox play at one of the most iconic venues in sports, Fenway Park. Experience Fenway in VIP fashion from a private luxury suite. Red Sox suites will accommodate groups of 22 – 26 guests. With your luxury box, you will receive VIP parking passes, private entry into Fenway Park and a Red Sox suite attendant to help you on game day. In-suite catering is available to purchase in advance at an additional cost. Suites will feature HDTVs, Wi-Fi, wet bar, private restrooms and indoor and outdoor premium seating. Whether you need a suite for business entertainment or for pleasure, Fenway Park suites are perfect for any occasion.

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