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Prices typically range from $3,500 -$6,000 for Cincinnati Reds suites. Prices vary based on day of game, opponent, and the location of the suite in the Great American Ball Park. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at the Great American Ball Park can vary widely based on the type of event.

Cincinnati Reds Spotlight

The Cincinnati Reds will continue to rebuild in 2018. Led by manager Bryan Price and All-Star Joey Votto, the Reds hope to develop their young prospects while simultaneously climbing up the standings this year.

Votto enters his 12th MLB season, all of which have come with the Cincinnati Reds. Last year he finished 2nd in the NL MVP voting, enjoying one of the best seasons of his career. In addition to hitting 36 home runs and driving in 100 RBI’s, Votto led all of Major League Baseball in walks and on-base %. As a slick defender who can do it all at the plate, including a disciplined approach that draws a ton of walks, Votto is the ideal player in the eyes of analytic gurus. Behind Votto in the lineup, outfielder Adam Duvall will look to reach the 30 home run plateau for the third consecutive season. He has established himself as a consistent power threat in the middle of the Reds lineup. Second baseman Scooter Gennett has also shown he can be a long ball threat. Gennett had one of the highlights of the year last season when he became the 18th player in MLB history to hit four home runs in the same game. Speedster Billy Hamilton is lights out on the basepaths, stealing 55+ bases in each of the past four seasons. His dynamic speed in center field and on the bases is always entertaining for the fans.

The Reds starting rotation needs to be better in 2018. Two top prospects that could drastically improve Cincinnati’s pitching are Luis Castillo and Tyler Mahle. Castillo racked up a ton of strikeouts last year, while Mahle was superb after making his MLB debut late in the season. Mahle’s minor league numbers the past few years have been off the charts, causing him to climb up the ranks on the Reds prospect list. Both have the potential to turn into special pitchers for the Reds. Starters Brandon Finnegan, Homer Bailey, and Anthony DeSclafani will also be key to improving Cincinnati’s rotation this season.

A Cincinnati Reds luxury suite is the ultimate way to watch a game at Great American Ball Park. A Cincinnati Reds suite includes 12 tickets with an option to purchase up to 4 additional suite tickets. Reds luxury boxes feature premium in-suite catering options, exterior cushioned seating, indoor lounge seating, HDTVs inside and outside the suite, and a dedicated suite attendant. With your Reds suite, you will also receive VIP parking and private entry into the Great American Ball Park.



Past Spotlights

The 2017 Cincinnati Reds can be sure of one thing and that is hitting home runs. A Reds game is always exciting as so many of their players can hit the ball out of the park. The offensive leader on the Reds is Joey Votto. Votto is one of baseball’s premier first basemen. One major move this offseason was the Reds trading longtime fan favorite, Brandon Phillips to the Atlanta Braves. Trading Phillips will open the door however for one of the Reds' top prospects.

In the middle of the order along with Votto, Adam Duvall hit 33 home runs for the Reds last season. Zack Cozart at shortstop is considered one of the more power hitters at his position. When Billy Hamilton gets on base, he can change the game with his legs. Eugenio Suarez surprised a lot of people coming onto the scene last year hitting 19 home runs. If Devin Mesoraco can stay healthy, the Reds have one of the better offensive catchers in the National League. The Reds are hopeful Scott Schebler picks up on where he left off in 2016. They also signed free agent outfield Desmond Jennings during the offseason. Also, if Jose Peraza gets a chance to play, fans can see one of the Reds’ brightest prospects.

The pitching rotation is going to be led by Anthony DeSclafani. Homer Bailey should be back in the mix but has dealt with injuries over the course of the past two seasons. Brandon Finnegan is a pitcher the Reds are high on. Filling out the staff, Robert Stephenson, Scott Feldman and Tim Adleman will all get opportunities. Manager Bryan Price has options in the bullpen with Raisel Iglesias, Tony Cingrani and Drew Storen.

A Cincinnati Reds luxury suite is the ultimate way to watch a game at the Great American Ball Park. A Cincinnati Reds suite includes 12 tickets with an option to purchase up to 4 additional suite tickets. A Reds luxury box features premium in-suite catering options, exterior cushioned seating, indoor lounge seating, HDTVs inside and outside the suite and a dedicated suite attendant. With your Reds suite, you will receive VIP parking and private entry into the Great American Ball Park.

The Cincinnati Reds are fully committed to rebuild in 2016. The Reds suffered their second straight losing season a year ago. Many players have been traded in efforts to acquire young talent. With that said, there is a lot of reasons to be excited about the Reds this year. A young pitching core is expected to surprise a lot of people in 2016 and their lineup will still be headlined by Joey Votto.

Votto had a great season last year and there’s no reason to think he won’t in 2016. Votto is one of the best in baseball in getting on base. Speedster Billy Hamilton will leadoff for the club. Hamilton is quick enough to turn singles into doubles and is a threat to steal a base every time he gets on base. Zack Cozart is more known for his stellar defense at shortstop but before getting hurt last year, Cozart was having one of his best offensive seasons. A healthy Devin Mesoraco can go a long way for the Reds. Mesoraco has proven to be one of the better offensive catchers in the National League. Veteran Brandon Phillips is back at second base and Jay Bruce will look for a bounce back year. Bruce has been involved in trade rumors since the offseason began. Fans will get to see Scott Schebler in the outfield. Schebler is a young power hitter who was acquired in the Todd Frazier trade. This will also be the year to see if Eugenio Suarez can prove himself at third base and be productive enough in the lineup.

While you won’t see guys like Johnny Cueto and Mike Leake this year, fans will get to see the likes of Anthony DeSclafani and Raisel Iglesias. DeSclafani showed he can be a front of rotation pitcher for the long term. Iglesias came out firing for the Reds last year. He is a strikeout machine and could be the ace of this staff by the end of the year. Michael Lorenzen is another player who came up with the Reds during the season last year. Lorenzen is a quality arm and will get to start the year with the big club. At some point in 2016, the Reds should end up calling up two of their best prospects in Robert Stephenson and Cody Reed. Both pitchers look to be at the top of the rotation for this club in the future. With Aroldis Chapman gone, J.J. Hoover, Tony Cingrani and Jumbo Diaz will hold down the bullpen. While it doesn’t look to be a playoff year for the Reds, there is a lot to build on. The NL Central will be extremely tough.

A Cincinnati Reds luxury suite is the ultimate way to watch a game at the Great American Ball Park. A Cincinnati Reds suite includes 12 tickets with an option to purchase up to 4 additional suite tickets. A Reds luxury box features premium in-suite catering options, exterior cushioned seating, indoor lounge seating, HDTVs inside and outside the suite and a dedicated suite attendant. With your Reds suite you will receive VIP parking and private entry into the Great American Ball Park.

The National League Central has become one of the toughest divisions in baseball. The Cincinnati Reds will have their work cut out for them in 2015. A year ago, the Reds finished in fourth place in the NL Central with 76 wins. The Reds made some major changes in the offseason by trading away two key pitchers in their rotation, Mat Latos and Alfredo Simon. In return the Reds have improved their farm system with a lot of young talent. The Reds have also signed outfielder Marlon Byrd to replace Ryan Ludwick. Byrd previously played for the Phillies and brings along a lot of power to an already solid lineup. The rest of the starting outfield includes speedster Billy Hamilton and Jay Bruce. When Hamilton is on base he becomes an automatic threat to steal a base. Bruce had a down year in 2014 but is still one of the Reds’ best run producers. Catcher Devin Mesoraco emerged onto the scene last year as one of the best hitting catchers in baseball. Mesoraco did sustain a concussion during Spring Training, so side effects from that will be something manager Bryan Price will keep his eye on as the season moves on. The Reds best overall player when healthy is Joey Votto. Votto was limited to just 62 games last season due to injury. The success of the Reds will come down to Votto’s health. When healthy, Votto can hit for average and power. Todd Frazier and Brandon Phillips fill out a very solid lineup. The pitching staff is led by Cy Young Award candidate Johnny Cueto. Following Cueto is Homer Bailey, Mike Leake and Tony Cingrani. The bullpen is anchored by arguably the best closer in the game, Alrodis Chapman. Chapman is a pitcher who can throw over 100 mph. To compete in the NL Central, the Reds will have to get past the Pirates and Cardinals.

A Cincinnati Reds luxury suite is the ultimate way to watch a game at the Great American Ball Park. A Cincinnati Reds suite includes 12 tickets with an option to purchase up to 4 additional suite tickets. A Reds luxury box features premium in-suite catering options, exterior cushioned seating, indoor lounge seating, HDTVs inside and outside the suite and a dedicated suite attendant. With your Reds suite you will receive VIP parking and private entry into the Great American Ball Park. The Great American Ball Park will host the MLB All-Star Game in 2015. The MLB All-Star Game is July 14th. The Great American Ball Park will also host the MLB All-Star Home Run Derby and MLB All-Star Sunday.

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