Cleveland Indians Suites

Progressive Field, Cleveland, OH

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Suite Levels at Progressive Field

Premium Suite

18 Tickets
3 Parking

Indians Premium Suites will include 12-18 tickets and 3 VIP parking passes. Suites feature HDTVs, a private restroom, interior/exterior comfortable seating, premium... MORE

Dugout Suite

12 Tickets
3 Parking

Indians Dugout Suites bring you up close to the action at Progressive Field. Dugout Suites are located right behind home plate, and include 12 tickets and 3 VIP... MORE

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Cleveland Indians Suite Prices

How much do Indians suites cost?

Cleveland Indians suites will mostly range from $3,500 - $6,000. The price can vary based on who the team is playing, how many tickets you need and the day of the week the game is on.

Cleveland Indians Spotlight

The Cleveland Indians enter 2017 as reigning American League Champions. Last season, the Indians won the AL Central Division for the first time in 9 years en route to a World Series appearance. Manager Terry Francona continues to be a winner; the Indians are in the midst of four consecutive winning seasons and baseball is alive and well in Cleveland again. The Indians will return the majority of a well-rounded offensive lineup. Key players Jason Kipnis, Francisco Lindor and Carlos Santana all return. Santana had a career year in 2016 hitting 34 home runs and driving in 87 runs. In the offseason, the Indians made a major move in landing coveted free agent, Edwin Encarnacion. Encarnacion was perhaps the offseason's biggest signing. In Encarnacion, Cleveland is getting a bonafide power hitter with consistent production. The Indians addressed their major area of need this offseason in signing a middle-of-the-order impact bat to replace the loss of Mike Napoli.

In 2016, all members of the Indians' starting rotation won at least 11 games. Lead by ace and perennial Cy Young candidate, Corey Kluber, the Indians should return one of the best rotations in the American League. Kluber has an electric strikeout repitoire. Carlos Carrasco should be a solid 1A option while Trevor Bauer and Danny Salazaar bring solid depth as dependable arms. The turning point to last season was the Indians acquisition of closer Andrew Miller. Miller was sensational in the playoffs finshing the season with well over 30 saves. 

All in all, the Cleveland Indians are once again expected to contend for a World Series title.

Progressive Field luxury suites are a great way to watch Indians baseball. Luxury boxes for the Indians will generally accommodate groups of 16–24 guests. With your Indians suite, guests will enter Progressive Field through a private entrance and have exclusive access to VIP clubs. Premium in-suite catering can be arranged for the suite in advance. Each Indians suite will feature balcony seating, interior lounge seating, HDTVs, Wi-Fi and a suite attendant.