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Colorado Rockies Suite Prices

How much do Colorado Rockies suites cost?

Prices typically range from $4,000-$5,000 for Colorado Rockies suites. Prices vary based on day of game, opponent, and the location of the suite in Coors Field. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at Coors Field can vary widely based on the type of event.

Suite Levels at Coors Field

Private Luxury Suite

24 Tickets
7 Parking

Private Suite

12 Tickets
2 Parking

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Rockies Spotlight

Current MLB Season

The Colorado Rockies and Nolan Arenado are going to be sticking around for years to come. That’s the best news any Rockies fan can ask for this past offseason. Arenado has signed an eight-year contract extension worth $260 million. In terms of offense and defense, Arenado maybe baseball’s best all-around player. With Arenado’s extension and extending the contract of manager, Bud Black, the Rockies feel like they’re going to be a force to be reckoned with in the NL West.

The offense is always the talking point for the Rockies. Coors Field can bring out the best in a hitter and they hope Daniel Murphy, who already is a great batter, could see his best seasons yet. Murphy signed a two-year deal with the Rockies to play first base. All-Star Charlie Blackmon leads off for their dynamic lineup and it only gets tougher from there. Ian Desmond, Trevor Story and... MORE

Past Spotlights

The Colorado Rockies will look to return to the postseason in 2018. Last year, the Rockies surprised many around Major League Baseball with a record of 87-75, but they fell short in the National League Wild Card Game. With a revamped bullpen and a powerful lineup, the Rockies are poised to return to the playoffs this season.

The Rockies were perhaps the most aggressive team in terms of creating an elite bullpen during the off-season. General manager Jeff Bridich dished out over $106 million in contracts to relievers Wade Davis, Bryan Shaw, and Jake McGee. No team has ever invested so heavily in their bullpen, but the Rockies believe it will help balance out their dynamic offense. Bud Black expects to have plenty of assets at his disposal to use in the late innings during October.

Playing in mile high conditions, the Rockies have always produced a ton of runs. There’s never a shortage of offense during the summertime at Coors Field, and this year should be no different with MVP candidate Nolan Arenado leading the charge. All-Stars Charlie Blackmon and D.J. LeMahieu excel at getting on base ahead of Arenado, meaning he should once again find himself among the league leaders in RBI’s. Blackmon and LeMahieu both expect to compete for the National League batting title in 2018, an achievement Blackmon won last season and LeMahieu won two seasons ago. Rounding out the lineup, Ian Desmond and Trevor Story provide plenty of pop themselves.

The new ace of the pitching staff, Jon Gray, enjoyed a career year last season. Despite the home field conditions that have crippled starting pitchers in the past, Gray won 10 games and posted a 3.67 ERA. Behind Gray, Tyler Anderson, German Marquez, and Chad Bettis will look to solidify the starting rotation.

Watch the Rockies battle for the NL West title from a private luxury suite. Luxury boxes at Coors Field offer both indoor and outdoor seating from your suite. With a Rockies skybox, guests receive VIP parking, premium in-suite catering options and a dedicated Rockies suite attendant. Enjoy private entry into Coors field and exclusive access to VIP clubs in the stadium. The price for a Rockies suite will vary by the opponent, day of the week and location of the suite.

The 2017 Colorado Rockies are going to be one of the best offensive teams in baseball. The lineup is fill players who can not only hit home runs but guys who can bat for a good average as well. Nolan Arenado is an MVP candidate along with Carlos Gonzales. Before his injury, Trevor Story became a household name after taking over for Troy Tulowitzki.

 With Arenado, Gonzales and Story in the middle of the lineup, the Rockies have Charlie Blackmon and DJ LeMahieu at the top of the order. The Rockies signed free agent, Ian Desmond to play first base this year. Rookie outfielder David Dahl played great after being called up last year, Dahl will be given a shot to be the Rockies everyday left fielder in 2017. Gerardo Parra and Mark Reynolds will also be in the mix when the starters need a day of rest.

Pitching is always a battle at Coors Field although this year could be different. Manager Bud Black has a new ace in John Gray. Gray in his first year in the big leagues performed a very well finishing with a 3.38 ERA. Behind Gray, the rotation will round out with Chad Bettis, Tyler Chatwood, Tyler Anderson and Jeff Hoffman. The bullpen got an upgrade in the offseason with the signing of Greg Holland. Holland, Jake McGee and Adam Ottavino could all see opportunities as the Rockies closer.

Watch the Rockies battle in the NL West from a private luxury suite. Luxury boxes at Coors Field offer both indoor and outdoor seating from your suite. With a Rockies suite, guests receive VIP parking, premium in-suite catering options and a dedicated Rockies suite attendant. Enjoy private entry into Coors field and exclusive access to VIP clubs in the stadium. The price for a Rockies suite will vary by the opponent, day of the week and location of the suite.