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Comerica Park, Detroit, MI

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Suite Levels at Comerica Park

Diamond Suite

20 Tickets
3 Parking

Diamond Suites at Comerica Park are located along the first and third base lines on the 100 and 200 levels. They have capacity for 20 guests and include private... MORE

Homeplate Suite

27 Tickets
3 Parking

Homeplate Suites feature the best vantage point in Comerica Park. They are located right behind home plate and have the perfect batters eye view. These suites include... MORE

Legends Suite

18 Tickets
24 Capacity
4 Parking

Legends Suites are positioned above the Champions Club at Comerica Park, and include 3 VIP parking passes, private restrooms, a dedicated suite attendant and in-suite... MORE

Party Suite

60 Tickets
70 Capacity
3 Parking

Party Suites are ideal for larger groups, and can accommodate from 20 to 70 guests. They come with indoor and outdoor areas, private in-suite bathrooms, suite... MORE

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Detroit Tigers Suite Prices

How much do Tigers suites cost?

Comerica Park suite prices typically range from $3,450 - $5,800 for Detroit Tigers games. Prices vary based on day of game, the Tigers' opponent, and the location of the suite in Comerica Park. A Tigers luxury suite for concerts and other events at Comerica Park can vary widely in price based on the type of event.

Detroit Tigers Spotlight

The 2018 season will likely be a rebuilding year for the Detroit Tigers. New manager Ron Gardenhire will replace Brad Ausmus after Ausmus went just 64-98 as Tigers manager last season. Gardenhire will aim to get the Tigers back on track to the perennial playoff team they were just a few years ago.

Miguel Cabrera, an eleven-time All-Star and two-time American League MVP, is still the face of the Detroit Tigers franchise. As he enters his age-35 season, Miggy needs just 38 home runs to reach 500 career home runs. He would become just the second active player, along with Albert Pujols, to reach the famous threshold. Nicholas Castellanos will join Cabrera as Detroit’s top offensive players. Last season the 25-year old third baseman hit .272 with 26 home runs and 101 RBI’s.

On the mound, Michael Fulmer is looking towards a huge year in 2018. The 2016 American League Rookie of the Year will be crucial to the Tigers success the next few seasons. He was originally acquired in the trade that sent Yoenis Cespedes to the New York Mets in 2015. Expect the Tigers front office to give plenty of playing time to the team’s young prospects in 2018 in order to evaluate the young talent already on the roster.

Watch Tigers baseball from the best seat in the house, a Comerica Park skybox. Luxury suites for a Tigers game can accommodate groups of 18 – 24 guests. With your Tigers suite, your group will get private entry into Comerica Park, exclusive access to stadium clubs, and a Tigers suite attendant to help with any gameday necessities. In-suite catering options are available to purchase in advance. Luxury boxes will feature HDTVs, Wi-Fi, private restrooms and indoor/outdoor premium seating.

Past Spotlights

The 2017 Detroit Tigers have one of the strongest lineups in the American League Central division. There isn’t much change from season ago but that’s because this roster has helped the team get to two World Series appearances in the past decade.

Comerica Park is one of the most hitter friendly venues in all of baseball making it an exciting place to watch baseball. The Tigers are led by Miguel Cabrera at first base. Ian Kinsler and Jose Iglesias will be handling the middle of the infield with Nick Castellanos at third. This entire infield combined for 100 home runs last year. The outfield is filled with power hitters as well including J.D. Martinez and Justin Upton. Arguably the best DH in the American League, Victor Martinez is one of the tougher outs in baseball.

On the mound, the Tigers saw Justin Verlander return to All-Star form in 2016. The Tigers hope for another season just like that from their ace. Michael Fulmer won the AL Rookie of the Year award last season. Fulmer enters 2017 with high expectations. Jordan Zimmermann wasn’t himself last year but a bounce back season from Zimmermann could help the Tigers form a strong rotation. Anibal Sanchez and Daniel Norris will round out the rotation. In the bullpen, Francisco Rodriguez is the team’s closer.

Watch Tigers baseball from the best seat in the house, a Comerica Park luxury suite. Suites for a Tigers game can accommodate groups of 18 – 24 guests. With your Tigers suite, your group will get private entry into Comerica Park, exclusive access to stadium clubs and a Tigers suite attendant to help with any gameday necessities. In-suite catering options are available to purchase in advance. Luxury boxes will feature HDTVs, Wi-Fi, private restrooms and indoor/outdoor premium seating.

Offense: The 2016 Detroit Tigers have nowhere but up to go. After finishing last in the AL Central division, the Tigers hope they made enough improvements this offseason to move up in the standings. 2015 Was the Tigers first losing record since 2008. So with a switch at general manager, the Tigers signed multiple free agents who will make an immediate impact on the team. The Tigers have arguably the best hitter in baseball right in the middle of their lineup in Miguel Cabrera. Cabrera won his fourth AL batting title last season despite only playing in 119 games. The 2-time MVP will have a great supporting cast. J.D. Martinez has become a huge threat with the bat. Martinez hit 38 home runs last season. Justin Upton is now with the Tigers. Upton will take over left field and will provide more power in the lineup. Upton was one of the top free agents available. Ian Kinsler is one of the best hitting second basemen in the league. Victor Martinez is one of the toughest players to strike out. Cameron Maybin, who was originally drafted by the Tigers, is back with the club and will be big addition to the outfield.

Pitching: Manager Brad Ausmus’ toughest challenge last season was with the health of his staff. They finished with the worst ERA in the American League last year so the Tigers started the offseason by signing starter Jordan Zimmerman. Zimmerman previously pitched for the Nationals and has been one of the most consistent pitchers in baseball over the past four seasons. Zimmerman should follow Justin Verlander in the rotation. Verlander finished very strong in 2015 after bouncing back from an injury. Anibal Sanchez will look for a healthy season after getting bit by the injury bug as well. Newcomers Daniel Norris and Mike Pelfrey will round out the rotation. The Tigers also added proven closer Francisco Rodriguez to secure the ninth inning this season.

Schedule: In 2016, the Tigers will host the Seattle Mariners, Cleveland Indians, Kansas City Royals, Minnesota Twins, Miami Marlins, Houston Astros, Chicago White Sox, New York Mets, Boston Red Sox, Los Angeles Angels and Baltimore Orioles.

Suites and Special Events: Suites for the Detroit Tigers offer a perfect setting for business or for pleasure. Tigers’ suites at Comerica Park accommodate groups of 18 to 24 people. A Tigers luxury box will include all the finest amenities such as private restrooms, VIP parking, in-suite catering options and indoor/outdoor seating. Guests will also get private entry into Comerica Park and access to VIP clubs inside.

The Detroit Tigers have one of the most feared lineups in all of baseball. Their bats helped win the American League Central in 2014 for the fourth straight year and will help them contend again in 2015. Those stars include Miguel Cabrera, Ian Kinsler and Victor Martinez. J.D. Martinez came up huge for the Tigers in 2014. The team also traded for power hitter Yoenis Cespedes in the offseason. On the mound, the Tigers have two number one aces in Justin Verlander and David Price. Anibal Sanchez and new pick-up Alfredo Simon will round out their rotation. Manager Brad Ausmus will have a little more depth than previous years in the dugout.

Tigers’ suites at Comerica Park accommodate groups of 16 to 24 people. A Tigers luxury box will include all the finest amenities such as private restrooms, VIP parking, in-suite catering options and indoor/outdoor seating. Suites for the Tigers offer a perfect setting for business or for pleasure.

After being in the American League Championship Series three straight years, the Detroit Tigers are hoping 2014 will be the season they win it all. The Tigers may have the best 1-2 punch on the mound with pitchers such as 2011 MVP Justin Verlander and reigning Cy Young winner Max Scherzer. Prince Fielder was traded in the offseason to the Rangers and in return the Tigers added second baseman Ian Kinsler. Back-to-back MVP winner Miguel Cabrera will solidify the middle of the order along with veterans Torii Hunter, Victor Martinez and Austin Jackson. The Tigers also have new Manager Brad Ausmus. Ausmus replaces former Manager Jim Leyland. With interleague this season, fans at Comerica Park will have the chance to see the San Francisco Giants, Los Angeles Dodgers, Colorado Rockies and Pittsburgh Pirates. You can see these teams and the all of the American League from a private luxury suite. Suites at Comerica Park accommodate groups of 20. A luxury box will include all the finest amenities such as private restrooms, VIP parking, in-suite catering options and indoor/outdoor seating.

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