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Suite Levels at Kauffman Stadium

Signature Suite

20 Tickets
4 Parking

A Kansas City Royals Signature suite features HDTVs, interior lounge seating, exterior premium seating, in-suite catering options, upscale furnishing and a dedicated... MORE

Dugout Suite

25 Tickets
35 Capacity
4 Parking

Dugout Suites are situated right next to the Royals and Visiting dugouts, on the field level. There is no better seat in the stadium! Each suite can accommodate up to... MORE

Triple Crown Suite

20 Tickets
4 Parking

Triple Crown Suites are located right behind home plate and have the best views in the stadium. Inside the suites, they are also very well appointed, featuring high... MORE

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Kansas City Royals Suite Prices

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Kauffman Stadium suite prices typically range from $3,000 - $6,000 for Kansas City Royals games. Signature suites are the most popular suite option. Prices for these Royals suites will vary based on day of game, opponent, and the location of the suite. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at Kauffman Stadium can vary widely based on the type of event.

Kansas City Royals Spotlight

2018 will be a rebuilding year for the Kansas City Royals, who saw much of their 2015 World Series championship core depart in free agency. Despite losing Alcides Escobar, Eric Hosmer, Mike Moustakas, and Lorenzo Cain, there are reasons to be optimistic in Kansas City for 2018.

This Royals roster is built around a group of scrappy young players looking to prove their worth in the big leagues. There is no doubt that the leader of this team is All-Star catcher Salvador Perez, who won the World Series MVP award during Kansas City’s historic 2015 season. Gold Glove left fielder Alex Gordon will look to bounce back from a down year at the plate, while Jorge Bonifacio and Whit Merrifield will aim to build off of their strong 2017 campaigns. Both Bonifacio and Merrifield’s production came as an unexpected surprise last year. Veteran Brandon Moss is a more than capable source of power and first baseman to act as a placeholder for Kansas City in 2018.

Some top prospects to look out for in 2018 are Hunter Dozier, Bubba Starling, and Richard Lovelady. Before getting hurt for much of 2017, Dozier was a monster at the plate in the minor leagues. As for Bubba Starling, he struggled for much of his minor league career before finally starting to put everything together last season. The Royals hope he can show glimpses of his potential in 2018 as Lorenzo Cain’s replacement. And lastly Richard Lovelady has the potential to become a dominant left handed option in the bullpen for manager Ned Yost. 2018 will be an important year in terms of developing young prospects at the major league level.

Behind Danny Duffy in the starting rotation, the Royals will rely on improvement from veteran starters Jason Hammel and Ian Kennedy. Fireballer Kelvin Herrera will once again man the ninth inning for Kansas City.

Watch the Kansas City Royals at Kauffman Stadium in one of Kansas City’s top luxury suites. A Royals suite features first-class amenities such as HDTVs, interior/exterior seating, in-suite catering options and a dedicated suite attendant. With a Royals luxury box, guests will also receive VIP parking, private entry into Kauffman Stadium, and exclusive access to VIP club areas. Most Kansas City Royals suites includes 20 tickets and 4 VIP parking passes.

Past Spotlights

The Kansas City Royals enter 2017 with high expectations buttressed by their recent playoff success. 2016 was a subpar year with the Royals finishing an even 81-81. In 2017, the Royals return the majority of their offense. Lead by homegrown talents, Mike Moustakas and Eric Hosmer, the Royals lineup will again rely on contact hitting and high on-base percetanges. Behind the plate the Royals return All-Star catcher, Salvador Perez. Perez has solidified himself as the league's top defensive catcher. 

In the offseason, the Royals dealt All-Star closer Wade Davis to the Chicago Cubs in exchange for OF Jorge Soler. Soler has a high ceiling as run-producing corner outfielder, but his inconsistent plate approach needs to be refined. Kansas City is banking on his development to provide energy at the back-end of their order. The Royals also acquired utility player, Brandon Moss, to fill the void of losing Kendrys Morales. While Moss doesn't hit for average, he provides plenty of power; Moss finished last season with 28 home runs for the Cardinals. 

Kansas City's season will most likely depend on the success of their starting pitching. While rather unproven, the Royals starting rotation of Danny Duffy, Ian Kennedy, Jason Vargas, Nathan Karns and rookie Matt Strahm should keep the Royals in games. With the loss of closer Wade Davis, flame-throwing righty, Kelvin Herrera steps into their closer role. 

Watch the Kansas City Royals at Kauffman Stadium in VIP style in a luxury suite. A Royals suite features first-class amenities such as HDTVs, interior/exterior seating, in-suite catering options and a dedicated suite attendant. With a Royals luxury box, guests will also receive VIP parking, private entry into Kauffman Stadium, and exclusive access to VIP club areas. Most Kansas City Royals suites includes 20 tickets and 4 VIP parking passes. 

The defending World Series champions have no reason to believe they can’t get back into the World Series in 2016. If the Kansas City Royals get back into the World Series again, that would make three straight appearances.

Manager Ned Yost is proving to be one of the best managers in baseball. In 2016, he’ll push to get a little more out of his squad as they lost some key additions from last year in Johnny Cueto and Ben Zobrist. To replace Cueto, the Royals did sign veteran Ian Kennedy. Kennedy will join Edinson Volquez, Yordano Ventura and Danny Duffy in the rotation. Ventura didn’t quite live up to his expectations a year ago but the young starter is a prime candidate for a bounce back season. The Royals have one of the league’s top bullpens led by their setup man, Kelvin Herrera and closer, Wade Davis. Davis stepped in for the injured Greg Holland and had a fantastic season.

The Royals have a very balanced lineup filled with speed and power. Eric Hosmer and Kendrys Morales are the big bats in the middle of the order. Lorenzo Cain has blossomed into a player that can potentially hit 20 home runs and steal you over 25 bases. Alex Gordon has resigned with the Royals. Gordon is one of the best leftfielders in all of baseball. Salvador Perez is known for being one of the better hitting catchers in the league. The rest of the lineup will feature Mike Moustakas, Alcides Escobar, Jarrod Dyson and Omar Infante. With most of these players getting better with each year, the Royals could see 5 players reach twenty home runs or more in their lineup.

Watch the Kansas City Royals at Kauffman Stadium in VIP style. Rent a luxury suite for the Kansas City Royals on a game-by-game basis. A Royals suite features first-class amenities such as HDTVs, interior/exterior seating, in-suite catering options and a dedicated suite attendant. With a Royals luxury box, guests will also receive VIP parking, private entry into Kauffman Stadium and exclusive access to VIP lounges. A Kansas City Royals suite includes 20 tickets and 4 VIP parking passes. A Royals suite at Kauffman Stadium is the perfect setting for any occasion.

The Kansas City Royals enter 2015 as the team to beat in the American League Central. After reaching the World Series last season, the Royals have trumped the Detroit Tigers as AL Central favorites in 2015. Another postseason run for the Royals isn’t out of the question at all. The Royals were one game away from become World Series champions in 2014. The Royals reached the postseason for the first time in 29 years. Although they finished second in the AL Central, they were the number one Wild Card team after finishing with an 89-73 overall record. In 2015, the Royals have made some significant changes to their roster. They signed pitcher Edinson Volquez, designated hitter Kendrys Morals, outfielder Alex Rios and pitcher Kris Medlen. The Royals did lose a few key players due to free agency in Nori Aoki, James Shields and Brett Butler. Volquez will replace Shields nicely. Morales will also fit in well in replacing Butler and Rios is an upgrade compared to Aoki. The Royals will lean on their stars if they want to get back into the playoffs. Alex Gordon has MVP potential and is one of the Royals’ main leaders in the clubhouse. Eric Hosmer is still blossoming into a star. Hosmer hit just 9 home runs last season but really came on during the playoffs. Hosmer hit .351 in the postseason compared to .270 during the 2014 season. The Royals have plenty of players who can steal bases, something the team relied on heavily throughout last season. Those players include Lorenzo Cain, Alcides Escobar and Jarrod Dyson. The Royals have one of the best offensive catchers in the game in Salvador Perez. The Royals are going to turn to their young pitching star, Yordano Ventura, to lead their staff. Ventura is known for throwing heat and striking out batters. Ventura was one of the best rookies in the league last season and should improve in 2015. Following Ventura will be Volquez, Jason Vargas and Danny Duffy. The bullpen is led by closer Greg Holland. Holland has an excellent supporting cast in Wade Davis, Kelvin Herrera and Luke Hochevar. Manager Ned Yost has the Royals on the right path to success.

Watch the Kansas City Royals at Kauffman Stadium in VIP style. Rent a luxury suite for the Kansas City Royals on a game-by-game basis. A Royals suite features first-class amenities such as HDTVs, interior/exterior seating, in-suite catering options and a dedicated suite attendant. With a Royals luxury box, guests will also receive VIP parking, private entry into Kauffman Stadium and exclusive access to VIP lounges. A Kansas City Royals suite includes 20 tickets and 4 VIP parking passes. A Royals suite at Kauffman Stadium is the perfect setting for any occasion.

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