Miami Marlins Suites

Marlins Park, Miami, FL

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Suite Levels at Marlins Park

MVP Suite
16 Tickets
2 Parking

MVP suites will include 16 tickets and 2 VIP parking passes. These suites are located down each baseline. Suite amenities include HDTVs, Wi-Fi, upscale furnishing,... MORE

Founders & Legends Suite
22 Tickets
4 Parking

Founders & Legends suites can accommodate groups of up to 22 guests. These suites are located in the infield at Marlins Park. Suites at Marlins Park are... MORE

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Miami Marlins Suite Prices

How much do Marlins suites cost?

Suite prices for a Marlins game will vary based on the opponent, day of the week and how many people you have attending. Pricing will range from $2,200 - $4,500 for regular season games. For all non-Marlins events at Marlins Park, pricing can vary widely based on the type of event.

Miami Marlins Spotlight

The Miami Marlins enter 2017 looking to compete for a Wild Card playoff birth. The Washington Nationals and New York Mets remain favorites to win the NL East, but the Marlins have enough firepower to contend for a playoff spot. Superstar Giancarlo Stanton is a generational talent. Stanton has the most raw power the MLB has ever seen and his jaw-dropping home runs are nothing short of extraordinary. Surrounding Stanton in the middle of the batting order will be outfielder's Christian Yelich and Marcell Ozuna. In 2016, Yelich finally had his breakout year offensively. He has a compact, fluid stroke at the plate and possesses good gap-to-gap power which should soon translate into more home runs. Yelich plays a Gold Glove outfield and should move to center field full-time this season. Ozuna brings energy to the top of the lineup and should bat behind leadoff man, Dee Gordon. Gordon is a contact hitter and always a threat to steal when on base. If Stanton can stay healthy and produce an MVP caliber season, the Marlins will be an exciting team to track.

Starting pitching will be the key to Miami's success in 2017. While underrated, the Marlins do possess quality arms. The rotation will be lead by newly acquired Edison Volquez and veteran Tom Kohler. Wei-Yin Chen provides a reliable middle of the rotation arm. If Volquez can return to 2015 form, he will give the pitching staff a big boost.

Built in 2012, Marlins Park is one of Major League Baseball's most unique venues. Possessing traditional Miami flare, fans attending a game at Marlins Park will experience first class amenities and a great viewing experience. From fish tanks behind home plate to a dance club in right field, its a fantasic place to entertain clients, family or friends. Most suites at Marlins Park can accommodate of 16–22 people. Larger outfield party suites can accomodate up to 30. Suites will be climate-controlled and have interior and exterior seating.

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