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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.

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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Marlins Spotlight

Last year was the Marlins first year under a new ownership group led by Derek Jeter and Bruce Sherman. The Marlins have retooled their roster and the broader vision includes redefining the baseball culture and fan experience in South Florida. 2019 continues a rebuilding phase, but the organization has been injected with a lot of young talent and the Marlins should be in a much better place to compete in the National League this season.

The Marlins return a legitimate building block for the future in 3rd baseman Brian Anderson. Anderson is a homegrown talent and he hit .273 with 65 RBIs last season. It was his first full season, so it’s reasonable to expect an increase in his power numbers next season. The Marlins will rely on production from their 2nd baseman Starlin Castro. Castro is a 4x All-Star and should be a coveted trade piece throughout the season. In the offseason, the Marlins added veteran hitters Curtis Granderson and Neil Walker, and pitcher Sergio Ramos. In recent trade returns, the Marlins added two elite prospects, Sixto Sanchez and Victor Mesa. Sixto Sanchez is a consensus top-30 MLB prospect.

On the pitching front, Jose Urena, is the projected ace of the Marlins rotation. The Marlins have plenty of other young arms as well. As the Marlins continue to re-define themselves, they should see the most improvement in their young pitching staff. Mel Stottlemyre, the current pitching coach, is well respected across the league and he believes the rotation has elite potential. Sandy Alcantara, Caleb Smith and Trevor Richards, to name a few, are high-ceiling prospects that should take a step forward in 2019.

Under Derek Jeter, the Marlins aim to redefine the baseball experience in South Florida. Marlins Park, built in 2012, is a unique and state-of-the-art venue and could be a destination attraction in Miami. The Premium spaces at Marlins Park are phenomenal, a fantastic place to entertain clients, family or friends with your next group outing.

Past Spotlights

The Miami Marlins head into the 2018 season with an entirely different look on and off the field. Derek Jeter and his ownership team purchased the Marlins from former owner Jeffrey Loria, and they have injected the franchise with new energy. 2018 will be a rebuilding year for Miami, hoping to plant the seeds for a brighter future.

Christian Yelich and Justin Bour will be the focal point of the Marlins lineup in 2018. Yelich is one of baseball’s more dynamic, young outfielders, and Bour has proven to be a legitimate power threat from the left side of the plate. Starlin Castro, who came over from the Yankees as part of the Giancarlo Stanton trade, will join Bour and veteran Martin Prado on the infield. Behind the dish, J.T. Realmuto is one of the game’s best young catchers. He should help the pitching staff develop while providing a reliable bat in the lineup.

On the mound, Jose Urena will look to build off the major strides he took in 2017. Urena’s fastball has been able to generate a ton of ground balls with its late dip in the strike zone. Wei-Yin Chen and Adam Conley offer two southpaw options in the rotation to go with right handers Urena and Dan Straily. Conley will look to regain his form from 2015 and 2016, as last year was one for Conley to forget. Manager Don Mattingly returns to Miami for his third season as the Marlins manager.

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 in a luxury box will experience first class amenities and a great viewing experience. From fish tanks behind home plate to a dance club in right field, Marlins Park a fantastic place to entertain clients, family or friends. Most suites at Marlins Park can accommodate 16–22 people, while larger outfield party suites can accommodate up to 30 guests. All suites will be climate-controlled and have interior and exterior seating, ensuring you and your guests receive a first class experience in a Marlins Park luxury suite.




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.

The 2016 Miami Marlins are looking to improve upon their 2015 campaign. The front office has brought in Don Mattingly to be manager of their young squad. Last season, the Marlins finished third in the NL East. To move up in the division and fight for a playoff spot, they will rely on one of the most feared hitters in the game, Giancarlo Stanton. Stanton is the franchise-leading home run hitter for the Marlins and as long as he can stay healthy, he’s an MVP candidate every year. Rounding out the outfield is Christian Yelich and Marcell Ozuna. Yelich is a player many think can lead the league in hitting. Speaking of great hitting, the Marlins signed second baseman Dee Gordon to an extension this offseason. Gordon was the NL batting champion last season after hitting .333. Gordon also led the entire league in stolen bases. The rest of the infield will include Justin Bour, Adeiny Hechavarria and Martin Prado. To help improve the offense this season, the Marlins added All-Time Home Run leader, Barry Bonds, as hitting coach.

On the mound, the Marlins are led by their ace, Jose Fernandez. Fernandez came back from Tommy John surgery last season and performed well. Fernandez has a career ERA of just 2.40. Jarred Cosart, Tom Koehler, Adam Conley and Edwin Jackson will fill out the Marlins’ rotation with A.J. Ramos closing out games.

Marlins Park is one of Major League’s Baseball most unique venues. While you can see fish tanks behind home plate and a dance club in the outfield, there’s something for everyone. Most suites at Marlins Park can accommodate of 16 – 22 people. Suites will climate-controlled and have interior and exterior seating. Whether you are entertaining for business or for pleasure, a Marlins suite is the perfect setting for any occasion.

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.

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