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How will Covid-19 / Coronavirus impact my event?

No matter what happens, Suite Experience Group has you covered - your suite will be protected by our 100% Guarantee.

Latest Covid-19 / Coronavirus Updates

SEG is constantly reviewing guidance from professional leagues, teams, venues, and government agencies, and will help you navigate these uncertain times.

The SEG 100% Guarantee

  • We guarantee you will receive your suite tickets in time for your event. In the extremely rare case that you do not, we will offer you an alternative option if available or we will refund you at least 100% of your total purchase price.
  • If the event is canceled or if fans are no longer permitted, you may choose to receive a full refund or a credit towards a future SEG purchase.
  • If the event date changes, you will receive the suite you purchased for the new date.
  • Some listings are further protected by a Flexible Refund Policy which allows you to receive a full refund for any reason as long as you contact us at least 21 days prior to the event date.

Please reach out to us if you have any further questions at [email protected] or 800-592-7043.

Miami Marlins Suite Prices and Details

How much do Miami Marlins suites cost?

Suite prices for a Miami Marlins game will vary based on the opponent, day of the week and luxury box size and location within loanDepot park (formerly Marlins Park). Marlins suite pricing will range from $2,000-$5,000 for regular season games on average.

How many guests can fit in a Marlins suite?

The suites at loanDepot park accommodate groups of 12-24 guests on average, in varying locations around the ballpark. Depending on the suite configuration, additional tickets may be available for standing room only(SRO). The available suite locations are Founders & Legends, MVP, and Fiesta Suites.

Suite Levels at loanDepot park

Founders Suite

16-26 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

Legends Suite

16-26 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

MVP Suite

8-20 Tickets
2-4 Parking
Catering Available

Championship Suite

40-75 Tickets
8-10 Parking
Catering Available

Hall of Fame Club

32-52 Tickets
1 Parking
Food & Beverage Included

AutoNation Alley Deck

75-100 Tickets
10-15 Parking
Food & Beverage Included

Fiesta Suite

12-28 Tickets
3-4 Parking
Catering Available

loanDepot park Event Planning Guide

Catering

Miami Marlins luxury suites can be catered with your favorite food and drinks at an additional cost. Marlins suite guests can pre-order off the loanDepot park suite menu in advance to their game. There's no minimum and in-suite catering is optional. On average, most people spend $75-$100 per person.

Parking and Transportation

VIP parking passes are included with a Marlins suite rental. Each pass is clearly labeled for one of four parking garages near loanDepot park. Additional passes can be purchased in advance or on the day of the game. Rideshare is located in East Lot 1 at the northeast corner of loanDepot park.

Budget

Miami Marlins luxury suites cost $2,000-$5,000 on average. Marlins luxury boxes vary in price depending on the opponent, size of the suite and day of the week. Food and beverage is additional and can cost around $75-$100 per person. The catering charge won't occur until game day.

Dress Code

There is no particular dress code when in a Miami Marlins luxury box. If it is a corporate event, most people will be dressed in business casual attire. However, it's most common to Marlins suite ticket holders in team-branded apparel and casual clothing. Comfortable shoes are recommended.

Venue Bag Policy

Bags must be no larger than 16"x16"x8" in size. All bags are subject to inspection; clear bags are preferred. Guests shall be limited to one soft-sided bag(e.g. diaper bag, small purse, fanny pack, backpack, etc.) per person. These policies apply to Miami Marlins suite ticket holders as well.

Entrances

Miami Marlins suite guests can enter 2 hours prior to first pitch as they receive early access. Premium gates include The Club: DEX Imaging entrance and 3rd Base Dugout Club gate on the North side of the park, the 1st Base Dugout Club in the West Plaza and Bobby Maduro Entrance on the South side.

Child Ticket Policy

Children up to 36 months old do not need a ticket to enter loanDepot park. Any child older must possess a ticket to enter, even if their group will be in one of the Marlins luxury suites. Car seats are permitted inside the ballpark; however, a ticket must be purchased as it will account for a seat.

Additional Questions?

Please view our Frequently Asked Questions or Contact Us.

We are always happy to assist you.

Marlins Spotlight

Current MLB Season

Fresh off an amazing 2020 season, the 2021 Miami Marlins look to keep the momentum going this season. The Marlins biggest splash ahead of the 2021 season was not a big signing or trade, it was hiring Kim Ng to be their new general manager, making Ng the first woman to become a GM in North American professional team sports and MLB’s first Asian-American to be a GM.

The Marlins lineup will feature a solid mix of power and speed with everyday players like Starling Marte, Brian Anderson, Jesus Aguilar, Miguel Rojas, Corey Dickerson, and Adam Duvall. On the mound, the Marlins pitching rotation will be led by Sandy Alcantara and Pablo Lopez.

loanDepot park (formerly Marlins Park) went through some fan-friendly improvements over the past couple of seasons. With fans expected back at some point in 2021, they can experience the Marlins Biscayne Bay Brew Hall. This bar and... MORE

Past Spotlights

The Marlins believe they have turned the corner on their massive rebuild and hope to have more success in a competitive National League East division.

Sandy Alcantara anchors the rotation, and he should get some help throughout the season as prospects Sixto Sanchez, Edward Cabrera, and Nick Neidert may all debut in 2020.

On offense, the biggest acquisition was coach James Rowson, who served with a Twins team that set a single-season home run record in 2019. Expect Brian Anderson, Jonathan Villar, and Jesus Aguilar to benefit while waiting on reinforcements like Monte Harrison and Jesus Sanchez from the minors.

Marlins Park went through some fan-friendly improvements in time for 2020. The outfield fences in center field are coming in from 407 to 400 feet and right-center is being moved in from 399 to 387 feet. Also new for 2020 is the Biscayne Bay Brew Hall. This bar and social seating area has large garage doors that can be open to enjoy the comfortable open-air climate.

The AutoNation Alley Deck is also debuting this season. It’s an outfield space that can hold from 50-175 guests, offers a variety of seating options, and exclusive catering options are available.

The Club: DEX Imaging is just steps away from home plate comes with seats right behind home plate and offers a variety of food and drink options along with unique experiences and other surprises.

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.