Milwaukee Brewers Suites

Miller Park, Milwaukee, WI

Do you own a suite at this stadium?

Sell Your Brewers Suite With Us
Miller Park

Do you own a suite at this stadium?

Sell Your Brewers Suite With Us

Upcoming Events

Filter Events:Filter Events×Brewers Concerts & Other
  • Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs

    Miller Park, Milwaukee WI

  • Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs

    Miller Park, Milwaukee WI

  • Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs

    Miller Park, Milwaukee WI

  • Milwaukee Brewers vs. St. Louis Cardinals

    Miller Park, Milwaukee WI

  • Milwaukee Brewers vs. St. Louis Cardinals

    Miller Park, Milwaukee WI

  • Milwaukee Brewers vs. St. Louis Cardinals

    Miller Park, Milwaukee WI

  • Milwaukee Brewers vs. New York Mets

    Miller Park, Milwaukee WI

  • Milwaukee Brewers vs. New York Mets

    Miller Park, Milwaukee WI

  • Milwaukee Brewers vs. New York Mets

    Miller Park, Milwaukee WI

  • Milwaukee Brewers vs. New York Mets

    Miller Park, Milwaukee WI

Showing 10 events
Show more upcoming events Show all events

Milwaukee Brewers Suite Prices

How much do Milwaukee Brewers suites cost?

Brewers suites will vary in price depending on opponent, day of game, and suite availability. Most Brewers games will range from $3,000 to $5,500. For any non-Brewers event at Miller Park, suite prices can vary widely based on the type of event.

Suite Levels at Miller Park

Club Suite

20 Tickets
2 Parking

Additional Questions?

Please view our Frequently Asked Questions or Contact Us.

We are always happy to assist you.

Brewers Spotlight

Current MLB Season

The 2019 Milwaukee Brewers are looking to take another crack at the postseason. Last season, the Brewers won the NL Central Division for the first time since 2011. Christian Yelich was named the NL MVP in his first season with the Brewers, a repeat performance will sure help the Brewers chances at another division title. Manager Craig Counsell will essentially have the same roster in 2019.

With Yelich leading the way, Lorenzo Cain, Ryan Braun, Travis Shaw and Jesus Aguilar will power the lineup. The Brewers resigned Mike “Moose” Moustakas and signed free agent Yasmani Grandal to handle catching duties.

The Brewers pitching rotation will feature Jhoulys Chacin, Chase Anderson, Zach Davies and Freddy Peralta. A key to success last season was their Brewers’ bullpen. Players like Corey Knebel, Josh Hader and Jeremy Jeffress all had strong season they will... MORE

Past Spotlights

The Milwaukee Brewers were one of last year’s surprise teams in Major League Baseball. Expected by many to be basement dwellers in the NL Central, the Brew Crew led the division for much of the summer and finished with a record of 86-76. Milwaukee finished one game shy of the postseason, leading to optimism that the club can get over the hump in 2018.

Manager Craig Counsell will rely on last year’s power surge to carry over to the new season. Eric Thames, Domingo Santana, and Travis Shaw each hit over 30 home runs, which was the primary reason the Brewers led the National League in home runs last season. Ryan Braun will look to have a bounceback year in 2018, while Jonathan Villar, Orlando Arcia, and Keon Broxton will play key roles as well. Replicating the offensive performance from last year will be key for Milwaukee.

The Milwaukee Brewers signed right-hander Jhoulys Chacin to a 2 year, $15.5 million contract in the off-season to bolster the starting rotation. Jimmy Nelson will miss a good portion of 2018 after having shoulder surgery in September, which is why the Brewers felt the need to sign Chacin in free agency. Zach Davies, who has been very impressive during his first few years in the MLB, provides another top of the rotation starter for Milwaukee. At just 25 years old, Davies hopes to have a breakout season in 2018. Chase Anderson will look to build off of last year’s success as well. In order to add depth to the rotation, the Brewers brought back former ace Yovani Gallardo on a 1 year, $2 million deal. He will compete for a backend starting rotation spot in spring training. In the bullpen, 2017 All-Star Corey Knebel will be the man locking down games in the ninth inning. He was ironically acquired as just a minor league prospect when the Brewers traded Gallardo away a few seasons ago. Now both pitchers plan to help the Brewers win ball games in 2018.

Built in 2001, Miller Park is fan-friendly ballpark. Brewers luxury suites are perfect for any occasion, whether it be for business or pleasure. Most Brewers luxury boxes will accommodate groups of 16-24 guests. Skyboxes at Miller Park will feature private restrooms, HDTVs, upscale furnishing, VIP parking, balcony seating and interior lounge seating. Guests with a suite ticket will also be able to enter Miller Park through a private entrance.

The 2017 Milwaukee Brewers have committed to rebuilding. Under new GM David Stearns, the Brewers roster has been purged of large contracts and aging players. Stearns is accumulating prospects and piecing together a competitive team. Miller Park remains a hitters park, so expect plenty of home runs in 2017. Brewers fans will be happy to see the familiar face of Ryan Braun once again anchoring their lineup. Braun is a hometown favorite; he returns for his 11th season with Milwaukee. Stearns and Manager Craig Counsell will try to surround Braun with enough protection to keep him dangerous. In the offseason, the Brewers signed power-hitting outfielder Eric Thames to replace Chris Carter who hit 41 home runs last season. Thames has played the past 2 seasons in Korea. Fans hope his raw power will still translate back into the Major League's. Brewers fans have reason to be excited about slick-fielding shortstop Orlando Arcia. Arcia is still developing as a hitter, but he certainly offers high upside. With Arcia slated to be the everday shortstop, Jonathan Villar will transition to second base. Villar had a productive season last year, his first as an everyday player. Villar hit 19 homeruns and maintained an OPS well over .800. 

While the Brewers do have a limited rotation, potential is evident. Junior Guerra finished last season with a 2.81 ERA with 121 innings pitched. Management is keen on his upside. Veteran's Matt Garza and Zach Davies will be counted on heavily. Davies does not overpower hitters, but he has good control, limits walks and pitches to situational contact. The Brewers should have a reliable bullpen in 2017. After acquiring reliever Neftali Feliz in January expect him to become the new closer.

Built in 2001, Miller Park is fan-friendly ballpark. Brewers luxury suites are perfect for any occasion, be it business or pleasure. Most Brewers luxury boxes will accommodate groups of 16-24. VIP parking will be included with your suite rental. Luxury boxes at Miller Park will feature private restrooms, HDTVs, upscale furnishing, balcony seating and interior lounge seating. Guests with a suite ticket will also be able to enter Miller Park through a private entrance.

Looking for a different team or stadium?

We rent out suites all over the country