Minnesota Twins Suites

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

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Minnesota Twins Suite Prices

How much do Minnesota Twins suites cost?

Prices typically range from $2,900-$6,000 for Minnesota Twins suites. Prices vary based on day of game, opponent, and the location of the suite. Suites at Target Field can accommodate groups 16-30 people. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at Target Field can vary widely based on the type of event.

Suite Levels at Target Field

Skyline Suite

50 Tickets
150 Capacity

Premier Luxury Suite

16 Tickets
20 Capacity
2 Parking

Event Luxury Suite

24 Tickets
30 Capacity

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Twins Spotlight

Current MLB Season

The 2019 Minnesota Twins are ready to take over the American League Central. Target Field is home for the Twins and fans headed to the park will get to see their favorite Twins’ players wearing new uniforms this season! Target Field offers fans breath taking views of the city and it’s hard to imagine, it’s already the tenth season.

The 2019 plan is to get back in the postseason and to get there, the Twins have hired Rocco Baldelli as their manager. The additions didn’t stop there, during the offseason, the Twins added some... MORE

Past Spotlights

The Minnesota Twins made history in 2017 when they became the first team in MLB history to make the postseason just one year after losing 100+ games. The Twins lost in the AL Wild Card Game, but it was still a season far better than perhaps even the Twins themselves could have ever dreamed of. They will look to build on last year’s magical season and carry that success over to 2018.

Veteran Joe Mauer will enter his 15th season, all of which have come with Minnesota. Despite not producing the type of power scouts once thought he could, Mauer still gets on base at an excellent rate and rarely strikes out. If Brian Dozier hits at least 28 home runs in 2018, it will be his fourth consecutive year reaching that clip. The Twins second baseman has emerged as a lethal power threat in the middle of the lineup along with 2017 All-Star Miguel Sano. Sano is one of the most exciting young players in all of baseball, bringing electricity and power to the Twins lineup. In the outfield, Eddie Rosario, Byron Buxton, and Max Kepler all played key roles in last year’s march to the postseason. Together they form one of the youngest and most entertaining outfields in the American League.

The starting rotation still has plenty of question marks, but there is room for improvement in 2018. Ervin Santana was phenomenal all of last season - it will be essential for him to replicate last year’s success in 2018. Behind Santana, 23-year old Jose Berrios will look to build on a strong 2017 campaign, while improvement is needed from Kyle Gibson, Adalberto Mejia, and Phil Hughes. If Minnesota picks up a key arm during the season, watch out for the Twins.

Private suites at Target Field provide the perfect setting for business or for pleasure. On the Target Field Club Level, you can rent out Event Suites for groups of 24 – 30 guests. With a Twins suite, you will receive VIP parking passes, private entry into Target Field, a suite attendant to help on gameday and premium in-suite catering options. Luxury box prices for Twins games will vary on a game-by-game basis.

Private suites at Target Field provide the perfect setting for business or for pleasure. On the Target Field Club Level, you can rent out Event Suites for groups of 24 – 30 guests. With a Twins suite, you will receive VIP parking passes, private entry into Target Field, a suite attendant to help on gameday and premium in-suite catering options. Suite prices for Twins games will vary on a game-by-game basis.

The 2017 Minnesota Twins could take a huge step forward in the American League Central. The Twins have a handful of young prospects who will be given an opportunity to succeed out of the gate. These players include Miguel Sano, Byron Buxton and Max Kepler.

Offensively, Brian Dozier is the bright spot in the lineup. Dozier set an American League record in 2016 with 42 home runs by a second baseman. While Sano didn’t live up to expectations last year, he’s getting another shot and has huge home run potential. Kepler as a rookie hit 17 home runs last season. Buxton is the player Twins fans have been waiting to break out. If Buxton can put it all together this year, the Twins will have a new leadoff man. Joe Mauer is still one of the game’s best contact hitters and is a leader on this team. As far as the rest of the lineup, manager Paul Molitor will mix things up with Kennys Vargas, Eddie Rosario, Jason Castro, Byung ho Park and Jorge Polanco.

The pitching staff will look to improve in 2017. The bullpen will be anchored by new closer Brandon Kintzler who took over after Glen Perkins went down with an injury last season. The rotation will feature Ervin Santana, Hector Santiago, Kyle Gibson, Phil Hughes, Tyler Duffey and Jose Berrios. The Twins are expecting Berrios to take a big leap forward after his first opportunity in the big leagues last year. Waiting in the minors is Adalberto Mejia.