New York Mets Suites

Citi Field, Queens, NY

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How will Covid-19 / Coronavirus impact my event?

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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.

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  • 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.

New York Mets Suite Prices and Details

How much do New York Mets suites cost?

New York Mets suites at Citi Field typically range from $3,250 -$13,000 for a single game. Pricing will vary based on opponent, day of week and suite location. In general, weekend Mets games are more affordable than mid-week games and the most expensive games will be versus the New York Yankees.

How many guests can fit in a Mets suite?

New York Mets suites are going to accommodate 19 - 32 people on average. Sterling Suites at Citi Field range from 22 - 32 people and Porsche Level Suites will range from 19 - 29 guests. Each suite comes is allocated a certain amount of tickets with an option to add more if needed.

Suite Levels at Citi Field

Sterling Suite

22 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

Porsche Suite

19 Tickets
2 Parking
Catering Available

Citi Field Event Planning Guide


In suite catering is available in all of Citi Field’s suites and you have full control over the menu and budget. The menu offers various packages and a la carte items, and it is typical to spend around $100 per person on catering. You won't charged for catering until the day of the event.

Parking and Transportation

Suites at Citi Field come with VIP parking passes which will be valid in either the B, C, D, F or G Lots. Please see your parking pass for your designated lot. Parking lots open 3 hours prior to the start of the game. Citi Field is easily accessible via The Long Island Railroad and 7 subway line.


Suites at Citi Field will vary in price based on the event. For a single Mets game, a suite could cost between $3,250-$13,000 depending on the game. For concerts, it will depend on the popularity of the event. You'll need to factor in catering costs which won't occur until the day of the event.

Club Access

Citi Field suite ticketholders have access to 4 VIP lounges available prior and throughout an event. The Delta Sky360 Club on the Sterling Level offers a full restaurant, as does the Porsche Grill in left field. The Foxwoods Club is the largest club space and the Promenade Club has a full bar.

Dress Code

This mostly comes down to the nature of the event. If it’s a corporate event, guests will likely be dressed in business casual attire. However, it’s not uncommon for guests to wear their favorite team gear with jeans, a hat and sneakers. There is not a separate dress code for being in a suite.

Venue Bag Policy

All fans must pass through a metal detector prior to entering Citi Field. There is no bag check at the ballpark so be sure that any bag you bring is no larger than 16"x16"x8" which includes purses, diaper bags and messenger style bags.. Backpacks are not permitted at Citi Field.


All suite ticket holders are welcome to enter Citi Field through any gate but have VIP access through The Hodges and Seaver VIP gates located on the 1st and 3rd base lines of Citi Field. Gates open 90 minutes prior to games Monday - Friday and open 2 hours prior to games on Saturday and Sunday.

Child Ticket Policy

It comes down to height rather than age at Citi Field. All guests entering who are 32" or taller require a ticket. Children under 32" tall do not require a ticket, but must sit on a parent's lap during the game without obstructing the view of others. There is no age requirement in a suite.

Additional Questions?

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Mets Spotlight

Current MLB Season

Despite playing well in the second half of 2019, the Mets fired manager Mickey Calloway in favor of former player Carlos Beltran. Beltran, however, parted ways with the team before managing one game due to his connection in the Houston Astros’ sign-stealing scandal. Now, former quality-control coach Luis Rojas, son of former longtime manager Felipe Alou, takes over.

The starting rotation is still a strong point, anchored by back-to-back NL Cy Young Award-winner Jacob deGrom. Rick Porcello replaces Zach Wheeler at the back end of the rotation, and Marcus Stroman will have his first full season in Flushing since being acquired at the trade deadline last year.

The Mets return the same lineup in 2020 that made waves a year ago, led by Pete Alonso and Jeff McNeil. Dellin Betances joins a bullpen that can only go up from where they were a year ago, as closer Edwin Diaz... MORE

Past Spotlights

In 2019, the New York Mets should have what it takes to return to the Playoffs. The Mets still retain important pieces from their World Series finalist team in 2015. On paper, the biggest strength of the team is once again starting pitching. A rotation of Jacob DeGrom, Noah Syndergaard, Zack Wheeler and Stephen Matz, if they can remain healthy, should dominate opponents. Under new GM Brodie Van Wagenen, the Mets were surprisingly aggressive in the offseason, pulling off a trade for Seattle’s All-Star closer Edwin Diaz and second baseman Robinson Cano. The Mets also resigned veteran reliever, and former Met closer, Jeurys Familia. The bullpen, now bookended with Seth Lugo and Robert Gsellman in the early relief innings, and Diaz and Familia for the 8th and 9th, is vastly improved from last season. If the bullpen can close games, the Mets should have a recipe for success with strong starting pitching and timely, but not necessarily overpowering, hitting.

Offensively, the Mets are talented albeit unproven. If Robinson Cano can regain his old form, he will provide a huge boost to the lineup. Cano is a perennial .300 hitter with a great on-base percentage. Many insiders are expecting a breakout season from outfielder Michael Conforto and shortstop Ahmed Rosario. Both former top prospects, each player has now had time to acclimate to Major League Baseball; 2019 could be the year where they put it all together. Strong seasons from Conforto and Rosario could make the Mets extremely dangerous. Outfielder Yoenis Cespedes is still recovering from offseason heel surgery, but when healthy, Cespedes adds superstar talent to the offense. Cespedes is projected to return mid-season.  

Also worth watching is the debut of top prospect Pete Alonso. Alonso should make his debut at first base in 2019. He has prodigious power and Mets fans are very excited for his arrival.

Whether you are entertaining for business or pleasure, a Mets luxury box at Citi Field provides the perfect environment for taking in a game. Citi Field suites come with upscale amenities such as private restrooms, premium catering, and private exterior balcony seating. In addition, suite ticketholders gain exclusive access to VIP lounges including the Delta Sky360 Club, Porsche Grille, Foxwoods Club, Hyundai Club, and the Promenade Club.

This season the New York Mets will look to recapture the magic that helped lead them to the World Series just three seasons ago. A healthy starting rotation and a consistent offense will be the key to playing winning baseball at Citi Field in 2018. With Mickey Callaway replacing Terry Collins as manager, the Mets will have a whole new identity in the dugout and on the field.

Offensively, the Mets will rely on youngsters Michael Conforto and Amed Rosario to play up to their potential. Conforto enjoyed an All-Star season last year before undergoing shoulder surgery. As for Rosario, he showed flashes of his potential as an offensive spark plug and future Gold Glove shortstop after making his MLB debut late last season. Conforto and Rosario will of course join slugger Yoenis Cespedes in the lineup. Cespedes will once again provide that dangerous bat in the middle of the lineup for the Mets. At first base, Dominic Smith is highly regarded as one of the Mets top prospects, and he will look to make a statement in his first full year in the big leagues. Outfielder Jay Bruce was signed to a 3-year, $39 million contract in January, adding some lefty power to the middle of the Mets lineup. His return to the New York Mets should be a welcomed addition to the team. Infielders Asdrubal Cabrera and fan favorite Wilmer Flores will also play key roles this upcoming season.

As it always has been the past few years for the Mets, the starting rotation has the potential to be elite. Noah Syndergaard will return from injury and should have no trouble regaining his dominant self. At his best, Syndergaard has the talent to win the Cy Young award any given year. Jacob deGrom, with his newly shaved hair, will look to continue his success as arguably the Mets’ most consistent pitcher. Rounding out the rotation, Steven Matz, Matt Harvey, and Zack Wheeler expect to bounce back from injuries to once again make this Mets pitching staff one of the most feared in the league.

In the bullpen, Mickey Callaway does not plan to use anyone in the traditional closer role. Modern analytics and recent bullpen usage trends have influenced the rookie manager to use any of his top relievers, namely A.J. Ramos, Jerry Blevins, Jeurys Familia, and the newly acquired Anthony Swarzak, in different roles each night. Look for the Mets bullpen to be one of the most intriguing in the MLB.

You can watch the Mets battle their way back to the postseason from a private luxury suite. A New York Mets luxury suite at Citi Field provides fans with the ultimate VIP experience. Whether you are entertaining for business or for pleasure, a Mets luxury box provides the perfect setting for any occasion. With your suite at Citi Field you'll have access to numerous VIP lounges including the Delta Sky360 Club, Porsche Grille, Foxwoods Club, Hyundai Club, and the Promenade Club. Citi Field luxury suites feature HDTVs, private restrooms, wet bar, a climate-controlled indoor environment, exterior balcony seating, upscale furnishing and premium in-suite catering options. With your Mets suite you will enter Citi Field through a VIP private entrance and receive VIP parking. The Mets have two main suite levels: Sterling Level and the Porsche Suite Level. Regardless of which suite you choose, sky boxes at Citi Field are a great way to take in a warm summer evening in New York.