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Prices typically range from $8,500-$15,000 for New York Yankees suites. Yankee Stadium on average is the most expensive baseball stadium to rent a suite. Prices vary based on day of game, opponent, and the location of the suite in Yankee Stadium. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at Yankee Stadium can vary widely based on the type of event.

New York Yankees Spotlight

The New York Yankees enter 2018 with their eyes set on a 28th World Series championship. Last season was supposed to be a rebuilding year, but the Baby Bombers led the Yankees to a surprising 91-71 record before losing to the Houston Astros in the American League Championship Series. Despite the surprising playoff run, the Yankees parted ways with former manager Joe Girardi. Former Yankees player, ESPN analyst, and postseason hero Aaron Boone has been hired to take over the managerial duties in the Bronx. After falling just one game short of the World Series last year, the Yankees look primed for a huge year in 2018.

General manager Brian Cashman pulled off the franchise’s biggest acquisitions in over a decade, trading for reigning National League MVP Giancarlo Stanton. Stanton and Aaron Judge will form perhaps the most feared duo in the league. With both sluggers standing at 6-7, 250+ pounds, the term Bronx Bombers has been given a new meaning. Judge, the reigning American League Rookie of the Year, is coming off of a historic rookie season in which he hit 52 home runs and knocked in 112 RBI’s. Stanton himself hit 59 home runs and drove in 132 RBI’s during his MVP campaign. You won’t want to miss these two destroying baseballs at Yankee Stadium.

With simply Judge and Stanton in the middle of the lineup, the Yankees would have one of the most potent lineups in Major League Baseball. However they also have one of the deepest lineups in the majors. Shortstop Didi Gregorius is a premier fielder and enjoyed a career year at the plate last season. Catcher Gary Sanchez hit 33 home runs, showing off he too can mash the ball like Judge and Stanton. At the top of the lineup, 34-year old Brett Gardner has proven to be a pesky leadoff hitter and an essential veteran presence as the Yankees’ longest tenured player.

On the mound the Yankees figure to have one of their best starting rotations in years, and we all know about their dominant bullpen. Luis Severino was a finalist for the American League Cy Young award last season, suggesting he could be the Yankees ace for the future. Behind him, Masahiro Tanaka will look to have a bounceback year, and Sonny Gray has high expectations in his first full year in New York. The team also re-signed C.C. Sabathia to a one-year deal in the off-season. With Dellin Betances, David Robertson, and Aroldis Chapman at the back end of the bullpen, it’s going to be nearly impossible to come back from behind against the Yankees in the late innings. The Yankees bullpen is lights out once again.

Experience the Yankees run towards their 28th championship in VIP style at Yankee Stadium. Yankee Stadium in the Bronx is equipped with the finest amenities in its luxury suites. Luxury boxes for Yankees games offer a unique, climate-controlled setting that is ideal for any occasion whether it’s for business or pleasure. Yankee Stadium suites will include: 22 tickets, 2 VIP parking passes, option to purchase up to 10 additional standing room passes, exclusive access into the stadium and stadium clubs, private restroom, option for in-suite catering, premium seating, leather sofa, Wi-Fi and HDTV’s.

Start spreading the news, the Yankees are in for a monster year in 2018!

Past Spotlights

Experience Yankees baseball in VIP style at Yankee Stadium. Yankee Stadium in the Bronx is equipped with the finest amenities in its luxury suites. Luxury boxes for Yankees games offer a unique, climate-controlled setting that is ideal for any occasion whether it’s for business or pleasure. Yankee Stadium suites will include: 22 tickets, 2 VIP parking passes, option to purchase up to 10 additional standing room passes, exclusive access into the stadium and stadium clubs, private restroom, option for in-suite catering, premium seating, leather sofa, Wi-Fi and HDTV’s.

Fans can expect to see many new faces from their favorite team in pinstripes. The 2017 New York Yankees made a quite a few trades last season that brought over a haul of great prospects and made room for some of their blossoming stars, such as Greg Bird, Aaron Judge, Gary Sanchez and Luis Severino. After trading Aroldis Chapman in 2016, they signed him back during the offseason to be the team’s closer going forward. With Dellin Betances as Chapman’s setup man, the Yankees do have a strong back end of their bullpen. As far as the starting rotation goes, the Yankees will have Masahiro Tanaka, Michael Pineda, CC Sabathia, Luis Cessa and Severino. 

Offensively, the Yankees will look a bit different at first base with the retirement of Mark Teixeira. Greg Bird and Tyler Austin could both see time at the corner. Starlin Castro and Didi Gregorius will be up the middle at second base and shortstop. One of the more exciting players on the roster is catcher, Gary Sanchez. Sanchez shined in his limited playing time last year and will be the starter behind the plate this season. The Outfield will feature longtime Yankees, Brett Gardner and Jacoby Ellsbury. Aaron Judge will get every opportunity to start in right field. The Yankees did sign veteran Matt Holliday who could see time in the outfield and DH positions. Manager Joe Girardi will have a great mix of young players and veterans throughout his lineup.

The New York Yankees find themselves in one of the most competitive divisions in baseball. They finished second in the AL East last season but this division is expected to be a lot tougher. Brian Cashman has made some improvements via trade and manager, Joe Girardi will juggle the lineups as best he can to keep his team healthy for the long haul.

They traded for Aroldis Chapman, Starlin Castro and Aaron Hicks. Chapman is arguably the best closer in baseball and will replace Andrew Miller as closer. Miller will now be the setup man, giving the Yankees one of the strongest bullpens in the American League. Starlin Castro will see time both at second base and shortstop. Castro comes over from the Cubs and is one of the better offensive players at his position. Castro is still only 26-years-old. Hicks will provide the Yankees with some much needed outfield depth.

The problem the Yankees have dealt with last year is keeping their players healthy. Masahiro Tanaka will be coming off Tommy John surgery. Despite missing a lot of time last season, Mark Teixeira still hit 31 home runs.

Alex Rodriguez is now just a DH for the Yankees but staying off the field on defense may have led to his increased production at the plate. A-Rod hit 33 home runs at 40-years-old last year. Jacoby Ellsbury hasn’t been the home run threat the Yankees have hoped for but he has remained their best overall player. Ellsbury is still a plus defender and great base stealer. Brett Gardner is another productive player that can hurt teams not just with his bat but with his legs as well. Carlos Beltran will require more days off this season but will remain in the middle of the lineup. Brian McCann led the Yankees in RBI last season with 94. McCann also belted 26 home runs. Chase Headley and Didi Gregorius will round out the infield.

With Tanaka coming up back, that will be a big help to the rotation. The Yankees are also excited to see what Luis Severino can do over the course of a full season. Severino was fantastic as a rookie last year. Michael Pineda is another player who struggled to stay healthy but was very effective when he was. Nathan Eovaldi and CC Sabathia will complete the rotation.

Yankee Stadium in the Bronx is equipped with the finest amenities in its luxury suites. Luxury boxes offer a unique, climate-controlled setting that is ideal for any occasion whether it’s for business or pleasure. Luxury suites at Yankee Stadium include: 22 tickets, 2 VIP parking passes, option to purchase up to 10 additional standing room passes, exclusive access to the stadium and stadium clubs, private restroom, option for in-suite catering, premium seating, leather sofa, Wi-Fi and HDTV’s. Experience Yankees baseball in VIP style at Yankee Stadium.

The New York Yankees will look to get back into the playoffs in 2015 after missing out on the postseason two years in a row. With Derek Jeter retired, the Yankees will be looking for a new face of the franchise. Taking over at shortstop will be Didi Gregorius, acquired from the Arizona Diamondbacks in the offseason. Jacoby Ellsbury, Carlos Beltran, Chase Headley and Brian McCann will all look to improve in their second year with the Yankees. With veterans Mark Teixeira and Brett Gardner filling out their lineup, the Yankees should have no problem scoring runs in 2015.

A big question Manager, Joe Girardi will be answering all season is what to do with Alex Rodriguez who is back with the club. The Yankees are hoping Masahiro Tanaka will be fully healed from his 2014 injury. When healthy, Tanaka is the clear ace of the staff. CC Sabathia, newly acquired Nathan Eovaldi and Michael Pineda will help round out their pitching staff.

The American League East won’t be easy to win with the Boston Red Sox, Baltimore Orioles and Toronto Blue Jays all improving this offseason. Yankee Stadium in the Bronx is equipped with the finest amenities in its luxury suites. Luxury boxes offer a unique, climate-controlled setting that is ideal for any occasion whether it’s for business or pleasure. Luxury suites at Yankee Stadium include: 22 tickets, 2 VIP parking passes, option to purchase up to 10 additional standing room passes, exclusive access to the stadium and stadium clubs, private restroom, option for in-suite catering, premium seating, leather sofa, Wi-Fi and HDTV’s. Experience baseball in VIP style at Yankee Stadium.

The New York Yankees are ready for a World Series run in 2014. After missing out on the playoffs in 2013, the Yankees added many new faces to provide them with one of the league's best offenses. The team will replace the likes of Robinson Cano and Curtis Granderson with three All-Star caliber players in Jacoby Ellsbury, Carlos Beltran and Brian McCann. Derek Jeter and Mark Teixeira look to bounce back after their injury-plagued season. On the mound, Head Coach Joe Girardi will lean heavily on his two best pitchers CC Sabathia and Hiroki Kuroda. Yankee Stadium in the Bronx is equipped with the finest amenities in its luxury suites. Luxury boxes offer a unique, climate-controlled setting that is ideal for any special occasion. Suites at Yankee Stadium include: 22 tickets, 2 VIP parking passes, option to purchase up to 10 additional standing room passes, exclusive access to stadium and stadium clubs, private restroom, option for in-suite catering, premium seating, leather sofa, Wi-Fi and HDTV’s.