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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.

Health & Safety Protocols

Due to COVID-19, additional health and safety protocols may be required to enter your venue. Please refer to your venue's website for the current COVID requirements.

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.

Pittsburgh Pirates Suite Prices and Details

How much do Pittsburgh Pirates suites cost?

A Pittsburgh Pirates luxury will cost between $2,500-$5,000 on average. Pirates suite pricing is going to vary based on day of game, who the opponent is, and the location and size of the suite in PNC Park. World Series Suites will be more expensive, as they hold more people than a Pirates Suite.

How many guests can fit in a Pirates suite?

Private suites at PNC Park can hold anywhere from 11 to 100 people. Pittsburgh Pirates Luxury Suites are the most common suite option at the ballpark and will hold 11-31 people. The World Series Suites down the left field line are the larger options and include 40-100 suite tickets.

Suite Levels at PNC Park

World Series Suite

40-100 Tickets
4-8 Parking
$500 Credit Included

Luxury Suite

11-31 Tickets
0-4 Parking
Catering Available

PNC Park Event Planning Guide


Each Pittsburgh Pirates luxury suite can be fully catered in advance to the game. Pirates suite guests can pre-order from the PNC Park suite menu at their own discretion. There is no minimum and food and beverage is optional. World Series Suites do include a $500 catering credit.

Parking and Transportation

VIP parking passes are included with a Pirates luxury box rental. The passes will be clearly labeled and most likely valid in lots Red 5A and Red 6. There are plenty of cash lots surrounding the PNC Park, including parking in downtown. Some of the closest lots include Red 5 Garage and Gold 4.


In addition the Pirates suite rental, food and beverage will need to be factored into your cost. On average, most people spend about $70-$100 per person on food, non-alcoholic beverages and alcohol. PNC Park suite guests won't be charged for in-suite catering until the day of the game.

Club Access

Pirates suite ticket holders have access to the Pittsburgh Baseball Club Level (PBC Level). The PBC Club features full service bars, carvery stations and billiards. More premium vending and concessions stands are available. There is also a private patio offering amazing views of the city skyline.

Dress Code

There is no dress code for attending a Pittsburgh Pirates game in a luxury suite. For corporate events, most guests will dress in business casual attire. However, on the Pittsburgh Baseball Club Level and in the suites, it's most common to see guests in team-branded apparel and comfortable shoes.

Venue Bag Policy

MLB has implemented security screening for all fans that attend a Pittsburgh Pirates baseball game. No bags of any kind are allowed into PNC Park that are larger than 16x16x8. This includes backpacks, purses or laptop cases. Hard sided bags or containers will not be allowed in the venue.


PNC Park gates open 90 minutes before game time. For Pirates suite ticket holders, a VIP entrance is located of W. General Robinson. An elevator will take you to the suite level. Other gates to use are the People Home Plate Gate, Right Field Gate, Center Field Gate and the Legacy Square Gate.

Child Ticket Policy

Children under 32 inches in height are free of admission into PNC Park for Pittsburgh Pirates games. Any child taller than 32 inches must have a ticket for entry, including if they are attending a game in one of the Pirates luxury suites. Kids can enjoy the Pirates' Kid's Zone in Right Field.

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Pirates Spotlight

Current MLB Season

Pirates general manager Ben Cherington has had success in Tampa Bay and Boston, and he’s building a team the proper way in Pittsburgh. Bryan Reynolds is the centerpiece of the offense that picked up former Gold Glover Roberto Perez, and young pieces like Michael Chavis are hoping to develop under new hitting coach Andy Holmes, who was with the Brewers the last four seasons. Jose Quintana and J.T. Brubaker anchor the rotation, and closer David Bednar is a hometown favorite, having grown up in the northern suburbs.

The Pirates home of PNC Park is one of the crown jewel ballparks of Major League Baseball, and really take your experience to a high level by enjoying a premium seating experience along the riverfront. First-class amenities include a dedicated entrance along with food and drink options, and the suites give you plenty of space to entertain large groups. The suites... MORE

Past Spotlights

The youth movement is in full swing at PNC Park. The 2021 Pittsburgh Pirates look to surprise the National League with some of their best prospects. It is hard not to get excited about Ke’Bryan Hayes, who entering Spring Training was already named a Rookie of the Year favorite. The Pirates look at Hayes as a franchise cornerstone for years to come. Gregory Polanco looks to bounce back and get off to a healthy 2021 start. Bryan Reynolds has already proven to be a bat you can count on in his young career. It will be fun to see which players take advantage of their opportunities, as manager, Derek Shelton, will allow for competition at every position.  

The Pirates pitching rotation will feature Steven Brault at the top, who showed at the end of 2020 that he can be the ace for the Pirates for years to come. Mitch Keller, Tyler Anderson and off-season addition, Trevor Cahill, will round out the rotation.

The Pirates will welcome back fans to PNC Park in 2021. One of the best ways to see the Pirates will be from one of the many luxury suites on the Pittsburgh Baseball Club Level. With upscale furnishings, 65” HDTVs and private restrooms, Pirates suite guests will enjoy first-class amenities from the first pitch to the last out. Premium in-suite catering options are available to order in advance to your game.

The most common Pirates suites will include 11-31 tickets with VIP parking passes. They are climate-controlled with an outdoor private balcony with seating to watch the game. For larger parties or corporate outings at PNC Park, World Series Suites will accommodate 40-100 people. These spacious Pirates suites provide plenty of space for entertaining and private seating to see the game.

The Pirates went through a management overhaul this past offseason, hiring manager Derek Shelton and general manager Ben Cherington, who won a World Series in the Red Sox front office in 2013.

The Buccos hope that their pitching can return to expectations after Trevor Williams and Chris Archer had down seasons in 2019, and Joe Musgrove should continue to develop into a top-line starter. Keone Kela has loads of potential as a closer.

On offense, Gregory Polanco returns, and the club hopes young players like Kevin Newman, Bryan Reynolds, and Josh Bell will continue to develop.

PNC Park, one of baseball’s most fan-friendly and picturesque stadiums, turns 20 this year, and there will be several upgrades done in time for the 2020 season.

Luxury suites in the park were all transformed in 2017, and they now feature 65” HDTVs, wood-grained porcelain tile flooring, new interior and exterior seating, along with drink rails. You also get a number of catering options, a private restroom, parking passes, and access to the Pittsburgh Baseball Club, where you can enjoy a carvery station with made-to-order sandwiches, plus two full-service bars and billiards tables.

The Hyundai Club gives you tickets within the first 12 rows behind home plate along with an all-inclusive buffet. Soft drinks are included in the price, and alcohol is available at the full-service bar inside the club.