San Diego Padres Suites

Petco Park, San Diego, CA

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San Diego Padres Suite Prices

How much do Padres suites cost?

San Diego Padres suite prices typically range from $3,000-$5,500 for regular season home games. Rental prices will vary based on opponent, day of the week, suite location, and the inclusion of food and beverage. Games versus the San Francisco Giants, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Chicago Cubs are usually priced at a premium.

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Suite Levels at Petco Park

Toyota Terrace Infield Suite

20 Tickets
30 Capacity
4 Parking

Terrace Infield Suites are located between the first and third base bag. These suites typically come with 20 tickets and 4 VIP parking passes. Terrace Suites are one... MORE

Toyota Terrace Reserved Suites

20 Tickets
30 Capacity
4 Parking

Toyota Terrace Reserves suites are located in the outfield along each baseline. Configured similarly to Infield Terrace Suites, these come with 20 tickets as well as... MORE

Toyota Terrace Pavilion Suite

20 Tickets
30 Capacity
4 Parking

Toyota Terrace Pavilion Suites are located in the outfield. These suites have a similar configuration to the other Terrace suite and provide ample space to entertain... MORE

Tower Loft Suites

20 Tickets
30 Capacity
4 Parking

Tower Loft Suites are one of the most unique premium suite options in Major League Baseball. Petco Park features two towers embedded in the general seating concourse... MORE

Premier Club Suite

20 Tickets
30 Capacity
4 Parking

Premier Club Suites represent the suite option closest to the field at Petco Park; these suites sit at the top of the lower bowl, between the bases. Premier Club... MORE

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Petco Park Event Planning Guide

In this section we’ve compiled key considerations when planning your next group event in a suite at Petco Park:

GROUP SIZE AND NUMBER OF ATTENDEES IN A SUITE

Suites at Petco Park vary in size and configuration, typically by suite type. The most common suite configurations at Petco Park will come with 20 suite tickets plus the option to purchase 10 overflow tickets, as needed. Toyota Terrace Suites, Premier Club Suites, and Tower Loft Suites all accommodate groups of 20-30. Petco Park also offers several Specialty Suites located in various parts of the ballpark. These Specialty Suites along with suites located in the Western Metal Supply Building (left field) can accommodate groups over 30 guests. Most suites are configured with stadium-style seats on an open-air private balcony overlooking the field in addition to barstool seats and lounge chairs in the enclosed area of the suite.

BUDGET FOR A SUITE PURCHASE

Suites at Petco Park will typically range in price from $3,500-$5,500 depending on opponent, day of the week, and suite type. Some suites come fully catered while others will not. For most games, suites on the Premier Club Level (top of the lower bowl) will be the most expensive suite option. Generally, Tower Loft Suites, located in the two light towers built into each side of the stadium, will offer the most economical for groups looking for a private space.

PETCO PARK SUITE CATERING

In-suite catering is available in all suites at Petco Park. The menu includes a wide range of food and beverage options provided by Delaware North Sportservice. Most suites at AT&T Stadium do not include catering in the base price of the suite, so be sure to allocate additional funds if you would like to have your suite catered. The 23-page Petco Park Suites Catering Menu features plenty of packages and a la carte choices that will be served family-style in your suite. The average Suite Experience Group client at Petco Park spends between $1,000 and $2,000 on in-suite catering per group. Suite Experience Group will provide the suites catering menu and assist your group with coordinating an order.

DRESS CODE IN THE LUXURY SUITES

There is no dress code enforced on suite level at Petco Park. Corporate groups will typically be in business casual attire; however, most suite patrons will be dressed casually - it’s not uncommon for guests to wear jerseys of their favorite player, jeans, or even shorts on gameday.

CHILD TICKET POLICY

Children under 36” tall will not require a suite ticket to enter the stadium. Strollers are permitted at Petco Park.

TRANSPORTATION AND PARKING

Petco Park has plenty of parking options in close vicinity. 8,000 parking spaces are designated specifically for Petco Park and thousands more are in the general vicinity. VIP Parking Passes are valid in the Lexus Premier Lot located off Imperial Ave. For guests looking to tailgate prior the game, the Tailgate Park is located off K. Street. The Padres Parkade is a commonly used parking garage which is located between 10th Street and 11th Street.

PARKING, STADIUM, AND SUITE ACCESS

Petco Park gates will open 90 minutes prior to first pitch. The Park at the Park opens two and a half hours prior to game time via the Gaslamp and East Village Gates

DESIGNATED SUITE ENTRANCES

The VIP Suite Entrance is located near the Home Plate Gate. Suite ticketholders can, however, use any entrance to the stadium.

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS?

Please visit our general Frequently Asked Questions page. Also feel free to Contact Us as we are always happy to assist you.

San Diego Padres Suite Prices

How much do Padres suites cost?

San Diego Padres suite prices typically range from $3,000-$5,500 for regular season home games. Rental prices will vary based on opponent, day of the week, suite location, and the inclusion of food and beverage. Games versus the San Francisco Giants, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Chicago Cubs are usually priced at a premium.

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Padres Spotlight

The San Diego Padres immediately became NL West contenders with the offseason signing of Manny Machado. The prized free agent signed with the Padres for $300 million over ten years. Machado provides the Padres with one of the biggest stars in baseball. With some of the league’s most promising prospects on the rise, the 2019 Padres are building for the present and for the future.

The Padres list of top prospects is headlined by Fernando Tatis Jr. Tatis and Machado will solidify the left side of the diamond for potentially the next decade. Machado was the biggest signing but also during the offseason, the Padres signed Ian Kinsler to take over second base. With Eric Hosmer and Wil Myers in the middle of the order, the Padres have a great lineup to compete with.

The San Diego Padres play at Petco Park, one of the most fan-friendly ballparks in Major League Baseball. A luxury suite at Petco Park provides the perfect setting for any occasion. San Diego Padres suites will feature first-class amenities such as HDTVs, interior lounge seating, comfortable exterior seating, premium in-suite catering options, upscale furnishing, Wi-Fi and a dedicated suite attendant. With a Padres luxury box, your group will receive VIP parking, private entry into Petco Park, and exclusive access to VIP clubs.

Past Spotlights

The San Diego Padres are still rebuilding, but pieces are beginning to fall into place in San Diego. The Padres farm system is one of the deepest in all of baseball, suggesting winning is on the horizon. Manager Andy Green will use 2018 as a bridge year to evaluate San Diego’s emerging young talent, hoping to expand upon the team’s current young core.

As a source of power in the middle of the lineup, Wil Myers remains the Padres’ best player. Myers has emerged as one of the National League’s better hitters while in San Diego. Former top prospects Hunter Renfroe, Austin Hedges, and Manuel Margot all got valuable experience in 2017, flashing their potential as building blocks for the future in San Diego. All three hope to take enormous strides in 2018. Be on the lookout for middle infielder Luis Arias in 2018 - there is a good chance he makes his much anticipated MLB debut at some point this season.

The Padres lost their best starting pitcher from last season, Jhoulys Chacin, to free agency, but they hope a bounceback season from veteran Clayton Richard makes up for the loss. Dinelson Lamet will also aim to improve the starting rotation this season after making his Major League debut last year. Among the Padres plethora of young pitching talent in the minor leagues, southpaw Joey Lucchesi is probably the prospect most likely to debut in 2018. Lucchesi’s funky delivery allows him to deceive hitters and attack the plate.

The San Diego Padres play at Petco Park, one of the most fan-friendly ballparks in Major League Baseball. A luxury suite at Petco Park provides the perfect setting for any occasion. San Diego Padres suites will feature first-class amenities such as HDTVs, interior lounge seating, comfortable exterior seating, premium in-suite catering options, upscale furnishing, Wi-Fi and a dedicated suite attendant. With a Padres luxury box, your group will receive VIP parking, private entry into Petco Park, and exclusive access to VIP clubs.

Entering 2017, the San Diego Padres have a number of interesting storylines to monitor. After a poor season in 2016, the Padres look to bounce back and be competitive in the NL West this season. The Padres have a super-star in the making in first baseman/outfielder, Wil Myers. Myers is a five-tool player and is only 26 years old. Last season, Myers hit 28 homeruns while driving in 94 runs; expect his numbers to increase this season. Padres fans are also excited to see outfielder Hunter Renfroe as an everyday player. Renfroe is another top prospect who briefly appeared in the Major League's last season. He has sensational raw power and should protect Myers in the middle of the Padres order; Renfroe should open 2017 as the Padres' cleanup hitter. Third baseman Yangervis Solarte is another exciting name to watch. Although labeled as a free-swinger, Solarte has produced solid numbers in two seasons with the Padres. Padres fans should keep an eye on left fielder Alex Dickerson. Dickerson tore up the minor leagues at every level and he is on track to start in 2017.

The Padres will rely on a starting rotation of unheralded names in 2017. Jhoulys Chacin and Trevor Cahilll will try to replace the innings lost with the departure of free agent Tyson Ross. The closer role will be assumed by Brandon Maurer. If the Padres rotation can hold up, the offense will have a chance to win some games this season. 

A luxury suite at Petco Park provides the perfect setting for any occasion. San Diego Padres suite's will feature first-class amenities such as HDTVs, interior lounge seating, comfortable exterior seating, premium in-suite catering options, upscale furnishing, Wi-Fi and a dedicated suite attendant. With a Padres box, your group will receive VIP parking, private entry into Petco Park, and exclusive access to VIP clubs.

The 2016 San Diego Padres have shaken up their roster from a year ago. The Padres took a step back from what they did in the 2015 offseason. Instead of signing some of the biggest names in free agency, the Padres traded and released those players this offseason.

While the Padres aren’t fully committed to rebuilding, they are trying obtain talented prospects through trade. No longer with the club are Justin Upton, Craig Kimbrel, Yonder Alonso, Jedd Gyorko, Joaquin Benoit and Ian Kennedy. The Padres will replace these players with the newly acquired Alexei Ramirez, Fernando Rodney, Drew Pomeranz and Jon Jay.

The lineup will still feature Matt Kemp, Derek Norris and Wil Myers. Kemp will be the only power hitter in the lineup. Kemp hit 23 home runs last season. Myers missed over 3 months of the season with a wrist injury. The former Rookie of the Year will look to rebound with a productive season in 2016.

The Padres pitching staff will be the focal point of this team. The rotation is led by James Shields and Tyson Ross. Andrew Cashner wasn’t his normal self in 2015 but with an improved season, the Padres have one of the strongest top 3 pitchers in baseball. With Kimbrel and Benoit no longer with the Padres, Fernando Rodney and Kevin Quackenbush will be closing games out in 2016.

A luxury suite at Petco Park provides the perfect setting for any occasion. A San Diego Padres suite will feature first-class amenities such as HDTVs, interior lounge seating, exterior comfortable seating, premium in-suite catering options, upscale furnishing, Wi-Fi and a dedicated suite attendant. With a Padres suite, your group will receive VIP parking, private entry into Petco Park and exclusive access to VIP clubs inside the Park. A Padres suite can accommodate small or large groups.

After four straight seasons with a losing record, the San Diego Padres made major changes to get back on track in 2015. During the offseason, the Padres signed and traded for some of the biggest names in Major League Baseball. General manager A.J. Preller added Wil Myers, Justin Upton, Matt Kemp, James Shields, Will Middlebrooks and Derek Norris. With the additions of these players the Padres are geared up to make a run in the National League West. Myers, Upton and Kemp for a completely new outfield for the Padres. Petco Park isn’t the easiest stadium to hit the ball out of the park in but the Padres brought in some of baseball’s best power hitters in Upton and Kemp. The Padres will still have Yonder Alonso at first base and Jedd Gyorko at second base. Shields was one of the best pitchers available in free agency and has already established himself as the ace of the pitching staff. Filling out the rotation for the Padres will be Andrew Cashner, Ian Kennedy and Tyson Ross. The Padres have one of the strongest bullpens in the National League with Kevin Quackenbush, Dale Thayer, Shawn Kelley and Joaquin Benoit. Catching the pitching staff is newly acquired Derek Norris. Norris brings a big bat to the lineup as well. Manager Bud Black will have many new faces to coach this season. This is arguably Black’s best roster in his managerial career.

A luxury suite at Petco Park provides the perfect setting for any occasion. A San Diego Padres suite will feature first-class amenities such as HDTVs, interior lounge seating, exterior comfortable seating, premium in-suite catering options, upscale furnishing, Wi-Fi and a dedicated suite attendant. With a Padres suite, your group will receive VIP parking, private entry into Petco Park and exclusive access to VIP clubs inside the Park. A Padres suite can accommodate small or large groups.