Seattle Mariners Suites

T-Mobile Park, Seattle, WA

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No matter what happens, Suite Experience Group has you covered - your suite will be protected by our 100% Guarantee.

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.

Please reach out to us if you have any further questions at [email protected] or 800-592-7043.

Seattle Mariners Suite Prices and Details

How much do Seattle Mariners suites cost?

Suites for Seattle Mariners game cost between $2,000-$12,000. Mariners luxury suite pricing varies based on each game by the opponent, day of the week, suite size and location. Most suites at T-Mobile Park will include a catering credit. Home Plate Suites and Press Box Suites are the most expensive.

How many guests can fit in a Mariners suite?

Seattle Mariners luxury boxes can accommodate groups of 14 to 52 people. Traditional Mariners suites hold 14-29 guests. The Home Plate Suites are going to hold 20-26 guests and Press Box Suites can have 20-35 people. For bigger parties, the Group Suites at T-Mobile Park accommodate 30-52 people.

Suite Levels at T-Mobile Park

Home Plate Suite

20-26 Tickets
0-5 Parking
$1,400 Credit Included

Group Suite

30-52 Tickets
6-8 Parking
$750 Credit Included

Press Box Suite

20-35 Tickets
6 Parking
Food & Beverage Included

Private Suite

14-29 Tickets
4 Parking
$250 Credit Included

T-Mobile Park Event Planning Guide


Food and beverages can be ordered in advance at an additional cost for every Seattle Mariners luxury suite. The Mariners suite menu includes a wide range of food and beverage options provided by Centerplate Catering. Most Mariners suites do not include catering in the suite rental price.

Parking and Transportation

Seattle Mariners suites include VIP parking passes located in the parking structure adjacent to the T-Mobile Park. Mariners suite parking is located on Level 2 and Level 3 of the garage allowing for a quick post-game exit. The T-Mobile Park parking garage will open 3 hours in advance to first pitch.


A private Seattle Mariners luxury suite typically costs between $3,000-$5,000 to rent. Catering is not required nor is there a catering minimum. The food and beverage transaction won't occur until game day. Most people spend about $75 per person in their group on in-suite catering(alcohol included).

Club Access

Mariners suite ticket holders have exclusive access to the ROOT SPORTS Terrace Club located beneath the suite level. The Terrace Club features an upgraded concourse with private restrooms and enhanced food and beverage options, including Edgar's Cantina, Sound Bar & Seafood and the Italian Bistro.

Dress Code

There is no strict dress code for being in a Seattle Mariners luxury box. Most corporate parties will dress in business casual attire. It's most common though to see Mariners suite guests in team-branded apparel and comfortable clothing. Coat closets are in the Mariners suites for storage.

Venue Bag Policy

Single-compartment bags and soft-sided coolers smaller than 16"x 16"x 8" are permitted following a bag search. Backpacks, computer bags, large bags, and hard-sided coolers are not permitted at T-Mobile Park. This goes for all Seattle Mariners luxury suite guests. No outside food or drinks allowed.


For Mariners suite guests parking in the T-Mobile Park Parking Garage, the best entrance will be the Mariners Suite Level Skybridge which is located on Level 6 of the parking structure. The best alternative entrance is the Home Plate Gate. T-Mobile Park gates will open 1.5 hours before first pitch.

Child Ticket Policy

Children 2 years of age and under do not require a separate ticket for admission into T-Mobile Park. All children older will need a ticket even in Mariners luxury box. Families with strollers are allowed to bring them into the Mariners suites. Diaper bags must adhere to the Mariners bag policy.

Additional Questions?

Please view our Frequently Asked Questions or Contact Us.

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Mariners Spotlight

Current MLB Season

Seattle has won 88+ games for three straight seasons. Expect the same in 2024. The Mariners have outfielder Julio Rodriguez, who dominated last campaign. Rodriguez had 32 homers and 103 RBI in 2023. He headlines a Seattle lineup that includes catcher Cal Raleigh and infielders Ty France and J.P. Crawford. The Mariners also made plenty of moves to supplement the four, bringing in infielders Jorge Polanco and Josh Rojas, along with outfielder Mitch Haniger and DH Mitch Garver. And in the rotation, the Mariners are deep with Luis Castillo, George Kirby, and Logan Gilbert. Expect Seattle to be in contention in 2024.

T-Mobile Park has great premium seating opportunities. The Diamond Club, behind home plate, has all-inclusive amenities, complimentary in-seat service, VIP parking, and private entry. The Press Club is both indoors and outdoors and has similar perks. The All-Star Club... MORE

Past Spotlights

Baseball excitement in Seattle is back, as the Mariners made the playoffs for the first time since 2001 last season, snapping the longest postseason drought in the four major pro sports. After upsetting Toronto in the Wild Card round, the Mariners’ run came to an end thanks to division rival and eventual world champion Houston. There’s plenty to look forward to as an encore as well in the Emerald City. The M’s offense, already featuring the dynamic Julio Rodriguez and Eugenio Suarez, was augmented with Teoscar Hernandez, Kolten Wong, and A.J. Pollock. Luis Castillo and Robbie Ray are an excellent 1-2 punch to top the pitching rotation, and the bullpen has plenty of high-leverage options with Paul Sewald, Andres Munoz, and Diego Castillo available.

While T-Mobile Park is approaching its 25th anniversary, it’s still a premier MLB venue and is hosting the All-Star Game this summer. New for 2023 is the Press Club, which is an indoor-outdoor space near the press box that contains an all-inclusive food menu and open bar. The Diamond Club was renovated in the offseason and also has an all-inclusive menu and open bar. This is touted as the ultimate behind-home-plate experience. If you’re looking for a traditional luxury suite experience, T-Mobile Park doesn’t disappoint. Suite capacity ranges from 14 to 400 and comes with a food and beverage credit and VIP parking in the Mariners Garage.


The Mariners snuck up on some teams last year, winning 90 games and remaining in the wild card race in the American League right until the final weekend. This year, Seattle looks to reach the postseason for the first time since 2001, which is the longest drought in the four major U.S. professional sports. Reigning Cy Young Award winner Robbie Ray comes over from Toronto, and the team traded for Eugenio Suarez and Jesse Winker to boost the lineup. Marco Gonzalez and Chris Flexen return to the rotation after solid seasons, and Paul Sewald and Drew Steckenrider anchor a solid bullpen.

A newly renovated Diamond Club and all-new Press Club are on tap for 2023 at T-Mobile Park, but the downtown stadium still has plenty of premium seating to offer this year. Sit within the first eight rows behind the plate in the current Diamond Club and get an all-inclusive food menu and top-shelf open bar along with complimentary in-seat service, VIP parking, and private stadium entry.

Premier seating places on the wall in the front row along the first- and third-base lines, and you have access to the climate-controlled Terrace Club lounges with these seats. You can also opt for the Terrace Club Loge Boxes or Terrace Club Tables for new spins on upscale views of the ballgame.