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St. Louis Cardinals Suite Prices

How much do Cardinals suites cost?

St. Louis Cardinals suite prices typically range from $3,000 - $5,000 per game. Suites at Busch Stadium can vary in price based on opponent, day of the week and suite size/location. You can expect Cardinals suites to sell out quickly especially for games versus the Cubs and Dodgers. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at Busch Stadium can vary widely based on the type of event.

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Suite Levels at Busch Stadium

Luxury Suite

20 Tickets
24 Capacity
2 Parking

St. Louis Cardinal suites can hold parties of 24 people. Busch Stadium suites will come with 20 tickets and you have the option to purchase up to 4 more for the suite.... MORE

Party Suite

32 Tickets

Cardinals Party Suites can accommodate 32 guests or more, and are ideal for larger groups. Included with your Party Suite is a buffet and full-service bar. All Busch... MORE

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Busch Stadium Event Planning Guide

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

GROUP SIZE AND NUMBER OF ATTENDEES IN A SUITE

Luxury suites at Busch Stadium vary in size and configuration, typically by suite level and location. Traditional private luxury boxes at Busch Stadium come with 18-20 tickets. Most suites will offer the option to purchase an allotment of overflow tickets. Party Suites can accommodate extra-large groups of 32-70 guests.  

BUDGET FOR A SUITE PURCHASE

St. Louis Cardinals suite prices typically range from $3,000-$5,000. Suites pricing will vary based on opponent, day of the week, and suite size/location. You can expect Cardinals suites to sell out quickly especially for games versus the Chicago Cubs. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at Busch Stadium can vary widely based on the type of event.

BUSCH STADIUM SUITE CATERING

In-suite catering is available in all suites at Busch Stadium. The menu includes a wide range of food and beverage options provided by Delaware North Sportservice. Most suites at Busch 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 average Suite Experience Group client at Busch Stadium spends between $75-$150 per person on catering. Suite Experience Group will provide a Busch Stadium catering menu and can advise on the appropriate budget and catering order for your group.

SUITE OPTIONS AT BUSCH STADIUM

There are two main suite types at Busch Stadium:

Diamond Suite – The most popular suite option at Busch Stadium, these suites are traditional private boxes located on two suite levels in the infield. Diamond Suites can accommodate groups of 18-24. Cardinals suites include comfortable indoor and outdoor seating, flat panel TVs, VIP parking, and in-suite catering options.

Party Suite –Party Suites are located in the outfield. These suites are better suited for large groups of 32+. Party Suites come all-inclusive of food and beverage.

DRESS CODE IN THE LUXURY SUITES

There is no dress code for suite level at Busch Stadium. The luxury suites at Busch Stadium are climate controlled.

BAG POLICY

Guests may bring in items such as: bags (excluding backpacks), purses, soft-sided coolers not exceeding 16" x 16" x 8”  Read the full policy here .

CHILD TICKET POLICY

Children under the age of 3 do not require a ticket for admission to Busch Stadium.

TRANSPORTATION AND PARKING

Busch Stadium has a limited number of parking options near the ballpark. The ballpark lot only has 720 parking spaces on site which is why we encourage many of our suite ticketholders without a VIP parking pass to take the Metrolink to Stadium Station or to hop on one of the many buses stopping at the stadium.

VIP parking passes are valid in Lot C which is located at the intersection of 8th Street and Poplar Street. The entrance to Lot C is located directly across the street from Gate 2 on the Southwest corner of Busch Stadium.

PARKING, STADIUM, AND SUITE ACCESS

Suite ticketholders can enter the stadium 90 minutes prior to first pitch on Monday-Thursday games, and 2 hours prior to first pitch on Friday-Sunday games.

DESIGNATED SUITE ENTRANCES

The VIP Entrance is located at Gate 2 (Homeplate).

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS?

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

St. Louis Cardinals Suite Prices

How much do Cardinals suites cost?

St. Louis Cardinals suite prices typically range from $3,000 - $5,000 per game. Suites at Busch Stadium can vary in price based on opponent, day of the week and suite size/location. You can expect Cardinals suites to sell out quickly especially for games versus the Cubs and Dodgers. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at Busch Stadium can vary widely based on the type of event.

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Cardinals Spotlight

The 2019 St. Louis Cardinals became Central Division favorites as soon as they landed MLB All-Star Paul Goldschmidt in a trade with the Diamondbacks. Goldschmidt is the big bat in the lineup the Cardinals felt they were missing and will pair up perfectly with Marcell Ozuna. Thanks to strong leadership from veterans such as Matt Carpenter, Yadier Molina and Adam Wainwright, the Cardinals always find themselves in the mix for the playoffs. 2019, Should be no different. The manager switch from Mike Matheny to Mike Shildt seems to be the perfect fit.

Filling out the 2019 Cardinals’ lineup will be: Paul DeJong, Dexter Fowler, Kolten Wong, Harrison Bader, Jose Martinez and Tyler O’Neill. With Wainwright solidifying himself in the bullpen with newly acquired Andrew Miller, the Cardinals pitching rotation will be led by Miles Mikolas, Jack Flaherty, Michael Wacha and Carlos Martinez.

The Cardinals will play half of their games at one of the most treasured venues in baseball, Busch Stadium. Cardinals fans flock to Busch Stadium, nestled right in the middle of Ballpark Village. Suites for St. Louis Cardinals games offer the best experience at Busch Stadium. Cardinals suites will accommodate 18 – 24 guests and provide them with VIP parking and plenty of in-suite catering options to choose from. The price of a Cardinals suite will vary by the game but generally range from $3,000 - $6,000 per game. Most Cardinals suites will be located from first to third base offering amazing views of the game and St. Louis skyline.

Past Spotlights

The St. Louis Cardinals enter 2018 looking to return to the postseason for the first time since 2015. In the off-season the Cardinals traded for slugger Marcell Ozuna from the Miami Marlins, which should solidify the middle of the lineup. Ozuna, a two-time All-Star, hit .312 with 37 home runs and 124 RBI’s last season in Miami. His ability to hit for average and power will be a welcomed addition to the St. Louis lineup.

Ozuna joins Tommy Pham and Dexter Fowler in a much improved Cardinals outfield. Also, infielders Jedd Gyorko, Paul DeJong, and Matt Carpenter all have 20+ home run potential. Together the Cardinals have a well balanced and powerful lineup for 2018. And of course, Yadier Molina has been a consistent force for the Cardinals behind the plate. His presence and leadership is always essential to the Cardinals’ success.

In the rotation, Carlos Martinez has fully established himself as the ace of this pitching staff. Martinez is a two-time All-Star with a nasty curveball and a dominant fastball that can come close to reaching triple digits. Mike Matheny will rely upon bounceback seasons from starting pitchers Adam Wainwright and Michael Wacha. As one of the Cardinals more intriguing young pitchers, 24-year old Luke Weaver will look to expand upon his success from last season.

Busch Stadium, the home of the Cardinals, is one of the premier venues in Major League Baseball. Busch Stadium is nestled right in the middle of Ballpark Village, making it an ultimate dining and entertainment area for Cardinals fans. Whether you are purchasing a luxury suite for a Cardinals game for business or pleasure, a Busch Stadium suite is perfect for any occasion. Luxury boxes in Busch Stadium include 20 tickets, 2 VIP parking passes, exclusive access to stadium clubs, and private entry into the venue. Premium in-suite catering options are available to purchase as well. First-class amenities include indoor and outdoor premium seating, HDTVs, Wi-Fi and a Cardinals suite attendant.

Experience St. Louis Cardinals baseball at one of the premier venues in all of baseball, Busch Stadium. Busch Stadium is nestled right in the middle of Ballpark Village. An ultimate dining and entertainment area for Cardinals fans. Whether you are purchasing a luxury suite for a Cardinals game for business or pleasure, a Busch Stadium suite is perfect for any occasion. Luxury boxes in Busch Stadium include 20 tickets, 2 VIP parking passes, exclusive access to stadium clubs and private entry into the venue. Premium in-suite catering options are available to purchase. First-class amenities include indoor and outdoor premium seating, HDTVs, Wi-Fi and a Cardinals suite attendant.

The 2017 St. Louis Cardinals will be a team hunting to take down their National League Central rivals, the Chicago Cubs. The Cardinals will roll out one of the better pitching rotations in the National League led by Adam Wainwright and Carlos Martinez. Martinez signed a record extension in the offseason after having his best season in the big leagues. Michael Wacha, Mike League and Lance Lynn round out the staff. Waiting in the wings is a talented prospect in the name of Alex Reyes who performed great in a small sample size last season. The bullpen has had a bit of a makeover. Former closer Trevor Rosenthal will now just be late relief with Seung-hwan Oh taking over as closer in 2017. Brett Cecil and Kevin Siegrist will be in the mix as well for middle relief.

While Yadier Molina’s power is dipping with age, Molina still hit for average and remains at the top of the list for defense. Super utilityman Matt Carpenter should be at first base for most of the year. The rest of the infield will include Jedd Gyorko, Kolten Wong, Jhonny Peralta and Aledmys Diaz. In the outfield, the Cardinals have two promising young players in Randal Grichuk and Stephen Piscotty. Piscotty was a breakout player for the Cardinals last season. During the offseason, the Cardinals signed Dexter Fowler to round out their outfield. Overall, manager Mike Matheny has a lot of players who have power in his lineup.

The 2016 St. Louis Cardinals are coming off of another season with 100 wins. The Cardinals topped the Pirates to win the NL Central last year. In 2015, the Cardinals do not appear to be the favorites to repeat. The Cubs have made many improvements and are now considered to give the Cardinals a run for their money. The rivalry heated off during the offseason after the Cubs signed two former Cardinals in Jason Heyward and John Lackey.

The Cardinals meanwhile didn’t make many moves in the offseason, only adding pitcher Mike Leake and infielder Jedd Gyorko. With that said, the Cardinals didn’t have a bug urgency to make very many moves. The Cardinals have been one of baseball’s most successful franchises in recent years. Even with key injuries last year, the Cardinals managed to win the most games in all of baseball.

Manager Mike Matheny will be glad to start the year with a healthy Adam Wainwright. Wainwright got hurt right out of the gate in 2015. When healthy, Wainwright is one of the best number one pitchers in baseball. The Cardinals have two stars in the making behind Wainwright in Carlos Martinez and Michael Wacha. Leake and Jaime Garcia will round out the rotation. Closing out games for the Cardinals is Trevor Rosenthal. One of the league’s best and hardest throwing closers.

Offensively, the Cardinals saw Matt Carpenter hit 28 home runs last season. The Cardinals hope for a repeat season from their leadoff man. Matt Holiday never got rolling due to injuries but he’s another power bat that can hit 30 home runs. Yadier Molina is better known for his defense but is very capable hitter in this lineup. For second basemen, Kolten Wong has some of the most natural pop in his bat. Wong is a players entering 2016 with high expectations. Another player the Cardinals are exciting about is their young outfielder, Stephen Piscotty. Piscotty will get the chance to play every day this season. Filling out the rest of the lineup will be Jhonney Peralta, Matt Adams, Brandon Moss and Randal Grichuk. Grichuk has the biggest upside out of that bunch and is capable of being a middle of the order bat.

Experience a Cardinals game from a private luxury suite in Busch Stadium. It’s a perfect setting for business or for pleasure. St. Louis Cardinals luxury suites offer a climate-controlled environment that includes 20 tickets, 2 VIP parking passes, exclusive access to stadium and stadium clubs, HDTV’s, premium seating, and other VIP amenities. Additional suite tickets can be purchased for larger groups.

The St. Louis Cardinals reached the National League Championship Series in 2014. The team has made some significant changes this offseason to help get them over that hump and back into the World Series in 2015. Starting with outfielder Jason Heyward who they traded for with the Atlanta Braves in exchange for pitcher Shelby Miller. Heyward is a defensive specialist and will provide some power to one of the National League’s best lineups. Rounding out the Cardinals lineup is Matt Carpenter, Matt Holliday, Yadier Molina and Matt Adams. Despite losing Miller in the Heyward trade, Manager Mike Matheny has plenty of arms to work with in 2015. Adam Wainwright will lead the group followed by John Lackey, Michael Wacha, Lance Lynn and Carlos Martinez. The Cardinals have finished second or higher in the National League Central for six consecutive seasons. They will enter 2015 as one of the National League teams favored to win the NL Pennant.

Experience a Cardinals game from a private luxury suite in Busch Stadium. It’s a perfect setting for business or for pleasure. St. Louis Cardinals luxury suites offer a climate-controlled environment that includes 16 tickets, 2 VIP parking passes, exclusive access to stadium and stadium clubs, HDTV’s, premium seating, and other VIP amenities. Additional suite tickets can be purchased for larger groups.