St. Louis Cardinals Suites

Busch Stadium, St Louis, MO

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Private 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

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How much do Cardinals suites cost?

St. Louis Cardinals suite prices will range from $3,500 - $6,000 on average. Suites at Busch Stadium can vary in price based on the day of game, who the Cardinals opponent will be, and the location of the suite. You can expect Cardinals suites to sell out quickly especially for games versus the Cubs. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at Busch Stadium can vary widely based on the type of event.

St. Louis Cardinals Spotlight

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.