Tampa Bay Rays Suites

Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, FL

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  • 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.
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Tampa Bay Rays Suite Prices and Details

How much do Tampa Bay Rays suites cost?

Tampa Bay Rays luxury suites cost between $2,000-$5,000 on average. Rays suite rentals will vary in price based on the opponent, day of the week and the suite type/size. Legends of Tampa Bay Suite, Hooters Owls Den and the Rays Club Suites will be the most expensive Tropicana Field suite options.

How many guests can fit in a Rays suite?

The private suites at Tropicana Field for Tampa Bay Rays games can accommodate anywhere from 12-34 guests. For larger groups, some suite types can be combined with each other to offer a larger suite for your group. Executive Suites will be the biggest option and Outfield Suites will be the smallest.

Suite Levels at Tropicana Field

Infield Suite

16 Tickets
3 Parking
Catering Available

Executive Suite

28 Tickets
6 Parking
Catering Available

Baseline Suite

16 Tickets
3 Parking
Catering Available

Outfield Suite

12 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

Legends of Tampa Bay Suite

22 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

Tropicana Field Event Planning Guide


Most Tampa Bay Rays suites will not include food or beverage. In-suite catering can be ordered in advance to your game at an additional cost. The Tropicana Field suite catering department will provide a suite menu to order form, everything from appetizers to entrees and alcohol. There is no minimum.

Parking and Transportation

Rays suites include VIP parking, most likely in Lot 1. Each pass is clearly labeled with it's designated lot. General parking at Tropicana Field will cost from $15-$40 depending on the game and lot. Complimentary parking for cars with at least 4 passengers is available on Sundays in lots 2, 6 and 7.


A Rays luxury box rental can vary in cost but may range from $2,000-$5,000 per game. In-suite catering will be an additional cost as well, a transaction that won't occur until game day. There's no minimum on suite catering at Tropicana Field but most people spend $75-$100 per person.

Club Access

The DEX Imaging Home Plat Club feature seats among the closest in baseball. DEX Imaging Home Plate Club Season Ticket Holders receive in-seat waiter service, complimentary food and drinks, access to the Rays Club and to a private dining area inside the Rays Club.

Dress Code

There is no formal dress code for attending a TB Rays suite in a luxury suite. For corporate events, most suite guests will be dressed in business casual attire. However, most guests attending the game on the suite level will be wearing team-branded apparel. Comfortable shoes are recommended.

Venue Bag Policy

No bags larger than 16"x16"x8" are allowed into Tropicana Field. This prohibits any backpacks, purses, bags or packages. All permissible food items allowed into the stadium must be one individual serving, wrapped, bagged or contained within a soft-sided container that won't exceed 16" x 16" x 8".


For Tampa Bay Rays suite ticket holders, the VIP entrance into Tropicana Field is at Gate 4. A separate VIP and suite holder entrance will be marked there. All gates open 90 minutes prior to first pitch for every Rays game. Gates 1, 4, 5 and 6 are open to the general public.

Child Ticket Policy

Any child two years of age and older must have a ticket to enter Tropicana Field. This includes children attending the game in one of the Rays luxury boxes. Any child younger than two, may enter for free. Strollers are allowed into the ballpark and may be checked in at Gate 1 Guest Services.

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Rays Spotlight

Current MLB Season

The Rays followed up a trip to the 2020 World Series with their first 100-win season last year, but a disappointing October followed in a Division Series loss to the rival Red Sox. Corey Kluber and Drew Rasmussen join the pitching staff anchored by Shane McClanahan, but the real star here is the offense and potential MVP candidate Wander Franco, who was locked up with a long-term deal by the club in the offseason. He joins solid hitters Brandon Lowe, Randy Arozarena, Yandy Diaz, and Mike Zunino in a strong lineup that is looking for its third-straight AL East title.

Ownership does a nice job adding more and more premium options at Tropicana Field every year. The Left Field Ledge, an area that included ledge tables, seated drink rails, and a full-service bar, and The Chalk Box—featuring comfy, oversized seats with armrests, cupholders, in-seat food and beverage service, and... MORE

Past Spotlights

The 2021 Tampa Bay Rays look to defend their title as American League Champions. The Rays feature some of the best young talent in baseball, including 2020 breakout star Randy Arozarena. The lineup includes Austin Meadows, Kevin Kiermaier, Willy Adames, Manuel Margot, Ji-Man Choi and Brandon Lowe. The big question from Rays fans will be, is this the year the Rays call-up MLB’s top prospect Wander Franco.

On the mound, the Rays will look for some breakout performances from key starters Tyler Glasnow, Ryan Yarbrough, Michael Wacha and Chris Archer. The Rays traded Blake Snell to the Padres in the offseason, allowing them to stockpile their farm system with more promising prospects. In addition to added Archer, the Rays also signed veteran Rich Hill to the rotation.  

The Rays look forward to pack Tropicana Field with fans in 2021. Fans can experience Rays baseball from a variety of luxury suite options. Tropicana Field features suites from foul pole to foul pole, including the Legends of Tampa Bay Suite, Infield Suites, and Executive Suites. Rays’ luxury boxes are going to accommodate groups as small as 12 and as big as 34 people. Some of Tropicana Field’s top suite amenities include a private balcony, HDTV, premium in-suite catering options and exclusive access to VIP clubs like the Rays Club and DEX Imaging Home Plate Club.

For premium seating at a Tampa Bay Rays game, be sure to check out the Fieldside Box, Chalk Box and the DEX Imaging Home Plate Club. All three options provide some of the best views to see the Rays take the field with first-class dining and VIP lounges to entertain in.

The names change both on the field and in the front office for the Rays, but the winning does not. Tampa Bay won 96 games in 2019 and took the Astros to a deciding Game 5 of the Division Series before bowing out of the playoffs.

In typical Rays fashion, there was plenty of offseason turnover: gone are bats Tommy Pham, Avisail Garcia, and Travis d’Arnaud. Replacing them are Jose Martinez (via trade from St. Louis), Japanese hitter Yoshi Tsutsugo, and Hunter Renfroe (via San Diego). They join young pieces Austin Meadows, Brandon Lowe, and Willy Adames, who all had breakout 2019 campaigns.

The rotation is actually very stable, with Charlie Morton, Blake Snell, and Tyler Glasnow sitting as the main pieces. Ryan Yarbrough and Yonny Chirinos are available to start or serve as “openers,” a strategy the Rays invented in 2018.

The club made several upgrades to Tropicana Field last year, including the Left Field Ledge, an area that included ledge tables, seated drink rails, and a full-service bar. The Chalk Box is new for 2020 – it features comfy, oversized seats with armrests, cupholders, and table, in-seat food and beverage service, all with great views along the first base line. The DEX Imaging Home Plate Club gives you seats right behind home plate and comes with an all-inclusive buffet in the Rays Club.

Traditional suites run up and down the first and third base lines that come with all-inclusive catering, VIP parking passes, and private restrooms.

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