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Suite Levels at Tropicana Field

Infield & Baseline Suites

16 Tickets
3 Parking

Infield & Baseline suites for Rays games include 16 tickets and 3 VIP parking passes. Suite will feature interior and exterior seating, premium in-suite catering... MORE

Executive Suite

28 Tickets
6 Parking

A Rays' Executive suite can accommodate a large group. They will include 28 tickets but you also have an option to purchase up to 8 additional tickets. Amenities... MORE

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Tampa Bay Rays Suite Prices

How much do Rays suites cost?

Suite prices for Rays games will vary based on the opponent, day of the week and the size of the suite you need. They will range from $2,500 - $5,000 for most Rays games. The most expensive games are typically the opening series of the season and when the Rays play the Red Sox and Yankees.

Tampa Bay Rays Spotlight

The Tampa Bay Rays are coming off an 80-82 campaign in 2017. The Rays played like contenders in the first half of the season, but they fell off late and missed the postseason. Manager Kevin Cash enters his 4th season as manager of the Tampa Bay Rays.

The lineup will be without last year’s best hitters, Evan Longoria and Logan Morrison. Longoria, who was the face of the franchise for 10 years, was traded to the San Francisco Giants in December. However, Corey Dickerson looks to lead a revamped lineup in 2018. The outfield is solid, with Kevin Kiermaier, Steven Souza Jr., and Denard Span penciled in as the starters. Kiermaier, who has won a Gold Glove during two of the past three seasons, is arguably the best defensive center fielder in baseball, while Souza Jr. has 30+ home run power. Denard Span comes over from the Giants via the Evan Longoria trade. Catcher Wilson Ramos enters his first full season healthy with the Rays, and infielder Brad Miller will look to regain his 2016 form.

The pitching staff is led by ace Chris Archer. Archer is consistently towards the top of the league in strikeouts, despite a higher ERA the past two seasons. Nathan Eovaldi expects to make his Rays debut in 2018 after missing all of last year recovering from Tommy John surgery. Jake Odorizzi and Blake Snell also add depth to the Rays rotation. Closer Alex Colome will look to replicate last year’s success, when he led the MLB with 47 saves.

Tropicana Field has many different suite options to choose from. The most popular tend to be the infield and baseline suites that can accommodate groups of up to 16 people. With your suite, you will also receive VIP parking, private entry into Tropicana Field and exclusive access to VIP lounges. Tampa Bay Rays suites will feature HDTVs, Wi-Fi, premium in-suite catering options, upscale furnishing, and a dedicated suite attendant. A Rays suite provides the perfect setting for both business and time with friends and family.

Past Spotlights

The 2017 Tampa Bay Rays continue to prove to the league that they are one of the best teams at acquiring top prospects. The Rays feature some of the brightest young stars in baseball. A farm system filled with talent is allowing the Rays to be competitive for years to come.  

During the offseason, the Rays traded away Logan Forsythe for top prospect Jose De Leon. De Leon comes over from the Dodgers and should find himself in the starting rotation soon. The Rays also traded Drew Smyly to the Mariners in exchange for rookie outfielder Mallex Smith. Smith should contribute at some point this season and is known for speed on the basepaths. The Rays have also added catcher Wilson Ramos and outfield Colby Rasmus to this year’s roster.

Evan Longoria will lead this team offensively. Longoria and Brad Miller will be the two power hitters in this lineup. After coming over at the trade deadline, Matt Duffy will be the lineup everyday. Kevin Kiermaier is one of the best defensive players in the league at centerfield. Corey Dickerson and Steven Souza will also play the outfield and while both don’t hit for average, they do hit for power.

No matter how many pitchers the Rays trade away, they also have one of the young rotations in baseball. The ace of this year’s club is Chris Archer. Archer will be backed up by Jake Odorizzi, Alex Cobb, Blake Snell, Matt Andriese and De Leon. Alex Colome took over closer duties last season and will start the year with the same role.

Tropicana Field has many different suite options to choose from. The most popular tend to be the infield and baseline suites that can accommodate groups of 16 people. With your suite, you will also receive VIP parking, private entry into Tropicana Field and exclusive access to VIP lounges. Tampa Bay Rays suites will feature HDTVs, Wi-Fi, premium in-suite catering options, upscale furnishing and a dedicated suite attendant. A suite for a Rays game provides the perfect setting for either business or just a fun time out with friends and family.

The American League East division is expected to as competitive as ever. The Tampa Bay Rays finished fourth in the division a year ago. In 2016, their goal will be to get above a .500 record and compete for a playoff spot. To do that, they will have to beat the likes of the Yankees, Red Sox, Blue Jays and Orioles who have all improved in the offseason.

The Rays have had one of the most solid pitching rotations in all of baseball over the past five years. 2016, should be no different with Chris Archer leading the way. Archer enters the new season as a Cy Young candidate. The Rays hope for a healthy bounce back season from Alex Cobb who underwent Tommy John surgery in 2015. Rounding out the rotation is Drew Smyly and Jake Odorizzi. In the bullpen, Brad Boxberger excelled at the closer position and will be closing games in 2016.

Offensively, Evan Longoria remains the focal point and best bat in the lineup. In Longoria’s eight-year career, he has hit over 21 home runs in seven of the eight years. Steven Souza, Jr. has high expectations in his second year with the Rays. The Rays are also high on outfielder Kevin Kiermaier, who has already shown he could be one of the best defensive players in the league. Other key players the Rays will need to step up include Desmond Jennings, Logan Forsythe, James Loney and Logan Morrison.

Tropicana Field has many different suite options to choose from. The most popular tend to be the infield and baseline suites that can accommodate groups of 16 people. With your suite you will also receive VIP parking, private entry into Tropicana Field and exclusive access to VIP lounges. Rays suites will feature HDTVs, Wi-Fi, premium in-suite catering options, upscale furnishing and a dedicated suite attendant.

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