Texas Rangers Suites

Globe Life Park, Arlington, TX
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Suite Levels at Globe Life Park

Lower Level Luxury Suite

18 Tickets
3 Parking

Luxury suites at the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington accommodate groups up to 18 people. Suites include 3 VIP parking passes, dedicated suite attendant and premium... MORE

Upper Level Luxury Suite

18 Tickets
3 Parking

This Texas Rangers luxury suite includes 18 tickets. With a Texas Rangers suite you will receive VIP parking, private entry into Globe Life Park and exclusive access... MORE

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Prices typically range from $3,900 -$5,500 for Texas Rangers suites. Prices vary based on day of game, opponent, and the location of the suite in Globe Life Park. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at Globe Life Park can vary widely based on the type of event.

Texas Rangers Spotlight

The Texas Rangers will look to compete for the American League West crown in 2018 with a high-powered offense and a revamped starting rotation. After winning the division title in both 2015 and 2016, the Rangers went just 78-84 last year. However, there are plenty of reasons for Rangers fans to be optimistic heading into 2018.

This off-season Texas clearly prioritized improving its starting rotation. After dealing Yu Darvish at the trade deadline, the Rangers were left with much uncertainty behind ace Cole Hamels. General manager Jon Daniels addressed the starting rotation by acquiring Doug Fister, Mike Minor, and Matt Moore this winter. Now the Rangers look poised to enter the 2018 season with one of the deepest rotations in the American League.

Despite entering his age-39 season, Adrian Beltre remains one of the best third basemen in the MLB both at the plate and in the field. The future Hall of Famer will look to anchor a Texas Rangers lineup built to rely on the long ball. The Rangers finished third in home runs among all of Major League Baseball last season and should be near the top of the league once again in 2018. Joey Gallo provides versatility in the field and a consistent source of power in the middle of the lineup. Near the top of league in home runs, strikeouts and walks, Gallo doesn’t put the ball in play often, yet he remains an analytic sweetheart in today’s game. Outfielders Nomar Mazara and Shin-Soo Choo will look to improve upon their excellent 2017 campaigns, while Elvis Andrus and Rougned Odor will control the middle of the infield for Texas. Odor has plenty of pop, but needs to become a more consistent hitter at the plate. Manager Jeff Banister, who was the 2015 American League Manager of the Year, has one of the most powerful lineups at his disposal for the 2018 season.

The Rangers home field, Globe Life Park in Arlington, is an excellent venue for a VIP experience. Most Texas Rangers luxury suites accommodate groups of 18 - 24. Luxury boxes for the Rangers are located from baseline to baseline with two levels of suites. Rangers suites offer indoor and outdoor seating, in-suite catering options, private restrooms, HDTVs and VIP parking passes. Whether you are looking to entertain clients, employees or friends and family, a Texas Rangers luxury suite is great for any setting.

Past Spotlights

Last season the Texas Rangers finished with the best record the American League en route to an AL West division title. The Rangers will look to repeat as divison champions and make a deep playoff run in 2017. As usual, the Rangers offensive lineup is loaded with firepower depsite the retirement of Prince Fielder. Future Hall-of-Famer, Adrian Beltre, returns for his 7th season with Texas. Beltre belies his age and continues put up fantasitc offensive numbers in addition to his trademark defense. Rangers fans are salivating over the offensive potential of Roughned Odor. In his second full season with the Rangers, Odor hit 33 home runs. Ordor is a free-swinger who does not generate many walks, but the power is there. Odor, along with shortstop Elvis Andrus, provide good offensive upside as middle infielders. In the offseason, the Rangers brought back power hitting DH, Mike Napoli. Napoli is a winner wherever he playes. In 2016, Napoli hit over 40 home runs; his signing was critical to replace some of the power lost with Prince Fielder. If center fielder Carlos Gomez plays to his potential, this Rangers lineup could be an offensive juggernaut. 

The Rangers have plenty of talent in their starting rotation to make another deep playoff run. Cole Hamels and Yu Darvish are workhorses. If healthy, each can be counted on for over 200 innings pitched. Behind Hamels and Darvish, Martin Perez and Andrew Cashner should get enough run support to be effective. Matt Bush and Sam Dyson will be counted on as late-inning lockdown relievers. 

GlobeLife Park is an excellent venue for a VIP experience. Most Texas Rangers luxury suites accommodate groups of 18 - 24. Luxury boxes for the Rangers are located from baseline to baseline with two levels of suites. Rangers suites offer indoor and outdoor seating, in-suite catering options, private restrooms, HDTVs and VIP parking passes. Whether you are looking to entertain clients, employees or friends and family, a Texas Rangers luxury suite is great for any setting.

Offense: After winning the American League West in 2015, the Rangers are gearing up to repeat as division champions in 2016. As far as the lineup is concerned, the Rangers will have a lot of power in the middle of the order. Prince Fielder, Adrian Beltre, Josh Hamilton and Mitch Moreland can all hit over 20 home runs with a healthy year. Fielder was named the American League Comeback Player of the Year after hitting 23 home runs and batting over .300. Beltre is entering a contract year and despite getting up there in age, he’s still solid offensively and defensively. Shin-Soo Choo can’t seem to dodge the injury bug but he’s a duel threat with power and speed. Elvis Andrus, better known for his defense, is also a great base stealer. Rougned Odor finished the season very strong, hitting 15 of his 16 home runs in the final four months of the season. After a good showing in his rookie season, Delino DeShields will be the everyday centerfielder for the Rangers.

Pitching: The Texas Rangers didn’t make many moves in the offseason, partially because their biggest move came at the trade deadline in 2015 when they acquired Cole Hamels from the Phillies. Manager Jeff Banister is just hoping for a healthy season from his current squad. Banister was named Manager of the Year last season in his first year with the Rangers.  Hamels will be the ace of the staff while Yu Darvish recovers from Tommy John surgery. Hamels got off to a rocky start with the Rangers but they went on to win his final 10 starts. Darvish will return to the rotation this summer and assuming he comes back as an elite pitcher, that will give the Rangers one of the best two starters in baseball. Martin Perez and Derek Holland will both start the year healthy. Both Perez and Holland missed months at a time last season. Shawn Tolleson saved 35 games in 2015 and will once again be the closer for the Rangers.

Schedule: In 2016 Global Life Park will welcome the Baltimore Orioles, Cincinatti Reds, Boston Red Sox, Minnesota Twins, Oakland Athletics, Kansas City Royals, Colorado Rockies, Detroit Tigers, Cleveland Indians, Houston Astros, Seattle Mariners, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Milwaukee Brewers and Tampa Bay Rays.

Suites: Globe Life Park is an excellent venue to catch a VIP experience. Most Texas Rangers luxury suites accommodate groups of 18 - 24. Luxury boxes for the Rangers are located from baseline to baseline with two levels of suites. Rangers suites offer indoor and outdoor seating, in-suite catering options, private restrooms, HDTVs and VIP parking passes. Whether you are looking to entertain clients, employees or friends and family, a Texas Rangers luxury suite is great for any setting.

The Texas Rangers finished 2014 with the worst record in the American League. This comes after averaging 91 wins and two World Series appearances in five straight seasons. Most of the down year could be blamed on major injuries to some of their biggest stars such as Prince Fielder, Yu Darvish, Shin-Soo Choo, Jurickson Profar, Matt Harrison and Martin Perez. With healthy returns from each of them, the 2015 Rangers will be vastly improved. Although the Rangers will have to improve without their best starting pitcher Yu Darvish. The Rangers announced that Darvish will undergo Tommy John surgery in Spring Training. Darvish will miss the 2015 season. To help turn the team back into an American league West contender, the Rangers signed a new Manager, Jeff Banister. Adrian Beltre will look to continue his Hall of Fame case both on the offensive and defensive side of the game. Elvis Andrus shines at shortstop and is a menace on the base paths. The team could turn to some of their promising prospects in 2015 like power-hitter Joey Gallo, pitcher Alex Gonzales and catcher Jorge Alfaro. Their rotation will be led by Darvish, Derek Holland, Colby Lewis and newly acquired Ross Detwiler.

The Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, Globe Life Park. Texas Rangers luxury suites accommodate small and large groups. Luxury boxes for the Rangers are located all around the ballpark and offer indoor and outdoor seating, in-suite catering options, private restrooms, HDTVs and VIP parking passes. Whether you are looking to entertain clients, employees or friends and family, a Rangers luxury suite is great for any setting.

New faces join the Texas Rangers lineup in 2014. The Rangers traded for Prince Fielder and signed Shin-Soo Choo. Fielder will add extra power in the middle of the order while Choo will bat leadoff. Adrian Beltre continues to produce with four straight seasons with 30 or more home runs. Yu Darvish is the ace of their pitching rotation after finishing second in the Cy Young Voting. Manager Ron Washington has led the Rangers to the playoffs three out of the past four years. The Rangers Ballpark in Arlington is now named Globe Life Park. Texas Rangers luxury suites accommodate small and large groups. Luxury boxes are located all around the ballpark and offer indoor and outdoor seating, in-suite catering options, private restroom and VIP parking passes.

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