Texas Rangers Suites

Globe Life Field, Arlington, TX

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Texas Rangers Suite Prices

How much do Texas Rangers suites cost?

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.

Suite Levels at Globe Life Field

Classic Suite

20 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

Field Suite

12 Tickets
3 Parking
Catering Available

Hall of Fame Suite

30 Tickets
10 Parking
Catering Available

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Rangers Spotlight

Current MLB Season

The Rangers believe they have put a team together that will contend in the AL West to go with the opening of Globe Life Field in Arlington, a $1.2 billion retractable-roofed stadium that will serve as a nice compliment to “Jerry’s World” (AT&T Stadium) across the street. The indoor conditions to combat the intense summer heat will be welcomed by players and fans alike.

Joey Gallo returns to the lineup after an injury-plagued 2019 campaign, but the real story here is the improved pitching. Corey Kluber comes over from Cleveland to serve as the ace, with Mike Minor, Lance Lynn, Kyle Gibson, and Jordan Lyles all locked in for at least the next two years.

Naturally, the new stadium is overloaded with premium seating opportunities. The Home Plate Club gives you seats within the first eight rows behind the dish, and you have access to the huge club and... MORE

Past Spotlights

The Texas Rangers welcome a new manager in 2019, Chris Woodward. Under Woodward’s leadership, the Rangers are hoping to leap to the front of the AL West. The Rangers are calling 2019 a “development” year, where they hope to see some of their promising prospects play amongst their clubhouse veterans. One thing is for sure, the Rangers’ lineup is full of power and excitement that fans will get to see at Globe Life Park.

Fresh off his best season, Nomar Mazara could be a perennial all-star for the Rangers. With strong seasons from of their stars like Shin-Soo Choo, Elvis Andrus, Rougned Odor and Joey Gallo, the Rangers could be one of the highest scoring teams in baseball. With Adrian Beltre retired, the Rangers signed Asdrubal Cabrera in the offseason.

To compete with division rivals like the Astros and the Angels, the Rangers pitching staff will need to have a big year. The starters will be Mike Minor, Lance Lynn, Drew Smyly, Shelby Miller and Edinson Volquez. The Rangers do one of the best relievers in the American League in Jose Leclerc.

Globe Life Park in Arlington will have two suite levels, a lower and upper level. Both suite levels at Globe Life will provide the same first-class experience you expect with a baseball suite. A suite for a Rangers game will range in priced based on who they play and the suite’s location but in general, they will be around $4,500 - $7,000. Suites for a Texas Rangers game will accommodate 18 – 24 guests on average. Each Rangers suite will be climate-controlled and offer balcony seating for an indoor/outdoor experience. From VIP parking to a private entry at Globe Life Park, a Rangers suite will offer fans that suite experience they’ve been looking for from the moment they show up.

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.