Brooklyn Nets Suites

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY

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Brooklyn Nets Suite Prices

How much do Brooklyn Nets suites cost?

Prices typically range from $2,750 -$5,000 for Brooklyn Nets suites. Prices will vary based on day of game, opponent, and the location of the suite. Barclays Center is one of the most popular venues for concerts. Suites for concerts at the Barclays Center will often times be more expensive than suites for the Nets.

Suite Levels at Barclays Center

Loft Suite - A-Level

16 Tickets

Loft Suite - B-Level

16 Tickets

Barclays Center Event Planning Guide

Suite Experience Group helps customers all over the world to plan corporate and personal events at Barclays Center and many other stadiums. In this section we’ve compiled the key considerations when planning an event at Barclays Center.

Arena Access

All suite ticket holders are welcome to enter Barclays Center through any gate, but they will also have VIP access via The Calvin Klein VIP Entrance at the Northwest Corner of the arena on Atlantic Avenue.

Gates open 1 hour prior to the start time of Barclays Center events.

Group Size and Number of Attendees in a Suite

Barclays Center offers suites on two different levels; A level and B level. Suites at Barclays Center have various configurations and are equipped to host groups ranging from 10 to 64 guests.

Budget for a Suite Purchase

The price of a suite at Barclays Center varies by day of the week and opponent. The cost of a typical Nets or Islander game is $2,500, which increases for premium opponents and post season games. The cost for concerts varies based on performer.

Barclays Center Catering

In suite catering is available in all suites at Barclays...

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Nets Spotlight

Current NBA Season

The Brooklyn Nets were busy this offseason, but the full benefit of their big moves won’t pay off until 2020-21.

Don’t discount this season, however. A group that was projected to be a losing team won 42 games and made the playoffs in 2018-19.

Kyrie Irving, hoping from a fresh start from his turbulent tenure in Boston, was traded to Brooklyn for D’Angelo Russell. Taurean Prince, Garrett Temple, and Wilson Chandler are also new to the team, while Caris LeVert, Joe Harris, and Spencer Dinwiddie return after having success during last year’s overachieving season.

Not to forget the biggest acquisition of all – Kevin Durant. Unfortunately, Durant is expected to miss all of this season as he recovers from an Achilles injury suffered during last year’s NBA Finals while he was with Golden State. When he returns, adding a 10-time... MORE

Past Spotlights

The Brooklyn Nets enter 2018-19 with playoff aspirations for their young squad. Improvement across the board by Brooklyn’s young players, coupled with the return of Jeremy Lin, could make the Nets a dark horse for the playoffs in a weak Eastern Conference. Expect Brooklyn to play an entertaining brand of basketball with a fast pace and lots of three pointers.

D’Angelo Russell is the wild card in which the Nets organization hinges on. As he enters his fourth professional season, will Russell develop into a star? This season will be huge for Russell to prove he is a cornerstone for the franchise to build around.

Russell is just one piece of a loaded backcourt for Brooklyn. Fan favorite Jeremy Lin returns from last year’s gruesome knee injury that he suffered on Opening Night. Lin will likely be the team’s starting point guard and run the show in head coach Kenny Atkinson’s offense. Spencer Dinwiddie will also play a significant role in Brooklyn’s lineup after a breakthrough 2018 season which saw Dinwiddie finish third in the Most Improved Player voting. Dinwiddie carried the offense throughout much of last season when Lin and Russell were hurt, showing improvements with his jump shot and ability to attack the rim. Other guards who expect to see playing time are Caris LeVert, Allen Crabbe, and Joe Harris. The Nets hope LeVert can turn into a future All-Star, which his talent the past two seasons certainly suggests he can. Meanwhile, Crabbe is one of the best three point shooters in the NBA, and Harris re-signed with the team in the off-season after improving tremendously under Atkinson last year.

Brooklyn is thinner in the frontcourt, where depth is limited behind DeMarre Carroll, Rondae-Hollis Jefferson, and Jarrett Allen. There are plenty of reasons to be excited about big man Jarrett Allen, who showed flashes of serious potential last year as a rookie. Allen has freak athleticism and excels at rocking the rim off the pick and roll. With a 1970’s-esque afro and no shortage of highlight dunks, Jarrett Allen is quickly becoming a fan favorite in Brooklyn. 

Signs are finally pointing up in Brooklyn, as there is once again a reason to be excited about Nets basketball. General manager Sean Marks has done a tremendous job acquiring young talent with the limited assets he started the job with. Head coach Kenny Atkinson has proved he is the perfect coach for this team, embracing modern styles of play and emphasizing player development. Next summer the Nets will have a ton of cap space and their own first round pick for the first time in what feels like forever, putting an end to the infamous Boston trade.

Watch the Brooklyn Nets live at Barclays Center in the comfort of a private luxury suite. Your suite experience will include VIP parking, an in-suite attendant to cater your needs, upscale furnishings, HDTVs, and excellent views of the court. Barclays Center suites are a great way to entertain clients or simply treat family and friends to a Nets game.

GM Sean Marks has pulled together a roster full of interesting young talent. Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, a 2014 first-round pick, shows promise as an athletic stopper on the wing with some offensive upside, while Chris McCullough, the Nets other first-round pick, has shown flashes of potential this past season season. McCullough fits the mold of a playmaking four with the tools to stretch the floor, make plays off the bounce and finish at the rim. The Nets also added former number two overall pick D'Angelo Russell to the fold in a trade with the Lakers. Russell is a gifted guard with tremendous upside, and will be given every opportunity to prove himself as the face of the franchise.

As far as veterans go, the Nets have a couple who standout. Jeremy Lin is still capable of being a solid starter at the point guard position. It will be interesting to see if head coach Kenny Atkinson thinks Lin and Russell can play together, so expect to see him get creative with the number of lineups he sends out on the floor. The Nets are a team loaded with young players ready to make an impact. With Russell leading the way, Brooklyn is home to one of the teams of the future.

You can see the Nets take the court at the Barclays Center. The Barclays Center is one of the premier venues in the NBA. A Nets suite will include VIP parking, a personal suite attendant, HDTVs, upscale furnishing and comfortable seating for the game. Fans who purchase a luxury box for a Nets game will also get private entry into the Barclays Center via the VIP Entrance, and exclusive access to the bars and restaurants on the suite level.

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