Dallas Mavericks Suites

American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
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Dallas Mavericks Suite Prices and Details

How much do Dallas Mavericks suites cost?

Dallas Mavericks luxury suites typically cost between $3,000-$10,000 per game, depending on team performance, opponent, and day of the week. Midweek games are priced at a premium as are games versus popular opponents like the Los Angeles Lakers, Milwaukee Bucks and the San Antonio Spurs.

How many guests can fit in a Mavericks suite?

Dallas Mavericks suites range in size and configuration. Flagship and Platinum Level suites have a capacity of 12-23. Most suites come with a base quantity of 18 tickets and the option to purchase overflow tickets, as needed. Suites on the Admiral Level commonly come with a quantity of 12 tickets.

Suite Levels at American Airlines Center

Flagship Suite

12-18 Tickets
0-3 Parking
Catering Available

Platinum Suite

12-18 Tickets
0-4 Parking
Catering Available

Admiral Suite

12-18 Tickets
0-4 Parking
Catering Available

American Airlines Center Event Planning Guide

Catering

All private luxury suites at American Airlines Center offer premium in-suite catering provided by Levy Restaurants. The catering menu has many local options including the popular Dallas Smokehouse Package. On average, SEG clients spend $100 per group member. There is no catering minimum.

Parking and Transportation

Public transportation is highly encouraged at American Airlines Center; the DART and the Green/ Orange lines stop at the arena (Victory Station). VIP parking for suite holders is in the Lexus Garage adjacent to the arena. The ride-sharing pick-up/drop-off point is located on Star Way and Olive St.

Budget

Private suite rentals at American Airlines Center cost between $2,500-$15,000. Dallas Mavericks (NBA) and Dallas Stars (NHL) suites range from $3,000-$6,000. Prices fluctuate based on team performance, opponent and day of the week. Suite prices for concerts will vary widely based on performer.

Club Access

Suite ticket holders have full access to Platinum (Club) Level at American Airlines Center. This includes the Lexus Platinum Club, Effen Vodka Lounge, and the BeachBound Lounge among others. Platinum Level features plenty of cash bars and lounge seating in addition to private restrooms.

Dress Code

There is no dress code for Platinum (suite) Level at American Airlines Arena. Corporate groups typically dress in business casual attire; however, it is not uncommon for suite patrons to wear casual clothes or team-branded apparel. Suites are climate-controlled with a closest for coat storage.

Venue Bag Policy

All fans entering American Airlines Center are subject to metal detector screening. Any bags larger then 14”x14”x6” are not allowed into the arena. Laptops and tablets are permitted inside American Airlines Center for Mavericks and Stars games. For concerts, they are typically not allowed.

Entrances

There are three VIP entrances at American Airlines Center: Northeast Platinum Entry (All Star Way across from Audi Park Garage); Southeast Platinum Entry (between East Doors and Jack Daniel’s Club) and Gold Entry (Olive St.). Gates open 90 minutes before sports games and one hour prior to... MORE

Child Ticket Policy

Children under the age of 2 do not require a separate admission ticket to enter American Airlines Center. Suites provide a safe private environment for families and groups with young children. Strollers are permitted and able to be checked at Guest Relations.

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Mavericks Spotlight

Current NBA Season

After a 20-year career, the post-Dirk Nowitzki era begins in Dallas. Luckily for the Mavericks, they have another superstar from overseas ready to go in Kristaps Porzingis. The 7-foot, 3-inch center acquired from the New York Knicks is healthy after fully rehabbing his left knee after an ACL tear in early 2018. Emerging star Luka Doncic adds to the equation and gives Dallas quite a formidable one-two international punch. Look out for players like Tim Hardaway Jr., Seth Curry, and Delon Wright as potential breakout candidates for head coach Rick Carlisle, a rare case of a coach who survived a down period and gets to make another run at the top thanks to the persistence of owner Mark Cuban.

 You have plenty of options for a premier game experience at the American Airlines Center. Start with the Service King Lounge Theater Boxes, which are available for 4-6 or 8-12 guests. In... MORE

Past Spotlights

There is lots of excitement surrounding the Dallas Mavericks in 2018-19, mainly due to their young backcourt of Dennis Smith Jr. and Luka Doncic. Future Hall of Famer Dirk Nowitzki enters the 21st season of his legendary career, hoping to return to the playoffs at least one more time as he nears retirement. Be sure to head out to American Airlines Center to watch Dirk Nowitzki and the rejuvenated Dallas Mavericks this season.

The Mavericks aren’t used to picking in the NBA Draft lottery, but the early results on their past two lottery selections suggest they have hit home runs. Mark Cuban and the Mavs drafted point guard Dennis Smith Jr. in 2017, followed by Luka Doncic in 2018 in a draft day trade that cost the Mavericks an extra first round pick. Dennis Smith Jr. showed All-Star potential last season, averaging 15 points and 5 assists as a rookie. He is a great athlete with a natural ability to attack the basket and create plays. As much reason as there is to be excited about Dennis Smith Jr., there is perhaps even more optimism surrounding Luka Doncic. Doncic is a do-it-all shooting guard from Slovenia who won the Euroleague MVP last year as a teenager, a feat no one has accomplished before. Mark Cuban said Luka Doncic was first on the Mavericks draft board and it wasn’t even close, so it’s safe to say the Mavs got their man. Dallas has their backcourt of the future in Dennis Smith Jr. and Luka Doncic.

In addition to trading for Luka Doncic on draft day, the Dallas Mavericks signest one of the biggest names in free agency: DeAndre Jordan. After the bizarre situation two years ago when Jordan agreed to a deal with Dallas but then backed out to stay with the Clippers, DeAndre Jordan is finally a Dallas Maverick. He should slide in very well next to Dirk Nowitzki and Harrison Barnes in the frontcourt. Jordan is an elite rebounder who is a dominant presence finishing dunks around the rim, something the Mavericks haven’t had since Tyson Chandler.

On the perimeter, expect Harrison Barnes and Wesley Matthews to carry a bulk of the scoring and shooting. Head coach Rick Carlisle enters his 11th consecutive season with the Dallas Mavericks, tying him with Erik Spoelstra as second longest tenured coach in the NBA, behind only Gregg Popovich.

Mavericks billionaire owner and TV personality Mark Cuban has once again put together a promising roster after two subpar seasons in a row. Join Mark Cuban live at Dallas Mavericks games this season by renting an American Airlines Center luxury suite. American Airlines Center suites include all the typical luxury suite amenities, including VIP parking passes, upscale furnishings, and a private bar. Enjoy a Mavericks game in an intimate setting with your valued guests by purchasing an American Airlines Center luxury suite.

After missing the playoffs last season for the first time in the past 4 years, the Dallas Mavericks will look to bounce back in 2017-18. Rick Carlisle returns for his 9th season as head coach of the Mavs. Small forward Harrison Barnes will be relied upon as the primary scoring threat for this team. Barnes, already an above average NBA player, will look to continue his ascension into the NBA's elite. NBA legend Dirk Nowitzki returns for his 20th season with the Mavericks. Although limited athletically, Nowitzki remains a solid spot-up shooter and will stretch the floor for this offense. In the 2017 NBA draft, the Mavericks selected point guard Dennis Smith Jr. from NC State with the 4th overall pick. Smith was the talk of the draft and many analysts think Smith has superstar potential. If Smith is ready to contribute immediately, he should serve as the tertiary scoring threat behind Barnes and shooting guard, Wesley Matthews. 

Experience first-class treatment at the American Airlines Center by watching the Mavericks live from a luxury box. Dallas Mavericks luxury suites provides fans with private entry into American Airlines Center, VIP parking, and exclusive access to suite level bars and restaurants. American Airlines suites can accommodate 12-23 guests. Other suite amenities include premium catering options, HDTVs, comfortable lounge seating, and a dedicated suite attendant. The American Airlines Center has three suite levels; Flagship, Platinum and Admiral.