Detroit Pistons Suites

Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, MI
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Detroit Pistons Suite Prices and Details

How much do Detroit Pistons suites cost?

Detroit Pistons suites at Little Caesars Arena cost, on average, between $3,000-$6,000 per game. Prices vary based on team performance, opponent and day of the week. Midweek games and games versus marquee opponents are priced at a premium. Detroit Pistons Loge Boxes start at $1,000 for most games.

How many guests can fit in a Pistons suite?

Detroit Pistons Suites at Little Caesars Arena have a capacity of 18-28. Suites will come with 18 tickets with the option to purchase up to 10 additional overflow tickets, as needed. Loge Boxes, depending on configuration, will have a capacity of 4-12 guests.

Suite Levels at Little Caesars Arena

Blue Cross Suite

18 Tickets
3 Parking
Catering Available

Loge Box

4-6 Tickets
1 Parking
Catering Available

Double Loge Box (Side-By-Side Loge Boxes)

8-12 Tickets
1-2 Parking
Catering Available

Little Caesars Arena Event Planning Guide

Catering

In-suite catering is available for all luxury boxes at Little Caesars Arena. Typically our clients tend to spend about $1,500 on catering, and costs will depend mostly on size of your group, amount of alcohol being consumed, and the type of food you order (ballpark favorites versus higher end fare).

Parking and Transportation

Almost all Little Caesars Arena skyboxes come with VIP parking passes. Follow the directions on your parking passes to identify the best entrance for your particular suite. Ridesharing drop off and pickup is located closest to the Comerica/Southeast Entry and Meijer/Southwest Entry.

Budget

Luxury suites for Detroit Pistons and Detroit Red Wings games typically range from $4,000 to $10,000. Loge boxes usually sell for $1,500 - $2,500. Postseason games will be more expensive. For concerts and other events, prices vary widely based on performer and general demand for the event.

Club Access

LCA was designed with premium spaces as a priority, not an afterthought, so you will not be disappointed by the plethora of clubs accessible to you as a suite ticketholder. There are 6 different clubs in the arena, each with a different vibe and offering.

Dress Code

There's no right answer here, and it ultimately boils down to what others in your group will be wearing. For corporate events, attire may skew more toward business formal, however there is no special dress code for suites. LCA is climate controlled and suites have a coat closet for storage.

Venue Bag Policy

Soft-sided bags smaller than 14" x 14" x 6" are allowed in the arena, as well as diaper bags and medical bags. These bags do not need to be clear. All other bags are prohibited from being brought into the arena.

Entrances

There are many entrances to the arena. The VIP entrance is near the Chevrolet/Northeast Entry but you may use any entrance with your suite ticket. All entrances usually open 1.5 hours prior to the start time for Pistons and Red Wings games, however this may vary for concerts and other events.

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Pistons Spotlight

Current NBA Season

The Pistons are starting to form an identity as they enter the 2019-20 season. Head coach Dwayne Casey led Detroit back to the playoffs in his first season, which was aided by the fact that Blake Griffin, Reggie Jackson, and Andre Drummond had healthy, productive seasons.

Even though he isn’t what he once was, signing Derrick Rose to a two-year deal is a great low-risk, high-reward deal. While hampered by injuries over the past five years, Rose did have a 50-point game last year with Minnesota and played in 51 games. If he’s put his injury woes behind him, the Pistons could make some noise in the East.

See the Pistons in downtown Detroit as Little Caesars Arena enters its third season of hosting both the Pistons and the NHL’s Red Wings. It was named the Sports Facility of the Year in 2018 during the Sports Business Awards.

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Past Spotlights

With Blake Griffin and Andre Drummond entering their fist full season together, the Detroit Pistons have their sights set on the playoffs in 2018-19. Reigning NBA Coach of the Year Dwane Casey will begin his first season as Pistons head coach, hoping to maximize the potential of Detroit’s talented roster. The Eastern Conference is wide open, and the Pistons expect to compete as well as anyone.

Signing Dwane Casey in the summer was a major move for the franchise, as it isn’t so often that a coach of Casey’s stature is available on the market. Casey will be tasked with bringing the best out of franchise cornerstones Blake Griffin and Andre Drummond. Known for their highlight reels of dunks above the rim, Griffin and Drummond are two of the most exciting big men to watch in the NBA. Other than the midseason trade for Blake Griffin, the story of the season last year in Detroit was Drummond’s improvement at the foul line. Drummond's free throw % skyrocketed from a putrid 38% to a somewhat respectable 61%.

The key piece to the puzzle in Detroit is point guard Reggie Jackson. When Jackson is healthy, the Pistons offense executes very well, but when he is hurt, the losing piles up. The 28-year old point guard will need to stay healthy for the Pistons to compete for the playoffs in 2019. Another interesting player to keep an eye on this season is former Duke shooting guard Luke Kennard, who enters his second professional season. Kennard is an intriguing young player on the Pistons roster who they will continue to develop in the coming years.

Watch the Detroit Pistons in 2018-19 by renting a Little Caesars Arena luxury suite. Little Caesars Arena has revitalized Midtown Detroit, with a district of restaurants and shops surrounding the brand new arena. A luxury suite at Little Caesars Arena is the perfect setting for entertaining corporate clients or treating family and friends. With HDTVs, upscale furnishings, and great views of the floor, Little Caesars Arena suites offer the ultimate suite experience at Detroit Pistons games. 

Detroit Pistons are set to play at the brand new Little Caesars Arena in 2017-18. Fans can take in Pistons basketball from multiple VIP experiences including private suites or loge boxes. The Blue Cross suites are going to be larger groups of 18-28 guests. From one of these Pistons suites, guests can use this private setting for business or for pleasure. In your luxury suite, you can catch the Pistons on multiple HDTVs and have your suite completely catered. A loge box at Little Caesars Arena will include 6 tickets, making this a great experience for smaller groups. In a loge box, you will still have a private environment and can get it catered as well.

The Pistons would want nothing more than a chance for postseason play in the new arena. With additions like Avery Bradley and lottery pick Luke Kennard, the Pistons have high expectations for the 2017-18 season. With veterans Andre Drummond, Reggie Jackson and Tobias Harris, the Pistons appear ready to make a threat in the Eastern Conference. Head coach Steve Van Gundy enters his fourth year at the helm of the Pistons and will focus on the Pistons improved defense to make a dent in the Central Division.

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