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FTX Arena (Formerly American Airlines Arena), Miami, FL
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  • Miami Heat vs. Orlando Magic

    FTX Arena (Formerly American Airlines Arena), Miami FL
    1 Suite Available
    Starting at $5,000
    from $5,000

  • Miami Heat vs. Charlotte Hornets

    FTX Arena (Formerly American Airlines Arena), Miami FL
    2 Suites Available
    From $4,000 to $4,283
    from $4,000

  • Miami Heat vs. Boston Celtics

    FTX Arena (Formerly American Airlines Arena), Miami FL
    2 Suites Available
    From $5,050 to $7,500
    from $5,050

  • Miami Heat vs. Utah Jazz

    FTX Arena (Formerly American Airlines Arena), Miami FL
    2 Suites Available
    From $5,000 to $5,681
    from $5,000

  • Miami Heat vs. New Orleans Pelicans

    FTX Arena (Formerly American Airlines Arena), Miami FL
    2 Suites Available
    From $4,030 to $5,500
    from $4,030

  • Miami Heat vs. Washington Wizards

    FTX Arena (Formerly American Airlines Arena), Miami FL
    2 Suites Available
    From $3,525 to $4,500
    from $3,525

  • Miami Heat vs. Denver Nuggets

    FTX Arena (Formerly American Airlines Arena), Miami FL
    1 Suite Available
    Starting at $3,980
    from $3,980

  • Miami Heat vs. Cleveland Cavaliers

    FTX Arena (Formerly American Airlines Arena), Miami FL
    2 Suites Available
    From $5,000 to $5,050
    from $5,000

  • Miami Heat vs. Memphis Grizzlies

    FTX Arena (Formerly American Airlines Arena), Miami FL
    1 Suite Available
    Starting at $4,838
    from $4,838

  • Miami Heat vs. Milwaukee Bucks

    FTX Arena (Formerly American Airlines Arena), Miami FL
    2 Suites Available
    From $6,944 to $8,000
    from $6,944

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How will Covid-19 / Coronavirus impact my event?

No matter what happens, Suite Experience Group has you covered - your suite will be protected by our 100% Guarantee.

Latest Covid-19 / Coronavirus Updates

SEG is constantly reviewing guidance from professional leagues, teams, venues, and government agencies, and will help you navigate these uncertain times.

The SEG 100% Guarantee

  • We guarantee you will receive your suite tickets in time for your event. In the extremely rare case that you do not, we will offer you an alternative option if available or we will refund you at least 100% of your total purchase price.
  • If the event is canceled or if fans are no longer permitted, you may choose to receive a full refund or a credit towards a future SEG purchase.
  • If the event date changes, you will receive the suite you purchased for the new date.
  • Some listings are further protected by a Flexible Refund Policy which allows you to receive a full refund for any reason as long as you contact us at least 21 days prior to the event date.

Please reach out to us if you have any further questions at [email protected] or 800-592-7043.

Miami Heat Suite Prices and Details

How much do Miami Heat suites cost?

Miami Heat suite rentals cost between $4,500-$10,000 per game on average. Heat suite pricing varies on the opponent, day of the week, suite size/location within FTX Arena (Formerly American Airlines Arena.) Midweek games and games against popular opponents typically cost the most.

How many guests can fit in a Heat suite?

Miami Heat luxury suites at FTX Arena vary in size and configuration. Center Court Suites, located on each sideline, have a capacity of 16-20 people. Loge Suites represent a good option for smaller groups of 4, 6, 8 or 10 people. Select Party Suites can hold as many as 80 guests.

Suite Levels at FTX Arena (Formerly American Airlines Arena)

Loge Suite

4-10 Tickets
1-3 Parking
Catering Available

Center Court Suite

12-16 Tickets
4 Parking
Food & Beverage Included

Party Suite

18-80 Tickets
4 Parking
Food & Beverage Included

FTX Arena (Formerly American Airlines Arena) Event Planning Guide

Catering

Miami Heat luxury suites can be catered in advance to your game. Heat suite guests will pre-order from the FTX Arena (Formerly American Airlines Arena) suite menu at their own discretion. Most people spend around $90 per person on food and alcohol. There is no minimum and it is optional.

Parking and Transportation

Miami Heat suites include VIP parking passes valid in the FTX Arena P2 Garage located on Biscayne Blvd. Additional cash parking lots are available at Bayside Marketplace Garage. For public transportation, the Metrorail, Metromover, & Metrobus all stop at FTX Arena (Formerly American Airlines Arena.)

Budget

Miami Heat suite rentals typically cost between $4,000-$8,000 depending on the opponent, day of the week, and suite size/location. Heat suite catering will be additional and you won't be charged for food and drinks until the day of the game. Additional costs could include Heat souvenirs.

Club Access

Miami Heat suite ticket holders have full access to the Bacardi Ocho Lounge (formerly Derwar's Clubhouse) located on the Club Level Concourse. The FTX Arena's Bacardi Ocho Lounge features an upscale lounge environment with buffet options and a full-service bar.

Dress Code

The Miami Heat don't enforce a strict dress code for being in a suite. Most Heat suite guests will be in fan gear or dress comfortably for the game. For a corporate event, it's more common to see guests in business casual attire. It's always best to ask your suite host on attire prior to the game.

Venue Bag Policy

All guests including those in a Miami Heat luxury suite, are subject to search by security prior to entering. Fanny packs, purses, and clear plastic bags measuring 14”x 14”x 6” or smaller are permitted at FTX Arena (Formerly American Airlines Arena.) No outside drinks or food are allowed... MORE

Entrances

If you have a Miami Heat suite ticket, the premium suite entrances are located at Gate 3 and Gate 4. Premium entrances will open 90 minutes prior to Miami Heat basketball games. While it's recommended to use a premium gate, Heat suite ticket holders are welcome to enter through any entrance.

Child Ticket Policy

Children under 2 years of age may enter FTX Arena (Formerly American Airlines Arena) free of charge for a Miami Heat game, providing that he/she sits on the lap of a parent or guardian. Any child older will need a ticket to get in, even if they are attending a Heat game in one of the luxury boxes.

Frequently Asked Miami Heat Questions

Will my Miami Heat luxury suite be completely private to me and my group?

Yes, all Miami Heat luxury suite rentals will be completely private to you and your group.

Will my SEG representative meet me at my luxury box day of the game?

Your SEG representative will be available via phone or email but will not be in your luxury box on gameday.  Your suite attendant will be your main point of contact on gameday.

When will I receive my Miami Heat skybox tickets?

Tickets will typically be available 1 to 2 weeks prior to your game.  Your SEG representative will confirm your estimated delivery date.

Please view our Frequently Asked Questions or Contact Us.

We are always happy to assist you.

Heat Spotlight

Current NBA Season

The 2020-21 Miami Heat look to build another championship run after reaching the 2020 NBA Finals. The Heat came up short against the Los Angeles Lakers but have plenty to be excited about this season. Jimmy Butler is moving up to superstar status in the NBA. Butler took over the NBA bubble a year ago and this season, Butler will have a healthy supporting cast in All-Star Bam Adebayo, Andre Iguodala and Goran Dragic. Abebayo, Tyler Herro and Rookie of the Year runner-up, Kendrick Nunn, look to be future cornerstones of the franchise.

If you are looking to see the Heat play this season, look no further than one of American Airlines Arena’s premium seating or luxury box options.

The American Airlines Arena on Biscayne Bay is a great year-round setting for a basketball game. Start your night at the Bacardi Ocho Lounge, where you can sip, dine, and socialize before the... MORE

Past Spotlights

The Miami Heat made some strides this offseason to try and re-emerge as contenders in the Eastern Conference for the first time since the departure of LeBron James. Head coach Erik Spoelstra guided the team through the post-LeBron era, and he is also without Dwyane Wade, after the Heat legend retired this past April.

Miami also traded away Hassan Whiteside and Josh Richardson and received former Philadelphia star Jimmy Butler and Meyers Leonard in return as part of a four-team swap. Goran Dragic will provide stability at point guard, and Bam Adebayo is poised to be the beneficiary of Whiteside’s departure. Dion Waiters and Justise Winslow are also returning, and rookie Tyler Herro showed some promise in the Summer League, so it has the potential to be a fun season in South Florida.

The American Airlines Arena on Biscayne Bay is a great year-round setting for a basketball game. Start your night at the Bacardi Ocho Lounge, where you can sip, dine, and socialize before the game. Your suite experience comes with a customized menu that can feature anything from steaks and barbeque to Italian.

Prime floor seating gets you in the first 10 rows of the arena with in-seat food and beverage service, along with access to the American Airlines Lounge.

The Miami Heat will look to take the next step in 2018-19, hoping to advance further in the playoffs than last year’s first round exit. Much of the same team returns, meaning Erik Spoelstra must continue to develop Miami’s young core. Without LeBron James in the East, the opportunity is there for the Heat to take the leap into the Eastern Conference elite.

The main storyline for the Heat this season will be Dwyane Wade's farewell tour. The future Hall of Famer will go down as one of the best players to ever play in a Heat uniform, and a true icon to the city of Miami. You won't want to miss your final chance to see Dwyane Wade play at American Airlines Arena.

With Goran Dragic and Dion Waiters in the backcourt, the Heat have two playmakers who can score at will. Dragic’s smooth style of play, combined with Waiters’ electric scoring ability make the Miami backcourt so fun to watch. Tyler Johnson will back up both guard positions, providing the Heat with three guards they can rely on to create pays and jumpstart the offense. Throw in Josh Richardson and Justise Winslow, and the Heat have excellent depth on the perimeter. Both Richardson and Winslow are under 25, and their continued development will be essential to the Heat’s success.

In the frontcourt Miami is led by defensive anchor Hassan Whiteside. Whiteside’s elite shot blocking ability always has him among the league leaders in blocks, delivering emphatic rejections night in and night out at American Airlines Arena. At the 4, Kelly Olynyk and James Johnson add versatility and unique scoring abilities. 

The most important player on the roster is arguably Bam Adebayo, the second year center selected 14th overall in the 2017 NBA Draft. Adebayo showed tremendous potential in his rookie season on both offense and defense. His development will be a primary concern for Erik Spoelstra and his coaching staff this season. 

Expectations are high in Miami after last year’s 44 win season. The depth of the roster may be Erik Spoelstra’s best asset, as the Heat have multiple players who can contribute at a high level at each position. Look for the Heat to reach the playoffs once again and make some noise once they get there.

The Heat call American Airlines Arena home, where the most common private luxury suites accommodate groups of 16-24 people. An American Airlines Arena suite is great for entertaining clients, employees, or enjoying a game with friends and family. Along with a private suite for a Heat game, guests will receive VIP parking, private entry into American Airlines Arena, and exclusive access to VIP clubs. An American Airlines Arena luxury suite will feature HDTVs, balcony seating, upscale furnishing, a dedicated suite attendant, and the option for premium in-suite catering. The celebrities are always out at Heat games in Miami, making the suite level at American Airlines Arena a can’t miss experience.