New Orleans Pelicans Suites

Smoothie King Center, New Orleans, LA
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New Orleans Pelicans Suite Prices and Details

How much do New Orleans Pelicans suites cost?

New Orleans Pelicans suite prices vary by game. Pricing depends on team performance, opponent, and suite location. On average, suite rentals cost between $1,500-$3,500 per game. Marquee games can cost $5,000-$8,000.. Suites do not come inclusive of catering so be sure to budget accordingly.

How many guests can fit in a Pelicans suite?

New Orleans Pelicans suites have a capacity of 16-24. Suites will feature 12-18 theater-style cushioned seats in addition to barstool seating. Every suite offers the option to purchase additional standing-room tickets or guest passes (must accompany a general admission ticket), as needed.

Suite Levels at Smoothie King Center

200 Level Suite

16 Tickets
0-3 Parking
Catering Available

Smoothie King Center Event Planning Guide

Catering

In-suite catering is available to purchase for all luxury suites at Smoothie King Center. Arena catering is managed by Centerplate. The 32-page suites menu features plenty of food and beverage choices offered in packages or a la carte (served family-style, not individual portions).

Parking and Transportation

The Smoothie King Center, and neighboring Mercedes-Benz Superdome, offer 7 parking garages and several open-air cash lots. VIP Parking for New Orleans Pelicans games are usually for Lot 2 or the Champions Garage.

Budget

Luxury suite prices at Smoothie King Center vary by event. For New Orleans Pelicans (NBA) games, suites typically cost between $1,500-$3,500. Games against marquee opponents such as the Lakers, Warriors, Bucks or Celtics are priced at a premium. Suites for these games can cost upwards of $10,000.

Club Access

Suite ticket holders have full access to Club Level (200-Level) at Smoothie King Center. This includes the North and South Club Lounges, and the Hub Club. The Hub Club features lounge seating, upgraded concessions and a full-service cash bar.

Dress Code

There is no formal dress code for suite level at Smoothie King Center. Corporate groups will most likely dress in business casual attire, however, it is not uncommon for patrons to dress casually or in team-branded apparel. Suites are climate-controlled and have a closet for coat storage.

Venue Bag Policy

Large and oversized bags are prohibited at Smoothie King Center. The maximum bag size is 14" x 14" x 6". Backpacks and strollers are not permitted inside the venue.

Entrances

VIP Entrances open 90 minutes prior to Pelicans' games at Smoothie King Center. Suite ticket holders should use the East VIP Entrance. Upon entry, elevators will take guests to the suite level. The remaining general admission gates will open one hour prior.

Child Ticket Policy

Children two years of age and under do not require a separate ticket for admission into the venue. Suites can provide a safe and secure environment for groups entertaining with small children.

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Pelicans Spotlight

Current NBA Season

The offseason for New Orleans was eventful, to say the least. After declining to trade star Anthony Davis before last season’s trade deadline, fortune smiled on the Pelicans, as they won the NBA Draft Lottery. With that came the right to select Duke star Zion Williamson as the No. 1 overall pick in the draft, which they obviously did. With a new budding star in the fold, Davis was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers for a king’s ransom – Lonzo Ball, Josh Hart, Brandon Ingram, the draft rights to De’Andre Hunter, two first round picks, and the right to swap first round picks in a future draft. Williamson, this group of talent, and the extra first-round draft picks set the Pelicans up for a bright future, and while it may not pay dividends this season, it will be fun to watch these guys get off the ground together.

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Past Spotlights

After a trip to the second round of the playoffs last year, the New Orleans Pelicans once again have playoff aspirations for the 2018-19 season. With 5x All-Star Anthony Davis in the mix, the sky’s the limit for the Pelicans.

The Pelicans had an interesting off-season, opting to let injured center DeMarcus Cousins walk in free agency despite trading for him less than two years ago. There is no doubt that New Orleans played their best basketball after Cousins went down with the achilles injury, which certainly played a role in the decision. Now Anthony Davis has more space to operate as a starting center with shooters and defenders surrounding him. Expect Davis to emerge as a legitimate MVP candidate, impacting the game at an elite level on both ends of the floor. Davis’ ability to create plays off the dribble, shoot mid range, finish with authority in the paint, and protect the rim defensively make him one of the game’s all-around great superstars. The new-look Pelicans create an optimal situation for Anthony Davis to thrive in.

New Orleans made one of the most underrated moves of the off-season by signing Julius Randle to a 2-year, $18 million contract. Randle should fit in nicely next to Anthony Davis in the frontcourt, providing a much needed burst of energy, playmaking, and versatility. The Pelicans also signed point guard Elfrid Payton to replace the departed Rajon Rondo.

Point guard Jrue Holiday enjoyed one of the best, if not the best, seasons of his career last year for the Pelicans. Holiday emerged as one of the best defensive guards in the league, playing a crucial role against Damian Lillard in the Pelicans first round sweep of the Portland Trail Blazers. Offensively, he averaged 19 points, 6 assists, and 5 rebounds, all while shooting 49% from the floor. If the Pelicans want to make a deep playoff run, Jrue Holiday will need to play like an All-Star.

Nikola Mirotic was a huge pickup for the Pelicans last season. His shooting and scoring ability at the power forward position helps space the floor and create room for Anthony Davis and the guards to navigate the paint. Mirotic will once again be a major asset for the Pelicans. Look for E’Twaun Moore and Solomon Hill to also play important roles on the wing for New Orleans.

A Smoothie King Arena luxury suite is the perfect environment for a business outing or for friends and family. A Smoothie King Arena suite will feature luxurious lounge and stadium seating, top of the line furnishings, HDTV's, a wet bar, a dedicated suite attendant and entry to the Arena through a VIP entrance. The Smoothie King Center will also be hosting many special events and concerts in The Big Easy this year.

Anthony Davis is one of the biggest stars in the league and while he had somewhat of a down year in 2015, he still posted one of the best stat lines of anyone in the NBA, averaging 24.3 points per game, 10.3 rebounds per game, 1.9 assists per game, 1.3 steals per game and 2.0 blocks per game. With Davis to build around these Pelicans will always be an exciting you contender. Jrue Holiday, the Pelicans point guard, leads an exciting fast-paced attack that features tons of alley-oop dunks and layups. Holiday is a former all-star and his shooting ability and defensive acumen make him a great compliment to Anthony Davis. Wing Tyreke Evans is a basket-attacking monster and is almost unstoppable when he decides to go to the rim.

In the offseason, the Pels added a couple free agents and drafted two young players they are extremely high on. New Orleans signed E’twaun Moore, Solomon Hill and Terrence Jones and each of those guys look like they will be a great fit in the Big Easy.   The two youngster that the Pelicans are so excited about are Bahamian guard Buddy Hield and Malian big man Cheick Daillo. Hield was the runner-up for the AP National Player of the Year at Oklahoma last season and will make the Pelicans very dangerous from beyond the three-point arc. Diallo on the other hand has almost no shooting range, but his sheer athleticism and effort level could make him a really good NBA player. If this Pelicans team learns how to play together despite the high turnover they should be a really exciting and high-scoring outfit that will make the Western Conference Playoffs.

A New Orleans Pelicans private luxury suite is the perfect environment for a business outing or for friends and family. A Pelicans suite will feature luxurious lounge and stadium seating, top of the line furnishings, HDTV's, a wet bar, a dedicated suite attendant and entry to the Arena through a VIP entrance. The Smoothie King Center will also be hosting many special events including Drake & Future, Maroon 5 and Keith Urban.

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