Orlando Magic Suites

Amway Center, Orlando, FL

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  • Marc Anthony (Rescheduled from 3/8 & 04/02)

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  • Jimmy Buffett (Rescheduled from 12/07/19)

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Orlando Magic Suite Prices

How much do Orlando Magic suites cost?

Fully private suites for Orlando Magic games typically range in price from $2,000 - $4,500. Suite prices will vary based on opponent, day of the week, and suite location. Suite pricing for concerts and other events at the Amway Center will vary widely based on the type of event.

Suite Levels at Amway Center

Founders Suite

16 Tickets
0-2 Parking
Catering Available

Presidents Suite

16 Tickets
0-2 Parking
Catering Available

Amway Center Event Planning Guide

Catering

Levy Restaurants is the catering provider for all suites at Amway Center. The menu features a number of food and beverage options; from fan favorites to local Florida fare. The typical Suite Experience Group buyer will spend anywhere between $75-$150 per person on in-suite catering.

Parking and Transportation

Most suites will include a couple of parking passes with your suite purchase however should you need additional parking passes you can buy parking in advance either through Ticketmaster.com or the Amway Center box office to reserve a spot in the GEICO Garage located off 400 West South Street.

Budget

Suites for Orlando Magic home games will typically range in price from $2,000 - $4,500. Suite prices fluctuate based largely on match-up, day of game, and the team’s performance. Suite prices for concerts and other events at Amway Center will vary depending on artist popularity and event demand.

Club Access

There are a couple of exclusive clubs and restaurants in Amway Center only accessible to those with suite tickets. Depending on which suite you reserve you will have access to one or both of these exclusive spaces within the arena:

Dress Code

Dress code in the suite will totally depend on the purpose of the event. If your group is hosting clients in the suite SEG recommends wearing business casual attire. However, it is not unusual to find guests donning jerseys of their favorite team or player inside the suite as well.

Business Amenities

There are a number of different event spaces and conference facilities located within Amway Center. If you are looking to host a client meeting or a special event, Amway Center is sure to have a signature space for your specific need.

Venue Bag Policy

Bags larger than 14”x14”x6” are not prohibited into Amway Center.

Entrances

Suite ticket holders will use one of the arenas VIP Elevators to access the suite level concourse.

Child Ticket Policy

Children less than 36” tall do not need a ticket for Orlando Magic home games, provided they sit on an adults lap. For Disney on Ice children under 2 years old do not require a ticket. To find out the child ticket policy for other events at Amway Center call 407-440-7900.

Additional Questions?

Please view our Frequently Asked Questions or Contact Us.

We are always happy to assist you.

Magic Spotlight

Current NBA Season

After many lean years and several head coaches, the Magic finally returned to the playoffs in 2018-19 under first-year head coach Steve Clifford. It was the first postseason appearance since the Dwight Howard/Stan Van Gundy era. Most of that core returns, anchored by the signing of All-Star Nikola Vucevic to a four-year, $100 million deal during the offseason. That deal followed Aaron Gordon’s last offseason, and the team took a chance on former No. 1 overall pick Markelle Fultz, hoping he can overcome the injuries that plagued his time in Philadelphia. The Magic also have young forwards in their last three first round picks – Mo Bamba, Jonathan Isaac, and Chuma Okeke.

The Amway Center has been around for close to a decade, but it still features plenty of premium seating options.

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Past Spotlights

If all goes right, it isn’t out of the question for the Orlando Magic to compete for one of the final playoff spots in the Eastern Conference this season. Led by new head coach Steve Clifford and franchise player Aaron Gordon, the Magic will be fun to watch all year.

Former fourth overall pick Aaron Gordon made major strides on both ends of the floor last season. Still just 23 years old, Gordon improved his stats across the board, and most importantly, he developed a consistent three point shot. In the summer the Magic extended Gordon to a 4-year, $80 million contract, leaving no questions that he is their franchise player moving forward. His exciting style of play from above the rim and beyond the arc bring a jolt of energy to the court at Amway Center.

Another player who is a key part of Orlando’s future plans is rookie Mo Bamba. The Magic selected Bamba sixth overall after he spent one year at the University of Texas. At 7’0” with an absurd 7’10” wingspan, Mo Bamba is a freak athlete. He is a dominant rim protector who has shown flashes of elite offensive skill, should he put all of his tools together. Expect the progression of Mo Bamba, especially his perimeter shooting, to be a key storyline following the Magic this season. 

Even though there is plenty to be excited about with Mo Bamba, he starts the season coming off the bench behind Nikola Vucevic. Vucevic is consistently one of the most skilled big men in the league who often slips under the radar around the NBA. His veteran leadership will be essential to Orlando’s success.

Rounding out the starting lineup is Evan Fournier, D.J. Augustin, and Jonathon Simmons. Fournier has established himself as one of the league’s better shooting guards and someone the Magic can rely on down the stretch in close games. Simmons enjoyed a solid season in his first year in Orlando, averaging 14 points with great defense in nearly 30 minutes per game. 

The Orlando Magic will be an exciting team to watch this season, and you can experience the action from a private luxury suite on a game-by-game basis. An Amway Center suite is the perfect outing for any occasion, whether it’s for business or pleasure. Magic fans will get exclusive access to the suite concourse and private VIP entry into the arena. Amway Center luxury suites feature HDTVs, extra wide plush theater seats, interior lounge area, premium in-suite catering options, and a dedicated suite attendant.

After a flurry of offseason activity, the Orlando Magic have added veteran talent to their young core and look like a legitimate contender in the East. Despite the added veteran talent, this team is built around their young core of Aaron Gordon, Elfrid Payton, Evan Fournier and Nikola Vucevic. Aaron Gordon is a high-flying forward who excels at running the floor and finishing around the rim. Gordon, an Arizona product, finished second in the dunk contest last season and is a sure bet to pull off at least one highlight reel dunk per game. Elfrid Payton is the Magic’s floor general and on the court head coach with a penchant for pulling off tricky behind the back or no look passes. When Payton is fully engaged he runs his team at a fast pace looking to create as many easy baskets as possible similar to Magic Johnson. The first of the Magic’s two outstanding Europeans is French wing Evan Fournier. Fournier broke out last year and had his best season yet, finishing with 15.4 points per game, 2.8 rebounds per game and 2.7 assists per game. The final foundational piece for the Magic is Montenegrin big man Nikola Vucevic. Vucevic has been by far the most consistent scorer for the Magic over the past couple seasons and once again had an excellent year last season scoring 18.2 points per game while pulling down 8.9 rebounds per game.

In the offseason, they traded for forwards, Serge Ibaka and Jeff Green, as well as center Bismack Biyombo. Each of Orlando’s incoming players has playoff experience and brings a winning pedigree to a team that is looking to put it all together for a playoff push. Ibaka and Biyombo are monster rim protectors and finishers who have been vital contributors on teams that have made deep playoff runs. Green is an electric athlete with a swiss-army knife skill-set who should fit in perfectly with the young core of the Magic. If the talent meshes together like it should, this Magic team will likely be a playoff team and playing meaningful games at the end of the year.

The Orlando Magic will be an exciting team to watch this season and you can experience the action from a private luxury suite on a game-by-game basis. A Magic suite is the perfect outing for any occasion whether it’s for business or pleasure. Magic fans will get exclusive access to the suite concourse and private VIP entry into the arena. Amway Center luxury boxes feature HDTVs, extra wide plush theater seats, interior lounge area, premium in-suite catering options and a dedicated suite attendant.

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