Phoenix Suns Suites

Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix, AZ
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  • Phoenix Suns vs. Utah Jazz

    Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix AZ
    from $3,750

  • Phoenix Suns vs. Los Angeles Lakers

    Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix AZ
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Phoenix Suns Suite Prices and Details

How much do Phoenix Suns suites cost?

Phoenix Suns suites cost between $3,750-$12,500 per game. Pricing depends on team performance, opponent, day of the week, and suite size. Midweek games and games versus marquee opponents will be priced at a premium. Weekend games generally offer more affordable suite rental prices.

How many guests can fit in a Suns suite?

Phoenix Suns suite rentals at Talking Stick Resort Arena typically have a capacity of 12-20. Suites will come with a base quantity of tickets with the option to purchase additional tickets, if needed. The arena also offers a party space that can accommodate a group of 80+.

Suite Levels at Talking Stick Resort Arena

A-Level Executive Suite

12 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

B-Level Executive Suite

12 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

Talking Stick Resort Arena Event Planning Guide

Catering

In-suite catering is available to purchase for all luxury suite rentals at Talking Stick Resort Arena. Suite level catering is provided by Levy Restaurants. Following your suite reservation, Suite Experience Group will provide your group with a copy of the suites menu and assist with coordinating... MORE

Parking and Transportation

Executive Suites come with an allocation of VIP parking passes valid in the TSRA Garage, a five-story garage connected to the arena (entrance at 1st Street and Madison St.). A second garage, Jefferson Street Garage, is also a good option for TSRA guests. The arena is easily accessible via the METRO... MORE

Budget

Suite prices at Talking Stick Resort Arena vary by event. For Phoenix Suns (NBA) basketball games, suites cost, on average, $4,500. Depending on availability and demand, premium games can cost up to $10,000. In-suite catering is not included in the purchase price. Concert suite prices vary widely... MORE

Dress Code

There is no dress code for Suite Level at Talking Stick Resort Arena. Corporate groups typically dress in business casual attire; however, it is more common to see suite patrons in casual clothing or team-branded apparel. Suites are climate-controlled and feature a closet for coat storage.

Venue Bag Policy

Backpacks, coolers, and other large bags are not permitted inside Talking Stick Resort Arena. Single-compartment drawstring bags, small purses, diaper bags, and other soft-side bags under 14"x14"x6" are permitted after being subject to inspection. Strollers are permitted on suite level.

Entrances

Suite ticket holders can enter the arena 90 minutes prior to tip-off. Upon entry, guests can use the escalators in the Pavilion to access Suite Level A and Suite Level B.

Child Ticket Policy

Children 3 years of age and under do not require a separate ticket for admission to Phoenix Suns (NBA) games and most other events. Select special events will require all guests regardless of age to have a ticket. Suites can provide a great environment for families entertaining younger children.

Additional Questions?

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Suns Spotlight

Current NBA Season

After a rough 2018-19 campaign, things are looking up in the desert. The Suns had a notable offseason, first hiring head coach Igor Kokoskov, and then selecting Deandre Ayton with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft. The Suns also ended up with Mikal Bridges and Elio Okobo when all the dust settled on draft night. Other new players include veterans Trevor Ariza, Devin Booker, and Ryan Anderson.

The Suns are still working on where everyone will fit, so it will be fun to watch all this talent figure out how to work best with each other. The Western Conference is deep, but it feels like the Suns now have an identity.

The Talking Stick Resort Arena has just about every premium option that you can imagine. Start on the floor at the Pacific Office Automation Courtside Club. Besides comfortable luxury seats on the arena floor, you get access to all-inclusive food and... MORE

Past Spotlights

There is a new wave of excitement surrounding the Phoenix Suns this year. With new head coach Igor Kokoskov, first overall pick DeAndre Ayton, and star player Devin Booker locked up long term, a bright future is coming together in Phoenix. 

Devin Booker has quickly emerged as one of the best players in the NBA. Despite being just 22 years old, Booker has such a natural scoring ability and smooth shooting stroke. His progress has been remarkable, and Booker is now ready to take the next step as the leader of this team. After signing a 5-year, $158 million extension in the summer, Devin Booker is a Phoenix Sun for the long haul.

First overall pick DeAndre Ayton has fans buzzing in the desert. At 7-1, Ayton is a physical beast who knows how to use his size around the rim. He dominates the paint on offense, defense, and on the glass. With Booker and Ayton in Phoenix for the foreseeable future, there are plenty of reasons to be excited about the future of this team.

Josh Jackson is the third piece to the puzzle that the Suns hope can turn into a star. Jackson’s rookie performance may have gotten overshadowed by other rookies, but he still enjoyed a tremendous year in which he showed a ton of potential. Jackson showed flashes of his elite defensive skill, in addition to averaging over 13 points per game.

The Suns were aggressive in the off-season in their attempt to add versatile veterans to the roster. Trevor Ariza signed with the team on a 1-year, $15 million deal, bringing a strong veteran presence to the locker room. Coming over from the Houston Rockets, Ariza is a plus defender who can space the floor on offense.

Players like T.J. Warren, Ryan Anderson, Tyler Ulis, and Mikal Bridges will likely get some time in the rotation to support the core players. Warren is an underrated scorer who averaged nearly 20 points per game last year - expect T.J. Warren to gain the attention of pundits around the league in 2018-19.

Watching a Phoenix Suns game from a luxury suite at Talking Stick Resort Arena is a bucket list experience.  A luxury suite is the perfect environment to host a client event or celebrate with friends and family.  A Talking Stick Resort Arena luxury suite comes with HDTV's, luxurious furnishings, comfortable seating, customizable food options, a private restroom, and a dedicated suite attendant. Luxury box tickets will also give owners entry to the stadium through exclusive entrances and access to private clubs in the arena.

The Phoenix Suns have three of the most exciting guards in the NBA in Devin Booker, Eric Bledsoe, and Brandon Knight. Booker burst onto the scene as a rookie last season averaging 13.8 points per game, 2.5 rebounds per game and 2.6 assists per game. The Kentucky product’s shooting and ball-handling skills earned him a spot on the All-Rookie team. Eric Bledsoe is an athletic guard that has learned to harness his speed and strength; he's a highlight reel player with a flare for fast breaks and dunks. Brandon Knight is another high-scoring guard on this Phoenix team. Knight is an elite shooter in the same tier as Stephen Curry or Damian Lillard. To compliment their three dynamic guards, the Suns have 7’ 1” center Alex Len out of Maryland. Len has developed into a very well-rounded player with a respectable jump shot and a great feel for the game.

In the offseason, the Suns brought back a couple of fan-favorites in forward Jared Dudley and guard Leandro Barbosa. Dudley is a sweet-shooting forward who will bring playoff experience and veteran leadership to a very young team. Barbosa, the “Brazilian Blur”, is an extremely fast guard who had his best years with the Suns from ‘03-‘10. In the draft, the Suns acquired Kentucky point guard Tyler Ulis, Croatian big man Dragan Bender, and Washington Huskies power forward Marquese Chriss. With all the young talent on this team, it should be an exciting year filled with many high-scoring and fast-paced games.

Watching a Suns game from a luxury suite at Talking Stick Resort Arena is a bucket list experience.  A luxury suite is the perfect environment to host a client event or celebrate with friends and family.  A Phoenix Suns box comes with HDTV's, luxurious furnishings, comfortable seating, customizable food options, a private restroom, and a dedicated suite attendant.  Skybox tickets will also give owners entry to the stadium through exclusive entrances and access to private clubs in the arena.  Talking Stick Resort Arena will also be hosting special events like Demi Lovato, Nick Jonas and Keith Urban concerts.