Sacramento Kings Suites

Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, CA
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Sacramento Kings Suite Prices and Details

How much do Sacramento Kings suites cost?

Sacramento Kings suites at Golden 1 Center range in cost from $1,000-$15,000+ depending on suite size/type, team performance, opponent and day of the week. On average, a private suite rental will cost $4,500. Mid-week games are priced at a premium as are games against marquee opponents. Some suites... MORE

How many guests can fit in a Kings suite?

The premium spaces at Golden 1 Center come in several sizes and configurations. Traditional Luxury Suites have a capacity of 17-32. Loft Suites typically fit 8-10. Balcony Boxes accommodate smaller groups (max of 4), while the Party Suites have a capacity of 54. Suites come with a base quantity of... MORE

Suite Levels at Golden 1 Center

Balcony Box

4 Tickets
2 Parking
Food & Beverage Included

Bridge Loft

8 Tickets
2 Parking
Food & Beverage Included

Party Suite

54 Tickets
10 Parking
Food & Beverage Included

Loft Suite

8 Tickets
2 Parking
Food & Beverage Included

Luxury Suite

17 Tickets
5 Parking
Food & Beverage Included

Golden 1 Center Event Planning Guide

Catering

In-suite catering is available for all suites at Golden 1 Center. Most Suite, Loft and Balcony Box rentals include a farm to fork food & beverage package (not including alcohol). Additional items can be purchased a-la-carte from the catering menu or from your suite attendant during the event.

Parking and Transportation

Parking passes will be provided in the West Garage (325 L St.) in Downtown Sacramento, less than a five minute walk to the exclusive Premium Entrance on L & 6th St. Rideshare options are also available with pickup and drop off locations adjacent to Golden 1 Center. Light Rail service is available... MORE

Budget

Payment for Suites or Lofts for Kings games or secondary events will be due in full at the time of purchase. If catering is not included, it's best to budget around $100 per person for food and alcohol. Other items you may need to pay at your event will be parking and merchandise.

Club Access

Those in a suite have exclusive access to 5 private bars. Cask and Alchemy are private lounges segregated off the main suite level. The Elms Bar boasts two locations with full service bars and casual seating for guests. Finally, the Croft Lounge. Croft features a rustic design and full bar.

Dress Code

Guests of the suites, lofts and balcony boxes at Golden 1 Center enjoy the flexibility to wear the attire of their choosing. For corporate events, dress is typically business casual. For personal events, suite guests tend to dress more casually. When in doubt, ask the host of your suite.

Venue Bag Policy

All bags larger than 16" x 16" x 8” (i.e. purses, suitcases, beach bags, etc.) are prohibited. Bags deemed and accepted as medical bags must be searched and tagged by a security supervisor. Golden 1 Center suites and lofts have a coat closet to store any bags or winter jackets during the event.

Entrances

Gates open 1.5 hours before tip-off for Kings games. Golden 1 Center has one Premium entrance for suite, loft and balcony box guests. The Premium entrance is located at the corner of L & 6th St. The Premium entrances will allow for expedited access to your suite, loft or balcony box.

Child Ticket Policy

Children under twenty-four months of age are admitted free of charge in Golden 1 Center. That's provided they sit on an adult’s lap. Any child 2 or older will need a separate ticket. Strollers can be left at Guest Services Station near Section 109 on Plaza Level and Section 207 on Bridge Level.

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Kings Spotlight

Current NBA Season

The Kings are showing some promise after some upward mobility in the Western Conference last season. Sacramento contended for much of the 2018-19 campaign, before falling one spot short of the playoffs. The 39-43 record was still their top finish this decade, so there’s optimism for 2019-20.

De’Andre Fox averaged 17.3 points per game and 7.3 assists per game in his second year running the point. Buddy Hield also returns after pouring in more than 20 points per game last season, while Marvin Bagley III is also expected to take a jump to the next level. The Kings’ young core may give fits to some of the more experienced, star-laden teams in the West.

See how the Kings deal with increased expectations first-hand at the Golden 1 Center, which is entering its fourth year of operation. The arena has a variety of suites, lofts, and clubs for whatever kind of... MORE

Past Spotlights

The Sacramento Kings enter the 2018-19 season with a new wave of optimism. The youth movement is real in Sacramento, led by rookie Marvin Bagley III.

Throughout the entire Kings roster two things are consistent: youth and athleticism. In the backcourt the Kings are led by second year point guard De’Aaron Fox. The electric lefty can blow by anyone off the dribble and has a soft touch around the rim. Fox showed tremendous potential in his rookie season, averaging just shy of 12 points and 5 assists per game. The former fifth overall pick will look to continue his development as a player and a leader, despite being just 20 years old. Fox is joined by sharpshooter Buddy Hield in the backcourt. Hield has enjoyed great success in Sacramento, shooting 43% from downtown as a King. This season will be huge for the development of both young guards.

At small forward the Kings have a pair of lengthy, talented second year players. Bogdan Bogdanovic enjoyed a very good rookie season last season, a year in which he earned All-Rookie Second Team honors and was named the Rising Stars Challenge MVP. The Kings have high hopes for their Serbian swingman in 2018-19. Former UNC Tar Heel and national champion Justin Jackson will also get minutes behind Bogdanovic. He too will look to build off his rookie season in year two.  

All of the attention will be on Marvin Bagley III this season. The former Duke star heads to Sacramento after the Kings used the second overall pick to draft him. He is a tremendous athlete who can find so many ways to score. Like Fox, Bagley is an athletic lefty who loves to run the floor. The Kings are hoping Bagley turns into the superstar they so desperately need. In addition to Bagley, another big man from Duke will be entering his rookie season with the Kings - Harry Giles. Giles was a first round draft pick in 2017, but he missed all of last season due to injury. The Kings fully expect to have two of the top contenders for Rookie of the Year in 2018-19.

Rounding out the frontcourt are Willie Cauley-Stein and Zach Randolph. Cauley-Stein made major strides last season, boosting his stats to 13 points and 7 rebounds per game. As for Zach Randolph, what can’t this man do? At age 37, Z-Bo has completely reformed his game and was a consistent contributor for this young Kings team. He averaged 15 points, 7 rebounds, and even started making one three pointer a game. On a team filled with young, inexperienced players, it’s nice to see Zach Randolph carve out a role like he has.

Golden 1 Center suites are some of the finest in the NBA, offering an ideal space to entertain clients or friends and family. Golden 1 Center luxury suites come with customizable catering options, comfortable lounge and stadium-style seating, a private restroom, a wet bar, and HDTVs. Suite tickets will also provide owners with access to VIP clubs inside the stadium and entry to the arena through a private entrance.  

After 30 years in Sleep Train Arena, the Sacramento Kings have moved to a brand new arena; The Golden 1 Center. The Golden 1 Center is one of the most technologically advanced and environmentally friendly arenas in the league. It is 100% solar-powered and even has its own mobile app to navigate bathroom lines and concession stands. On the court, forward DeMarcus Cousins is undoubedtly the center-piece of this Kings team. He is, perhaps, the best center in the NBA. Last season, Cousins averaged career-highs of 26.9 points per game, 11.5 rebounds per game and 1.4 blocks per game. Cousins even added a 3-point shot to his already wide-ranging repertoire. New head coach Dave Joerger should be thrilled to be able to work with an elite talent like Cousins. Also returning are wings Rudy Gay and Ben McLemore who provide shooting and playmaking ability. Center Willie Cauley-Stein showed tremendous promise last season as a rim-running and defensive minded big man. Cauley-Stein dunked practically everything in sight and showed the ability to defend almost any position.

In the offseason, the Kings brought in point guard Ty Lawson and shooting guard Arron Afflalo. Lawson should be a quality backup point guard who will stabilize the second unit while Afflalo will be a quality defender and shooter off the bench. In the draft, Sacramento acquired wing Malachi Richardson, center Georgios Papagiannis and power forward Skal Labissiere. If each of those youngsters develops the way the Kings hope they will, they should be excellent NBA players. 

Suites at the Golden 1 Center are some of the finest in the NBA offering an ideal space to entertain clients or friends and family. Boxes at the Golden 1 Center come with customizable catering options, comfortable lounge and stadium-style seating, a private restroom, a wet bar, and HDTVs. Suite tickets will also provide owners with access to VIP clubs inside the stadium and entry to the arena through a private entrance.  The Golden 1 Center will also Mana, Jimmy Buffett and Maroon 5 concerts as well.

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