Toronto Raptors Suites

Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, ON

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Upcoming Events

  • Toronto Raptors vs. Los Angeles Clippers

    Scotiabank Arena, Toronto ON
    2 Suites Available
    From $7,500 to $9,333
    from $7,500

  • Toronto Raptors vs. Brooklyn Nets

    Scotiabank Arena, Toronto ON
    6 Suites Available
    From $4,000 to $10,000
    from $4,000

  • Toronto Raptors vs. Cleveland Cavaliers

    Scotiabank Arena, Toronto ON
    2 Suites Available
    From $4,000 to $6,000
    from $4,000

  • Toronto Raptors vs. Washington Wizards

    Scotiabank Arena, Toronto ON
    3 Suites Available
    From $4,000 to $6,503
    from $4,000

  • Toronto Raptors vs. Dallas Mavericks

    Scotiabank Arena, Toronto ON
    2 Suites Available
    From $6,000 to $8,000
    from $6,000

  • Toronto Raptors vs. Boston Celtics

    Scotiabank Arena, Toronto ON
    5 Suites Available
    From $4,500 to $11,994
    from $4,500

  • Toronto Raptors vs. Oklahoma City Thunder

    Scotiabank Arena, Toronto ON
    3 Suites Available
    From $3,876 to $6,000
    from $3,876

  • Toronto Raptors vs. Cleveland Cavaliers

    Scotiabank Arena, Toronto ON
    7 Suites Available
    From $4,000 to $10,403
    from $4,000

  • Toronto Raptors vs. Portland Trail Blazers

    Scotiabank Arena, Toronto ON
    4 Suites Available
    From $4,500 to $10,100
    from $4,500

  • Toronto Raptors vs. San Antonio Spurs

    Scotiabank Arena, Toronto ON
    6 Suites Available
    From $4,000 to $10,403
    from $4,000

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Toronto Raptors Suite Prices

How much do Toronto Raptors suites cost?

Toronto Raptors luxury suites will range in price from $4,500-$10,000 (USD) depending on opponent, day of the week, and suite level/size/location. Weekday games and popular opponents will be priced at a premium. In general, Raptors suites are more affordable than Maple Leafs suites.

Suite Levels at Scotiabank Arena

Executive Suite

12 Tickets
20 Capacity

Loge Suite

12 Tickets
20 Capacity

Theatre Suite

8 Tickets
12 Capacity

Scotiabank Arena Event Planning Guide

In this section we’ve compiled key considerations for planning your next group event in a suite at Scotiabank Arena:

GROUP SIZE AND NUMBER OF ATTENDEES IN A SUITE

Scotiabank Arena suites vary in size and seating configuration. Most suites will accommodate 12-20 guests. Executive Suites (200-Level) and Loge Suites (400-Level) typically feature 12 stadium-style seats on a private open air balcony in addition to barstool seating at high top tables in the suite. Theatre Suites, located on the 500- and 600-Level, are best for smaller groups. Theatre Suites comfortably accommodate 8-12 guests. 

BUDGET FOR A SUITE PURCHASE

Private suite rentals at Scotiabank Arena will typically cost $4,500-$18,000 depending on event. Toronto Maple Leafs (NHL) suite rentals suites cost between $6,000-$18,000 while Toronto Raptors (NBA) suite rentals cost between $4,500-$12,000 (all prices in USD). Suite pricing will vary based on opponent, suite level, suite size and suite location. 

SCOTIABANK ARENA SUITE CATERING

In-suite catering at Scotiabank Arena is...

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Raptors Spotlight

Current NBA Season

The defending NBA champions return most of the cast that took down the Golden State Warriors in six games last June, but minus one big name. Kawhi Leonard won a title in his only season in Jurassic Park, but he’s now out west and playing for the Los Angeles Clippers. The Raptors, however, still have enough to be highly competitive in the Eastern Conference. Pascal Siakam, Kyle Lowry, Marc Gasol, and Serge Ibaka all return as the core four. Head coach Nick Nurse proved his managerial chops during the playoffs last year, and general manager Masai Ujiri made the moves to get the team to unprecedented heights last season, so he’s fully capable of doing it again if a move needs to be made.

At Scotiabank Arena, suites are available in both the mid-level and upper reaches of the arena. The 200 level features 64 executive suites, and the crown jewel is the Mastercard World... MORE

Past Spotlights

The new-look Toronto Raptors will look to take the next step in 2018-19, hoping to get over the hump and make a deep playoff run. The Raptors led the East with 59 wins last year, but their season fell short with a familiar ending - losing to LeBron James in the playoffs. Even with LeBron James moving to the Western Conference, the Raptors shook up their roster to add more firepower on the court and on the sidelines. 

In a trade that shocked the rest of the NBA world, the Toronto Raptors acquired 2x Defensive Player of the Year Kawhi Leonard from the San Antonio Spurs. In exchange for Leonard and sharpshooter Danny Green, the Raptors parted ways with franchise cornerstone DeMar DeRozan, as well as Jakob Poeltl and a first round pick. With his smooth scoring ability and elite defense, Leonard is undoubtedly one of the best players in the league when healthy. Despite mixed reviews following the trade, upgrading from DeMar Derozan to Kawhi Leonard should pay off in a big way for the Raptors this season. With Leonard’s upcoming free agency next summer, every Raptors home game will be another crucial step towards convincing Leonard that Toronto is his home for the future. There will be no shortage of drama up north this year.

Before the Raptors shook up the roster by trading for Kawhi Leonard, the team replaced Dwane Case with Nick Nurse as head coach. Nurse was previously an assistant coach with the Raptors since 2013. With high expectations, Nurse will need to turn this team into a legitimate championship contender from day one, in additional to playing a major role in the year-long recruitment effort of Kawhi Leonard.

Kawhi Leonard and his former Spurs teammate Danny Green are both penciled in to start, along with Kyle Lowry, Serge Ibaka, and Jonas Valanciunas. Kyle Lowry has been an All-Star four straight seasons, a streak he will look to continue in 2018-19. His elite shooting and playmaking make him one of the premier point guards in the NBA. With the additions of Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green on the perimeter, Lowry should have more room to operate and create plays in the paint. Sixth Man of the Year candidate Fred VanVleet quickly became a fan favorite last season, and he should play a major role once again this season.

Enjoy Toronto Raptors basketball in The Six all year long at the newly re-named Scotiabank Arena. Toronto Raptors luxury suites include HDTVs, upscale furnishings, deluxe catering, and excellent views of the floor. Maybe Drake will even take a night off from his courtside seats and watch the game from a suite near yours!

The Toronto Raptors have quietly established themselves as one of the elite teams in the NBA’s Eastern Conference. Coming off their fourth straight playoff berth, the Raptors will look to advance past the conference semifinals in 2018. The Raptors are lead by All-Stars DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry. DeRozan and Lowry provide a formidable 1-2 punch; DeRozan is an excellent slasher and mid-range player while Lowry runs the point and is a lethal outside shooter. The Raptors have surrounded DeRozan and Lowry with capable NBA veterans like Serge Ibaka, Delon Wright and Jonas Valanciunas. The Raptors are an experienced playoff team and don’t be surprised if 2018 is the year that Toronto finally crashes into the NBA Finals.

The Air Canada Centre is an exciting venue to watch the NBA. Toronto Raptors suites can accommodate 12-24 people depending on suite level. Inside ACC suites, guests will have Wi-Fi, HDTVs, comfortable lounge seating (both inside and outside of the suite) along with a dedicated suite attendant. Premium in-suite catering can be purchased.

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