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Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City, UT
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Utah Jazz Suite Prices and Details

How much do Utah Jazz suites cost?

Utah Jazz suites range in cost from $2,500-$8,000 per game depending on opponent, day of the week and suite size. Midweek games (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday) are often more expensive than weekend games. Games against popular opponents like Golden State, Los Angeles, Houston or Milwaukee are priced... MORE

How many guests can fit in a Jazz suite?

Suites at Vivint Smart Home Arena come in several types, sizes and configurations. Most traditional private suites have a capacity of 18-32. Loge Boxes provide a small-group option for 4. Corner Lounges accommodate up to 40 guests. Skyboxes have a capacity of 20-26, however, neighboring boxes can be... MORE

Suite Levels at Vivint Smart Home Arena

Luxury Suite

18-32 Tickets
3 Parking
Catering Available


20-26 Tickets
Catering Available

Courtside Suite

12 Tickets
3 Parking
Catering Available

Corner Lounge

34-40 Tickets
6 Parking
Beverages Included

Loge Box

4 Tickets
2 Parking
Catering Available

Vivint Smart Home Arena Event Planning Guide


In-suite catering is available to purchase for all Vivint Smart Home Arena luxury suites. Suites typically will not include catering in the price of the suite. Catering is not required nor is there a catering minimum. For groups who purchase in-suite catering, SEG recommends budgeting around $100... MORE


The cost to rent a suite at Vivint Smart Home Arena depends on several factors. Most Utah Jazz (NBA) suites cost between $3,000-$7,000 depending on opponent, day of the week, and suite size. Catering expenses are optional; for groups ordering catering, budget $75-$100 per person in your group.

Club Access

Venue Bag Policy

Single-compartment drawstring bags, diaper bags and purses smaller than 14 x 14 x 6 inches are permitted inside Vivint Smart Home Arena. Computer bags, backpacks, purses and luggage are prohibited. All guests and bags are subject to search upon entry.


VIP club entrances are located on each side of the arena at the Toyota Club. Gates open 90 minutes prior to tip-off for Utah Jazz (NBA) games. Gate times for concerts and other events vary by event.

Child Ticket Policy

Children 2 years of age and under do not require a separate ticket for admission into Vivint Smart Home Arena. Suites can provide a private and secure space for groups and families entertaining with with younger children. Suites will have plenty of space to store diaper bags and strollers.

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Jazz Spotlight

Current NBA Season

The Utah Jazz are the unique smaller-market NBA team to thrive after the departure of a superstar. After Gordon Hayward left two years ago, the experts figured the Jazz would take a bit of a dip in the Western Conference. The core of Rudy Gobert, Joe Ingles, and Donovan Mitchell remains, and the addition of point guard Mike Conley this offseason may be the missing piece of the puzzle that gets the Jazz deep into the playoffs this coming spring. If head coach Quin Snyder can get increased production out of Dante Exum, look out – the Jazz could be right up there with the two Los Angeles teams and Houston on top of the conference.

The Vivint Smart Home Arena has been open nearly 30 years, making it one of the NBA’s oldest venues, but don’t let that fool you; there are plenty of premium experiences to be had in the Salt Lake City arena. Courtside Suites not only... MORE

Past Spotlights

After a trip to the second round of the playoffs last season, the Utah Jazz have their sights set on a deep playoff run this year. Most of last year’s team will return, led by the reigning Defensive Player of the Year, Rudy Gobert, and the runner up in the Rookie of the Year voting, Donovan Mitchell. 

Last year the Jazz were one of the most surprising teams in the league. After losing Gordon Hayward in free agency, the Jazz were expected to drop out of the playoff race. Thanks to the emergence of Donovan Mitchell and an elite defense, Utah didn’t miss a beat. Mitchell was truly unbelievable as a rookie, showing superstar potential right away. His ability to score at will, combined with his unselfish, team first attitude, make Mitchell one of the bright young stars in the NBA. Donovan Mitchell will be a can’t miss player in Utah for years to come.

While Mitchell carried the offense, Rudy Gobert is the anchor of the Utah defense. He finally won Defensive Player of the Year last season, an award he could have one in each of the past three seasons. As a dominant shot blocker and an excellent finisher around the rim, the Stifle Tower is undoubtedly one of the best centers in the league.

Rounding out Utah’s starting lineup, Ricky Rubio, Joe Ingles, and Derrick Favors will all play key roles for head coach Quin Snyder. Rubio had arguably his been season of his career last year, which was his first in Salt Lake City. The chemistry he developed with Mitchell, Gobert, and others helped propel the Jazz to their 48-34 record. Rubio’s ability to control the pace of the offense at the point guard position is crucial to Utah’s success. On the perimeter, Joe Ingles has quickly become a fan favorite in Utah. With a high basketball IQ and a great three point stroke, Ingles is the ultimate role player. As for Derrick Favors, his size and athleticism make him the perfect frontcourt complement alongside Rudy Gobert. 

The Jazz have some intriguing players coming off the bench. Quin Snyder is excited to see what rookie Grayson Allen can contribute on offense. Allen enjoyed a tremendous 4-year career at Duke, and it will be interesting to see how his skillset translates to the NBA. Jae Crowder, Alec Burks, and Dante Exum will also play significant roles off the bench this season.

The crowd energy at Vivint Smart Home Arena is always one of the best in the NBA. Basketball fans in Salt Lake City bring the noise night in and night out, giving the Jazz a great home court advantage.  A Vivint Smart Home Arena luxury suite comes with a private restroom, luxurious furnishings, delicious food and beverage options, HDTV's, bar-style seating and a dedicated suite attendant. Vivint Smart Home Arena suites also come with entry to the arena through a VIP entrance and access to exclusive luxury clubs. 

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