Washington Wizards Suites

Capital One Arena, Washington, DC

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  • Washington Wizards vs. Orlando Magic

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  • Washington Wizards vs. Portland Trail Blazers

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  • Washington Wizards vs. Denver Nuggets

    Capital One Arena, Washington DC
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  • Washington Wizards vs. Boston Celtics

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  • Washington Wizards vs. Atlanta Hawks

    Capital One Arena, Washington DC
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  • Washington Wizards vs. Utah Jazz

    Capital One Arena, Washington DC
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    From $2,182 to $3,262
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  • Washington Wizards vs. Detroit Pistons

    Capital One Arena, Washington DC
    2 Suites Available
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Washington Wizards Suite Prices

How much do Washington Wizards suites cost?

Washington Wizards private suite rentals range in price from $2,250-$4,000. Suite pricing will vary based on opponent, day of the week, and suite size/level/location.

Suite Levels at Capital One Arena

Lexus Level Suite

18 Tickets
2 Parking

Lower Level Suite

12 Tickets
20 Capacity
2 Parking

Kettler Loft Level Suite

24 Tickets
28 Capacity
2 Parking

Capital One Arena Event Planning Guide

Suite Experience Group helps customers plan corporate and personal events in luxury suites at Capital One Arena. In this section we’ve compiled considerations when planning your next group event at Capital One Arena.


Capital One Arena has three suite levels featuring a variety of suite sizes and configurations. The largest suite level is the Lexus Suite Level. Most suites on the Lexus Level will accommodate groups of 18. Kettler Loft Level Suites (2nd Level) are generally larger in size. Loft Suites will accommodate groups of 24-28. Lower Level Suites are similar in size to Lexus Level suites; these suites will accommodate groups of 12-18. 


Private luxury box rentals at the Capital One Arena will vary widely in price depending on event. The average price range for NHL and NBA suite rentals is $2,500-$4,500. Prices will vary based on opponent, day of the week, and suite level/size/location. Washington Capitals (NHL) suites are, on average, slightly more expensive than Washington Wizards (NBA) suites. Capital One Arena is also...


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Wizards Spotlight

Current NBA Season

The Washington Wizards are primed for a bounce-back season after missing the playoffs a season ago. Despite the injury to John Wall, Bradley Beal is always a sure-thing, and rookie Rui Hachimura showed promise in the NBA Summer League and the FIBA World Cup. On defense, Thomas Bryant will become a focal point as he looks to log significant minutes at center. One of the key questions for the Wiz will be if Isaiah Thomas can overcome injuries and return to form. He’s dealt with a balky hip over the past few years and will start the season a little later after undergoing surgery to repair a thumb ligament in September.

The Wizards’ home arena, the Capital One Arena, has made headlines nationwide as the first sporting venue that will host in-game sports wagering. There are still hurdles to clear before the sportsbook can open, but you can expect it sometime in... MORE

Past Spotlights

The Washington Wizards will look to emerge as a top team in the Eastern Conference after a disappointing 2017-18 season. John Wall and Bradley Beal remain one of the best backcourt duos in the NBA, and now they’ll have a new big man to catch lobs and run the pick and roll - Dwight Howard. 

John Wall is one of the most exciting stars in the NBA. His flashy passes, elite ball handling, and lockdown defense make Wall a pleasure to watch. Where John Wall truly excels is in transition, wearing down defenses and making the crowd jump off its feet. Bradley Beal is coming off an All-Star season in which he carried the team for much of the year while Wall nursed an injury. Beal’s smooth shooting stroke and improved driving ability make him an elite scoring guard for the Wizards. The dynamic playmaking of Wall and shooting of Beal is what defines the Wizards.

Forward Otto Porter Jr. has taken significant strides every year, which he plans to continue entering his 6th professional season. Porter’s slashing ability and incredible efficiency is what separates him from other small forwards. Last year he shot over 50% from the field and over 44% from three point range. Markieff Morris and Kelly Oubre Jr. are also key contributors at the forward position for head coach Scott Brooks.

The Wizards off-season was mainly defined by two crucial moves. First, Washington traded center Marcin Gortat to the Clippers for Austin Rivers. Rivers is coming off a surprisingly solid season in which he scored over 15 points a game. He will be a great backup to Wall and Beal at both guard positions, serving as a credible option in case either of them gets hurt. To replace Gortat, the Wizards signed future Hall of Famer Dwight Howard. Washington needs Howard to put his character issues behind him and focus on helping the Wizards win by doing what he does best - interior defense, rebounding, and finishing off the pick and roll. If the chemistry with Wall and Beal is there, the addition of Dwight Howard could prove huge for the Wizards in 2018-19.

Watch John Wall, Bradley Beal, Dwight Howard, and the rest of the Washington Wizards live from a Capital One Arena luxury suite. With Lower Level suites, Lexus Level suites, and Club Level suites, there are plenty of options to choose from. Capital One Arena suites include HDTVs, upscale furnishings, and excellent views of the court. Whether treating business clients, government officials, or simply family and friends, Capital One Arena suites are the best way to watch the Washington Wizards.

While Washington Wizards won’t be moving into a new home, it will be getting a new name. What was the Verizon Center is now called the Capital One Arena. Whether you have a small or large group, the Capital One Arena offers a couple of suite options that may suit you well. The 300 Level suites will include 18 tickets, while the 200 level suites can hold up to 28 guests. Wizards suites can be fully catered in advance to your event at an additional cost. Guests will receive private entry into the Capital One Arena and have exclusive access to VIP Clubs inside. Suite amenities will include premium fixed seating on the suite balcony, multiple HDTVs to view the Wizards and a suite attendant to assist your group on game day.

The Wizards are led by John Wall, Bradley Beal and Otto Porter Jr. The Wizards made sure Wall is going to be a fixture in their organization for years to come as they agreed to a massive 4-year extension. The Eastern Conference will be up for grabs and the Wizards will be in the mix once again. Head coach Scott Brooks will lean on his core players a lot but he has plenty of depth in Markieff Morris, Marcin Gortat and Kelly Oubre.