This Washington Wizards luxury suite will include 18 tickets. Guests will enter the Verizon Center through a VIP private entrance. First class amenities include 2 VIP... MORE
This Washington Wizards luxury suite will include 18 tickets. Guests will enter the Verizon Center through a VIP private entrance. First class amenities include 2 VIP parking passes, fully furnished interior, theater-style seats, two HDTVs, full wet bar, private restroom and early entry and late exit privileges. Lexus Level suites are going to be located on the third level.
Lower Level Suite
Lower Level Suites are the closest suites to the court, and offer amazing views of the action. They feature the finest amenities including leather theater seats, upscale... MORE
Lower Level Suites are the closest suites to the court, and offer amazing views of the action. They feature the finest amenities including leather theater seats, upscale furniture, and your private bar table overlooking the stadium.
Club Level Suite
Club Level suites for a Wizards game will include 28 tickets. These are going to be the largest suites at the Verizon Center. Guests will enter the Verizon Center through... MORE
Club Level suites for a Wizards game will include 28 tickets. These are going to be the largest suites at the Verizon Center. Guests will enter the Verizon Center through a VIP private entrance. First class amenities include fully furnished interior, theater-style seats, two HDTVs, full wet bar, private restroom and early entry and late exit privileges.
Prices typically range from $2,250 -$4,500 for Washington Wizards suites. Prices for Wizards suites will vary based on day of game, opponent, and the location of the suite. Suites for the Wizards are on three different suite levels at the Verizon Center. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at the Verizon Center can vary widely based on the type of event.
The Washington Wizards finished with exactly 41 wins and 41 losses in 2015 and missed out on the playoffs for the first time in a couple years. Despite narrowly missing out on the playoffs last year, there is tons of optimism in Washington, D.C. for this upcoming season. In the offseason the Wizards resigned rising young star Bradley Beal to five-year $127 million dollar contract, keeping him in Washington for many years to come. Beal had the best year of his career last season as he averaged 17.4 points per game, 3.4 rebounds per game and 2.9 assists per game. Beal’s backcourt partner is three-time All-Star John Wall. Wall is perhaps the fastest player and has a penchant for making fancy and extremely difficult plays. Thanks to his tremendous athletic ability he had by far the best season of his career as he averaged a double-double with 19.9 points and 10.2 assists. The main beneficiaries of Wall’s excellent passing were center Marcin Gortat and forward Markieff Morris. Gortat affectionately dubbed the “Polish Hammer”, has seen his career liftoff since he has joined the Wizards. A skilled operator in the post and tough enforcer on the interior Gortat barely missed out on averaging a double-double himself as he finished with averages of 13.5 points per game and 9.9 rebounds per game. Morris, on the other hand, is a specialist as a sweet-shooting power forward who uses his size and skills to make plays on the perimeter. Georgetown product Otto Porter rounds out the starting five.
In the offseason the Wizards signed center Ian Mahinmi, forward Andrew Nicholson, forward Tomas Satoransky and guard Marcus Thornton. Center Ian Mahinmi is likely the biggest addition as he had a breakout year last season for Indiana and is a good defender and finisher around the rim. Assuming John Wall and Bradley Beal play well and the supporting pieces fit together well, the Wizards could be a playoff team once again in 2016.
The Verizon Center offers Wizards fans a VIP experience from a private luxury suite. Whether it’s a corporate event or an outing with friends and family, luxury suites at the Verizon Center are a perfect setting for any occasion. Guests can relax in theater-style seats and be waited on by a dedicated suite attendant. A Wizards suite will also give fans premium in-suite catering options to choose from, HDTVs so you never miss a replay and exclusive access to the bars and restaurants on the suite level. The Verizon Center will also host the Amy Schumer Tour, Adele and the Bad Boy Reunion.
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Suite pricing varies widely based on a number of variables including league, city, team, opponent, time of day, day of week, and suite location.
Day of Week: In general, suites can be slightly more expensive during weekdays (Monday through Thursday) because those days are ideal for corporations to entertain their clients in a suite.
League: NFL suites are the most expensive by because of the limited number of games (8 home games per team).
Suite Location: While just being in a suite is generally seen as the most desirable and luxurious seat in the building, some stadiums and arenas have multiple suite levels. If this is the case, certain clients are willing to pay a premium to be in a lower level suite that is closest to the action on the field. We will give you details on suite location as we provide you with availability for the game you desire.
Does it pay to wait to book a suite until closer to the event?
With regular tickets, prices will often drop in the days leading up to a game. While every once in a while the same occurs with suites, in general, pricing does not drop before the game. In fact, because of the very limited availability of luxury suites, it is advised to book a suite well in advance, as suites are often not available at the last minute. In addition, in coordinating events for larger groups (suites can hold up to 20 guests or more), it is often necessary to give guests a longer lead time to confirm their availability to attend.
Are there additional expenses I should consider?
If you are hosting guests in your suite, consider allocating enough budget to order catering for your suite. Catering is typically not included in the price of the suite. Suite Experience Group clients typically spend between $1,000-$2,000 for catering, with some clients spending even more if they order significant amounts of alcohol.
Are there discounts if I buy multiple games at once?
Some clients purchase multiple suites in multiple venues at one time. Suite Experience Group can provide special package pricing for clients who buy three or more suites at one time.
How can I maximize my budget?
If you are working within a budget and trying to maximize your spend, we would welcome an opportunity to further discuss your goals for the event and the different options available to you. Please call us at 800-592-7043 or fill out this form to get started. We look forward to the opportunity to help you explore your options in renting a luxury suite.
Suite Experience Group brings you access to luxury suites at sporting events and concerts on a game-by-game or concert-by-concert basis. We have luxury suites in the best sports and concert venues in the country, and make it easy for you to rent them one game or concert at a time. Each luxury box includes the finest amenities, VIP parking passes, and premium catering options. Be sure to contact us about luxury suites at the NFL Super Bowl, MLB World Series, NBA Finals, NHL Stanley Cup Championship, NCAA March Madness, College Bowl Games, Playoffs, and all other major sporting events.