Arizona Cardinals Suites

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Arizona Cardinals Suite Prices

How much do Cardinals suites cost?

Suite rental prices for Arizona Cardinals home games will cost between $9,000-$18,000 depending on opponent, team performance, day of the week, and suite level. Suite prices for the Fiesta Bowl, held annually at State Farm Arena, will range between $10,000-$20,000 depending on match-up. Concert suite prices will vary widely; well-known performers can command suite prices well over $15,000.

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Suite Levels at State Farm Stadium

Loft Suite

16 Tickets
4 Parking

The Loft Suite Level at State Farm Stadium is located just above the Club Suite Level. The Loft Suite Level is located on a separate, and private, suite concourse... MORE

Club Suite

18 Tickets
22 Capacity
4 Parking

Club Suites at State Farm Stadium are located on the main club level concourse; the lower of two suite levels. Club Suites are all sideline-located. Club Suites... MORE

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State Farm Stadium Event Planning Guide

In this section we’ve compiled key considerations when planning your next group event at State Farm Stadium:


There are a number of different premium seating options at State Farm Stadium. Traditional Field boxes are located on top of the main concourse and includes seating for 8 people, complete with a designated suite attendant and an exclusive dining area.  Club Suites located on the main concourse level are the most luxurious suites in State Farm Stadium and can hold anywhere between 18-22 people.  State Farm Stadium also offers a number of private lofts with the capability of hosting smaller groups in one of the stadiums Exclusive Lofts or larger groups in the stadiums grand Star Lounge.


Suite rental prices typically hover somewhere between $9,000-$18,000 and fluctuate depending on opponent, day of the week, performance, and suite level.  Week day games will generally be more expensive than Sunday match-ups and games landing on or near any major holidays will typically be on the lower end.  Suite prices for the Fiesta Bowl, held annually at State Farm Stadium, will range between $10,000-$20,000 largely dependent on match up.  Concert suite prices can vary widely; suites can go for as much as $15,000 for the most popular headliners.


State Farm Stadium is proudly partnered with one of the top performing food and beverage companies in all of the NFL.  Craft Culinary Concepts uses a fresh approach in its food and beverage offerings at State Farm Stadium, using only the highest quality and best ingredients from all around Arizona.   Craft Culinary Concepts also ensures that all snacks and drinks will be in your loft and/or suite prior to your guests arrival.  Guests at State Farm Stadium typically spend between $75-$150 per person on catering and can go up from there depending on alcohol consumption.  The experts here at Suite Experience Group will help you set an appropriate budget for catering if you choose to order food and beverage in advance. 


There are 4 different exclusive bars and lounges in State Farm Stadium.  If you’re in need of a pre-game, half-time, or post-game cocktail be sure to check out one of the 4 lounges:

50-Yard Lounges – The newly renovated 50-yard lounges feature a 49’ foot long video wall to ensure you won’t miss any of the action while you’re away from your seat.  Worried about waiting in long lines to get your next drink?  Rest assured that each 50-yard lounge includes a 64’ foot long service bar with 9 bartenders on staff at all times.

Flight Lounge – For the wine connoisseurs in attendance at State Farm Stadium you can’t pass up a visit to the Flight Lounge.  The Flight Lounge rotates different brands of wine each week in a smaller, more intimate setting.

Bubble Lounge – State Farm Stadium is home to the first champagne bar in the NFL.  Located on the West 50-yard line, the Bubble Lounge hosts a ticketed pre-game brunch in an upscale environment that you won’t want to miss. 

Gila River Casinos – All suite ticket holders will have access to the Gila River Casino club level.  Guests are encouraged to stay and mingle post-game for an additional hour in the Gila River Casino club area to celebrate post game and/or event. 

When you purchase a suite, the best lounge of all is always the privacy of your own luxury suite. However, it’s an added bonus to have access to other more exclusive parts of the stadium at one of the most iconic venues in all of the NFL.


There is limited space for meetings and conferences on gameday.  Some guests choose to give a short presentation in their suite before the game. You can connect a laptop to the TVs in the suite via HDMI cable. 

If however you would rather book a separate meeting space you can view State Farm Stadium (formerly known as State Farm stadium) options here.


There is no dress code for the suite level at State Farm Stadium.  Dress code will largely depend on the purpose of the event.  If the event involves entertaining client’s we suggest dressing more on the business casual side.  However, if the event is with a group of co-workers or friends most guests will don jerseys of their favorite team. 


In order to increase the safety and the security of guests the NFL has issued a Clear Bag Policy which states that all bag must be clear and less than 12” x 12” x 6” in size.  To read the full policy and to get a comprehensive list of other prohibited items at State Farm Stadium click the link here


Children 24 months of age or younger are permitted entry inside State Farm Stadium without a ticket on the condition they acquire a “lap pass” prior to entry.


Guests with VIP Parking Passes have the option of either parking in the Red or Grey lots near the stadium.  There are 2 Red Lots located on the West and North side of the stadium.  The Grey Lot is located on the East side of the stadium. 

For most events at The University of Phoenix, suite ticket holders will have access to their suite 2 hours before the event.


There are two VIP entrances to State Farm Stadium; one is on the West side of the stadium for guests parking in the Red Lot and one is on the East side for guests parking in the Grey Lot. 


Please visit our general Frequently Asked Questions page. Also feel free to Contact Us as we are always happy to assist you.


Arizona Cardinals Suite Prices

How much do Cardinals suites cost?

Suite rental prices for Arizona Cardinals home games will cost between $9,000-$18,000 depending on opponent, team performance, day of the week, and suite level. Suite prices for the Fiesta Bowl, held annually at State Farm Arena, will range between $10,000-$20,000 depending on match-up. Concert suite prices will vary widely; well-known performers can command suite prices well over $15,000.

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Cardinals Spotlight

With No. 1 overall draft pick Kyler Murray and head coach Kliff Kingsbury in the fold, the 2019 Arizona Cardinals season is shaping up to be an exciting one, if nothing else.

Kingsbury’s Texas Tech teams were in the top 25 in NCAA scoring offense in each of the past four seasons before he was let go as Red Raiders head coach. With a further emphasis on offense taking hold in the NFL, he was hired by Cardinals this offseason.

With Kingsbury on board, it so happens that Murray, the 2018 Heisman Trophy winner out of Oklahoma, was entered in this draft. It was reported that Kingsbury recruited Murray when he was a sophomore in high school. While he didn’t land the QB in college, he got him in the pros.

Who knows how much success Murray will have as a rookie starter in Week 1, but given Kingsbury’s background, Arizona is going to play fast and try to score plenty of points. Cardinals offensive veterans David Johnson (running back) and Larry Fitzgerald (wide receiver) are also expected to reap the benefits of this new system.

Outside of these major changes, the Cardinals did add a veteran presence on defense with the acquisition of longtime Baltimore linebacker Terrell Suggs. Former Seahawks guard J.R. Sweezy was also brought onboard.

The Cardinals are entering year two of a $28 million upgrade to the club levels of State Farm Stadium. Features include new bars and food service locations in all four corners of the stadium, more televisions, new furniture, and the creation of “The Tail Feather,” which is a full-service bar and speakeasy lounge. Suites of various sizes and in different locations around the stadium are available on gameday.

The Cardinals’ 2019 schedule features both home and away matchups with NFC West rivals San Francisco, Seattle, and defending NFC Champion Los Angeles Rams. The remaining home games will be against Detroit, Carolina, Atlanta, Pittsburgh, and Cleveland. Road contests outside of the division will be staged at Baltimore, Cincinnati, the New York Giants, New Orleans, and Tampa Bay.

Past Spotlights

The 2018 Arizona Cardinals begin a new era under head coach Steve Wilks. Wilks takes over for former head coach Bruce Arians. Running back David Johnson will be back healthy after an injury kept him sidelined for most of last season. Johnson is as dynamic as they come in the backfield. With Carson Palmer retiring, the Arizona Cardinals wasted little time to replace their quarterback. In 2018, Sam Bradford will be under center and has the talent to lead this Cardinals offense back into the playoffs. To make sure Bradford stays healthy, the Cardinals also added to their offensive line by signing free agents Andre Smith and Justin Pugh. Still performing as one of the league’s most reliable receivers, Larry Fitzgerald will be the number one wideout.

Defensively, the Cardinals were unable to retain Tyrann Mathieu but still feature one of the NFL’s best cornerbacks, Patrick Peterson. Budda Baker and Antoine Bethea will help form what could be a very good secondary in 2018. The Cardinals do have a strong group of linebackers featuring Chandler Jones, Karlos Dansby and Haason Reddick.

Through Suite Experience Group, your company group can rent a suite for single event or Cardinals game. An Arizona Cardinals suite is going to vary in price by the game and suite details, but they will include 16-18 tickets on average and 4 VIP parking passes. There are two suite levels at the University of Phoenix Stadium, Loft and Club Level. All suites will feature private restrooms, HDTVs, balcony seating and a dedicated Cardinals suite attendant. Food and drinks can be ordered for your luxury box in advance to your event at an additional cost.

The 2017 Arizona Cardinals play at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, AZ. It’s not just the home to the Cardinals but also the Fiesta Bowl every year. The University of Phoenix Stadium is one of the country’s premier venues hosting events such as the Super Bowl, College Football Championship Game and NCAA Men’s Final Four. The Arizona Cardinals 2017 home opponents include the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football, San Francisco 49ers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Seattle Seahawks on Thursday Night Football, Jacksonville Jaguars, Los Angeles Rams, Tennessee Titans and the New York Giants on Christmas Eve.

The Arizona Cardinals are a mainstay at top of the NFC West. Their offense features Carson Palmer, Larry Fitzgerald and David Johnson. The Cardinals defense is one of the best in the NFC with stars like Patrick Peterson, Chandler Jones and Tyrann Mathieu. The Cardinals decided to focus on defense in the NFL Draft used their first two picks on defensive players. In the first-round, the Cardinals selected ILB Haason Reddick and in the second-round, the Cardinals selected S Budda Baker. Head coach Bruce Arians has proved he’s one of the NFL’s best coaches and will look to get his squad back into the playoffs this season.

Suites: Renting an Arizona Cardinals will provide guests with a VIP experience like no other. Cardinals suites will include VIP parking passes, private entry into the University of Phoenix Stadium and exclusive access to the stadium's clubs and VIP lounges. Private Lofts and Club Level Suites at the University of Phoenix Stadium feature a spacious floor plan with HDTVs, Wi-Fi, private restroom, premium in-suite catering options and a dedicated suite attendant. Both Arizona Cardinals suite levels, Loft or Club Level, will provide fans and guests with the perfect setting for entertaining.  

Offense: After winning the NFC West with a record of 13 wins and 3 losses the Arizona Cardinals are looking to be one of the best and most exciting teams in the NFL.  In 2015, the Cardinals beat the Green Bay Packers in the Divisional Round of the playoffs but lost to the Carolina Panthers 49 to 15 in the Conference Championship.  This year the Cardinals have much loftier aspirations.  During the offseason the Cardinals really did not do much to tinker with an offense that led the league in total yards per game and was second in scoring at 30.3 points per game. All-Pro quarterback Carson Palmer threw for 4671 yards and 35 touchdowns while directing one of the most talented offensive groups in the NFL.  The wide receiver trio of John Brown, Michael Floyd and Larry Fitzgerald is the envy of offensive coaches across the league and there is a chance all three receivers will surpass 1,000 yards in 2016.  Larry Fitzgerald is a future Hall of Famer and the 13-year veteran will likely churn out another 100+ reception, 1,000+ yard and 8-10 touchdown year so get out to Phoenix to watch a star in the twilight of his career.  The Cardinals have two talented backs in returnees Chris Johnson and David Johnson who both had solid years and are dynamic compliments to the high-flying passing game.  One of the Cardinals big offseason signings was guard Evan Mathis formerly of the Super Bowl Champion Denver Broncos who will bring balance to the right side of a powerful offensive line.  On the left side of the line Jered Veldheer and All-Pro Left Guard Mike Iupati plow huge holes for the Cardinal run game.  Head Coach and cancer survivor Bruce Arians will undoubtedly pull every once of production out of this group.

Defense: The biggest offseason addition for the Cardinals was definitely former New England Patriot's defensive end Chandler Jones.  Jones has been one of the most dominant defensive lineman in the NFL over the past couple seasons and 2015 was no different.  He finished with 12 sacks, 44 tackles and 4 forced fumbles which should make the Cardinals one of the most terrifying defenses to face.  Jones and All-Pro defensive tackle Calais Campbell will make life hell for opposing quarterbacks.  If anyone in the league can rival the Legion of Boom up in Seattle the Cardinals are the team.  Led by All-Pros Tyrann Mathieu and Patrick Peterson, former LSU Tigers, the Cardinals were second in the league in takeaways 19 interceptions and 14 forced fumbles.  Middle Linebacker Deon Bucannon is a ballhawk and led the team with 112 total tackles last season.

Schedule:  The Cardinals play their home games at the University of Phoenix Stadium. The University of Phoenix Stadium was home to Super Bowl XLIX. In 2016, the Cardinals will host the Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, Oakland Raiders, Denver Broncos, New England Patriots, Tamba Bay Buccaneers, New York Jets, Washington Redskins and New Orleans Saints.

Suites and Special Events: An Arizona Cardinals' private loft will include 18 tickets with an option to purchase up to 6 more tickets. With the Cardinals' suite you will receive VIP parking, private entry into the University of Phoenix Stadium and exclusive access to the stadium's clubs and lounges. Private lofts at the University of Phoenix Stadium feature a spacious floor plan with HDTV, Wi-Fi, private restroom, premium in-suite catering options and a dedicated suite attendant. The University of Phoenix Stadium is also home to the Fiesta Bowl every year and many other special events throughout the year. The next Fiesta Bowl will be played on December 31, 2016. Other special events that University of Phoenix Stadium will host are the COPA America Soccer 3rd Place Game, Guns N Roses Concert Tour, Arizona vs. BYU College Football Game and the March Madness 2017 Final Four.