Denver Broncos Suites

Empower Field at Mile High, Denver, CO

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Denver Broncos Suite Prices

How much do Denver Broncos suites cost?

Prices typically range from $18,000-$30,000 for Denver Broncos suites. Pricing will vary based on opponent, day of the week, and suite location within Empower Field at Mile High. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at Broncos Stadium can vary widely based on the type of event.

Suite Levels at Empower Field at Mile High

Ring of Fame Loge

6 Tickets
2 Parking
Food & Beverage Included

200 Level Suite

17 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

400 Level Suite

17 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

Empower Field at Mile High Event Planning Guide

Catering

Catering at Empower Field at Mile High is offered by Epicurean Sports. Epicurean Sports strives to turn "Fans into Foodies" and offers a variety of packages and a la carte items highlighting classic stadium fare and local Denver favorites. Catering can be purchased in advance or during the game.

Parking and Transportation

All suites at Empower Field at Mile High include complimentary VIP parking passes. Stadium parking lots typically open 4.5 hours prior to kick-off. There are also plenty of first-come, first served cash/credit parking lots for guests without a parking pass right outside of the stadium.

Budget

The cost of a suite at Empower Field at Mile High can go anywhere from $18,000 on the lower end upwards to $32,000 on the higher end. Suite prices vary greatly depending on opponent, day of the game, suite level (executive or ring of fame), and the current Denver Bronco's team performance.

Club Access

All suites at Empower Field at Mile High come with access to the United Club Level lounges. The United Club lounge offers high-end food and bevereage options and features high definition TVs throughout the lounge area. Both the 200 and 400 level suites will have access to the lounge area.

Dress Code

Dress code in the suites at Empower Field at Mile High will depend greatly on the nature of the event. If the suite rental is for a corporate event most guests will be in business casual attire. It is not unusual however to see guests donning their favorite Bronco's player jersey as well.

Venue Bag Policy

Empower Field at Mile High follows the NFL Clear Bag Policy in order to provide a safer environment. All bags brought into Empower Field at Mile High must be clear and not exceed 12" by x 6" x 12." Broncos fans are also permitted one small bag or purse no larger than 6.5" x 4.5."

Entrances

All suites at Empower Field at Mile High include access to the stadiums two VIP entrances located on the East and West ends of the United Club. Beat the stadium lines, as you head directly into the stadium through one of the stadiums two premium entrances into the exclusive United Club lounge.

Child Ticket Policy

All children 2 years and older are required to have a ticket to enter Empower Field at Mile High. Children under the age of 2 must be accompanied by an adult and sit on his/her lap.

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Broncos Spotlight

Current NFL Season

The Denver Broncos are still trying to find the next franchise quarterback, after the retirement of Peyton Manning, and the next head coach to lead them to the promised land.

Vance Joseph was fired after posting 5-11 and 6-10 records at the helm. The new head coach is Vic Fangio, who spent 19 seasons as a defensive coordinator and was the architect of the Bears defense that led the NFL in scoring in 2018.

After missing on draft picks Paxton Lynch and Trevor Siemian, Denver acquired Case Keenum, who led Minnesota to the NFC championship game in 2017. However, Keenum struggled in the Mile High City – throwing 18 touchdowns and 15 interceptions – and was traded to Washington this offseason for only a seventh-round draft pick.

Longtime Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco is the next man up in Denver. The former Super Bowl champ was on his way to a 4,000-yard... MORE

Past Spotlights

The Denver Broncos will look to bounce back in 2018 after a difficult 2017 campaign. General manager John Elway decided to shake up the locker room by parting ways with veterans Aqib Talib and Trevor Siemian via trades. With the NFL Draft quickly approaching, it will be very interesting to see who the Broncos take with #5 overall selection. Will Elway go with a quarterback? Will he trade down? Either way, this year’s draft will have a major impact on the future of the Denver Broncos. Head coach Vance Joseph is about to have an elite young player to work with.

Elway’s main addition of the off-season was the signing of quarterback Case Keenum to a 2-year, $36 million contract. Keenum is coming off the best year of his career, a season in which he elevated his game and took the Minnesota Vikings to the NFC Championship game. Wideouts Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders should be excited to have Keenum behind center, especially after the instability at the quarterback position the past two years. Case Keenum, along with Demaryius Thomas, Emmanuel Sanders, and running back C.J. Anderson, will look to electrify an offense that had lots of trouble scoring the football last season. 

Led by one of the NFL’s best overall players, Von Miller, the Broncos defense expects to regain its dominance in 2018. Miller is a can’t-miss talent whose ability to put pressure on the quarterback changes the entire complexity of the Broncos defense. Derek Wolfe and Shane Ray help Miller collapse the pocket, while Brandon Marshall leads the linebacker corps and Chris Harris Jr. leads a revamped secondary. Expect newcomer Su’a Cravens to have an impact in the secondary as well. Special teams will also have a new look in Denver, with the always energetic Marquette King coming over from Oakland to become the Broncos’ new punter.

Broncos Stadium at Mile High (Formerly Sports Authority Field) will host 8 regular season Denver Broncos games this season. The Broncos home opponents consist of the: Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders, Los Angeles Chargers, Cleveland Browns, Los Angeles Rams, Seattle Seahawks, Houston Texans, and Pittsburgh Steelers.

Denver Broncos luxury suites are a great way to entertain for business or spend quality time with friends and family. A Broncos suite features stadium-style theater seats, HDTVs, Wi-Fi, upscale furnishings, and a private restroom. Every suite is serviced by a dedicated suite attendant and all suites offer the the option to purchase premium in-suite catering. Also included with a suite rental will be VIP parking passes, private entry into Sports Authority Field at Mile High, and exclusive access to the United Club Level. 

The Denver Broncos look to return to the playoffs in 2017-18 under first year head coach Vance Joseph. Joseph was hired to replace Gary Kubiak who was forced to retire due to health concerns. After winning the Super Bowl two seasons ago, the Broncos were forced to deal with the retirement of Peyton Manning last season. Many pieces from their championship team will again return next season. Perhaps most importantly, quarterbacks Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch have one more year of experience. While a starter has yet to be announced, quarterback play should be significantly improved in 2017. Under new offensive coordinator Mike McCoy, the Broncos are poised to take a big step forward offensively. In the offseason, the Broncos bolstered their running game by signing former Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamal Charles. Although oft-injured, Charles remains an elite running back when healthy. Charles will team up with second year pro Devontae Booker to form a formidable 1-2 running back tandem. The receiving group of Emmanuel Sanders and Demaryius Thomas remains an elite unit. Both Sanders and Thomas hauled in 1,000 yard seasons despite struggles from the quarterback position. Entering 2017, Denver will continue to be a defensive-oriented team lead by perennial All-Pro Vonn Miller. Miller is a turnover machine, bringing elite pass-rushing ability off the edge. The Broncos return most significant contributors from their 3rd ranked defense from one year ago including cornerback's Chris Harris and Aqib Talib. 

Suites and Special Events: Denver Broncos luxury suites are a great way to entertain for business or spend quality time with friends and family. A Broncos suite features stadium-style theater seats, HDTVs, Wi-Fi, upscale furnishings, and a private restroom. Every suite is serviced by a dedicated suite attendant and all suites offer the the option to purchase premium in-suite catering. Also included with a suite rental will be VIP parking passes, private entry into Sports Authority Field, and exclusive access to the United Club Level.