Detroit Lions Suites

Ford Field, Detroit, MI

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How will Covid-19 / Coronavirus impact my event?

No matter what happens, Suite Experience Group has you covered - your suite will be protected by our 100% Guarantee.

Latest Covid-19 / Coronavirus Updates

SEG is constantly reviewing guidance from professional leagues, teams, venues, and government agencies, and will help you navigate these uncertain times.

The SEG 100% Guarantee

  • We guarantee you will receive your suite tickets in time for your event. In the extremely rare case that you do not, we will offer you an alternative option if available or we will refund you at least 100% of your total purchase price.
  • If the event is canceled or if fans are no longer permitted, you may choose to receive a full refund or a credit towards a future SEG purchase.
  • If the event date changes, you will receive the suite you purchased for the new date.
  • Some listings are further protected by a Flexible Refund Policy which allows you to receive a full refund for any reason as long as you contact us at least 21 days prior to the event date.

Please reach out to us if you have any further questions at [email protected] or 800-592-7043.

Detroit Lions Suite Prices and Details

How much do Detroit Lions suites cost?

Detroit Lions suites typically cost between $7,000-$18,000 per game depending on team performance, opponent, and suite location. Primetime games occurring on Monday, Thursday or Sunday night's will be priced at a premium as will games versus the Green Bay Packers or Dallas Cowboys.

How many guests can fit in a Lions suite?

Detroit Lions suites vary in size and configuration. Most suites have a capacity of of 18. Suites will come with a base quantity of tickets with the option to purchase additional suite tickets, as needed. Terrace Suites provide a smaller group option with a seating capacity of 10-12.

Suite Levels at Ford Field

Gridiron Suite

20-30 Tickets
0-4 Parking
Catering Available

Terrace Suite

8-10 Tickets
0-2 Parking
Food & Beverage Included

400 Level Suite

12-14 Tickets
0-2 Parking
Catering Available

500 Level Suite

21-25 Tickets
0-3 Parking
Catering Available

600 Level Suite

21-25 Tickets
0-3 Parking
Catering Available

Ford Field Event Planning Guide

Catering

Your Detroit Lions luxury suite can be catered in advance to your game. While many Lions luxury boxes will include food and drinks or a credit, some may not. Lions suite guests typically spend about $100 per person on food and alcohol. There is no minimum and ordering in advance is optional.

Parking and Transportation

Detroit Lions VIP Suite parking is located in the Ford Field Parking Deck. The Parking Deck is connected to Ford Field via a covered walkway. The Ford Field Parking Deck opens 3 hours prior to kickoff. A Lyft-exclusive drop-off point is located W. Fisher Service Drive(closest to Gate B).

Safety and Well-being

In order to keep guests safe at events this year at Ford Field, all guests must wear a face covering, all tickets will be mobile, and each guest will have a dedicated entrance and time when entering the stadium. Ford Field has also placed over 250 hand sanitizing stations throughout the stadium as... MORE

Budget

Detroit Lions luxury suite rentals can cost between $8,000-$18,000 on average. Detroit Lions suites range in cost depending on the opponent, size and location. If catering wasn't included with your Lions suite, be sure to budget an additional cost for that. Catering won't be charged until game day.

Club Access

Detroit Lions suite ticket holders have exclusive access to the North Club and the Huntington (South) Club, both of which are private lounges featuring high-end dining and beverage options.

Dress Code

There is no formal dress code for being in a Detroit Lions suite at Ford Field. Corporate groups are usually in business casual attire; however, it is not uncommon for guests to wear casual attire or Lions apparel. Lions luxury suites are individually climate-controlled with a coat closet.

Venue Bag Policy

All guests entering Ford Field must have their belongings in clear plastic, vinyl or PVC bags that do not exceed 12” x 6” x 12.” This applies to Lions suite ticket holders as well. Other permissible totes include: one-gallon clear plastic freezer bags (Ziploc bag or similar) and small clutch... MORE

Entrances

If you have a Detroit Lions suite ticket, the VIP Entrances for Club Level & Suite guests are located at the Gate A Executive Entrance and also at Gates D & G (suite and club entrance signage posted at each gate).

Child Ticket Policy

Children aged 2 and under do not require a separate suite ticket to enter Ford Field. Any child older will need a ticket even if attending the game in a Detroit Lions suite. Strollers are NOT permitted at Ford Field. Lions suites do provide a secured space for families with young children.

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Lions Spotlight

Current NFL Season

With the Detroit Lions in a win-now mode, the 2020 NFL season looks to be where the Lions take over the NFC North. A year of injuries forced the Lions into a losing season a year ago but with a healthy Matthew Stafford, Matt Patricia’s offense should be rolling. Kenny Golladay has emerged as a top wide receiver in the league, with Marvin Jones performing as one of the underrated players at his position. The Lions used a top draft pick on running back, D’Andre Swift, to partner up with Kerryon Johnson in the backfield. In his second season, TE T.J. Hockenson is ready to breakout as well.

With some offseason retooling, the Lions defense will be taking step forward. With Darius Slay no longer on the team, the Lions signed Desmond Trufant to be their shutdown cornerback. The Lions are signed LB Jamie Collins, who will right away be the leader of this new look defense. The... MORE

Past Spotlights

Despite another last place finish in the NFC North, the Detroit Lions showed flashes in 2018 under first-year head coach Matt Patricia.

The highlight of the season was a 26-10 dismantling of the New England Patriots in Week 3, and they ended the season with a 31-0 shutout of the Green Bay Packers in Lambeau Field. It marked the first time that the Lions have beaten Green Bay in four-straight games since 1982-83.

Patricia is excited about first-round draft pick, Iowa tight end T.J. Hockenson. He said it will take time for him to build a rapport with quarterback Matthew Stafford, and he’s very impressed with his blocking ability. The Lions also replaced departing wide receiver Golden Tate with the signing of free agent Danny Amendola. New offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell will be charged with getting all of these new pieces to gel with Stafford, as the longtime franchise quarterback still seeks his first playoff victory.

Ford Field is one of the best places in the NFL to watch a game. While the fixed roof keeps people out of the elements, glass windows allow natural light to come in during day games. The 125 luxury suites were renovated only two years ago, and two gigantic (40 feet by 152 feet) video boards were installed in each end zone. The suites have historic photos, Lions-colored decorations and football-themed designs throughout.

The annual Thanksgiving game is always one of the highlights of the Lions’ schedule. This year, Detroit will host the defending NFC North champion Chicago Bears on Turkey Day. The Lions will also play the Bears in Chicago, along with two games against division teams Green Bay and Minnesota. The other five teams playing in Ford Field this year will be the Los Angeles Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs, New York Giants, Dallas Cowboys, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Non-division road contests will be held at Arizona, Philadelphia, Oakland, Washington, and Denver.

After falling just one game short of the playoffs in 2017, the Detroit Lions decided to switch head coaches in the off-season. Jim Caldwell will be replaced by Matt Patricia, the former defensive coordinator of the New England Patriots. Patricia, along with his new coaching staff, have already brought in an exciting new energy to the Lions locker room at Ford Field.

Offensively, Matthew Stafford will look to build off another tremendous year in 2017. Last season he posted the best passer rating of his career and tied his career-best with just 10 interceptions thrown in a full season. Stafford’s primary targets will once again be Golden Tate and Marvin Jones Jr., who make up a solid 1-2 punch in the receiving corps. In the backfield a majority of carries will go to new addition LeGarrette Blount. Blount won a Super Bowl in 2016 with the New England Patriots and also in 2017 with the Philadelphia Eagles - will his magic carry over to the Lions in 2018?

With a defensive background, Matt Patricia will look to improve a Lions defense that struggled at times last season. Outside linebacker Devon Kennard was signed to a multi-year deal in the off-season to bolster a defense currently led by secondary players Darius Slay and Glover Quin. Kennard comes to Detroit after spending the first four years of his career with the New York Giants.

In 2018 the Detroit Lions and Ford Field will host games against the Green Bay Packers, Chicago Bears, Minnesota Vikings, Los Angeles Rams, Seattle Seahawks, Carolina Panthers, New York Jets, and New England Patriots.