Detroit Lions Suites

Ford Field, Detroit, MI

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Detroit Lions Suite Prices

How much do Detroit Lions suites cost?

Prices typically range from $9,000 -$18,000 for Detroit Lions suites. Prices vary based on opponent, day of the week, suite level and suite location. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at Ford Field can vary widely based on the type of event.

Suite Levels at Ford Field

Terrace Level Suite

10 Tickets
14 Capacity
2 Parking

400 Level Suite

14 Tickets
2 Parking

500 Level Suite

24 Tickets
30 Capacity
4 Parking

600 Level Suite

14 Tickets
2 Parking

Ford Field Event Planning Guide

This section contains additional information, tips, and suggestions for planning or hosting an event at Ford Field.


There are many options for entertaining larger groups at Ford Field. The stadium contains 5 suite levels, all of which are undergoing a complete renovation during the offseason in 2017. Suite capacity ranges widely from 5 person opera-style boxes to 50 person party suites. Most private luxury suites will accommodate 14-20 guests.

The south side of the field has 3 full suite levels stacked on top of each other: the 400 level suites on the 4th floor, 500 level suites on the 5th floor, and 600 level suites on the 6th floor. These are the main suite sections in the stadium, and each of these levels contains 34 private luxury suites and larger party suites. There is another smaller suite section on the south side called the Club Level Suites. These suites are located below the 400 level suites, at the top of the 200 level seating sections.

On the north side of the field there is one more suite section called the North Side Suites, and are located across from the 500 level suites on the...


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Lions Spotlight

Current NFL Season

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... MORE

Past Spotlights

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.

The Detroit Lions should again be a playoff-caliber team in 2017. Quarterback Matthew Stafford has established himself nicely among the top tier of NFL QB's. Stafford will have an improved offensive line protecting him this season. The additions of Guard TJ Lang and Tackle Ricky Wagner should pay immediate dividends. At the skilled positions, notable contributors are wide receiver's Golden Tate and Marvin Jones, and at running back, the Lions will rely on a tandem of Ameer Abdullah and Matt Asiata. 

The Lions focused heavily on defense in the 2017 NFL draft. First-round draft pick ILB Jarrad Davis should be an immediate starter for this defense. The Lions also drafted CB Teez Tabor in the second round. Other players to watch on defense will be CB Darius Slay, DE Ziggy Ansah and NG Haloti Ngata. Ansah will look to bounce back from a disappointing 2016 season. The year prior, Ansah was a Pro-Bowl pass rusher. In other news, the Lions will also be debuting brand new uniforms in 2017. 

In the offseason, Ford Field's suite level underwent major renovations. Fans can experience Lions football from multiple suite levels and club spaces this year. The Lions 2017 home schedule will include: Arizona Cardinals, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Chicago Bears, Pittsburgh Steelers (Sunday Night Football), Cleveland Browns, Minnesota Vikings (Thanksgiving Day) and the Green Bay Packers (New Year's Eve).