Green Bay Packers Suites

Lambeau Field, Green Bay, WI
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Green Bay Packers Suite Prices and Details

How much do Green Bay Packers suites cost?

Private suite rentals for Green Bay Packers games typically cost between $12,000-$25,000. Suite prices will fluctuate based on opponent, day of the week, and suite location. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at Lambeau Field can vary widely based on the type of event.

How many guests can fit in a Packers suite?

Green Bay Packers suites at Lambeau Field come in different sizes and configurations. Lambeau Field features four main suite levels, stacked on top of one another, and located on each sideline. Most suites accommodate groups of 16-24. Terrace Suites, added in 2013, have a capacity of 10-12.

Suite Levels at Lambeau Field

4000 Level Suite

16 Tickets
0-4 Parking
Catering Available

5000 Level Suite

16 Tickets
0-4 Parking
Catering Available

6000 Level Suite

16 Tickets
0-4 Parking
Catering Available

7000 Level Suite

16 Tickets
0-4 Parking
Catering Available

Terrace Suite

10-12 Tickets
0-2 Parking
Food & Beverage Included

Lambeau Field Event Planning Guide


Premium catering is available for all suites at Lambeau Field. The menu includes a wide range of options provided by Delaware North Sportservice. Suites do not include catering in the base price of the suite. SEG customers spend, on average, between $1,500-$2,500 (per group) on catering; however,... MORE

Parking and Transportation

Suite holder VIP parking is in Lot 1 and Lot 4. Parking Lots open 4 hours prior to kick-off. Cash parking is available on many residential streets within walking distance of the stadium. The Johnsonville Tailgate Village is a popular tailgate featuring live music, TVs, and an open-air party deck.


There is a wide range in suite rental cost at Lambeau Field. Suite rentals for a Green Bay Packers (NFL) games can range from $9,000-$25,000 depending on opponent, suite size, and suite level. NFC North divisional games against the Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings will be priced at a premium.

Club Access

Suite ticket holders have full access to The Associated Bank Club Level & Atrium at Lambeau Field. Lambeau Field Club Level was recently renovated and features premium food kiosks, cash bars, and plenty of lounge seating. Restrooms on the Club Level are always less crowded.

Dress Code

There is no formal dress code for Lambeau Field suites. Corporate groups typically dress in business casual attire, however, it is not uncommon for suite level patrons to wear jerseys or team-branded apparel. Suites are individually climate-controlled with a closet for coat storage.

Venue Bag Policy

The NFL has implemented a policy that patrons must bring any personal items in bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12" x 6" x 12." As a result, backpacks are not permitted. Strollers and laptop computers are also not permitted.


Suite ticket holders can use the VIP Entrance at the American Family Insurance Gate located on the stadium’s east side (near the large Lombardi Trophy). Upon entry, guests should take the escalators to the 4th level (first suite level). VIP Entrances open 2 hours prior to kickoff.

Child Ticket Policy

All individuals, regardless of age (babies included), must have a separate ticket to enter Lambeau Field. Suites provide a convenient, and private, space for families and groups with small children.

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Packers Spotlight

Current NFL Season

The Green Bay Packers enter the 2019 season with more uncertainty than the franchise has faced for over a decade – when Aaron Rodgers took over the reigns at quarterback from Brett Favre in 2008. However, there’s an air of optimism along with that uncertainty in “Titletown.”

After years of reported discontent between the superstar quarterback and head coach Mike McCarthy, McCarthy was dismissed on December 2 after a home loss to Arizona.

Rodgers says that he’s excited about the offense that new head coach Matt LaFleur brings with him. LaFleur showed a knack for running the ball while offensive coordinator in Tennessee, so if the Packers can establish a rushing game, that should mean good things for Rodgers if defenses have to worry about the Pack running and throwing the ball.

The defense should be improved, with coordinator Mike... MORE

Past Spotlights

In 2018, Aaron Rodgers and the Packers look to return to the playoffs and contend for a Super Bowl. Rodgers is a surefire Hall-of-Famer and undoubtedly one of the most exciting players in the NFL. With Rodgers at the helm, the Packers are committed to winning now. This offseason, the Packers made a statement acquisition by signing the best tight end on the market, Jimmy Graham. The 6’7” Graham will give Rodgers a deep threat down the middle and a huge red zone target. Davante Adams returns as Green Bay’s new number one receiver with the departure of Jordy Nelson. Adams is a superb route runner and an exciting playmaker in space. The running game in Green Bay will once again be handled by committee. Expect Jamaal Williams, Aaron Jones, and Ty Montgomery to share carries as each brings a unique skillset. Both Williams and Jones are coming off promising rookie seasons. Aaron Rodgers will be protected by a perennially underrated offensive line. David Bakhtiari and Bryan Bulaga (when healthy) are an elite combination of pass-blocking tackles. If Bakhtiari and Bulaga can keep Rodgers healthy for 16 games, expect the Packers offense to perform at an elite level.

The Packers defense will look dramatically different in 2018 under new defensive coordinator Mike Pettine. Pettine will look to rebuild this Packers defense with youth and athleticism. Packers fans are optimistic that defensive woes of the past decade can be fixed under a new scheme. The strength of the Packers defense in 2018 should be their defensive line. Defensive tackle Mike Daniels brings grit and intensity, and, together with second year lineman Kenny Clark, will form the core of an explosive line. Scouts expect a Pro-Bowl caliber year from Clark in 2018. The Packers emphasized their committment to building a championship-caliber defense by signing free agent defensive lineman Mo Wilkerson in free agency. Wilkerson arrives in Green Bay on a 1 year "prove it" deal. At the top of his game, Wilkerson can be a dominant player. Clay Matthews returns for his 10th season as the leader of this Packers defense. Safety Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix anchors a young secondary with much to prove.

Once again, the Green Bay Packers are a legitimate Super Bowl contender in 2017 and they'll continue to be a perennial contender as long as quarterback Aaron Rodgers remains under center. The future Hall-of-Famer and 2X MVP is widely regarded as the most talented quarterback in the NFL. Rodgers will be surrounded by plenty of weapons in 2017; wide receiver Jordy Nelson is fully healthy and will return as the number one receiver. Flanking Nelson will be breakout star Davonte Adams while Randall Cobb returns as a valuable slot receiver. Next season, the Packers will rely on Ty Montgomery as a full-time running back. Montgomery is a converted wide receiver who brings unique versatility to the position. In the offseason the Packers made an uncharacteristically big free agent signing acquiring tight end Martellus Bennett. Bennett is a unique dual-threat tight end. Bennett's size and speed could take an already elite offense to another level. The Packers offensive line has been a consistently underrated group for years. Although guard TJ Lang left via free agency, the team returns veterans Corey Linsley, David Bakhtiari and Bryan Bulaga. Last season, Bakhtiari was graded as the best pass-blocking left tackle in the NFL by Pro Football Focus. Veteran guard Jhari Evans will replace Lang. 

The most recognizable star for the Packers defense is linebacker Clay Matthews. When healthy, Matthews is the most dynamic playmaker on Green Bay's defense. The Packers went heavy on defense in the 2017 NFL Draft. Look for second round pick, cornerback Kevin King, to be a starter immediately. The Packers also drafted a hybrid linebacker/safety in Josh Jones. Jones will patrol the field in front of Pro-Bowl free safety HaHa Clinton-Dix. The Packers need much improved play from their secondary to make a Super Bowl run in 2017. Pass-rushing OLB Vince Biegel, drafted in the fourth round from Wisconsin, will be used to spell linebackers Nick Perry and Clay Matthews when needed. 

Suites and Special Events: 

Lambeau Field is perhaps the most storied venue in the National Football League. Lambeau Field luxury suites typically accommodate 16-24 people. Suite will also come with VIP parking passes, private access to stadium clubs, and a private entrance. When the weather turns, Lambeau Field suites are a perfect way to experience Packers football in a climate-controlled environment. Suites feature modern designs, updated amenities, and luxurious lounge seating. Whether entertaining for business or pleasure, suites are a fantastic way to experience iconic Lambeau Field. 

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