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Indianapolis Colts Suite Prices

How much do Colts suites cost?

Prices typically range from $12,000 -$18,000 for Indianapolis Colts suites. Prices vary based on opponent, day of the week and suite size and location. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at Lucas Oil Stadium can vary widely based on the type of event.

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Suite Levels at Lucas Oil Stadium

Upper Level Suite

20 Tickets
2 Parking

A Colts private luxury suite will feature HD-TVs, upscale furnishing, premium in-suite catering options and a dedicated suite attendant. Along with your Colts suite,... MORE

Lower Level Suite

20 Tickets
5 Parking

Lower Level suites at Lucas Oil Stadium are located just above the lower bowl and wrap around 3 sides of the field. Suites feature interior lounge seating and exterior... MORE

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Colts Spotlight

Fortunately for Indianapolis Colts fans, Andrew Luck is back. After missing the 2017 season with a shoulder injury, the superstar quarterback returned in 2018, and after a slow start, the Colts won nine of their final 10 regular season games, earning a Wild Card berth in the AFC playoffs. A 21-7 win at Houston followed before bowing out of the playoffs in 31-13 second-round loss at Kansas City.

Josh McDaniels reneging on his deal to join the Colts as head coach last offseason turned out to be a blessing in disguise, as Frank Reich did a fine job in his first season.

Luck looked like his old self, winning the Comeback Player of the Year award by throwing for over 4,500 yards and 39 touchdowns, giving plenty of hope that big things are ahead for Indy in 2019. Second-year rusher Marlon Mack provided a surprising jolt in the backfield, and now he’s joined by former Kansas City Chief Spencer Ware, who was signed a free agent deal with the Colts. Devin Funchess comes over from Carolina to join a wide receiving corps led by T.Y. Hilton.

Colts fans will be treated to an infusion of technology at Lucas Oil Stadium this season. The in-house video system is jumping from five cameras to 12, which will provide fans with more dimensions and better angles for instant replays. It’s part of an $8.5 million upgrade to the audio and video equipment in the stadium. It’s also receiving an overhauled Wi-Fi system.

The Colts play in the competitive AFC South, so they will have two games each with Houston, Tennessee, and Jacksonville. All three teams have reason to be optimistic for 2019. Non-division teams heading to Indy this year are Atlanta, Oakland, Denver, Miami, and Carolina. Road tests outside the AFC South will be at the Los Angeles Chargers, Kansas City (Sunday night game), Pittsburgh, Tampa Bay, and New Orleans (Monday night game).

Past Spotlights

Fans of the Indianapolis Colts are excited of the return of their star quarterback, Andrew Luck. Luck missed all last season with an injury but when proven healthy, Luck is one of the NFL’s best quarterbacks. Perhaps the most excited person on the field to see Luck return is wide receiver, TY Hilton. Hilton has established himself as one of the NFL’s most dynamic players. In free agency, the Colts added new weapons for Luck to throw to including Eric Ebron and Ryan Grant. The Colts are now led by head coach, Frank Riech. Riech replaces Chuck Pagano and is a former offensive coordinator, so it will be an exciting 2018 season to see how Riech and Luck turn this offensive around. Defensively, the Colts are exciting to see Malik Hooker in his second year. Hooker will lead a secondary featuring Quincy Wilson and Kenny Moore.

An Indianapolis Colts luxury suite is going to provide your group with the ultimate VIP experience at Lucas Oil Stadium. A suite for a Colts game will include VIP parking, exclusive access to the suite level and VIP lounges and private entry into Lucas Oil Stadium. Suites can be fully catered in advance to your event. Restrooms are located on the suite levels for easy access. Guests will never miss a replay with multiple HDTVs throughout your suite. On average, luxury boxes for Colts games will include 19 – 30 tickets. Colts’ suite pricing is going vary heavily on the opponent, day of the week of the game and the success of the team. Secondary events at Lucas Oil stadium like supercross or concerts, are typically less expensive than a Colts game.

In 2017, the Indianapolis Colts should once again be a playoff team. Under the quarterbacking of Andrew Luck, the Colts have been perennial playoff participants. Expect Andrew Luck to bounce back in 2017 from a slightly sub-par 2016 season. Luck has the physical tools to faciliate an elite passing offense. Pro-Bowl wide receiver Ty Hilton will return for his 6th season with the Colts; Hilton has been Luck's favorite downfield target. Running back Frank Gore will also return after posting another 1,000 yard season. Gore is as steady as it comes at the running back position. Look for speedster Phillip Dorsett to play a bigger role in the offense this season. The Colts will need big seasons from Dorsett and wide receiver Donte Moncrief to take defensive coverage away from Hilton.

The Colts significantly bolstered their defense in the 2017 NFL draft. In the first round, the Colts selected Safety Malik Hooker from Ohio State. Hooker was widely regarded as the best defensive back in the entire draft, although he does not have much starting experience.  Second round selection, Quincy Wilson, is a tall cornerback who should start immediately on the opposite side of veteran Vontae Davis. The Colts' secondary should be a strength of this team. If the team can establish a solid pass-rush, the defense should hold well enough for a post-season run. 

In 2017, the Colts will host the following teams at Lucas Oil Stadium: Arizona Cardinals, Cleveland Browns, San Francisco 49ers, Jacksonville Jaguars, Pittsburgh Steelers, Tennessee Titans, Denver Broncos and the Houston Texans. 

Suites and Special Events:  A Colts luxury suite at Lucas Oil Stadium can accommodate small or large groups. Whether you are entertaining clients or enjoying a game with friends and family, a Colts luxury box is perfect for any occasion. Suites at Lucas Oil Stadium feature HD-TVs, upscale furnishing, premium in-suite catering options, Wi-Fi and a dedicated suite attendant. With your Colts suite you will receive VIP parking and private entry into Lucas Oil Stadium. 

Offense: As Andrew Luck goes so do the Colts and when Luck went down with a lacerated spleen the Colts were toast.  The team limped to an 8-8 finish and missed the playoffs for the first time in Head Coach Chuck Pagano's tenure.  This year the Colts hope to get back to the playoffs and make last year simply a bad memory.  Behind arguably the best quarterback in the league in Andrew Luck the Colt's have a strong case to be a playoff team. If Luck uses his top targets T.Y. Hilton and future Hall of Famer Andre Johnson effectively this should be one of the most potent and productive offenses in the league.  While the strength of this offense is definitely in the passing game running back Frank Gore barely missed out on a 1000 yard season and will likely be much more productive running behind the Colts first round pick Ryan Kelly.  Kelly, a former member of the Alabama Crimson Tide, is a massive guard who will stabilize the Colts offensive line. 

Defense: The unquestioned heart of the Colts defense is middle linebacker D'Qwell Jackson.  Jackson finished last year with exactly 150 tackles and was a terror to opposing offenses.  With Jackson flying all over the field and covering sideline to sideline the Colts were a tough team to score against.  Defensive ends Robert Mathis and Kendall Langford led the team with 7 sacks each.  Look for consistent production from both Mathis and Langford.  In the secondary the Colts are actually quite talented.  Cornerback Vontae Davis led the team with 16 passes defended and recorded 4 interceptions while playing the role of #1 corner.  On the other side Mike Adams had an excellent year as a ballhawk intercepting opposing quarterbacks 5 times and recording 75 tackles.  

Schedule:  In 2016, the Colts will host the Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars, Tennessee Titans, Detroit Lions, Chicago Bears, San Diego Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs, and Pittsburgh Steelers

Suites and Special Events: Watch the Colts try to repeat as AFC South Champions from the best premium seats in Lucas Oil Stadium. A Colts luxury suite at Lucas Oil Stadium can accommodate small or large groups. Whether you are entertaining clients or enjoying a game with friends and family, a Colts luxury box is perfect for any occasion. Colts suites feature HD-TVs, upscale furnishing, premium in-suite catering options, Wi-Fi and a dedicated Colts suite attendant. With your Colts suite you will receive VIP parking and private entry into Lucas Oil Stadium. 

 

The Indianapolis Colts hope to have a Super Bowl caliber season in 2014. They finished 2013 with an 11-5 record and won the AFC South. Quarterback, Andrew Luck will have a new receiver to throw to this season. Former Giant, Hakeem Nicks will play opposite of Reggie Wayne. Wayne who suffered a knee injury during the 2013 season expects to be back in full health in 2014. The Colts will hope to improve their running game with Trent Richardson behind center for an entire season. Coming to Lucas Oil Stadium to play the Colts this season will be the Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars, Tennessee Titans, Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins and the New England Patriots. On the road, the Colts will be traveling to the Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars, Tennessee Titans, Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers, Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants and Denver Broncos. Watch the Colts try to repeat as AFC South Champions from the best seats in Lucas Oil Stadium. Luxury suites at Lucas Oil Stadium can accommodate small or large groups. Whether you are entertaining clients or enjoying a game with friends and family, a luxury box is perfect for any occasion. Colts suites feature private entrances, VIP parking, HD-TVs, upscale furnishing, granite counter tops, premium catering options and access to club lounges.

Indianapolis Colts Suite Prices

How much do Colts suites cost?

Prices typically range from $12,000 -$18,000 for Indianapolis Colts suites. Prices vary based on opponent, day of the week and suite size and location. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at Lucas Oil Stadium can vary widely based on the type of event.

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