Indianapolis Colts Suites

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

Indianapolis Colts Suite Prices and Details

How much do Indianapolis Colts suites cost?

A luxury suite for an Indianapolis Colts game will cost between $12,000-$30,000. This price depends on the opponent, team performance, day of the week and suite size and location. Mini Suites could be below that price range however. Lower Level Suites typically cost more than an Upper Level Suite.

How many guests can fit in a Colts suite?

The Colts offer 3 type of single game suites, most of them accommodating 19-30 guests. All of the suites are private to your group. Mini Suites are the smallest and will hold 8-12 people. Lower Level Suites can fit a party of 19-29 and Upper Level Suites can hold as many as 30 guests.

Suite Levels at Lucas Oil Stadium

Mini Suite

8 Tickets
2 Parking
Catering Available

Loge Suite

19-21 Tickets
5 Parking
Catering Available

Field Suite

21 Tickets
5 Parking
Catering Available

Lower Suite

19-21 Tickets
5 Parking
Catering Available

Lucas Oil Stadium Event Planning Guide

Catering

With a Colts suite rental, in-suite catering is available to purchase. Guests can pre-order at their discretion from the suite menu. Most suites do not include catering. On average, clients spend about $100 per person on food and alcohol, however, there is no catering minimum and it is optional.

Parking and Transportation

Lucas Oil Stadium has over 72,000 public parking spaces surrounding the stadium. Cost of parking at stadium could range from $10-$100 depending on the lot and event. If you've purchased a Colts suite, you would have been given a limited amount of passes in the premium lot closest to the venue.

Safety and Well-being

Lucas Oil Stadium has introduced a number of new procedures to help keep their venue safe and healthy for all fans for the up-coming NFL season. Temperature checks, designated entry and exit gates, built-in 6 foot distancing parameters, and Plexiglass shields featured at all service stations are... MORE

Budget

If you're attending a Indianapolis Colts game in a suite, you'll want to budget $2,000 - $3,500 worth of catering to your suite cost. The cost for a Colts suite rental could be between $11,500-$22,500. You'll want to factor any additional parking passes or Colts souvenirs you may purchase.

Dress Code

Indianapolis Colts suites are climate-controlled for your comfort. For those who arrive in winter clothing, most suites will have a coat closet. If you’re attending a Colts game in a suite as part of a corporate event, it may be best to wear business casual attire. It's ok to wear fan gear as... MORE

Venue Bag Policy

The Colts follow the NFL's Clear Bag policy. Bags must be clear and do not exceed 12" x 6" x 12." Small clutch bags, approximately the size of a hand, with or without a handle or strap can be taken into the stadium with one of the clear plastic bags. One-gallon clear plastic freezer bag will be ok.

Entrances

There are four main entrances to Lucas Oil Stadium: Lucas Oil Gate (North), Huntington Bank Gate (West), Colts Gate (South) and Verizon Gate (East). The gates for a Colts game are open to the public two hours prior to kickoff. Once inside, your Colts suite is ready for your arrival.

Child Ticket Policy

At Lucas Oil Stadium, children 24 months or younger do NOT need a ticket, provided they sit on the lap of their parent or guardian. Any child older than that will need a ticket, even if in a suite. Children are allowed on the suite level, there is no age requirement to be in a Colts suite.

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Colts Spotlight

Current NFL Season

Big additions on both sides of the ball has the 2020 Indianapolis Colts looking like Super Bowl contenders. Defensively, the Colts are trending up after acquiring DT DeForest Buckner in the offseason. Buckner teams up with Justin Houston to on the defensive line and new Colts cornerback, Xavier Rhodes, strengthens the secondary. On the offensive side of the ball, the Colts signed QB Philip Rivers. Rivers reunites with head coach Frank Reich from the days Reich was the Chargers offensive coordinator. The Colts will be surrounding Rivers with playmakers like TY Hilton and Marlon Mack. In the draft, the Colts boosted their offense further by selecting RB Jonathan Taylor and WR Michael Pittman. With the AFC South up for grabs, the Colts seem to be the team ready to take it.

While there is a good time waiting no matter where you sit inside Lucas Oil Stadium, a Colts suite tops them... MORE

Past Spotlights

The Colts' 2019-20 season took a turn for the unexpected with franchise QB Andrew Luck announcing his retirement during the preseason. Fortunately for the Indianapolis Colts, backup QB Jacoby Brissett has proven to be a capable NFL starter. Brissett will look to return the Colts to the playoffs this year. Last season, after a slow start, the Colts won nine of their final 10 regular season games, earning a Wild Card berth in the AFC playoffs. The Colts beat the Houston Texans 21-7 in the Wild Card Round and then fell to the Kansas City Chiefs 31-13. 

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 as the Colts' head coach.

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 the Carolina Panthers a 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 has grown 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. Lucas Oil Stadium has also overhauled it's WiFi 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).

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.

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