Jacksonville Jaguars Suites

TIAA Bank Field, Jacksonville, FL

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Jacksonville Jaguars Suite Prices

How much do Jaguars suites cost?

Jacksonville Jaguars suites prices generally range from $8,500 - $16,000 per game depending on team performance, opponent, day of the week, and suite location.

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Suite Levels at TIAA Bank Field

East Club Suite

20 Tickets
24 Capacity
4 Parking

East Club Suites are located on the main suite level on the Jacksonville Jaguars sideline. There are 39 East Club Suites in total; most suites will accommodate groups... MORE

West Club Suite

20 Tickets
24 Capacity
4 Parking

West Club Suites are located are two levels on the visitors sideline. Most West Club Suites will accommodate groups of 20-24 guests. Suite rentals come with VIP... MORE

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TIAA Bank Field Event Planning Guide

Suite Experience Group (SEG) provides access to single-event luxury suites at TIAA Bank Field. In this section we’ve compiled key considerations when planning your next group event in a suite at TIAA Bank Field:

GROUP SIZE AND NUMBER OF ATTENDEES IN A SUITE

Suites at TIAA Bank Field can vary slightly in size and configuration. There are two main suite types – East Club Level Suites and West Club Level Suites – located on the east and west side of the stadium respectively – and most of these suites will accommodate groups of 20-24 guests. Suites typically feature two rows of cushioned stadium-style seats overlooking the field in addition to barstool seats arranged at high-top tables. All suites feature enough seating (with field views) for 20 guests.

BUDGET FOR A SUITE PURCHASE

There is a wide range in suite prices for events at TIAA Bank Field. Private suite rentals for Jacksonville Jaguars home games typically cost between $8,000-$16,000 depending on team performance, opponent, day of the week, and suite location. Suites for preseason football games can be priced as low as $2,500 and suites for college football games will typically cost around $10,000 depending on matchup.

Suite prices for third-party events such as Supercross, Monster Jam, or exhibition soccer games typically range from $3,000-$8,000.

TIAA BANK FIELD SUITE CATERING

In-suite catering is available for all suites at TIAA Bank Field. The menu includes a wide range of food and beverage options provided by Delaware North Sportservice. Most suites rentals for TIAA Bank Field will not include catering in the base price of the suite, so be sure to allocate additional budget to have the suite catered. The average SEG client in a suite at TIAA Bank Field spends between $1,500-$2,500 on in-suite catering, however, there is no required minimum spend.

ACCESS TO STADIUM CLUBS

There are two main stadium clubs at TIAA Bank Field; the East Club and the West Club, each located on their respective sides of the stadium along the 50-yard lines. Clubs feature cash bars and upgraded food options along with plenty of lounge seating and space to mingle. Suite ticketholders have access to both the East Club and the West Club as well as all general concourse areas.

East Club – located on the East side of the stadium (Jaguars Sideline), this two-level Club offers premium seating and lounge space with full-service bars and food options for suite patrons. The East Club features a walkout patio at midfield with a full-service outdoor bar.  

West Club – located on the West side of the stadium (Visitors’ Sideline) this two-level Club offers premium seating and lounge space with full-service bars and food options for suite patrons. The West Club also features a walkout patio at midfield with a full-service outdoor bar.  

DRESS CODE IN THE LUXURY SUITES

There is no dress code at TIAA Bank Field. If you are attending a corporate event, guests will likely be dressed in business casual attire. However, in the midday Florida heat, most patrons will wear casual weather-appropriate attire. Luxury suites at TIAA Bank Field are climate-controlled (with windows shut. Wall-mounted fans keep the suite cool when the retractable glass windows are open.

NFL CLEAR BAG POLICY

The NFL has implemented a policy that patrons must bring all their items in bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12" x 6" x 12." Read the full policy here.

CHILD TICKET POLICY

Every person, regardless of age, is required to have a valid ticket to enter the stadium. For children under 34 inches tall, a “lap pass ticket” can be obtained (free of cost) in advance of, or at the game, by contacting the Ticket Office (physical location between gates 2 and 3).

TRANSPORTATION AND PARKING

TIAA Bank Field has 10+ parking lots in close vicinity to the stadium. VIP Parking Passes are typically valid in the D, J, M, and N lots. Check your pass for specific directions. There are two designated ride-share pick-up points:

East side of stadium: Parker Street

West side of stadium: A. Phillip Randolph BLVD near Lot V

DESIGNATED SUITE ENTRANCES

VIP Entrances are located at the East Club Gate and the West Club Gate.

STADIUM AND SUITE ACCESS

All parking lots will open 4 hours prior to kickoff.

The East and West Club Gates will open 2 hours before kick-off for suite ticketholders.

To access the suite level, guests must enter the designated Club (East or West) and take the elevator to the suite level. Guests can also use the stairs/escalator to get up to the clubs first level and then take the elevator up to the suites.

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS?

Please visit our general Frequently Asked Questions page. Also feel free to Contact Us as we are always happy to assist you.

Jacksonville Jaguars Suite Prices

How much do Jaguars suites cost?

Jacksonville Jaguars suites prices generally range from $8,500 - $16,000 per game depending on team performance, opponent, day of the week, and suite location.

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Jaguars Spotlight

Only one year removed from an appearance in the AFC Championship Game, the Jacksonville Jaguars did some roster retooling and feel like they’re ready to compete in 2019.

The Jaguars finally parted ways with Blake Bortles after several up-and-down seasons and signed free agent Nick Foles to replace him at quarterback. Foles was a hero in Philadelphia the past two seasons, coming in as a replacement each time to lead them to the playoffs, along with a Super Bowl title two years ago.

Alfred Blue joins Leonard Fournette in the backfield, while Keelan Kole, Dede Westbrook, and Chris Conley (who comes in from Kansas City), along with second-round draft pick Josh Oliver at tight end, give Foles plenty of passing options.

The Jags received a bit of luck on draft day, as the New York Giants passed on Josh Allen out of Kentucky. Jags head of personnel Tom Coughlin accepted this gift and drafted the sackmaster with the seventh-overall pick. With Allen, the Jags defense could return to their 2017 “Sacksonville” level of greatness.

Jags owner Shad Khan said this offseason that TIAA Bank Field needs to be upgraded, and a major renovation could be in store soon. This comes on the heels of video scoreboard upgrades, a renovation of the premium seating club space, and the spa and entertainment deck in the north end zone. There’s also talk of a roof concept that could even be accomplished by drones on gamedays, with Khan referring to a concept he saw regarding the upcoming World Cup in Qatar.

On the field, the Jags hope to topple AFC South rivals Indianapolis, Houston, and Tennessee in their six games against them in 2019. Other home games include matchups with Kansas City, New Orleans, the New York Jets, Tampa Bay, and Los Angeles Chargers. Non-division road contests include games at Denver, Carolina, Cincinnati, Oakland, and Atlanta.

Past Spotlights

Fresh off their first playoff appearance in 10 years, the Jacksonville Jaguars are looking to build upon a fantastic 2017 season. The culture has changed in Jacksonville under the leadership of head coach Doug Marrone and team president Tom Coughlin. Last season, the Jaguars won the AFC South and made a deep playoff run before losing to the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship game. The Jaguars have re-built their franchise starting with defense. Jacksonville features an elite defense capable of stifling even the league’s best offenses. Defensive back Jalen Ramsey had a breakout season in 2017; Ramsey sets the tone of this defense with his confidence and aggressive play. Quarterback Blake Bortles was signed to a 3-year, $54M contract extension in the offseason. Bortles’ performance has been good, but the Jags offense will always rely on a heavy dose of Leonard Fournette running the football. The Jaguars added All-Pro guard Andrew Norwell in the offseason. Norwell solidifies an already strong offensive line.

The Jaguars will advance as far as their elite defense can take them. A defensive line featuring Calais Campbell, Cam Fowler, Marcel Dareus and Yannick Ngakoue is the best unit in the league. Cornerbacks A.J. Bouye and Jalen Ramsey are both coming off Pro Bowl seasons. The Jaguars play aggressive, opportunistic defense – in 2017, the Jags led the league in turnovers and defensive scoring.

Suites and Special Events: Luxury Suites at TIAA Bank Field feature HDTV's, lounge seating and a bar/kitchenette. Suites come with VIP Parking Passes, and exclusive access to VIP clubs throughout the stadium. TIAA Bank Field will also host an NCAAF game between the Georgia Bulldogs and Florida Gators in October, 2018.

The 2017 Jacksonville Jaguars know the AFC South is up for grabs and the Jaguars are looking to come out on top. The Jaguars are changing the culture in the front office this year. For starters, they have Doug Marrone taking over as head coach. Returning to the Jaguars organization is Tom Coughlin. Coughlin was the first head coach in franchise history and now comes back to be Executive Vice President of Football Operations.

In the NFL Draft, the Jaguars selected running back Leonard Fournette with the fourth overall pick. Fournette is expected to give this offense a spark. Blake Bortles is looking to rebound from a year ago. Bortles will have some excellent weapons surrounding in WR Allen Robinson and TE Marcedes Lewis.

Defensively, the Jaguars signed two big free agents to really strengthen their young defense. Former Arizona Cardinals DE, Calais Campbell is a player the Jaguars will expect to get to the quarterback and disrupt plays. Former Houston Texans CB A.J. Bouye comes in to be a shutdown cornerback. Jalen Ramsey will be the other part of this dynamic duo in the secondary. Malik Jackson was the Jaguars best all-around defensive player a year ago and Yannick Ngakoue led the team in sacks.

The 2017 Jacksonville Jaguars home opponents will include the Tennessee Titans, Baltimore Ravens, Los Angeles Rams, Cincinnati Bengals, Los Angeles Chargers, Indianapolis Colts, Seattle Seahawks and the Houston Texans.

Suites and Special Events: Luxury Suites at EverBank Field offer all the top of the line amenities that you would expect out of the premium seating. A Jaguars luxury box features with HDTV's, VIP Parking Passes, exclusive access to VIP clubs throughout the stadium, customizable catering options and luxurious furnishings. Suite rentals for the Jacksonville Jaguars will also be climate-controlled for your comfort. EverBank Field will be hosting more than just Jaguars games in 2017. Coming to EverBank Field this year include the TaxSlayer Bowl and the Georgia Bulldogs vs Florida Gators football game.

Offense: In 2015, the Jacksonville Jaguars finished only 5-11 despite strong contributions by quarterback Blake Bortles and receivers Allen Robinson and Allen Hurn.  This season the Jaguars will likely blow that record out of the water.  Bortles finished the season second in total touchdown passes and looks like a future star because of his mobility and arm strength.  He also has two incredible weapons at the wide receiver spots.  Allen Robinson and Allen Hurn were the only pair of wide receivers to both record over 1,000 yards and 10 touchdowns on the year.  The former Nittany Lion, Allen Robinson, was also named to the Pro Bowl after his dominant second season.  In the offseason the Jags added running back Chris Ivory and left tackle Kelvin Beachum to shore up a running attack that was severly lacking in 2015.  Former Alabama star Tj Yeldon and Ivory will compete for the lion's share of touches and Head Coach Gus Bradley believes that between the two of them the Jags will have a productive running attack.

Defense: Last season the Jaguars really struggled on defense so to improve the defense the team signed former Bronco Malik Jackson and former Brown Tashaun Gipson.  Jackson was widely considered the best defensive player on the market and his ability at defensive tackle will likely change the entire look of this defense.  While Tashaun Gipson was hurt much of last year he played at a Pro Bowl level in 2013 and 2014 and the Jaguars believe that he'll be able to work his way back to that All-Pro level.  In the Draft the Jaguars really helped themselves on defense.  They used the Fifth pick in the 2016 NFL Draft on Florida State star Jalen Ramsey who will apply his electric athleticism and make an impact somewhere in the secondary.  With their second round pick the Jags selected Myles Jack a linebacker out of UCLA who was considered a top-ten talent until he tore his ACL at the beginning of the season.  With the influx of talent through free agency and the draft the Jaguars could potentially make the jump from league bottomfeeder to a playoff team.

Schedule: In 2016, the Jaguars will host the Green Bay Packers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Cincinatti Bengals, Baltimore Ravens, Indianapolis Colts, Oakland Raiders, Houston Texans, Denver Broncos, Minnesota Vikings and Tennessee Titans.

Suites and Special Events: Luxury Suites at Everbank Field offer all the top of the line amenities that you would expect out of the premium seating.  Suites come with HDTV's, VIP Parking Passes, insider access to VIP clubs throughout the stadium, customizable catering options and luxurious furnishings. Everbank field will host the Taxslayer Bowl, Georgia Bulldogs vs Florida Gators and Navy Midshipmen vs Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football college footballs.