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Kansas City Chiefs Suite Prices

How much do Chiefs suites cost?

Kansas City Chiefs suite rentals typically cost between $15,000-$30,000. Prices vary based on opponent, day of the week, and suite location and suite size. Suite prices for concerts and other events at Arrowhead Stadium will vary widely.

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Suite Levels at Arrowhead Stadium

Field Box Suite

18 Tickets
20 Capacity
7 Parking

Located underneath the lower bowl, Field Suites at Arrowhead Stadium accommodate groups of 18-20 guests. Field Suites bring guests close to the action, providing great... MORE

Signature Suite

32 Tickets
7 Parking

Located on the Community America Club Level, Signature Suites are situated at midfield and provide guests with great views of the action. Signature Suites are perfect... MORE

Sideline Select Suite

18 Tickets
26 Capacity
7 Parking

Sideline Select Suites are located on the lower suite level, underneath the lower bowl seating concourse. Sideline Suites are situated on both sidelines and typically... MORE

Club Suite

21 Tickets
27 Capacity
7 Parking

Club Suites are located on on the main Club Concourse above the lower bowl, wrapping around the entirety of the stadium. Club Suites, characterized as Red or Gold,... MORE

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Arrowhead Stadium Event Planning Guide

Suite Experience Group helps customers book Kansas City Chiefs luxury suites at Arrowhead Stadium. In this section we’ve compiled key considerations when planning your next group event in a suite at Arrowhead Stadium:

GROUP SIZE AND NUMBER OF ATTENDEES IN A SUITE

Suites at Arrowhead Stadium vary in size and configuration, typically by suite level. The lower suite level at Arrowhead Stadium is located underneath the lower seating concourse and features two types of suites; Field Boxes, located at each corner of the field and behind each end zone, and, Sideline Suites which located at mid-field. Field Boxes are semi-enclosed private spaces that can 18-24 while the Sideline Suites generally accommodate groups of 18-26. The upper suite level, located on the the CommunityAmerica Club Concourse, features Club Suites and Signature suites. Club Suites typically come with 21-27 tickets although there are some smaller configurations for groups of 11-19. Signature Suites are more spacious and located along the home sideline at mid-field; these suites can accommodate larger groups up to 32. For extra-large groups, Arrowhead Stadium offers a select few larger ‘party’ suites.

BUDGET FOR A SUITE PURCHASE

There is a wide range in suite prices at Arrowhead Stadium. Suite prices will vary based on event (opponent), day of the week, and suite configuration. For most Kansas City Chiefs home games, suites rentals cost between $20,000-$40,000. Third-party events such as concerts, motorsports, or exhibition soccer games can start as low as $7,000 per suite. Suite Experience Group can help you determine which events might fit into your particular budget.

ARROWHEAD STADIUM SUITE CATERING

In-suite catering is available for all suites at Arrowhead Stadium. The menu includes a wide range of food and beverage options provided by Levy Restaurants. Some suites at Arrowhead Stadium will come inclusive of food and beverages while others will offer the option to purchase in-suite catering. The average Suite Experience Group client typically spends between $1,500 and $2,500 per group on in-suite catering, however, catering is not required and there is no catering minimum.

ACCESS TO STADIUM CLUBS

The CommunityAmerica Club Level Concourse at Arrowhead Stadium features an array of clubs/lounge areas in addition to premium food stands and full-service bars. On Club Level, the main clubs ares are: the Tower Club, Club IV, the Foolish Club and the North Club. The club areas are configured similar to cocktail lounges. These Clubs can also be booked for private events upon request.

Additional food options on the Club Concourse include: Kingdom Kitchen, Flame Grill, Kansas City Style Barbeque, and Primo Italian Classics. CommunityAmerica Club Level features nearly 10 full-service cash bars.

Concierge desks are located at each gate of CommunityAmerica Club Level and at Tower Club and North Club.

DRESS CODE IN THE LUXURY SUITES

There is no dress code enforced for suite level at Arrowhead Stadium. Corporate groups will typically be dressed in business casual attire. Most suites at Arrowhead Stadium are climate controlled and have a coat closet for storage. Field Box Suites, while shielded from the elements, are open-air, so be sure to dress accordingly.

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

Children under the age of 3 will not require a suite ticket to enter Arrowhead Stadium. Small strollers are permitted.

PARKING, STADIUM, AND SUITE ACCESS

Parking lots open 5 hours prior to kickoff. Stadium gates will open 2.5 hours before kickoff for suite ticket-holders. VIP Parking Passes (Platinum Passes) are valid in Lot E or Lot M. General admission parking passes can be purchased day-of-game for $40-$60.

DESIGNATED SUITE ENTRANCES

VIP Entrances open 2.5 hours prior to kickoff at the Founder’s Plaza Gate and the Tower Gate. Guests parking on the North side of the stadium (Lot M) should use the Founder’s Plaza Gate while guests parking on the South side of the Stadium (Lot E) will find the Tower Gate most accessible.

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Kansas City Chiefs Suite Prices

How much do Chiefs suites cost?

Kansas City Chiefs suite rentals typically cost between $15,000-$30,000. Prices vary based on opponent, day of the week, and suite location and suite size. Suite prices for concerts and other events at Arrowhead Stadium will vary widely.

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Chiefs Spotlight

While the Kansas City Chiefs’ 2018 season ended just short of the Super Bowl, excitement is at an all-time high going into 2019 with emerging superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes.

Mahomes threw for over 5,000 yards and 50 touchdowns in his first full campaign in the NFL.

In the running game, Carlos Hyde looks to return to the form he showed in San Francisco after signing a free agent deal to join the Chiefs.

Wide receiver Tyreek Hill’s future with the team is in question over an off-the-field issue, but even if Mahomes doesn’t have Hill at his disposal, there are plenty of weapons. Sammy Watkins returns, along with tight end Travis Kelce. And don’t discount a new name or two emerging in head coach Andy Reid’s high-powered offense.

The Chiefs’ defense was a weak point in 2018, as evidenced by New England marching down the field in overtime and winning the AFC Championship on the Chiefs’ turf. In an effort to improve the defensive side of the ball, KC traded their 2019 first round draft pick to Seattle in return for defensive end Frank Clark, who had 13 sacks for the Seahawks last season.

Around $10 million in upgrades are coming to Arrowhead Stadium in time for the 2019 regular season. Upgrades to the video boards, waterproofing, and new seats in the upper deck are all on the agenda. It’s the first renovations at Arrowhead, which is one of the better venues in the NFL to watch a game, in a decade.

On the field, the Chiefs will host and visit division rivals Denver, Oakland, and the Los Angeles Chargers. The other games at Arrowhead will be with Baltimore, Indianapolis, Houston, Green Bay, and Minnesota. Games against non-AFC West opponents on the road are at Jacksonville, Detroit, Tennessee, New England, and Chicago (Sunday night game).

Past Spotlights

The Kansas City Chiefs will look a bit different in 2018, most notably at the quarterback position. The team cleared the path for second year quarterback Patrick Mahomes by trading veteran Alex Smith to the Washington Redskins in the off-season. In last year’s NFL Draft the Chiefs traded up to select Mahomes 10th overall, and one year later he gets his chance to take over as the face of the franchise. Kansas City also traded away Pro Bowl cornerback Marcus Peters to the Los Angeles Rams in the off-season. With a re-tooled roster, the Kansas City Chiefs will look to reach the postseason for the fourth consecutive year in the AFC.

The Chiefs offense has no shortage of dynamic playmakers surrounding Patrick Mahomes. Wide receiver Tyreek Hill and running back Kareem Hunt are two of the most explosive young players in the NFL. Free agent acquisition Sammy Watkins, who signed a 3-year contract in the off-season, will add another target for Mahomes in the passing game. And of course, All-Pro tight end Travis Kelce adds an element to the Chiefs offense that few other teams have. Kelce is a mismatch nightmare for defenses, and he has established himself as one of the elite tight ends in the NFL. With all of the weapons surrounding Mahomes, it will be very exciting to see how quickly he progresses as a starting quarterback. This young and talented Chiefs offense should be one of the most exciting offenses in the league.

Defensively, Kansas City will be led by All-Pro linebacker Justin Houston and All-Pro safety Eric Berry. The two defensive standouts have been staples in the Kansas City defense for years, as has pass rusher Dee Ford. The Chiefs defense slipped a bit in 2017, but expect the defense to regain to its dominant form this season.

Arrowhead Stadium is one of the loudest stadiums in the NFL. In 2018, the Chiefs will host the Oakland Raiders, Los Angeles Chargers, Denver Broncos, San Francisco 49ers, Arizona Cardinals, Jacksonville Jaguars, Baltimore Ravens, and Cincinnati Bengals.

Whether you are entertaining for business or for pleasure, a Chiefs suite at Arrowhead Stadium is a great way to experience the environment of Arrowhead stadium. A Kansas City Chiefs suite will feature HDTVs, Wi-Fi, interior/exterior premium seating, upscale furnishing, a dedicated suite attendant and in-suite catering options. With a Chiefs suite you will receive VIP parking and private entry into Arrowhead Stadium. Arrowhead Stadium features multiple suite levels including the Club Gold suites, Club Red suites and Field Boxes. Field Boxes are located on the field while Club Gold and Club Red suites are located on the Scout Investments Club Level.

The Kansas City Chiefs enter 2017 as the reigning NFC West division champions. Coming off an excellent season with 12 wins, the Chiefs will face a very tough schedule in 2017. Under Head Coach Andy Reid and Quarterback Alex Smith, the Chiefs have built a unique identity of strong defense and possession-oriented offense. While the Chiefs are not known for big plays, they play fantastic defense and run a meticulous short pass oriented offense. The biggest weapon on this Chiefs offense right now is Tight End Travis Kelce. Kelce runs like a receiver and has quickly become Smith's favorite target. Speedster Tyreek Hill emerged last season as a big play threat. Hill lines up all over the field on offense and he is also a great asset in the return game. Running back Jamaal Charles departed in the offseason via free agency, so expect the Chiefs to turn to a running-back-by-committee approach. Both Spencer Ware and Charcandrick West have played this role before. 

In 2017, the Kansas City defense should once again be among the NFL's elite.  Defensive End Dee Ford is a dynamic pass rusher off the edge. His pressure allows a secondary featuring veterans Marcus Peters, Eric Berry, and Ron Parker to play tight coverage. Derrick Johnson is the veteran of this group - he once again led this team in tackles in 2016. If a healthy Justin Houston returns, the Chiefs should have a top 5 scoring defense in 2017.  

Arrowhead Stadium is one of the loudest stadiums in the NFL. In 2017, the Chiefs will host the Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers, Denver Broncos, Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers, Buffalo Bills, Los Angeles Chargers, and Miami Dolphins.

Suites and Special Events:  Whether you are entertaining for business or for pleasure, a Chiefs suite at Arrowhead Stadium is a great way to experience the environment of Arrowhead stadium. A Kansas City Chiefs suite will feature HDTVs, Wi-Fi, interior/exterior premium seating, upscale furnishing, a dedicated suite attendant and in-suite catering options. With a Chiefs suite you will receive VIP parking and private entry into Arrowhead Stadium. Arrowhead Stadium features multiple suite levels including the Club Gold suites, Club Red suites and Field Boxes. Field Boxes are located on the field while Club Gold and Club Red suites are located on the Scout Investments Club Level.

Offense: In 2016, the Kansas City Chiefs had an excellent season in which they won 11 games and made it to the playoffs as a Wild Card.  The Chiefs beat the Houston Texans 30-0 in the Wild Card Round of the Playoffs and then tragically lost to the New England Patriots 27-20 in the Divisional Round.  Under head coach Andy Reid and quarterback Alex Smith the team is looking to go even farther in the playoffs in 2016.  Former 49er and #1 overall pick in the NFL Draft Alex Smith had another steady year in which he threw for 3486 yards and 20 touchdown but the real strength of this offense is in the backfield.  The Chiefs have an embarassment of riches at running back.  Starter Jamaal Charles has rushed for over 1000 yards in every one of his healthy seasons and is expected back after tearing his ACL in 2016.  Backup Charcandrick West took over admirably for Charles when he went down posting almost 900 total yards and 5 touchdowns.  The receiving corps is led by Jeremy Maclin who became only the eighth player in team history to finish with over 1000 yards on the season.  The former Eagle gives the Chiefs a playmaking option on the outside that they have been lacking for a long time.  All Pro Travis Kelce once again turned in an excellent year recording 72 catches, 875 receiving yards and 5 touchdowns.  

Defense: Last year Kansas City ranked third in points allowed per game at a paltry 17.9 and should once again be one of the best units in the NFL.  The major concern though is the health of linebacker Justin Houston who tore his ACL last season.  He is undoubtedly the Chiefs best player and if he can return and be one of the best defensive players in the league once again it will be a big boost to this defense.  Veteran linebacker Tamba Hali was named to his 5th Pro Bowl after a season in which he had 48 tackles, 6.5 sacks and two forced fumbles.  The Chiefs secondary is highlighted by Pro Bowlers Eric Berry and sophomore Marcus Peters.  Eric Berry was one of the feel good stories in the league last year after he beat Hodgkins Lymphoma and played one of his best professional seasons.  He finished with 2 interceptions, 61 tackles and 12 passes defended.  During Marcus Peter's rookie season, the University of Washington product was one of the best cornerbacks in the NFL.  He led the chiefs with 8 interceptions and 26 passes defended while recording 60 tackles.

Schedule: Arrowhead Stadium is one of the loudest stadiums in the entire NFL and this advantage led to the Chiefs going 6-2 at home last season. In 2016, the Chiefs will host the Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers, Denver Broncos, Seattle Seahawks, Green Bay Packers, New York Jets, New Orleans Saints, Jacksonville Jaguars, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Tenessee Titans. 

Suites and Special Events:  Whether you are entertaining for business or for pleasure, a Chiefs suite at Arrowhead Stadium is perfect for any occasion. A Kansas City Chiefs suite will feature HDTVs, Wi-Fi, interior/exterior premium seating, upscale furnishing, a dedicated suite attendant and in-suite catering options. With a Chiefs suite you will receive VIP parking and private entry into Arrowhead Stadium. Arrowhead Stadium features multiple suite levels including the Club Gold suites, Club Red suites and Field Boxes. Field Boxes are located on the field while Club Gold and Club Red suites are located on the Scout Investments Club Level.  In 2016, Kansas City will welcome the Guns N Roses and the Kenny Chesney & Miranda Lambert concert tours.