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Miami Dolphins Suite Prices

How much do Dolphins suites cost?

Prices typically range from $13,500-$50,000 for Miami Dolphins suites. Prices vary based on opponent, day of the week, and suite level/location. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at Hard Rock Stadium can vary widely based on the type of event.

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Suite Levels at Hard Rock Stadium

Signature Sideline Suite

20 Tickets
26 Capacity
4 Parking

A Signature Sideline suite will include 20 suite tickets with an option to purchase additional tickets. Signature Sidelines suites were renovated in 2017 and now... MORE

Signature Mezzanine Sideline Suite

14 Tickets
18 Capacity
4 Parking

Mezzanine Suites are located on the higher of the two main suite levels at Hard Rock Stadium. Mezzanine suites are smaller in square footage, comfortably accommodating... MORE

Red Zone Suite

20 Tickets
26 Capacity
4 Parking

Red Zone Suites occupy portions of both main suite levels and are located behind each end zone. Red Zone Suites were all recently renovated to include new seats,... MORE

The Nine Suite

16 Tickets
20 Capacity
4 Parking

The Nine Suites are the most exclusive private suite option at Hard Rock Stadium. These suites are located at mid-field in the lower bowl. Nine suite guests will have... MORE

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Hard Rock Stadium Event Planning Guide

Suite Experience Group helps clients to organize corporate and personal events in private luxury boxes at Hard Rock Stadium. Below you will find key details to consider when planning your group event at Hard Rock Stadium.


Hard Rock Stadium features two main suite levels; the Signature Sideline suite level and the Mezzanine suite level. The levels are stacked directly on top of one another; the lower level consists of Signature Sideline suites that can accommode groups up to 26 guests, while the upper suite level consists of Signature Mezzanine Suites that are slightly smaller in size, accommodating groups of 14-18 guests. Red Zone suites occupy portions of both suite levels and are located behind each end zone; these suites can also accomodate up to 26 guests. The most exclusive suite option at Hard Rock Stadium will be The Nine suites; Each of The Nine suites, located right above the lower bowl at mid-field, can comfortably accommodate 16-20 guests. Stadium renovations in 2017 also added more premium spaces for smaller groups. The Atos Club and Ford Field Club consist of 14 four-person loge boxes with recliner seats located on field level behind each end zone. On the Mezzanine Level, Theatre Boxes were added on the four end zone corners, providing a semi-private premium experience for groups numbering 4 to 8. For extra large groups (30+), the LIFEWTR and LIV lounges located behind each end zone provide a unique shared premium experience.


The price range for private luxury boxes at Hard Rock Stadium varies depending on the event, suite location, and suite capacity. Dolphins games typically range in price from $15,000-$50,000, while major events like the Orange Bowl can cost $45,000 and up. Suites for the University of Miami football games will be considerably less expensive, generally ranging from $7,000-$15,000. Prices for private suites at Super Bowl LIV will be in excess of $200,0000. 


All suites at Hard Rock Stadium have the option to purchase premium in-suite catering. Suite catering at Hard Rock Stadium is provided by Centerplate. Guests can choose from popular packages (both food and beverage) or order a la carte. Pre-orders are generally placed 5 business days before the event. Alternatively, every suite will be serviced by a suite attendant who can take food and beverage orders throughout the game. Centerplate issues a unique suites catering menu every season.


Suite ticketholders will have access to the Club Level at Hard Rock Stadium. The Club Level underwent a $50M renovation in 2017; it now features an extra-wide concourse designed beautifully with seating and lounge spaces, bars, and concessions. The Club Level features over 800 HDTV's, and, most importantly, air conditioning. In addition to the main Club Level, Hard Rock Stadium features a handful of other private clubs for guests holding the right ticket:

72 Club: This club is available to select ticketholders (regular seats or Living Room Box seats) located in the lower bowl. Ticketholders with 72 Club access will have all-inclusive food and beverage in a shared club space in addition to complimentary in-seat service. The sideline seats for 72 club ticketholders are extra wide featuring more legroom. 

Atos Club: Available to field level loge box ticketholders in the East end zone. This is an all-inclusive lounge area shared by all 14 East end zone loges. The Atos Club also provides access to the players tunnel.

Ford Field Club: The Ford Field Club is the West end zone's counterpart to the Atos Club. The Ford Field Club is also an all-inclusive private club area providing access to the players tunnel.

Hyundai Club: Private club area available to select Hyundai Club ticketholders who will also have an extra-wide (and padded) seats on the sideline in the lower bowl. The Hyundai Club features a massive bar and upscale buffet station. The Hyundai Club also provides complimentary in-suite service.


Patrons in luxury suites will be wearing a variety of clothing from jerseys and casual attire to business professional attire. There is no right or wrong answer for suite attire, so dress as you please.   


Most private luxury suites at Hard Rock Stadium will come with an allotment of VIP parking passes near stadium entrances. The parking lots at Hard Rock Stadium were redesigned in 2017 to minimize congestion. Parking lots will open 4 hours prior to the start of Dolphins games. VIP parking passes will generally be valid in the Black and Maroon lots. For guests using ride-sharing to get to the stadium, there is a pick-up and drop-off point located at Gate 4.


Children under the age of 2 will not require a ticket.


Gates at Hard Rock Stadium will open 2 hours prior to Miami Dolphins games and 90 minutes prior to Miami Hurricanes games. Parking lots will open 4 hours prior to the game. All Suite Tickets will include entrance into the suite area for at least 90 minutes before the game and up to one hour after the game. All fans entering Hard Rock Stadium will go through a metal detector screening, The NFL has implemented a policy that patrons must bring all their items in bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC that does not exceed 12" x 6" x 12."

Miami Dolphins Suite Prices

How much do Dolphins suites cost?

Prices typically range from $13,500-$50,000 for Miami Dolphins suites. Prices vary based on opponent, day of the week, and suite level/location. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at Hard Rock Stadium can vary widely based on the type of event.

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Dolphins Spotlight

Since 2009, the Miami Dolphins have won between six and eight games every season except in 2016, when they won 10 and made the playoffs.

Adam Gase was hired before the 2016 season with the task of turning Ryan Tannehill into a long-term franchise quarterback. Tannehill was making good progress in Gase’s first season, going 8-5 until injuries forced him to miss the rest of the season, all of 2017, and five games last season.

Along with firing Gase, Dolphins general manager Chris Grier shipped Tannehill and a sixth-round draft pick to Tennessee, and in return got a seventh-rounder this year and a fourth-round pick in 2020.

Veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick was brought in to hold down the fort, so it stands to reason that Miami will look for their next potential quarterback of the future in this month’s NFL Draft, where they hold the 13th-overall pick.

Brian Flores is the new head coach. Flores was the linebackers coach in New England, but he was the unofficial defensive coordinator under Bill Belichick for the defending Super Bowl champs.

Flores’ stock is high after engineering a game plan that held the high-powered Los Angeles Rams offense without a touchdown in the Super Bowl. He inherits some solid defensive players like Kiko Alonso and Xavien Howard, but Miami’s sack leaders from 2018 – Robert Quinn (6.5) and Cameron Wake (6) – are both gone.

Offensively, Kenyan Drake will be leaned on to carry the load at running back after the departure of Frank Gore, while a solid receiving corps of Kenny Stills, DeVante Parker, and Albert Wilson all return from 2018.

Hard Rock Stadium is going into its fourth season after a massive renovation that reduced seating capacity and added covering over much of the spectator area. The concession areas were also given a makeover with the inclusion of several local flavors – including Shula’s: a famous steakhouse owned by legendary former Dolphins coach Don Shula. The stadium will be hosting the Super Bowl at the end of this upcoming season (a record 11th for the South Florida region), along with the College Football Playoff Championship Game in 2021.

Miami’s 2019 schedule ranks as the 18th-most difficult by CBS Sports. It features seven games against 2018 playoff teams and includes two matchups each with the defending champion Patriots, Buffalo Bills, and New York Jets. Other opponents coming to Hard Rock Stadium are: Cincinnati, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Washington, and the Los Angeles Chargers. The rest of the road slate includes games at Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Dallas, Indianapolis, and the New York Giants.

Past Spotlights

2018 is an important season for the Miami Dolphins, and specifically, quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Tannehill will return at quarterback for the first time since 2016. The Dolphins were able to salvage last season by coaxing veteran quarterback Jay Cutler out of retirement. Cutler, however, is not the long-term solution at quarterback. The Dolphins desperately need a healthy season from Tannehill; this season will be make-or-break for Tannehill and his future with the team. Can Ryan Tannehill become the franchise quarterback the Dolphins thought he was after drafting him 8th overall in 2012? Head coach Adam Gase enters Year 3 of his contract. Gase is young, energetic, and has a prominent offensive pedigree. The Dolphins are optimistic that Gase can turn their ship around. The Miami Dolphins added several players in the offseason to fill important voids; At wide receiver, the Dolphins signed former New England Patriots receiver Danny Amendola along former Kansas City Chiefs receiver Albert Wilson, one of the fastest players in the NFL. Amendola and Wilson will team up with rising wide receiver Devante Parker as Tannehill’s primary targets. The Dolphins no longer have running back Jay Ajayi, but the emergence of running back Kenyan Drake should have Dolphins fans excited. Drake will team up with the resilient Frank Gore to form what should be a strong running game.

On defense, the Miami Dolphins partially negated the loss of Ndamukong Suh by trading for Los Angeles Rams defensive end Robert Quinn. The Dolphins defense has a lot to prove in 2018. Overall team success will depend on how well this defense can hold up.

Suites and Special Events: Luxury suites at the recently renovated Hard Rock Stadium include VIP parking passes, club/lounge access, and the option to purchase premium in-suite catering. Suite ticket-holders can also use private stadium entrances. Hard Rock Stadium luxury boxes will provide you with the perfect setting for business entertainment or even a family/friends outing. Suite rentals are also available for non-NFL events at Hard Rock Stadium. In 2018, Hard Rock Stadium will host The Orange Bowl (NCAAF) as well as three concerts; the Eagles, Taylor Swift and Beyoncé and Jay-Z.

The 2017 Miami Dolphins are ready to take over the AFC East and dethrone the New England Patriots. Head coach Adam Gase made it clear at the NFL Draft that the Dolphins will be a better defensive team. The Dolphins first three picks went to defensive players including OLB Charles Harris, ILB Raikwon McMillan and CB Cordrea Tankersley. The Dolphins already have a strong defensive presence with stars like Cameron Wake, Ndamukong Suh and Kiko Alonso. To add to this group, the Dolphins also signed MLB Lawrence Timmons in free agency.

Offensively, the Dolphins are led by their quarterback, Ryan Tannehill. Tannehill expects to be fully healthy in 2017 after spending the offseason recovering from an ACL and MCL injury. Running back Jay Ajai had a breakout season for the Dolphins. In a trade, the Dolphins got TE Julius Thomas from the Jacksonville Jaguars. At wide receiver, the Dolphins will suit up Jarvis Landry, Kenny Stills and DeVante Parker.

The 2017 home opponents for the Miami Dolphins include an in-state rival game versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New Orleans Saints, Tennessee Titans, New York Jets, Oakland Raiders, Denver Broncos, New England Patriots on Monday Night Football and the Buffalo Bills on New Year’s Eve.

Suites and Special Events: Rent a Dolphins suite on a game-by-game basis. A Miami Dolphins luxury suite includes VIP parking, premium in-suite catering options, a climate-controlled environment, HDTVs, a dedicated Dolphins suite attendant. Guests will also receive private entry into Hard Rock Stadium. Hard Rock Stadium luxury boxes will provide you with the perfect setting whether that’s for business entertainment or going to a Dolphins game with friends and family. Suite rentals are available for non-NFL events at Hard Rock Stadium as well. In 2017, Hard Rock Stadium will feature U2, Metallica, the International Champions Cup (Juventus FC vs. Paris Saint-Germain FC), El Clasico (Real Madrid vs. FC Barcelona) and Coldplay.

Offense: 2015 did not go quite as well as the Miami Dolphins hoped, the team only won 6 games. This year the Dolphins believe they have the potential to win the NFC South behind young quarterback Ryan Tannehill. While Tannehill did not have his best season last year the 27 year old still played well enough to throw for over 4,000 yards and score 25 touchdowns. One of the biggest reasons Tannehill was able to achieve those numbers was wide receiver Jarvis Landry. Landry caught 110 passes for 1,157 receiving yards and set the all-time record for most catches in a player’s first two seasons. Both Landry and Tannehill should benefit from being able to work with first round pick Laremy Tunsil. Tunsil should provide Tannehill with plenty of time to get the ball to his talented wideout. Newly signed Arian Foster will love running behind the huge left tackle as well. With the Foster addition the Dolphins have the talent to be one of the most potent offenses in the league. 

Defense: After signing All-Pro nose tackle Ndamokong Suh the Dolphins had the potential to become one of the best defenses in the league. Even though Suh himself had a good year finishing with 61 tackles, 6 sacks and 11 tackles for loss the Miami defense didn’t quite play up to their potential. In 2016 the Dolphins believe their defense will be much improved especially because middle linebacker Reshad Jones showed that he is one of the best young middle linebackers in the NFL. Jones had one of the most impressive statistical lines of any player in the NFL last year as he recorded 135 tackles, 6 tackles for loss, 2 sacks and 5 interceptions. The Dolphins also traded for Philadelphia Eagles middle linebacker Kiko Alonso, so fans should expect a very athletic and versatile defense in 2016.

Schedule: In 2016, the Dolphins will host the Buffalo Bills, New England Patriots, Cleveland Browns, Tennessee Titans, Pittsburgh Steelers, New York Jets, Arizona Cardinals and San Francisco 49ers.

Suites and Special Events: Rent a Dolphins suite on a game-by-game basis. A Miami Dolphins luxury suite includes VIP parking, premium in-suite catering options, a climate-controlled environment, HDTVs, a dedicated Dolphins suite attendant and private entry into Sun Life Stadium. With a Dolphins suite fans will get the ultimate game day experience. Whether you are entertaining clients or employees or friends and family, a Dolphins suite at New Miami Stadium provides the perfect setting for any occasion. New Miami Stadium will also be hosting Miami Hurricanes home games.