Miami Dolphins Suites

Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL

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Upcoming Events

  • Miami Dolphins vs. Cincinnati Bengals

    Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens FL
    2 Suites Available
    From $12,000 to $15,000
    from $12,000

  • Miami Dolphins vs. Kansas City Chiefs

    Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens FL
    2 Suites Available
    From $14,668 to $30,000
    from $14,668

  • Miami Dolphins vs. New England Patriots

    Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens FL
    2 Suites Available
    From $11,000 to $15,000
    from $11,000

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Latest Covid-19 / Coronavirus Updates

SEG is constantly reviewing guidance from professional leagues, teams, venues, and government agencies, and will help you navigate these uncertain times.

The SEG 100% Guarantee

  • 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.
  • Some listings are further protected by a Flexible Refund Policy which allows you to receive a full refund for any reason as long as you contact us at least 21 days prior to the event date.

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

Miami Dolphins Suite Prices and Details

How much do Miami 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.

How many guests can fit in a Dolphins suite?

Most Miami Dolphins suites will accommodate groups of 14-26 people. Signature Suites and Red Zone Suites will be some of the largest in Hard Rock Stadium. In some cases, Red Zone Suites can be combined to hold larger parties. The Nine Suites, located closest to the field, will hold 16-20 guests.

Suite Levels at Hard Rock Stadium

Signature Sideline Suite

20 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

Signature Mezzanine Sideline Suite

14 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

Red Zone Suite

20 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

The Nine Suite

16 Tickets
4 Parking
Food & Beverage Included

Hard Rock Stadium Event Planning Guide

Catering

In-suite catering is available to purchase for all Miami Dolphins single-game suite rentals. Catering can be placed in advance or during any Dolphins game. Suite catering is provided by Centerplate Catering; the extensive PDF menu features food and beverage packages along with a la carte items.

Parking and Transportation

Miami Dolphins suite rentals come with several VIP parking passes. Suite parking lots are typically the Black Lot and Maroon Lot. These VIP Lots will open 4 hours prior to Miami Dolphins home games. For guests using ride-share, there is a pick-up and drop-off point at Gate 4.

Safety and Well-being

Hard Rock Stadium is the first public facility that has received the Global Biorisk Advisory Council's STAR accreditation, which is the standard used for facilities to control and mitigate corona virus risks. The stadium's mock-up plan for the 2020 NFL season features social distancing measures.

Budget

Miami Dolphins single-game suite rentals will cost between $10,000-$30,000 depending on opponent, day of the week, suite type and suite size, and prior to catering expenses. A private suite for most home games will cost around $15,0000. Games against rivals or marquee opponents and weeknight games... MORE

Club Access

Miami Dolphins suite ticket holders will have full access to the recently renovated Club Level at Hard Rock Stadium. Club Level features an upgraded concourse with lounge seating, full-service bars, enhanced concession stands and private restrooms. Club Level also features over 800 HDTVs, and, most... MORE

Dress Code

There is no formal dress code for Miami Dolphins suites. Most suite patrons will dress casually, often in team-branded apparel. If you're attending a Dolphins suite with a corporate group, clarify dress expectations with the host prior to your event. Miami Dolphins suites are individually... MORE

Venue Bag Policy

Miami Dolphins suite ticket holders must adhere to the NFL's Clear Bag Policy at Hard Rock Stadium. The policy states that bags must be clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and cannot exceed 12" x 6" x 12". Backpacks, coolers, and luggage are not permitted inside of Hard Rock Stadium. Note, Hard Rock Stadium... MORE

Entrances

Miami Dolphins suite ticket holders can enter Hard Rock Stadium via any of the suite holder / VIP entrances located around the stadium. VIP Entrances open 2 hours prior to Miami Dolphins games.

Child Ticket Policy

Children 2 years of age or under will not require a separate ticket for admission if they are attending a Miami Dolphins game in a suite. Suites provide families with young children a private and secure space. Dolphins suites are a great alternative to general admission group seating.

Additional Questions?

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Dolphins Spotlight

Current NFL Season

The Miami Dolphins are set out to surprise the AFC East. In 2020, the Dolphins spent the offseason making big improvements that could help speed up the rebuilding process. While fans are most excited for their future quarterback, Tua Tagovailoa, the Dolphins also added running backs Jordan Howard and Matt Breida. With a much stronger offensive line this season, Ryan Fitzpatrick or Tagovailoa will have more opportunities to find DeVante Parker and Preston Williams in the end zone.

Head coach Brian Flores is a defensive minded football coach, so he made sure not to forget bolstering the defense. The Dolphins signed CB Bryon Jones, making Jones the highest-paid cornerback in the NFL at the time of his signing. Focusing on the secondary, the Dolphins used a first round pick in the draft to select CB Noah Igbinoghene. To go along with Xavien Howard and a newcomer, LB Kyle Van Noy,... MORE

Past Spotlights

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.

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.