New Orleans Saints Suites

Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, LA

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  • New Orleans Saints vs. Indianapolis Colts

    Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans LA
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    Starting at $15,000
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New Orleans Saints Suite Prices and Details

How much do New Orleans Saints suites cost?

New Orleans Saints suite typically cost between $10,000-$25,000. Saints suite prices vary based on day of game, opponent, and location of the suite at Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Luxury box prices for concerts and other events at Mercedes-Benz Superdome can vary widely based on the type of event.

How many guests can fit in a Saints suite?

New Orleans Saints suites can hold 16 to 24 guests based on suite level and location. Most 300 Level Suites at Mercedes-Benz Superdome come standard with 16 tickets with an option to purchase 4 additional 'standing room' tickets. The 400 Level suites average a capacity for 24 suite guests.

Suite Levels at Mercedes-Benz Superdome

300 Level Suite

16 Tickets
20 Capacity
2 Parking

400 Level Suite

24 Tickets
2 Parking

Mercedes-Benz Superdome Event Planning Guide

Catering

The Mercedes-Benz Suite catering menu features a wide range of culinary delights, including the New Orleans inspired Crawfish Étouffée and New Orleans Gumbo. Suites include an attendant to assist with orders during the event. Your SEG representative can assist with menu selection and ordering.

Parking and Transportation

Mercedes-Benz Stadium luxury suites typically come with complementary VIP parking passes in lots nearest to your corresponding suite entrance. Suite guests who desire to tailgate before the event should note that the parking lots open 5 hours in advance of the event and stay open through start-time.

Budget

Suites at Mercedes-Benz Stadium can accommodate a range of budgets, depending on your event objectives. Suites for lesser-demand concerts or family events typically start at $5,000, while the best suites for marquis events like the College Football National Championship can reach $100,000.

Club Access

Luxury suite ticket holders are granted access to one or more of the six stadium clubs at Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Depending on suite location, most suite tickets provide access to one of the club lounges on the 200 Level of the stadium, where premium food and beverage is available for purchase.

Dress Code

While some fans will choose to wear their favorite jersey to the event, other luxury box guests will be dressed in business casual attire. We recommend asking the host of your suite for their preferred attire during the event. Mercedes-Benz Stadium suites include coat closets for your convenience.

Venue Bag Policy

Suite guests must adhere to the NFL bag policy for New Orleans Saints games and other events. All bags, purses, or backpacks over 4.5” x 6.5” are not permitted. You can bring your belongings in your pockets, in a clutch approximately the size of your hand, or in a clear plastic bag.

Entrances

Gate A at Mercedes-Benz Superdome has a designated entrance for suite ticket holders. In addition, the SE and NW Club Escalators are designated for suite and club ticket holders only. Depending on where you park, you can always enter at the closest stadium entrance before navigating to your suite.

Child Ticket Policy

The New Orleans Saints have one of the most lenient child ticket policies in the NFL. Children five or under do not require a ticket to enter the stadium, though they do require a ticket to sit in a dedicated seat. For non-Saints events, the age requirement can vary based on event-specific policy.

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Saints Spotlight

Current NFL Season

Perhaps the most important offseason change for the New Orleans Saints is the new replay rule that will allow pass interference plays to be reviewed.

If such a rule was in effect for the 2018 season, there’s a very good chance the Saints would, at the very least, be the defending NFC champions, and possibly Super Bowl 53 champions as well.

A missed pass interference call likely changed the complexion of the NFC title game between the Rams and Saints, leaving New Orleans stewing over a missed call.

In the wake of that play, a one-year experiment will take place this year where pass interference can be reviewed via replay.

In the 2018 regular season, the Saints did tie for the best record in the NFL at 13-3.

For 2019, veteran quarterback Drew Brees and head coach Sean Payton are back for the 14th-consecutive season. There were a few... MORE

Past Spotlights

The New Orleans Saints took care of business and resigned their star quarterback Drew Brees. Brees is back with the Saints on a two-year deal. With Brees at the helm, the Saints are a 2018 Super Bowl contender. 2017 Offensive Rookie of the Year, Alvin Kamara, will look to build upon his rookie success in the backfield. Kamara will do so by teaming up with running back Mark Ingram. Brees’ favorite target, Michael Thomas, will look to establish himself as one of the league’s top wide receivers. In free agency, the Saints added another offensive weapon in tight end, Ben Watson.

To help give their secondary a boost, the Saints also signed veteran safety Kurt Coleman. Coleman gets to team up with one of the best cornerbacks in the NFL, Marshon Lattimore. Lattimore and Marcus Williams had breakout years as rookies. Lattimore was the Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2017. The Saints didn’t stop there in the offseason, adding more depth to their defense by adding Patrick Robinson and Demario Davis.

The Mercedes-Benz Superdome is home to the New Orleans Saints but will also be hosting a wide range of events in 2018 including WrestleMania 34, Beyoncé & Jay-Z, Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, the Bayou Country Superfest and the Allstate Sugar Bowl. Suites for the Saints and all these events are going to provide you with an unforgettable experience. Saints suites will feature HDTVs, wet bars, balcony seating and a suite attendant. There are two suite levels at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, the 300 and 400 suite levels. No matter the event, suites can be fully catered in advance. Suites for Saints games will vary in price based on the opponent, suite details and the date.

Offense: When football fans describe the New Orleans Saints the first thought in their mind will inevitably be about their high-powered offense. In Sean Payton’s tenure as head coach the Saints have been the most consistently talented and effective offense in the NFL. Much of the responsibility for that production falls into the lap of future Hall of Fame quarterback Drew Brees. Brees has been Mr. Consistency since arriving in The Big Easy and he once again had an excellent year in 2015 finishing with over 4,500 yards and 30 touchdowns. Looking forward to the 2016 season, Brees has plenty of weapons to work with and should continue breaking passing records for at least another year. Oregon State product Brandin Cooks had his best year as a pro last season and will look to build on his career high’s of 84 receptions, 1,138 yards and 9 touchdowns in 2016. In the offseason the Saints signed former Indiana Colt tight end Colby Fleener, who they expect to have a breakout season in the Saints tight end oriented passing game. To balance their potent passing attack the Saints have a two-headed monster in the running game. Mark Ingram is a big powerful back, who provides the thunder, while speedy and elusive CJ Spiller provides the lightning. In 2016 the Saints should once again have one of the most dominant if not totally balanced offensive attacks in the league. 

Defense: On the other side of the ball the Saints have been a mess for a couple years now, but there is optimism after offseason editions of linebacker James Laurinaitis, and defensive tackles Sheldon Rankins and Nick Fairley. Laurinaitis has long been one of the most consistently effective middle linebackers in the league and after seven straight seasons with over 100 tackles the Saints expect him to bolster a run defense that struggled last season. To help Laurinaitis shore up a weak run defense the Saints signed former Auburn star Nick Fairley, who is a massive run stopper when he is at his best. The Saints also drafted defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins out of Louisville with the hope that he would be able to disrupt the passing game by getting into the backfield and pressuring opposing quarterbacks often. With incumbents Cameron Jordan (DE) and Kenny Vaccaro (S) continuing to produce, the Saints should feature a much-improved defense in 2016.

Schedule: In 2016, the Saints will be hosting the Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Seattle Seahawks, Denver Broncos, Los Angeles Rams and Detroit Lions.

Suites and Special Events: Experience New Orleans Saints’ football from a private luxury suite at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. A Saints luxury suite provides the perfect setting for entertaining friends and family, clients or employees. A Superdome suite will provide each guest with exclusive access to the private clubs and lounges inside. First class amenities in a Saints suite include HDTV, upscale furnishing, interior/exterior premium seating, wet bar, a dedicated suite attendant and in-suite catering options. Suites are also available for when the Mercedes-Benz Superdome holds the college football Sugar Bowl. The Mercedes-Benz Superdome will also be hosting a Guns N Roses concert and a Beyonce concert.

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