New Orleans Saints Suites

Caesars Superdome (Formerly Mercedes-Benz Superdome), New Orleans, LA
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  • New Orleans Saints vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    Caesars Superdome (Formerly Mercedes-Benz Superdome), New Orleans LA
    3 Suites Available
    From $6,820 to $45,000
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  • New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons

    Caesars Superdome (Formerly Mercedes-Benz Superdome), New Orleans LA
    2 Suites Available
    From $19,695 to $45,000
    from $19,695

  • New Orleans Saints vs. Buffalo Bills

    Caesars Superdome (Formerly Mercedes-Benz Superdome), New Orleans LA
    1 Suite Available
    Starting at $26,260
    from $26,260

  • New Orleans Saints vs. Dallas Cowboys

    Caesars Superdome (Formerly Mercedes-Benz Superdome), New Orleans LA
    1 Suite Available
    Starting at $32,825
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  • New Orleans Saints vs. Miami Dolphins

    Caesars Superdome (Formerly Mercedes-Benz Superdome), New Orleans LA
    2 Suites Available
    From $11,363 to $45,000
    from $11,363

  • New Orleans Saints vs. Carolina Panthers

    Caesars Superdome (Formerly Mercedes-Benz Superdome), New Orleans LA
    1 Suite Available
    Starting at $45,000
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  • 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.

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New Orleans Saints Suite Prices and Details

How much do New Orleans Saints suites cost?

New Orleans Saints suite cost between $10,000-$30,000 on average. Saints suite prices vary based on day of game, opponent, and location of the suite in the Superdome. Field Level Suites will be the most expensive. 300 and 400 Level Suites tend to be similar in suite rental price.

How many guests can fit in a Saints suite?

New Orleans Saints suites can hold 15-39 guests based on suite level and location. 300 Level Suites in the Superdome come standard with 15 tickets with an option to purchase additional 'standing room' tickets. The 400 Level suites range from 25-39 people. Field Suites will include 21-24 tickets.

Suite Levels at Caesars Superdome (Formerly Mercedes-Benz Superdome)

300 Level Suite

15-20 Tickets
0-2 Parking
Catering Available

Field Level Suite

21-24 Tickets
4 Parking
Food & Beverage Included

400 Level Suite

22-39 Tickets
0-4 Parking
Catering Available

Caesars Superdome (Formerly Mercedes-Benz Superdome) Event Planning Guide

Catering

In-suite catering is available to purchase for all New Orleans Saints suite rentals. The catering menu features a wide range of food and drink options, including local favorites like Crawfish Étouffée, Gumbo and Red Beans and Rice. Catering can be arranged for your Saints suite prior to the game.

Parking and Transportation

New Orleans Saints luxury suite rentals come with VIP parking passes in one of several premium lots surrounding the Superdome. Saints suite ticket holders can access the VIP lots 5 hours prior to any Saints game. On each Saints parking pass, the valid lot will be clearly displayed.

Safety and Well-being

Mercedes-Benz Superdome is committed to providing a safe environment for their fans. In response to the Coronavirus (COV-ID 19) Mercedes-Benz Superdome has increased the number of hand sanitizing stations throughout the stadium and has designated staff to regularly clean and sanitize all high-touch... MORE

Budget

New Orleans Saints suite rentals will cost, on average, between $10,000-$25,000 per game depending on team performance, opponent, day of the week and suite size/location. Saints suites do not include catering so make sure to allocate additional budget if you plan on having your luxury box catered.

Club Access

New Orleans Saints suite ticket holders can access up to 6 premium clubs at the Superdome. Depending on your suite location, most suite tickets provide access to one of the unique club lounges on the 200-Level. Club Spaces feature upscale lounge seating and plenty of enhanced food and drink options.

Dress Code

There is no formal dress code for being in a Saints suite or on the Superdome's suite levels. For business events, most guests will be in casual business attire. However, it's common to see many Saints suite guests in team-branded apparel including jerseys, hats and accessories.

Venue Bag Policy

Saints suite ticket holders must adhere to the NFL's Clear Bag Policy which states: all bags, purses, or backpacks larger than 12" x 6" x 12 are not permitted. Small clutch bags or one-gallon clear plastic freezer bag (Ziploc bag or similar) are acceptable to carry in belongings.

Entrances

Saints suite ticket holders are encouraged to enter via the VIP doors at Gate A (near the box office). Alternatively, the SE and NW Club Escalators are designated for suite and club ticket holders only. All suite holder entrances will open 3 hours prior to kick-off.

Child Ticket Policy

Children 5 years of age and under do not require a separate admission ticket provided they do not occupy their own seat in a New Orleans Saints luxury suite. Saints suites can be a nice private alternative to general admission seating for groups entertaining with younger children.

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Saints Spotlight

Current NFL Season

The 2021 New Orleans Saints will open the season with a new quarterback for the first time since 2006. With Drew Brees retired, the Saints will rely on Taysom Hill and Jameis Winston to lead this year’s squad. One of the NFL’s elite playmakers, Alvin Kamara, will help ease the transition with a new QB. Michael Thomas will be on the receiving end and the defense, which finished in top 5 last year, will help keep every game close.

Another big change went down in New Orleans went down this offseason, the Superdome has a new name. The Saints now play in the Caesars Superdome. The Saints and Caesars Entertainment agreed to a 20-year deal. Besides the Saints, the Superdome is set to host the Men’s NCAA Final Four in 2022 and Super Bowl LIX in 2025.

Saints Luxury Suites are going to provide both corporate and family clients with first-class amenities such as in-suite... MORE

Past Spotlights

The 2020 New Orleans Saints have all the makings of a Super Bowl contender. To reach Super Bowl LV in Tampa Bay this year, the Saints will once again rely on their all-pro quarterback, Drew Brees. Head coach Sean Payton has built one of the most dynamic offenses in the NFL featuring Michael Thomas, Alvin Kamara, Jared Cook and Taysom Hill. Apparently, Payton wanted more so the Saints signed Emmanuel Sanders and Jameis Winston in the offseason.

The defense in 2020 is filled with Pro Bowl talent. Cameron Jordan anchors the unit after coming off his career best season in sacks. David Onyemata was resigned in the offseason to keep their defensive line intact. To boost the secondary, the Saints signed free agent Malcolm Jenkins who was originally drafted by the Saints in 2009. We cannot forget to mention one of the best cornerback tandems in all the NFL, Marshon Lattimore and Janoris Jenkins. The Saints are the NFC South favorites, but the Super Bowl is the goal.

When it comes to home field advantage, the Superdome ranks near the top. Saints fans pack the house and provide one of the loudest atmospheres in sports. Saints suites are offered on two separate suite levels: 300 Level Suites and 400 Level Suites. The 300 Level Saints luxury suites will be for groups of 15-20 people. For groups larger than that, the 400 Level suites will accommodate groups of 25-39 people. All Saints suites will include VIP parking, complimentary hospitality guest passes and a dedicated Saints suite attendant. Food and beverage can be arranged in advance to your Saints game. All guests in a Saints suite will also be allowed to enter the Mercedes-Benz Superdome through a VIP entry.

In addition to the Saints, the Superdome also will host the annual Allstate Sugar Bowl and New Orleans Bowl. Coming in February 2024, Super Bowl LVIII will be held in New Orleans.

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 big free agent signings: defensive tackle Malcom Brown is fresh off two Super Bowl championships with New England and is a great run-stuffer; guard/center Max Easton will plug the hole left by the retirement of center Max Unger; and tight end Jared Cook makes his way from Oakland to the Big Easy.

A great way to experience the Saints’ run of redemption towards a Super Bowl berth is via a suite experience at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The food and drink experience at the longtime home of the Saints is a unique experience, as you can eat Crescent City specialties like Shrimp Po’boys, catfish, and BBQ. New for 2019 is the Corner Office: Specialty Cocktails & Tavern. Food fare will include pizza, wings, and sandwiches, but the mixed drink menu is the star. A hurricane, bloody Mary, margarita, colada, mojito, and old fashioned are among the spirits available that you might not normally expect at a football game, but it is true to the New Orleans experience.

Besides NFC South foes Atlanta, Tampa Bay, and Carolina, teams visiting the Superdome this season will be: Houston (Week 1 Monday night game), Dallas, Arizona, San Francisco, and Indianapolis.

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