President's Circle suites are on the lowest suite level at MetLife Stadium. A level 3 suite will include 24 tickets and 6 VIP parking passes. Guests have an option to... MORE
President's Circle suites are on the lowest suite level at MetLife Stadium. A level 3 suite will include 24 tickets and 6 VIP parking passes. Guests have an option to purchase up to 6 additional suite tickets if necessary. Premium in-suite catering is available to purchase in advance. President's Circle suites feature interior and exterior seating.
Five Star Suite
Five Star Suites are considered the middle suite level. A suite on this level for a Giants game will include 24 tickets and 6 VIP parking passes. Up to 6 additional... MORE
Five Star Suites are considered the middle suite level. A suite on this level for a Giants game will include 24 tickets and 6 VIP parking passes. Up to 6 additional tickets can be purchased if necessary. The Five Star level does feature interior and exterior seating. Premium in-suite catering options are available to purchase in advance.
Gold Plus Rewards Suite
Gold Plus Rewards suites are on the third suite level at MetLife Stadium. Most 6th level suites include 18 tickets and 4 VIP parking passes. Up to 6 additional tickets... MORE
Gold Plus Rewards suites are on the third suite level at MetLife Stadium. Most 6th level suites include 18 tickets and 4 VIP parking passes. Up to 6 additional tickets can be purchased at an additional cost. A 6th level suite doesn't feature outdoor seating, all seats in the suite are indoors. Premium in-suite catering options are available to purchase in advance.
Commissioner's Club Suite
Commissioner's Club Suites are the most luxurious of all suites at MetLife Stadium. They are located just 32 rows from the field and feature amazing views of the action.... MORE
Commissioner's Club Suites are the most luxurious of all suites at MetLife Stadium. They are located just 32 rows from the field and feature amazing views of the action. The suites themselves are modest in size but are directly connected to the Commissioners Club, the most exclusive club in the stadium, which offers unlimited food and beverages in a comfortable upscale setting. Commissioner's Club suites also include VIP parking/parking entrance, VIP venue entrance, private attendant, and HDTV's.
Prices typically range from $12,000-$30,000 for New York Giants suites. Prices vary based on day of game, opponent, and the location of the suite in MetLife Stadium. Monday and Thursday night games tend to be more expensive than a Sunday game in a Giants suite. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at MetLife Stadium can vary widely based on the type of event.
Offense: The New York Giants were a bit of a disappointment in 2016 as they finished at .500 and missed the playoffs even though a playoff berth was in reach. After the season the Giants made many changes but the most drastic change was firing their head coach of 12 years, Tom Coughlin. The new head coach is Coughlin's former offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo who the Giants believe will be a strong replacement. McAdoo has one of the best quarterbacks in the league to work with in Super Bowl winner Eli Manning. Eli Manning once again had a great year despite subpar protection from his offensive line. Manning threw for 4436 yards and 35 touchdowns to only 14 interceptions. Helping Manning out was All Pro Wide Receiver Odell Beckham Jr who has turned into the most premiere wide receiver in the NFL. OBJ as he is affectionately called brought many spectacular plays as well as consistent production. The LSU product finished with 96 receptions, 1450 receiving yards and 13 touchdowns in his best year yet. Running backs Rashad Jennings and Shane Vereen give the giants an excellent one two punch with Jennings specializing in the power game while Vereen provides the versatility and speed. Jennings had a productive year producing 4.4 yards per carry and the former Patriot Vereen had 59 receptions on the year.
Defense: The Giants executed a huge overhaul on a defense that finished last in the NFL in points per game in 2015. The Giants signed the best pass rusher on the market in former Miami Dolphin Olivier Vernon, added young star Janoris Jenkins from the Rams and then drafted Ohio State stud Eli Apple. Vernon has shown potential in the past couple seasons and last year he finished third in the league with 36 quarterback knockdowns behind only JJ Watt and Aaron Donald. Janoris Jenkins was signed to be a ballhawk opposite of proven cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. Jenkins had an excellent 2015 with the Rams as he finished with 3 interceptions, 64 tackles and 15 passes defended. Eli Apple will likely get on the field wherever the Giants can get him with nickelback being his most probable role. Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul struggled last season after losing two fingers to a fireworks accident on the Fourth of July but the Giants are confident he can come back and be his usual self in 2016.
Schedule: In the Giants’ upcoming season, they will face a tough home schedule. Visiting MetLife Stadium next season will be the Philadelphia Eagles, Dallas Cowboys, Washington Redskins, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints, Baltimore Ravens, Cincinatti Bengals, Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions. 2016 will be the seventh season that the Giants have played their home games in MetLife Stadium.
Suites and Special Events: Watch the New York Giants take the field at MetLife Stadium from a private luxury suite. A New York Giants suite will include the finest amenities such as VIP parking, premium in-suite catering options, private VIP entrance into MetLife Stadium, HD-TVs and a dedicated suite attendant. MetLife Stadium luxury boxes are completely private to your group and provide the perfect setting whether you are hosting a corporate event or attending the game with friends and family. MetLife Stadium has three different suite levels: President’s Circle suites, Hertz 5-Star suites and Hertz Gold Plus suites. Metlife stadium will be hosting many special events this year including the COPA America Soccer Tournament Quarterfinals and Finals, Coldplay, Guns N Roses, the FC Bayern Munich vs Real Madrid soccer game, Kenny Chesney and Miranda Lambert, Bruce Springsteen, Beyonce's 2016 Formation Tour and the Syracuse vs Notre Dame College Football Game.
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Suite pricing varies widely based on a number of variables including league, city, team, opponent, time of day, day of week, and suite location.
Day of Week: In general, suites can be slightly more expensive during weekdays (Monday through Thursday) because those days are ideal for corporations to entertain their clients in a suite.
League: NFL suites are the most expensive by because of the limited number of games (8 home games per team).
Suite Location: While just being in a suite is generally seen as the most desirable and luxurious seat in the building, some stadiums and arenas have multiple suite levels. If this is the case, certain clients are willing to pay a premium to be in a lower level suite that is closest to the action on the field. We will give you details on suite location as we provide you with availability for the game you desire.
Does it pay to wait to book a suite until closer to the event?
With regular tickets, prices will often drop in the days leading up to a game. While every once in a while the same occurs with suites, in general, pricing does not drop before the game. In fact, because of the very limited availability of luxury suites, it is advised to book a suite well in advance, as suites are often not available at the last minute. In addition, in coordinating events for larger groups (suites can hold up to 20 guests or more), it is often necessary to give guests a longer lead time to confirm their availability to attend.
Are there additional expenses I should consider?
If you are hosting guests in your suite, consider allocating enough budget to order catering for your suite. Catering is typically not included in the price of the suite. Suite Experience Group clients typically spend between $1,000-$2,000 for catering, with some clients spending even more if they order significant amounts of alcohol.
Are there discounts if I buy multiple games at once?
Some clients purchase multiple suites in multiple venues at one time. Suite Experience Group can provide special package pricing for clients who buy three or more suites at one time.
How can I maximize my budget?
If you are working within a budget and trying to maximize your spend, we would welcome an opportunity to further discuss your goals for the event and the different options available to you. Please call us at 800-592-7043 or fill out this form to get started. We look forward to the opportunity to help you explore your options in renting a luxury suite.
Suite Experience Group brings you access to luxury suites at sporting events and concerts on a game-by-game or concert-by-concert basis. We have luxury suites in the best sports and concert venues in the country, and make it easy for you to rent them one game or concert at a time. Each luxury box includes the finest amenities, VIP parking passes, and premium catering options. Be sure to contact us about luxury suites at the NFL Super Bowl, MLB World Series, NBA Finals, NHL Stanley Cup Championship, NCAA March Madness, College Bowl Games, Playoffs, and all other major sporting events.