New York Giants Suites

MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ

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New York Giants Suite Prices

How much do Giants suites cost?

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.

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Suite Levels at MetLife Stadium

Commissioner's Club Suite

12 Tickets
20 Capacity
6 Parking

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... MORE

President's Circle Suite

24 Tickets
30 Capacity
6 Parking

President's Circle suites are on the lowest suite level (Level 3) at MetLife Stadium. A Level 3 suite will include 24 tickets and 6 VIP parking passes. Guests have an... MORE

Five Star Suite

24 Tickets
30 Capacity
6 Parking

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

Gold Plus Rewards Suite

18 Tickets
24 Capacity
4 Parking

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

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MetLife Stadium Event Planning Guide

In this section, we've compiled key considerations when planning your next group event in a suite at MetLife Stadium:

NUMBER OF ATTENDEES IN A SUITE AT METLIFE STADIUM

With four different suite levels, MetLife Stadium has a range of different options to host your group in style. Depending on the suite level you select, your group can include anywhere from 12-29 guests. Typically, President’s Circle and Five Star suites will come with 20 tickets, a Gold Plus Rewards suite will come with 18 tickets, while a Commissioner’s Club Suite comes with 12 tickets. In all of these suites, we can help you secure additional “standing room” tickets at an added cost.

BUDGET FOR A SUITE PURCHASE

Private luxury suites at MetLife Stadium commonly range from $8,000-$30,000 depending on the event. For the New York Giants, prices will typically range between $18,000-$30,000. For New York Jets games, suite prices will often range between $8,000-$15,000.  Luxury suite prices for other events like concerts, supercross and Monster Jam will vary widely depending on the event.

METLIFE STADIUM SUITE CATERING

All private suites at MetLife Stadium offer professional suite catering by Delaware North Sportservice. It is recommended that advanced suite catering orders be placed a week prior to the event. You can also order from a day-of-event menu.

Delaware North Sportservice features a New York / New Jersey themed suite menu. With years of experience, including operating all food and beverage at Super Bowl XLVII, Delaware North Sportservice has a strong reputation. The advanced menu offers a wide range of options including stadium snacks, starters, predetermined packages, and a full beverage menu to be catered in your suite.  

ACCESS TO STADIUM CLUBS

All Suite tickets at MetLife Stadium will give you access to the Mezzanine Clubs (United Rentals & Toyota Clubs).  These clubs are located on both sides of the stadium along the sidelines. These 30,000 square feet clubs offer a climate controlled lounge, 115 flat screen HD televisions, martini & wine bars, premium food options, and available table service.  While your suite will offer the ultimate in privacy and luxury, some suite guests like to mingle before the game or during half-time in the nearby stadium clubs.  

DRESS CODE IN THE LUXURY SUITES AT METLIFE STADIUM

Many New York football fans will be wearing their favorite player’s jersey, however other guests in the private suites will be dressed in business casual attire. We recommend checking the weather before the game and asking the host of your suite how other guests will be dressed.

TRANSPORTATION TO THE GAME

MetLife Stadium is located at 1 MetLife Stadium Dr, East Rutherford NJ. The Meadowlands Rail Line is a great way to travel to and from MetLife. We recommend taking the train to the Frank R. Lautenberg Rail Station at Secaucus Junction. From Secaucus, trains will run express to the Meadowlands Rail Station (10-minute trip) located just steps from MetLife stadium. Service will begin three and a half hours prior to the event and two hours after the event.

If you plan to use a ride sharing service, we recommend Uber as they are the official rideshare partner of MetLife Stadium. There is a designated Uber Zone located in Lot E outside of the Verizon Gate. Driving is also a practical option assuming you have a VIP parking pass.

PARKING

Luxury suites at MetLife Stadium typically come with 4-6 VIP parking passes. If you do not have a parking permit you may park off-site at 20 Murray Hill Parkway for $40 for many events. Shuttle service will be provided to and from MetLife Stadium.  

VIP ENTRANCES

All of the suite levels may be accessed by using the VIP entrances on the east and west sides of the building.

STADIUM ENTRY

VIP entrances open 2 hours prior to most events. All fans entering MetLife 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."

New York Giants Suite Prices

How much do Giants suites cost?

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.

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Giants Spotlight

After a newsworthy offseason, the 2019 New York Giants season is sure to be interesting, if nothing else.

The biggest move was drafting the successor to Eli Manning with the sixth-overall pick of the NFL Draft. General Manager Dave Gettleson took Daniel Jones out of Duke, which just about unanimously surprised observers, considering that the Giants also owned the No. 17 pick. New York went with defense for their other two first-round selections, taking Clemson defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence and Georgia cornerback Deandre Baker.

Jones may not see the field this season, as Giants fans hope that Eli Manning has one more season of magic left while tutoring his replacement.

A month prior to the draft, the Giants made major headlines again with the trade of superstar wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr. The All-Pro was shipped to the Cleveland Browns for a series of draft picks – one of which was used to draft Lawrence. In free agency, the Giants signed veteran wideout Golden Tate to try and lessen the impact of OBJ’s departure. New No. 1 wide receiver Sterling Shepard also signed a contract extension.

One stable part of the Giants team is at the running back position. Saquon Barkley is entering his second season after winning Rookie of the Year honors in 2018, when he compiled over 2,000 all-purpose yards and 11 rushing touchdowns.

MetLife Stadium is entering its tenth season as home of the G-Men. The stadium boasts over 10,000 club seats and its 200-plus suites are located on four separate levels of the stadium, including some located right behind the teams’ benches.

Big Blue’s NFC East rivalry games are always the highlights of the season – home and away contests with Dallas, Philadelphia, and Washington. Besides those games, five other teams will visit East Rutherford, New Jersey for a date with the Giants: Buffalo, Minnesota, Arizona, Green Bay, and Miami. The Giants’ five non-division road games will be held at: Tampa Bay, New England (Thursday night game), Detroit, crosstown rival New York Jets, and Chicago.

Past Spotlights

The 2018 New York Giants will be led by their two-time Super Bowl champion, Eli Manning. Manning is pleased to see the Giants added one of the best offensive lineman in the NFL during free agency, Nate Solder. The Giants made their biggest splash of the off-season on Draft Day, selecting Penn State running back Saquon Barkley second overall. Barkley will provide immediate energy, athleticism, and firepower to the Giants offense and should quickly develop into a fan favorite. Scouts have argued the NFL hasn't seen a running back prospect like Saquon Barkley in decades - talk about high praise!

The Giants also added running back Jonathan Stewart and wide receiver Cody Latimer. One of the biggest off-season moves was trading Jason Pierre-Paul to the Buccaneers. This was a cost saving move for the Giants and in return they received multiple draft picks. The Giants still have star power on both sides of the football. Odell Beckham Jr. is coming back from injury, looking to regain his status as a premier wide receiver in the NFL. Tight end Evan Engram shined as a rookie last year and will look to have more success in 2018. Defensively, Janoris Jenkins, Landon Collins, Damon Harrison and Olivier Vernon will lead the Giants.

One of the Giants' biggest stories of the year is the hiring of new head coach, Pat Shurmur. Shurmur was previously the offensive coordinator for the Vikings and now becomes the 18th head coach in Giants franchise history.

MetLife Stadium is not just home to the New York Giants but also the New York Jets. Besides football, MetLife Stadium will also be putting on several concerts including Beyonce & Jay-Z, Taylor Swift, Luke Bryan, Ed Sheeran and Kenny Chesney. New York Giants suites at MetLife Stadium vary in price and capacity. MetLife Stadium suite levels include the Commissioners Club, Hertz President's Circle, Hertz Five Star and the Hertz Gold Plus Rewards level. The Commissioners Club is the most exclusive suite level in MetLife Stadium and it's also the closest level to the field. The President's Circle suites are right above the 100-level seating sections. Above the 200-level seating sections, are the Five Star and Gold Plus Rewards levels. Amenities in the President's Circle and Five Star levels are very similar. The biggest differences are the numbers of rows up from the field you are. The main difference with a Gold Plus Rewards suite is that these are going to be enclosed and won't have exterior seating. A New York Giants suite rental will include VIP parking, premium in-suite catering options, private entry into MetLife Stadium, HD-TVs and a dedicated suite attendant.

The 2017 New York Giants made exciting headlines early on the offseason with the big signing of WR Brandon Marshall. With Odell Beckham Jr. on one side and Marshall on the other, Eli Manning now has two of the best receivers in the NFL to throw to. To provide more firepower for Manning, the Giants drafted TE Evan Engram in the first-round. Head coach Ben McAdoo, will have a lot of options for this year’s playbook.

In the backfield for the Giants will be Paul Perkins, Shane Vereen and fourth-round draft pick Wayne Gallman. With Beckham Jr. and Marshall, the Giants will also have Sterling Shepard at wide receiver. Backing up Eli Manning will be former New York Jets quarterback, Geno Smith. The Giants also made headline drafting Davis Webb in this year’s draft. 

Last season, the Giants proved it wasn’t easy to score upon their defense. To improve even further on that, they went out and drafted DT Dalvin Tomlinson in the second round. The defensive is led by Jason Pierre-Paul, Olivier Vernon and Janoris Jenkins.

The 2017 home schedule for the New York Giants will include games versus the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins, Detroit Lions on Monday Night Football, Los Angeles Chargers, Los Angeles Rams, Kansas City Chiefs and the Seattle Seahawks. One other fun matchup scheduled is the pre-season game versus the New York Jets, with whom they share MetLife Stadium with.

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 rental 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 four different suite levels: Commissioners Club, President’s Circle suites, Hertz 5-Star suites and Hertz Gold Plus suites. MetLife Stadium is home to many events other than the Giants and Jets. In 2017, MetLife Stadium will be featuring Justin Bieber, U2, Coldplay, Metallica, Monster Jam, International Champions Cup (Juventus FC vs. FC Barcelona) and an international friendly match between Mexico & Ireland.

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.

The New York Giants finished third in the NFC East with a 7-9 record. The Giants will put 2013 behind them and focus on the new season. At MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ, the Giants will be playing the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins, Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers, Atlanta Falcons, Houston Texans and the Indianapolis Colts. New York Giants Executive Suites include the finest amenities such as VIP parking, in-suite catering (optional), private VIP entrance, 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.