Oakland Raiders suites include private entry into O.co Coliseum, exclusive access to VIP clubs and VIP parking. Guests can choose from a variety of premium in-suite... MORE
Oakland Raiders suites include private entry into O.co Coliseum, exclusive access to VIP clubs and VIP parking. Guests can choose from a variety of premium in-suite catering options. Suites will feature comfortable seating, HDTVs, spacious floorplans and a suite attendant. Most Raiders suites will include 16 – 20 tickets.
When it comes to pricing for a Raiders suite, the opponent plays the biggest factor. Most regular season games will range $10,000 - $18,000. Pre-season games are much less expensive. Raiders games on Monday or Thursdays tend to be more expensive because it is a weekday.
Offense: After years of futility the Oakland Raiders finally have a real chance to compete for the AFC West Title. That hope starts with All-Pro quarterback Derek Carr. The younger brother of former 1st overall pick David Carr, carries Oakland’s playoff hopes on his shoulders this season after a superb 2015, in which he threw for just a shade under 4,000 yards and 35 touchdowns. Carr should cement his place as one of the best young quarterbacks in the NFL this season with another year developing chemistry with talented wide receiver duo, Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree. In his first season Cooper accomplished a feat only 5 Raiders had every accomplished before, making the All-Pro team as a rookie. The Alabama product proved that he was worth all of the hype finishing with over 1,000 yards and 6 touchdowns. The sky is the limit for the talented youngster especially under the mentorship of veteran Michael Crabtree. Crabtree knows the expectations that come with being a top draft pick and should help Cooper continue to thrive in his role as #1 wide receiver. Crabtree himself is finally starting to live up to his potential as he had one of the best seasons of his career in 2015 recording 922 yards and a career high of 9 touchdowns. To balance the exceptionally gifted passing game is bruising running back Latavius Murray. Murray had a breakout season in his second year and the powerful back is looking to build on a season in which he finished with over 1,000 yards and 6 touchdowns.
Defense: Despite great years from Derek Carr and Amari Cooper, the Raiders team MVP in 2015 was definitely stud linebacker Khalil Mack. The Buffalo product harassed opposing quarterbacks last year finishing with 15 sacks and 12 tackles for loss. The All-Pro is definitely one of the cornerstones of a stout Raiders defense. Malcolm Smith is likely another player the Raiders view as a foundational piece moving forward. The middle linebacker had a dominant 2015, leading the Raiders in tackles and figures to do tons of damage to opposing offenses patrolling the middle of the field this upcoming year. In the offseason the Raiders addressed their biggest weakness in 2015, the secondary, by signing safety Reggie Nelson and drafting Karl Joseph. Reggie Nelson should fill in admirably for retired Hall of Famer Darren Woodson after leading the league in interceptions last season. Joseph profiles as a dynamic playmaker in the secondary and draws comparisons to both Brian Dawkins and Early Thomas. A Raider’s defense that was already one of the better defenses in the league should improve to be a top two or three unit after plugging in quality players at its weakest positions.
Schedule: In 2016, the Oakland Raiders will host the Atlanta Falcons, San Diego Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs, Denver Broncos, Houston Texans, Carolina Panthers, Buffalo Bills and Indianapolis Colts.
Suites: Oakland Raiders boxes come with exclusive VIP entry into O.co Coliseum, private access to clubs and parking. Guests can order in-suite catering from a diverse and delicious menu. Suites will feature luxurious furnishings, HDTVs, spacious floorplans and a dedicated in-suite attendant. O.Co Coliseum skyboxes provide the ultimate viewing experience for Raiders Football.
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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.
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