Philadelphia Eagles Suites

Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA
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  • Preseason: Philadelphia Eagles vs. New England Patriots

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  • Philadelphia Eagles vs. Los Angeles Rams

    Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia PA
    3 Suites Available
    From $20,000 to $30,000
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  • Philadelphia Eagles vs. Cincinnati Bengals

    Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia PA
    3 Suites Available
    From $18,000 to $25,500
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  • Philadelphia Eagles vs. Baltimore Ravens

    Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia PA
    2 Suites Available
    From $21,000 to $32,500
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  • Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants

    Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia PA
    3 Suites Available
    From $25,000 to $28,000
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  • Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys

    Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia PA
    3 Suites Available
    From $24,000 to $26,500
    from $24,000

  • Philadelphia Eagles vs. Seattle Seahawks

    Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia PA
    3 Suites Available
    From $24,800 to $27,000
    from $24,800

  • Philadelphia Eagles vs. New Orleans Saints

    Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia PA
    2 Suites Available
    From $22,400 to $24,000
    from $22,400

  • Philadelphia Eagles vs. Washington Redskins

    Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia PA
    2 Suites Available
    Starting at $20,000
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Philadelphia Eagles Suite Prices and Details

How much do Philadelphia Eagles suites cost?

Philadelphia Eagles suites cost between $16,000-$35,000. Pricing will vary based on opponent, day of the week, and suite level/location. Club Level suites tend to be less expensive than Lower Level and Presidents Club suites. Monday & Thursday nights will be priced higher than a Sunday game.

How many guests can fit in an Eagles suite?

For Philadelphia Eagles games, Lower Level and Club Level suites at Lincoln Financial Field will sit 20 - 24 guests. Presidents Club suites are a bit smaller and will sit 14 - 18 people. While there's a handful of Eagles suites that can hold up to 34 guests, they are extremely limited.

Suite Levels at Lincoln Financial Field

Club Level Suite

20 Tickets
0-4 Parking
Catering Available

Red Zone Suite

15-30 Tickets
0-4 Parking
Catering Available

President's Club Suite

14 Tickets
0-4 Parking
Food & Beverage Included

Lower Level Suite

20 Tickets
0-4 Parking
Catering Available

Lincoln Financial Field Event Planning Guide


In-suite catering is available to purchase at Lincoln Financial Field. Most suites do not include catering. Presidents Club suites are the only all-inclusive suite option at "The Linc". Guests can pre-order at their discretion from the suite menu. There is no catering minimum and it is optional.

Parking and Transportation

Parking lots generally open four and a half hours prior to kick off. Suite parking lots include the J and L lots. Parking passes included with your suite rental will be clearly labeled for one of these lots. Cash lots will surround the stadium or general parking can be found in lots K, M and N.


Payment for a Lincoln Financial Field suite rental is due in full at the time of purchase by bank wire or credit card. Catering is handled separately and you won't be charged for what you've ordered until the day of the event. On average, people spend about $100 per person on food and alcohol.

Club Access

All suite ticket holders are invited to visit the two exclusive Club Lounges during events at Lincoln Financial Field. The two Club Lounges are located on the Club level of the east and west sidelines. These spacious clubs have full-service bars, concessions & merchandise shops.

Dress Code

How you dress in a suite should depend on the nature of the event and the wishes of your host. If it’s a corporate event, many guests in the luxury box will likely be dressed in business casual attire. However, it’s not uncommon for guests to wear their favorite team gear and sneakers.

Venue Bag Policy

Prohibited items include, but are not limited to: purses larger than a clutch bag, coolers, briefcases, backpacks, fanny packs, cinch bags, luggage of any kind, seat cushions, computer bags and camera bags. Bags must be clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12″ x 6″ x 12.”


Guests can enter Lincoln Financial Field up to 2 hours prior to kickoff for an Eagles or Temple football game. Entry times for concerts will vary from 1-2 hours prior to the event starting. While any entrance is fine to use, we recommend using the SCA or West Club & Suite Entrances for VIP entry.

Child Ticket Policy

Any child two (2) years of age and under do not need a ticket to enter Lincoln Financial Field. They must be seated on a parent or guardian's lap. Any child older than that will require their own ticket for entry. Strollers are prohibited. There are two nursing rooms at "The Linc" for nursing moms.

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Eagles Spotlight

Current NFL Season

Lincoln Financial Field is becoming one of the most popular venues to experience the suite life. The Philadelphia Eagles are one of the NFL’s best teams and are fresh off a Super Bowl Championship in 2017. In 2019, the Eagles are set to get back to the Super Bowl, being held in Miami at Hard Rock Stadium.

Eagles fans are seeing some changes to their team in the 2019 offseason. The Eagles added running back Jordan Howard via a trade with the Bears. Fan favorite DeSean Jackson is also back with the Eagles after a trade with the Bucs. One notable absentee to this year’s roster will be Nick Foles who left in free agency and has signed with the Jaguars. This leaves Carson Wentz has the sole starter for the Eagles for the foreseeable future. A healthy Wentz could get him back into MVP consideration which will make the Eagles’ star tight end happy, Zach... MORE

Past Spotlights

The Philadelphia Eagles are your reigning Super Bowl Champions. 2017 was a special year for the city of Philadelphia as the Eagles won their first championship in franchise history. Even more remarkable, they did it without superstar quarterback Carson Wentz. Wentz tore his ACL in week 14 and was replaced by backup Nick Foles. Foles, once an NFL starter, played nothing less than exceptional leading the Eagles to a Super Bowl championship. General manager Howie Roseman was voted at Sporting News’ NFL Executive of the Year and has been widely praised for his work in constructing a well-balanced roster. Perhaps most importantly, Roseman has managed the salary cap well and the current Eagles roster should be primed for long-term success. Carson Wentz will return under center in 2018. With a healthy Wentz and the majority of last season’s roster returning, the Eagles should be the favorites to win the NFC East division. The Eagles traded speedster wide receiver Torrey Smith to the Carolina Panthers but replaced with an equally speedy Mike Wallace. Wallace will stretch the field for Wentz and serve as a nice compliment to Pro-Bowl wide receiver Alshon Jeffery and ascending wide receiver Nelson Agholor. Last season, second year pro Nelson Agholor looked every bit the elite player the Eagles thought they would get when selecting him with the 20th pick in the 2015 NFL draft. Also returning in 2018 is Wentz’s favorite target and security blanket, tight end Zach Ertz. With the emergence of Agholor, the Eagles passing attack in 2018 could be even better than it was last season.

The Philadelphia Eagles defense will be exciting to watch in 2018. In the offseason, the Eagles executed a huge trade for Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennet. Bennett further boasts a talented pass-rush featuring Fletcher Cox, Brandon Graham, and Derrek Barnett. This defense is anchored by an elite defensive line built around All-pro defensive tackle DT Fletcher Cox. The Eagles also added defensive tackle Haloti Ngata in free agency. Ngata is an excellent run defender. Defensive Coordinator Jim Schwartz has this unit playing at a high-level; they will look to replicate their success in 2018.

Suites and Special Events: Lincoln Financial Field features 4 different suite levels; Lower, Club, President’s Club and Red Zone. Suite sizes vary; however, most suites will accommodate 16-20 guests. Eagles luxury boxes come with VIP parking passes, preferred entry, club access, and premium catering options available for purchase. In 2018, Lincoln Financial Field will feature concerts by: Kenny Chesney, Taylor Swift, and Beyoncé and Jay-Z. The Linc will also play host to the 119th Army v. Navy college football game on December 8th, 2018. The Army-Navy game is routinely attended by the President and is always a sellout event.

Offense: In 2017, the Philadelphia Eagles are poised to take a huge step forward behind second-year quarterback Carson Wentz. All things considered, Wentz had a successful rookie season in the NFL. Head coach and quarterback guru, Doug Pederson, is an exceptional quarterback developer and Carson Wentz looks every bit the part of a franchise quarterback. In 2017 the Eagles should be competitive in a talented NFC East division. This offseason, the Eagles added a number of offensive playmakers to surround Wentz. Wide receivers Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith were signed to multi-year deals. Both possess big play-making ability well suited for Wentz' strong arm. The Eagles also signed running back LeGarrette Blount from the New England Patriots. The Eagles will be an exciting team to watch in 2017 as Carson Wentz is primed to make a big second year leap. 

Defense: The Philadelphia Eagles defense will be exciting to watch in 2017 with the addition of two impact starters acquired via the 2017 NFL Draft. Edge rusher Derek Barnett and cornerback Sidney Jones look like immediate starters. Barnett will complement Brandon Graham as a second pass-rusher for this defense. The Eagles desperately needed pass-rushing help and Barnett should fill this void. The defense is built around standout DT Fletcher Cox. Cox led last year’s team in sacks and provides a strong presence against the run. Defensive Coordinator Jim Schwartz has a proven track record in the NFL - his second year at the helm of this defense should pay big dividends. 

 Schedule: In 2017-18 the Philadelphia Eagles play host to a strong home schedule. Home opponents include: Washington Redskins, New York Giants, Dallas Cowboys, Oakland Raiders, Arizona Cardinals, Denver Broncos, and the San Francisco 49ers.

Suites and Special Events: A Lincoln Financial Field suite offers unparalleled access and amenities for any client, employee, or family outing. Philadelphia Eagles luxury boxes generally include 20 tickets and 4 VIP parking passes. Suite guests have exclusive access to exclusive stadium clubs, a climate-controlled environment with retractable windows, and dedicated suite attendant services. In 2017, Lincoln Financial Field will also host a U2 concert, CONCAAF soccer games, and the storied Army v. Navy NCAAF game.