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Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA

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Philadelphia Eagles Suite Prices

How much do Eagles suites cost?

Philadelphia Eagles suites typically range from $15,000-$25,000 for regular season home games. Pricing will vary based on opponent, day of the week, and suite level/location. Suite prices for prime time games played on Monday, Thursday, or Sunday nights will be priced at a premium as will games against division rivals. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at Lincoln Financial Field can vary widely based on the type of event.

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Suite Levels at Lincoln Financial Field

Club Level Suite

20 Tickets
24 Capacity
4 Parking

A Lincoln Financial Field Club Level suite includes a wet bar, attendant service, HDTVs, a climate-controlled environment, private restroom, premium seating and... MORE

President's Club Suite

14 Tickets
18 Capacity
4 Parking

The President's Club consists of 14 private luxury suites sitting on top of the lower level suites on the west side of the stadium (Eagles home side). President's Club... MORE

Lower Level Suite

20 Tickets
24 Capacity
4 Parking

This Lower Level suite includes 20 tickets and 4 VIP parking passes. You can purchase up to 4 additional tickets. You will exclusive access to VIP lounges and private... MORE

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Lincoln Financial Field Event Planning Guide

Suite Experience Group helps customers through North America and the world plan corporate and personal events in private Luxury Suites at Lincoln Financial Field. In this section we’ve put together the key considerations when planning an event at The Linc.

NUMBER OF ATTENDEES IN A SUITE

With four different styles of suites, Lincoln Financial Field can accommodate a range of group sizes and needs.  The smallest and most exclusive suites are the President's Club Suites, located between the 20 yard lines on the Eagles side of the field.  President's Club suites come with 14 tickets and 4 VIP parking passes, with an option to purchase up to 4 "standing room" passes.  In addition, President's Club suites include food and beverage in the stadium club directly behind your suite.  The closest suites to the field are the Lower Level Suites, which come standard with 20 tickets and have a max capacity of 24 guests.  The Club Level Suites are the upper tier of suites, while the Red Zone suites have an end-zone view above the 100 level section of seating; both of these suite types come with 20 tickets.  Regardless of which suite level you choose, the amenities inside the suite make for a first-class experience for guests of all ages.

BUDGET FOR A SUITE PURCHASE

Private luxury suites at Lincoln Financial Field generally range from $10,000 - $30,000. After the Eagles won the Super Bowl in 2018, demand jumped significantly and some Eagles games are sold out.  Luxury boxes at Lincoln Financial Field are great for Temple games, concerts, and the NCAA College Lacrosse final four.  A particularly popular event is the Army Navy game that often comes to Philadelphia, where prices can exceed $30,000.  

LINCOLN FINANCIAL FIELD SUITE CATERING

All luxury suites at Lincoln Financial Field offer an extensive suite catering by Aramark. Typically, orders for your suite during Eagles games must be placed at least 5 business days before the event. You will have an attendant in your suite to assist during the game and orders can also be placed the day of the game in the suite from a limited game day menu. Aramark puts together a custom Suite Catering Menu every year for the Linc and it never disappoints. 

The Linc has predetermined packages as well as a build your own menu option. They proudly serve Dunkin’ Donuts, Bud Light, Miller Light, Amorso’s rolls, and many others. Other highlights on the suite catering menu include Philly cheese steak spring rolls, shrimp cocktail, and pan seared crab cakes. The menu includes countless tasty dessert options and even caters to anyone sensitive to gluten. Lastly there is a plethora of beverage packages offered.

ACCESS TO STADIUM CLUBS

Luxury suite tickets at Lincoln Financial field will give you access to two exclusive climate controlled Club Lounges. These two 40,000 square foot stadium clubs are located on club level of both sidelines and offer full bars, private concession stands, comfortable seating and many flat screen TV’s.  Often times cheerleaders and alumni will host autograph signing sessions in the lounges.  

DRESS CODE IN THE LUXURY SUITES

Many Eagles fans will be wearing their favorite player’s jersey, however, many other guests in the suites will be dressed in business casual attire. All suites have windows that can be opened or closed so we recommend checking the weather before the game in case your party decides to keep the windows open. There is a closet in each suite for storage of heavy coats during the game. 

TRANSPORTATION TO THE GAME

Lincoln Financial Field is located at 1 Lincoln Financial Field Way in Philadelphia. There are some public transportation options but driving to The Linc may be the best mode of transportation, assuming you have a VIP parking pass. Ubering to the stadium is also effective. Guests should plan to get to the stadium complex at least an hour before the game.

The quickest way via public transportation would be the SEPTA Broad Street Subway Line to AT&T Station. If it is a night game, SEPTA Broad Street Line will run until shortly after the games end.

PARKING

Most private luxury boxes at Lincoln Financial Field come with 4 VIP parking passes. If you do not have a parking pass it will cost $40 for a normal sized vehicle and $80 for oversized vehicles.  Additionally, there is a private entrance and dedicated VIP ticket will-call. Each ticket and parking pass will include the names of the entrances and the parking lots you should use. VIP Will Call windows are located near the suite entrances. There are two suite entrance locations, one on the east side of the stadium (SCA Club) and one on the west side of the stadium (Panasonic Club).

STADIUM ENTRY

All Suite Tickets will include entrance into the suite area for at least two hours before the game and up to one hour after the game. All fans entering The Linc 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."

 

Philadelphia Eagles Suite Prices

How much do Eagles suites cost?

Philadelphia Eagles suites typically range from $15,000-$25,000 for regular season home games. Pricing will vary based on opponent, day of the week, and suite level/location. Suite prices for prime time games played on Monday, Thursday, or Sunday nights will be priced at a premium as will games against division rivals. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at Lincoln Financial Field can vary widely based on the type of event.

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Eagles Spotlight

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 Ertz.

The Linc is home to the Eagles but also a host to some of the biggest events in the country like the Army Black Knights vs. Navy Midshipmen game. In 2019, Lincoln Financial Field will host Monster Jam, The NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships and a CONCACAF Gold Cup Quarterfinal game.

Lincoln Financial Field features 4 different suite levels; Lower Level, Club Level, President’s Club and Red Zone. Suite sizes vary; however, most suites will accommodate 14-24 guests. Eagles luxury boxes come with VIP parking passes, preferred entry, club access, and premium catering options available for purchase.

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. 

Offense: The 2015-16 season marked an end to the Chip Kelly experiment. Kelly, hired as the Eagles Head Coach in 2013, and given substantial control of football operations, gutted an established framework and replaced players and systems to his liking. The past two years have seen the Eagles take a significant step backwards. However, the franchise hopes to right the ship with the hiring of Doug Peterson as Head Coach. Peterson selected QB Carson Wentz (North Dakota St.) 2nd overall in the 2016 NFL draft. While it is expected that QB Sam Bradford will remain starter, Eagles fans hope Wentz is the Quarterback of the future. With the departure of DeMarco Murray, the Eagles will rely on the oft-injured Ryan Mathews to resume the majority of carries. Jordan Matthews returns as the team’s leading receiver and he will surely be the go-to weapon in the Eagles’ passing attack. TE Zach Ertz had a breakout season last year and he provides good speed to stretch the field at the Tight End position. There is a lot of uncertainty in Philadelphia at the Quarterback position. Consistent play from Bradford will go a long way in settling the uncertainty surrounding the team.

Defense: The Philadelphia defense will look to take a step forward after a very disappointing 2015-16 season. The Eagles defense finished 28th and 30th in total points allowed and yards allowed, respectively. In a necessary move, the Eagles resigned standout DT Fletcher Cox this offseason; Cox lead last year’s team in sacks and is very strong against the run. Defensive Coordinator Jim Schwartz now has command of the unit. Schwartz is coming off a highly successful 2014 season as DC of the Buffalo Bills. The Eagles should have the right personnel to translate into Schwartz’s system. Additionally, the Eagles will be returning leading tackler, S Malcolm Jenkins.

 Schedule: In 2016-17 the Philadelphia Eagles play host to a strong home schedule where they finished 3-5 last season. They will welcome the following opponents: Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers, Minnesota Vikings, Atlanta Falcons, Green Bay Packers*, Washington Redskins, New York Giants* and Dallas Cowboys.

Suites and Special EventsAn Eagles suite offers unparalleled access and amenities for any client, employee, or family outing. Philadelphia Eagles luxury suites include 20 tickets, 4 VIP parking passes, exclusive access to stadium and stadium clubs, climate-controlled environment with retractable windows, suite attendant services, premium seating, and HD-TVs. If needed, up to 6 additional suite tickets can be purchased for an Eagles game. Lincoln Financial Field will also host all Temple University home games, Coldplay and Guns N Roses.

Head coach Chip Kelly took the Philadelphia Eagles to the playoffs in his first year on the job. The Eagles won the NFC East after beating the Dallas Cowboys in the final game of the season. Quarterback Nick Foles shined on the field after replacing Michael Vick and will go into 2014 as the team's starting quarterback. LeSean McCoy had a huge year with 11 touchdowns and over 1,600 yards on the ground. In 2014, the Eagles will have a tough schedule at Lincoln Financial Field. Teams visiting Philadelphia include the New York Giants, Dallas Cowboys, Washington Redskins, Carolina Panthers, Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams, Jacksonville Jaguars and the Tennessee Titans. Luxury suites at Lincoln Financial Field are a great way to spectate any event. Suites offer unparalleled access and amenities for any client, employee, or family outing. Philadelphia Eagles luxury suites include 20 tickets, 4 VIP parking passes, exclusive access to stadium and stadium clubs, climate-controlled environment with retractable windows, suite attendant services, premium seating, and HD-TV’s.