Pittsburgh Steelers Suites

Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA

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  • Preseason: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. New Orleans Saints

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  • Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Denver Broncos

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  • Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Houston Texans

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  • Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Philadelphia Eagles

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  • Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns

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  • Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals

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  • Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Baltimore Ravens

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  • Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Washington Redskins

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  • Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Indianapolis Colts

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Pittsburgh Steelers Suite Prices and Details

How much do Pittsburgh Steelers suites cost?

Pittsburgh Steelers suites cost between $12,000-$40,000 per game depending on team performance, opponent, day of the week, and suite size. Catering is not included in the cost of a suite rental so be sure to budget additional money. Suites for an average home game are usually around $15,000.

How many guests can fit in a Steelers suite?

Most Steelers suite rentals will accommodate groups ranging from 12-20. Common suite sizes include a 12 or 14 tickets with the option to purchase additional tickets as needed. Heinz Field suites have 8-12 fixed theater-style seats overlooking the field in addition to barstool/lounge seating.

Suite Levels at Heinz Field

300 Level Suite

12-14 Tickets
0-2 Parking
Catering Available

400 Level Suite

10-18 Tickets
0-2 Parking
Catering Available

Champions Club Suite

Heinz Field Event Planning Guide


In-suite catering is available to purchase for all suites at Heinz Field. The menu includes a wide range of food and beverage options provided by Aramark Catering. Suite rentals at Heinz Field do not include catering in the cost of the suite, so be sure to allocate additional budget if you would... MORE

Parking and Transportation

Heinz Field has nearly 30 parking lots (pre-sold and cash) in close vicinity to the stadium. Prepaid VIP parking passes for suite ticket holders can be valid in any number of lots surrounding the stadium and typically on the North Shore.


Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) suite prices can range from $12,000-$40,000 depending on team performance, opponent and suite size. Common 12-person and 14-person suites are priced between $12,000-$20,000 for most home games prior to catering expenses. Suite prices for Pittsburgh Panthers (NCAAF) football... MORE

Club Access

Suite ticket holders have full access to the Club Level at Heinz Field. Click below for more information on the UPMC Club Lounge and the West Club Lounge.

Dress Code

There is no formal dress code on the Heinz Field suite levels. Corporate groups are typically dressed in business casual attire; however, it is more common to see patrons in casual clothes or wearing team-branded apparel. All suites are individually climate-controlled. Retractable glass windows can... MORE

Venue Bag Policy

Heinz Field adheres to the NFL's Clear Bag Policy. Bags must be clear plastic or vinyl and cannot exceed 12"x 6"x 12". Backpacks, coolers and large purses are prohibited. Small clutches are permissible following screening. Laptops and tablets are also permitted inside Heinz Field.


Suite ticket holders are encouraged to use Suite Lobby B or Suite Lobby C entrances (located at the B and C gates respectively). The VIP Entrances open 2 hours prior to kick-off.

Child Ticket Policy

All guests, regardless of age, will require a valid event ticket for admission into Heinz Field. Strollers are permitted at Heinz Field. Suites can provide a private and secure environment for families and groups entertaining with younger children.

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Steelers Spotlight

Current NFL Season

The 2020 Pittsburgh Steelers are loaded with optimism following an inconsistent season a year ago, mostly because of injuries to their star quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger. With Roethlisberger healthy and a defense on the rise, the Steelers are prepared to beat up on the AFC North.

The Steelers defense could be tops in the NFL. Leading them back to their Steel Curtain days are Minkah Fitzpatrick, T.J. Watt, Bud Dupree, Joe Haden and Devin Bush. Head coach Mike Tomlin is focused on making sure Roethlisberger has playmakers all around him including JuJu Smith-Schuster and James Conner. The Steelers added TE Eric Ebron and drafted WR Chase Claypool in the second round.

Since opening in 2001, Heinz Field has been one of the most difficult stadiums for opposing teams to win in. Steelers Nation packs this stadium to its fullest waving their terrible towels. Whether it be... MORE

Past Spotlights

Few franchises can say they’re coming off a bit of a down stretch after going 13-3 in 2017 and 9-6-1 in 2018. However, the standards are high for a Pittsburgh Steelers club that hasn’t had a losing season since 2003.

Despite the great record in 2017, the Steelers were one-and-done in the playoffs, and last year the club missed the playoffs despite a winning mark.

The team also endured a season-long holdout by All-Pro running back Le’Veon Bell and an offseason trade of disgruntled wide receiver Antonio Brown to Oakland.

Despite the turmoil, the quarterback position remains solid. After a couple years of speculation that two-time Super Bowl winner Ben Roethlisberger would retire, Big Ben signed an extension that keeps him in black and gold through the 2021 season.

Longtime head coach Mike Tomlin is confident that running back James Conner and wide receiver Juju Smith-Schuster will fill the void that Bell and Brown leave.

On the defensive side of the ball, Pittsburgh signed free agent linebacker Mark Barron and cornerback Steven Nelson, along with re-signing linebacker Anthony Chickillo.

Heinz Field has been around for nearly two decades, but it did receive a facelift a couple of years ago, including a 41-by-123 foot scoreboard in the south end zone. An outdoor patio that’s open on non-game days during warm-weather months and an expansion of the Pub 33 food and beverage area are also recent additions to the stadium’s offerings. Suites at Heinz Field are climate-controlled, which is a crucial feature for those bitter-cold December and January games!

Pittsburgh looks to regain its stranglehold on the AFC North division, but it will be a tougher task this year with rival Baltimore looking strong, and Cleveland greatly improving its team. The Steelers will face those two teams, along with Cincinnati, twice this year. Other home games will be against Seattle, Miami (Monday night game), Indianapolis, the Los Angeles Rams, and Buffalo. Non-division road games include tilts with New England (Week 1 Sunday night game), San Francisco, the Los Angeles Chargers (Sunday night game), Arizona Cardinals, and Le’Veon Bell’s New York Jets.

As is the case in most years, the 2018 Pittsburgh Steelers are once again considered Super Bowl contenders. Led by Ben Roethlisberger, the Steelers have weapons on offense than most teams can’t contain. Roethlisberger has teased retirement for a couple of years now, so the Steelers need to push for another championship before Big Ben’s time comes. The Steelers wasted no time in the offseason to franchise tag Le’Veon Bell. While Bell was seeking a longer-term deal, this will guarantee him in the backfield for at lease this season. Antonio Bryant is one of the league’s best receivers and there’s no doubt he’ll be Roethlisberger’s favorite target in 2018. JuJu Smith-Schuster broke out as a rookie last season and will look to make a bigger impact this season. On the defensive side of the ball, the Steelers are hoping for a much better year. Mike Tomlin enters his 12th year as head coach of the Steelers and will be focusing on adding as much talent to the Steelers defense as he can. T.J. Watt will look to improve on a solid rookie season. Cam Heyward earned his first Pro Bowl selection after leading the Steelers in sacks. In free agency, the Steelers made a splash by signing former Packers star Morgan Burnett. He’ll team up with Joe Haden in the secondary.
Heinz Field has two suite levels in the stadium: 300 & 400 Level suites. Both suite levels are on the Steelers and visitors’ sidelines. The 300 Level suites will be closer to the field. All Steelers suites include first-class amenities such as theater-style seating, HDTVs, climate-controlled environment and a dedicated Steelers suite attendant. Premium in-suite catering options can be purchased in advance to any Steelers game or secondary event at Heinz Field. While the Steelers are the main attraction at Heinz Field, the stadium is also home to the University of Pittsburgh Panthers football team. Whether you are interested in a luxury box at Heinz Field for business or for friends and family, Suite Experience Group allows you to rent a suite for a single event and get all the perks to an annual lease holder.

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