Seattle Seahawks Suites

CenturyLink Field, Seattle, WA

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  • Seattle Seahawks vs. Arizona Cardinals

    CenturyLink Field, Seattle WA
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Seattle Seahawks Suite Prices

How much do Seattle Seahawks suites cost?

Prices typically range from $18,000 -$30,000 for fully private Seattle Seahawks suites. Prices vary based on opponent, day of game and suite location. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at CenturyLink Field can vary widely based on the type of event.

Suite Levels at CenturyLink Field

Luxury Suite

24 Tickets
3 Parking

Club Level Suite

18 Tickets
24 Capacity
6 Parking

CenturyLink Field Event Planning Guide

Suite Experience Group helps customers plan events in private luxury suites at CenturyLink Field. In this section, we’ve compiled key considerations when planning your next event in a luxury box at CenturyLink Field

SUITE CAPACITY

With multiple suite levels, most suites at CenturyLink Field can accommodate up to 24 guests. Club Level suites come standard with 18 tickets; typically, an additional 6 “standing room” tickets will be available for purchase in the Club Level at an added cost.  Upper Level Luxury Suites come standard with 24 tickets.   

BUDGET FOR A SUITE PURCHASE

Prices for luxury suites at CenturyLink Field generally range from $18,000-$30,000. The Seahawks, who are known for their particularly loud fan base, often sell out home games. Luxury boxes at CenturyLink field are also great for the Seattle Sounders FC and concerts. Suite prices for concerts can vary widely based on the type of event.

CENTURYLINK FIELD SUITE CATERING

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Seahawks Spotlight

Current NFL Season

After a one-year hiatus, the Seattle Seahawks returned to the playoffs as a Wild Card in the NFC with a 10-6 record, but they fell in the first round to the Dallas Cowboys.

Seattle is in the midst of their most successful run in franchise history, posting winning seasons in each of the last seven and appearing in two Super Bowls, winning one.

Quarterback Russell Wilson was rewarded for his consistently winning ways by signing a four-year extension that makes him the highest-paid player in the NFL. He even used some of that money by gifting $12,000 worth of Amazon stock to each the 13 offensive linemen on the Seahawks roster!

On the defensive side, Seattle traded star defensive end Frank Clark to the Chiefs in exchange for a first round draft pick this year and a second-rounder in 2020.

CenturyLink Field has been the home to the Seahawks since 2002, and the... MORE

Past Spotlights

The revamped Seattle Seahawks enter the 2018 NFL season with a completely different look than in past years. After failing to miss the playoffs for the first time in six years, GM John Schneider decided to shake up the roster in the off-season. Household names Richard Sherman, Michael Bennett, and Jimmy Graham will all be playing elsewhere in 2018, as the Seahawks will look to go with a younger roster this season. 

Despite the changes, head coach Pete Carroll and Pro Bowl quarterback Russell Wilson will be back for 2018, looking to lead the Seahawks back to the postseason. The combination of Pete Carroll and Russell Wilson is a sign of continuity from the Seahawks past years of success. New additions wide receiver Jaron Brown and tight end Ed Dickson will join Doug Baldwin and Tyler Lockett as Russell Wilson’s main targets on offense. Defensive end Cliff Avril and safety Kam Chancellor will return from injury to join Earl Thomas, Bobby Wagner, and K.J. Wright on the defensive side of the football. Last year’s defense was crippled by injury, but if healthy, Pete Carroll should have an elite defense on his hands once again. With a revamped roster, the Seattle Seahawks will look to compete in a very competitive NFC West in 2018.

CenturyLink Field is considered the loudest stadium in the NFL. The Seahawks’ '12th man' has twice set the Guinness World Record for the loudest crowd noise at a sporting event. Simply put, CenturyLink Field is an incredible venue to experience a football game. CenturyLink Field will see the Seattle Seahawks go to battle with the San Francisco 49ers, Los Angeles Rams, Arizona Cardinals, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Chargers, and Dallas Cowboys in 2018.

Experience what it’s like being part of the Seahawks’ 12th man from the setting of a private luxury suite at CenturyLink Field. CenturyLink Field luxury suites feature HDTVs, Wi-Fi, premium seating inside and outside of the suite, private restrooms, wet bars and in-suite catering options. With a Seahawks suite you will receive VIP parking passes and exclusive access to the VIP clubs inside CenturyLink Field. Seahawks suites are perfect for any occasion whether you are entertaining clients or enjoying the game with friends and family.

Offense: The Seattle Seahawks have won 3 NFC West division titles in the last 4 years. In 2017, the Seattle Seahawks will once again be an elite contender in the NFC. Russell Wilson leads a talented and athletic offensive group. Tight end Jimmy Graham and wide receiver Doug Baldwin remain his favorite targets. In the offseason, the Seahawks signed former Packers running back, Eddie Lacy. Lacy fits with head coach Pete Carroll's run first approach. Lacy is a big, powerful back with similar tendencies to ex-Seahawk Marshawn Lynch. Lynch's running style led the Seahawks to some of their most successful seasons in franchise history, so fans are excited to have Lacy. Lacy will team up with Thomas Rawls in this run-oriented offense. 

Defense: The Seattle Seahawks are a defensive-minded football team. If the Seahawks make a deep playoff run in 2017, it will be on the laurels of their defense. The Seahawks have developed a historically dominant secondary. Aptly nicknamed the Legion of Boom, this secondary will return the 'Big three' of Kam Chancellor, Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas. If healthy, this secondary is the best in football. All-Pro defensive end Michael Bennett will return with Cliff Averil to form a solid defense line. In the middle of the field, linebackers Bobby Wagner and KJ Wright are tackling machines. All in all, if the Seahawks remain healthy, this defense will once again be elite in 2017.

Schedule: CenturyLink Field is considered the loudest stadium in the NFL. The Seahawks’ '12th man' has twice set the Guinness World Record for the loudest crowd noise at a sporting event. Simply put, CenturyLink Field is an incredible venue to experience a football game. In 2017, the Seahawks will host the following home opponents: Atlanta Falcons, Arizona Cardinals, Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers, Indianapolis Colts, Houston Texans, Washington Redskins, and Philadelphia Eagles.

Suites and Special Events: Experience what it’s like being part of the Seahawks’ 12th man from the setting of a private luxury suite at CenturyLink Field. CenturyLink Field luxury suites feature HDTVs, Wi-Fi, premium seating inside and outside of the suite, private restrooms, wet bars and in-suite catering options. With a Seahawks suite you will receive VIP parking passes and exclusive access to the VIP clubs inside CenturyLink Field. Suites for the Seahawks are perfect for any occasion whether you are entertaining clients or enjoying the game with friends and family. In 2017, CenturyLink Field will also host Seattle Sounders games, and Coldplay and Metallica concerts.

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