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U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, MN

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Super Bowl LII Suite Prices

How much do Super Bowl LII suites cost?

Pricing for a fully-private luxury suite at Super Bowl LII will range from $175,000 to $700,000 depending on suite capacity and suite location. Suite options will come as small as 12-person Norseman Lounge Suites and as large as 50-person Cabin Suites. Individual tickets in a shared suite will cost an average of $17,500. All suites will feature premium in-suite catering (alcohol included) as part of the purchase price.

Suite Levels at U.S. Bank Stadium

All-Inclusive VIP Couch

12 Tickets
2 Parking

Loft Suite

18 Tickets

Norseman Suite

18 Tickets
22 Capacity

Norseman Lounge Suite

12 Tickets

Turf Suite

24 Tickets

Mini-Turf Suite

14 Tickets

Touchdown Suite

24 Tickets

Valhalla Suite

24 Tickets

Cabin Suite

50 Tickets

U.S. Bank Stadium Event Planning Guide

Catering

A catering package including food, soft drinks, beer and wine is included in the cost of most Minnesota Vikings suites. For Norseman Lounge suites, guests have access to a premium food spread in the Lounge directly behind their suite. Suite catering cost is extra for non-Vikings events.

Parking and Transportation

Luxury suites for Minnesota Vikings games at U.S. Bank Stadium typically come with VIP parking passes for a lot that is convenient to the appropriate entrance to access your luxury suite. For non-Vikings games, parking passes cost extra. Many guests also choose to utilize Lightrail and Northstar.

Budget

The budget for a luxury suite at U.S. Bank Stadium should be between $5,000 to $35,000 depending on the type of event you wish to attend and the size of your group. For Vikings games, suites typically average $20,000. Catering is included in the cost of the suite for Vikings games.

Club Access

U.S. Bank Stadium has a range of premium clubs accessible to suite ticket holders. Loft suiteholders will have access to the Mystic Lake Club Purple, also home to the Purple Couches. Field and Touchdown Suites grant access to the Delta Sky360 club through which players enter and exit the field.

Dress Code

U.S. Bank Stadium suites do not have a formal dress code, though it is always best to confirm expectations with your suite host in advance of the event. The stadium is indoors and climate controlled. For those who choose to bring their winter gear, most suites will have a coat rack or coat closet.

Venue Bag Policy

Luxury box guests must adhere to the NFL bag policy, which disallows bags, purses, or backpacks over 4.5” x 6.5”. It is recommended to bring your belongings in your pockets, in a clutch roughly the size of your hand, or in a small plastic bag. Consider leaving larger items in your vehicle.

Entrances

Gates at U.S. Bank Stadium will open 2.5 hours in advance so you can arrive early to enjoy the amenities of your suite. There are 7 entrances to choose from and your Suite Experience Group representative will advise on which entrance is most appropriate to access your particular luxury suite.

Child Ticket Policy

Suite guests must adhere to the venue ticket policy. For Vikings football games, one child less than 2 years old and less than 36 inches tall will be granted access with one ticketed adult. Some U.S. Bank Stadium events require all attendees, regardless of age, to present a ticket for entry.

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Event Spotlight

Current NFL Season

Super Bowl LII will be played at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota and will feature a matchup between the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles.

This year's Super Bowl will be the Patriots' record-breaking 10th appearance at The Big Game, and a win would put the franchise into a tie with the Steelers' all-time record of 6 Super Bowl victories. If the Pats hoist the Lombardi Trophy this year, it will also further cement the dynasty that coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady have been operating since their first Super Bowl appearance together in 2001.

The Eagles and their notoriously devoted fanbase may have even more reason to be excited to be in the Super Bowl, as it will be just their 3rd trip in franchise history and an opportunity to win their first. The Eagles have overcome long odds to get this far after losing starting quarterback... MORE