Tennessee Titans Suites

Nissan Stadium, Nashville, TN
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Tennessee Titans Suite Prices and Details

How much do Tennessee Titans suites cost?

A suite for a Tennessee Titans game will cost between $6,500 - $16,000 on average. Depending on the Titans game, the price will vary. There are multiple suite levels at Nissan Stadium, generally the 200 Level will be more expensive than the 300 Level as you're closer to the field.

How many guests can fit in a Titans suite?

Titans luxury suites will hold 20-22 people. The 200 & 300 Suite Level offer the same amenities as each other. There are no smaller suite options available. For a larger group, there are two sizes of Party Suites, a 48 or 96 person option. These will be the largest suite options at Nissan Stadium.

Suite Levels at Nissan Stadium

Party Suite

48 Tickets
10 Parking
Catering Available

300 Level Suite

22 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

200 Level Suite

20-22 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

Nissan Stadium Event Planning Guide

Catering

In-suite catering is available to purchase at Nissan Stadium. Guests can pre-order at their discretion from the suite menu. Most suites do not include catering. On average, clients spend about $100 per person on food and alcohol, however, there is no catering minimum and it is optional.

Parking and Transportation

There are no cash lots on Nissan Stadium property on Tennessee Titans gamedays. If you've purchased a suite, you most likely receive VIP parking passes which will be located in lots closest to the stadium. Parking lots open 4 hours prior to the game and will close 2 hours afterwards.

Budget

For most events, in-suite catering is an additional cost. You'll want to budget this in advance but understand this charge doesn't occur until the day of the event. Suite pricing at Nissan Stadium varies widely on the event and location of the suite. Titans games will range from $6,500 - $16,000.

Dress Code

There is no dress code to be in a suite or on a suite level at Nissan Stadium. They are climate-controlled. If it’s a corporate event, many guests will likely be dressed in business casual attire. However, it’s not uncommon for guests to wear jerseys, jeans, shorts, tennis shoes or hats.

Venue Bag Policy

The clear bag policy is in effect for all Titans games, college football games, concerts and any other sporting event at Nissan Stadium.. Clear bags must be 12" x 12" x 6" or smaller. Prohibited items include umbrellas, strollers or baby seats, coolers or any outside food and drinks.

Entrances

Stadium gates open 2 hours prior to a Titans game and can vary on non-NFL events. For a suite ticketholder, there are two VIP entrances: the East and West Club Entrance. Once inside, you can take elevators to your suite level. Depending on where you park, any gate is fine to use as well.

Child Ticket Policy

Children under the age of 2 may enter Nissan Stadium for free as long as they are held in an parent or guardian's lap. If your child is 2 and older, they are required to have a ticket for any Titans game. There are no age restrictions for being in a suite or on a suite level at the stadium.

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Titans Spotlight

Current NFL Season

The 2019 Tennessee Titans season marks a crossroads for the franchise at the quarterback position. Marcus Mariota enters the final season of his rookie deal with something to prove. The former No. 2-overall pick led the Titans to a winning season last year (9-7) but missed the playoffs thanks to a Week 17 loss to Indianapolis. Mariota did win a playoff game at Kansas City two seasons ago, but the Titans want to see more out of the former Heisman Trophy winner out of Oregon.

With all that in mind, Tennessee traded for Ryan Tannehill, who is also seeking a fresh start after mostly unfulfilling seasons in Miami. The two will prove to make for an interesting dynamic in Nashville.

Head coach Mike Vrabel is hoping that Derrick Henry can capitalize on his 1,000-yard rushing season with another one to keep the passing options open for Mariota. Adam Humphries was brought in from... MORE

Past Spotlights

In 2018 the Tennessee Titans will look to carry over the momentum from the end of last season, when they advanced to the AFC Divisional Round. The Titans keys to success last year were a stout defense, ground and pound running game, and the improvement of young quarterback Marcus Mariota. In 2018 the Titans will look for the same formula to help them take the next step in the postseason.

Marcus Mariota hopes to continue his emergence as one of the better and more versatile quarterbacks in the NFL. Last year’s playoff experience should help him mature as a leader and a passer, helping this offense improve even more. After releasing DeMarco Murray, the Titans signed running back Dion Lewis to add depth to the backfield behind Derrick Henry. Henry has emerged as a ground and pound back that can carry the load in the running game. Lewis, who is a great pass catcher out of the backfield, will complement Henry nicely. With Lewis, tight end Delanie Walker, and wide receivers Rishard Matthews and Corey Davis, the Titans should have a very balanced aerial attack.

On the defensive side of the ball, the Titans signed Malcolm Butler to bolster an already strong secondary led by Kevin Byard, Logan Ryan, and Adoree’ Jackson. In the linebacker corps, veterans Brian Orakpo and Derrick Morgan will hold down the defense. And of course, 3x Pro Bowler Jurrell Casey is a force to be reckoned with on the defensive line. 

At Nissan Stadium the Tennessee Titans will welcome in the Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars, Indianapolis Colts, New York Jets, New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins, and Baltimore Ravens. 

Tennessee Titans suite rentals include 20 tickets and 4 VIP parking passes. With a Titans suite at Nissan Stadium, you have exclusive access to VIP club lounges and private entry into the stadium. Luxury boxes for Titans games feature interior lounge seating, exterior theater-style seats, private restroom, HDTVs and premium in-suite catering options. Another bonus to renting a Titans suite is being able to be in a climate-controlled environment.

The 2017 Tennessee Titans are making sure their young quarterback has the weapons he’ll need to shine this season. Marcus Mariota already has a strong offensive line and running game behind DeMarco Murray and Derrick Henry but now he has a couple of extra teammates to throw to. The Titans drafted WR Corey Davis fifth overall in the NFL Draft, making Davis the first receiver selected in the 2017 draft. When the third round came along, the Titans added to their wide receiver corps again by selecting Taywan Taylor. Last season, Rishard Matthews proved to be an excellent acquisition and Tajae Sharpe showed improvement as his rookie season went along. Throw TE Delanie Walker in the mix and Mariota could have a career year.

Defensively, the Titans addressed another need in the draft by trading back in to the first round for CB Adoree’ Jackson. Jackson joins a Titans secondary featuring Jonathan Cyprien, Da’Norris Searcy and Logan Ryan. The Titans have great leaders on defense and veterans who understand the schemes put in place by coaches Mike Mularkey and Jon Robinson. Titans fans can always count on guys like Brian Orakpo, Derrick Morgan, Avery Williamson and Jurrell Casey.

Here are the opponents coming to Nissan Stadium in 2017 to face the Titans: Oakland Raiders, Seattle Seahawks, Indianapolis Colts on Monday Night Football, Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, Houston Texans, Los Angeles Rams and the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Suites and Special Events: Tennessee Titans suite rentals include 20 tickets and 4 VIP parking passes. With a Titans suite at Nissan Stadium, you have exclusive access to VIP club lounges and private entry into the stadium. Luxury boxes for Titans games feature interior lounge seating, exterior theater-style seats, private restroom, HDTVs and premium in-suite catering options. Another bonus to renting a Titans suite is being able to be in a climate-controlled environment. Nissan Stadium will hold many events other than Titans games in 2017 such as the CMA Music Festival, Music City Bowl, Monster Jam, CONCACAF Gold Cup and the International Champions Cup (Tottenham Hotspur FC vs. Manchester City FC).

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