Tennessee Titans Suites

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Latest Covid-19 / Coronavirus Updates

SEG is constantly reviewing guidance from professional leagues, teams, venues, and government agencies, and will help you navigate these uncertain times.

The SEG 100% Guarantee

  • We guarantee you will receive your suite tickets in time for your event. In the extremely rare case that you do not, we will offer you an alternative option if available or we will refund you at least 100% of your total purchase price.
  • If the event is canceled or if fans are no longer permitted, you may choose to receive a full refund or a credit towards a future SEG purchase.
  • If the event date changes, you will receive the suite you purchased for the new date.
  • Some listings are further protected by a Flexible Refund Policy which allows you to receive a full refund for any reason as long as you contact us at least 21 days prior to the event date.

Please reach out to us if you have any further questions at [email protected] or 800-592-7043.

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 for all Tennessee Titans suite rentals. On average, clients will spend $100 per person on food and alcohol. Titans suite catering is provided by Levy Restaurants. The extensive menu features food/drink packages and a la carte items; all served in... MORE

Parking and Transportation

Titans suite rentals come with VIP Parking Passes. VIP Lots are located closest to Nissan Stadium. VIP Parking lots open 4 hours prior to Tennessee Titans games. For Tennessee Titans suite ticket holders using ride-share, an event day drop-off zone is located off Shelby Street (near Lot T)

Safety and Well-being

The Tennessee Titans are currently working closely with the NFL, and state and local officials on a solution for Titans games to be developed with the health and safety of fans at the forefront.

Budget

Tennessee Titans single-game suite rentals cost between $6,500-$16,000 depending on opponent, day of the week, and suite size/location. Most Titans suites will cost around $12,000 prior to any catering expenses. Games against marquee opponents or games played on Monday, Thursday or Sunday nights... MORE

Dress Code

There is no dress code for Tennessee Titans suites. Most Titans suite patrons will dress casually, often in team-branded apparel. If you're attending a game with a corporate group, we always recommend clarifying dress expectations with your host prior to the event.

Venue Bag Policy

Tennessee Titans suite ticket holders must adhere to the NFL's Clear Bag Policy at Nissan Stadium. Policy states that permissible bags much be clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC and under the size of 12" x 12" x 6". Prohibited items include backpacks, coolers, umbrellas, and strollers.

Entrances

Titans suite entrances open 2 hours prior to kick-off. Tennessee Titans suite ticket holders should use either the East Club Entrance or the West Club Entrance depending on which side of the stadium their suite is on. Upon entry into Nissan Stadium, elevators will take you to your suite level.

Child Ticket Policy

Children 2 years of age and under attending a Titans game in a suite will not require a separate admission ticket. Tennessee Titans suites can provide families with a safe and secure gameday environment. Titans suites are a good alternative to group seating.

Additional Questions?

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Titans Spotlight

Current NFL Season

The Titans have emerged into the one of the league’s most fun offenses to watch, and that is expected to continue in 2021. Derrick Henry, the NFL’s leading rusher for the past two seasons, is back and expected to carry the load again. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill has a new weapon in former Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones, and A.J. Brown also returns to give him great options on both sides of the field. Luxury suites at Nissan Stadium give you all the comforts of home, including premium food and beverage options and unique gameday experiences involving the playing field and other surprises. The stadium also includes several clubs, including the East Club and Touchdown Club, for premium-seat holders to enjoy.

Past Spotlights

The Tennessee Titans were not that far away from reaching the Super Bowl, so the 2020 expectations are set high at Nissan Stadium. Quarterback, Ryan Tannehill, led the Titans into the playoffs after taking over mid-season a year ago. Tannehill signed an extension to build upon his success. Derrick Henry led the NFL in rushing yards and touchdowns last season. Henry will be carrying the load once again with rookie running back, Darrynton Evans, changing the pace. In his second season in the NFL, A.J. Brown will be taking over as the number one receiving option for the Titans with Corey Davis and Adam Humphries filling out the rest of the receiving core.

To help an already solid defensive unit, the Titans drafted cornerback Kristian Fulton in the NFL Draft and signed Vic Beasley in free agency. With Kevin Byard and Harold Landry at the helm, Mike Vrabel’s defense is filled with star talent.

Recent renovations to the suites at Nissan Stadium have them in more demand than ever before. Titans suites are located on 3 separate levels: 100 Suite Level, 200 Suite Level and 300 Suite Level. Most Titans luxury suites will accommodate groups from 20-22 people. VIP parking, private entry into Nissan Stadium and in-suite catering options are some of the top perks with a suite. All Tennessee Titans suites will feature exterior balcony seating, HDTVs, interior lounge seating and a dedicated Titans suite attendant. No matter what the weather is, a Titans box is also climate-controlled for your comfort.

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 the Dolphins to offer wide receiver help, and the team selected Ole Miss wideout A.J. Brown in the second round of this year’s draft to give Mariota another weapon. Offensive lineman Rodger Saffold was signed to a four-year deal as a free agent to provide additional protection for Mariota. The Titans feel they’ve given Mariota plenty of firepower on offense, so it’s up to him to make it work and bring an AFC South division title to Tennessee for the first time in over a decade.

The Titans have worked to improve traffic flow to and from Nissan Stadium, as well as offering better food options with shorter lines, in recent seasons. The City of Nashville says capital improvements to the stadium in the near future are needed to keep it a viable NFL facility for decades to come. The stadium is home to 177 luxury suites with comfortable leather seating and climate control for those chilly late-season games.

The division is a competitive one, especially with the return of Andrew Luck in Indianapolis. The Titans will play the Colts, Jacksonville, and Houston twice this season. The rest of the home schedule includes matchups with Buffalo, the Los Angeles Chargers, Tampa Bay, Kansas City, and New Orleans. Road contests outside the division will be at Cleveland, Atlanta, Denver, Carolina, and Oakland.

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