Chicago Blackhawks Suites

United Center, Chicago, IL

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Chicago Blackhawks Suite Prices

How much do Chicago Blackhawks suites cost?

Chicago Blackhawks suites cost between $4,500-$8,500 depending on team performance, opponent, day of the week and suite level. In general, Blackhawks suites are more expensive than suites for the Chicago Bulls (NBA).

Suite Levels at United Center

Lower Level Suite

12 Tickets
18 Capacity
4 Parking

Club Level Suite

12 Tickets
20 Capacity
4 Parking

Penthouse Level Suite

14 Tickets
22 Capacity
4 Parking

United Center Event Planning Guide

ARENA ACCESS

To enter all United Center suite levels, use Gate 2 ½ on Madison Street or Gate 6 ½ on Adams Street. Next to each gate entrance there are elevators and stairs that will take you and your guests up to all three suite levels. For Bulls and Blackhawks games, the gates usually open 90 minutes before the game begins.

UNITED CENTER PARKING

All suites come with four parking passes per game. Two of the passes are for Lot C or K, while the other two passes are for Lots A, B, D, E, F, MX, or L. A link to the parking lot map will be helpful upon arrival at United Center. 

UNITED CENTER BAG POLICY

All bags larger than 14”x14”x6” are prohibited in the United Center. Purses and drawstring bags of appropriate size will be permitted in the arena. Please note that all bags will be inspected by security personnel prior to entering the United Center.

UNITED CENTER CATERING

In-suite catering can be purchased for you and your guests to enjoy while attending...

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Blackhawks Spotlight

Current NHL Season

The Blackhawks are in a bit of transition, as the team has moved on from several pieces of their Stanley Cup-winning teams (like head coach Joel Quenneville), while others remain (Patrick Kane, Jonathan Toews, and goaltender Corey Crawford).

Can this core, combined with Dylan Strome, Alex Nylander, and defenders like Calvin de Haan and Olli Maatta, to make another run in the Western Conference? Strome averaged nearly a point per game after being traded to Chicago midseason, and Alex DeBrincat is expected to reach the next level this year after scoring 41 goals a season ago. It will be up to head coach Jeremy Colliton, going into his first full season on the bench, to get the most out of this squad.

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Past Spotlights

The Chicago Blackhawks come into 2017 looking to again compete for the Stanley Cup, which they have hoisted 3 of the last 7 seasons. They will surely be hungry this year after a surprising first round playoff exit last season despite clinching the Western Conference. Leading the way will be Patrick Kane, 2015-16 NHL MVP and leading scorer, who tied for second in the league last season with 89 points. Kane is a sure fire Hall of Famer, but it doesn't stop there for the Hawks. Captain Jonathan Toews, Defensemen Duncan Keith and Brent Seabrook, and goalie Corey Crawford will look to propel the Blackhawks back into the playoffs. 

The Hawks made some notable moves in the offseason to bolster their roster. The team was reunited with Brandon Saad, who was vital in the Blackhawk's Stanley Cup runs in 2013 and 2015, by trading dynamic winger Artemi Panarin for Saad and Anton Forsberg, a young goalie prospect.  Saad will be a welcomed addition to the roster, as he achieved a plus/minus of +23 last season. GM Stan Bowman also re-signed a fan favorite, sniper Patrick Sharp.

In 2017, the Blackhawks will have all eyes on them as they host the Pittsburgh Penguins to kick off their 2017-18 season. The Hawks will also host the Predators, Red Wings, Golden Knights, Sharks, and Blues, and more this season.

Known as the "Madhouse on Madison," the United Center is constantly selling out and is a premiere stadium to visit. A private luxury box for the Blackhawks is a great way to entertain clients or watch a game with friends and family. A Blackhawks suite will feature premium in-suite catering options, VIP parking, a dedicated suite attendant, full-service wet bar, HDTVs, upscale furnishing and the most comfortable seating offered at the United Center. Skyboxes for the Blackhawks can accommodate small or large groups. 

The Chicago Blackhawks come into 2016 loaded with talent led by one of the best players in the game in right winger Patrick Kane. Kane led the NHL in points and was third in assists on the season while once again making his case for the best player in the NHL. Left wing Artemi Panarin was second on the team with 77 points and complimented Kane perfectly as a finisher and distributor.  Center Jonathan Toews was third on the team with 58 points, which came on 28 goals and 30 assists and brought his typical veteran leadership and a great feel for the game.  Goalie Corey Crawford was a wall in the net allowing only 2.37 goals scored against per game.  In the offseason, the Hawks brought back defenseman and 16-year veteran Brian Campbell.  Campbell had the highest plus/minus in the NHL and will surely make a positive impact on Chicago's backline in 2016.

In 2016, the Blackhawks will host the Minnesota Wild, St. Louis Blues, Los Angeles Kings, Vancouver Canucks, Detroit Red Wings, San Jose Sharks, Pittsburgh Penguins and the Boston Bruins.

Watch the defending Stanley Cup champions in style this season. A private luxury box for the Blackhawks is a great way to entertain clients or watch a game with friends and family. A Blackhawks suite will feature premium in-suite catering options, VIP parking, a dedicated suite attendant, full-service wet bar, HDTVs, upscale furnishing and the most comfortable seating offered at the United Center. Suites for the Blackhawks can accommodate small or large groups. The United Center is also home to the Chicago Bulls and will also be hosting the the Chicago Classic NCAA Basketball Preseason tournament in December. Along with those events, you can also get a suite for Sia with Miguel, Kanye West, Drake & Future, Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey, Stevie Nicks, Maxwell & Mary J. Blige, Twenty One Pilots, and Game of Thrones Live.