Dallas Stars Suites

American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX

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  • Dallas Stars vs. Tampa Bay Lightning

    American Airlines Center, Dallas TX
    1 Suite Available
    Starting at $3,525
    from $3,525

  • Dallas Stars vs. Toronto Maple Leafs

    American Airlines Center, Dallas TX
    1 Suite Available
    Starting at $3,778
    from $3,778

  • Dallas Stars vs. Minnesota Wild

    American Airlines Center, Dallas TX
    3 Suites Available
    From $3,493 to $4,030
    from $3,493

  • Dallas Stars vs. Carolina Hurricanes

    American Airlines Center, Dallas TX
    4 Suites Available
    From $3,525 to $3,778
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  • Dallas Stars vs. Arizona Coyotes

    American Airlines Center, Dallas TX
    2 Suites Available
    From $3,525 to $3,778
    from $3,525

  • Dallas Stars vs. St. Louis Blues

    American Airlines Center, Dallas TX
    2 Suites Available
    From $4,535 to $5,768
    from $4,535

  • Dallas Stars vs. Chicago Blackhawks

    American Airlines Center, Dallas TX
    3 Suites Available
    From $3,778 to $4,232
    from $3,778

  • Dallas Stars vs. Edmonton Oilers

    American Airlines Center, Dallas TX
    3 Suites Available
    From $3,677 to $4,182
    from $3,677

  • Dallas Stars vs. Nashville Predators

    American Airlines Center, Dallas TX
    5 Suites Available
    From $3,500 to $6,508
    from $3,500

  • Dallas Stars vs. New York Rangers

    American Airlines Center, Dallas TX
    4 Suites Available
    From $3,677 to $5,970
    from $3,677

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Dallas Stars Suite Prices and Details

How much do Dallas Stars suites cost?

Dallas Stars luxury suites typically cost between $2,500-$5,000 per game, depending on team performance, opponent, and day of the week. Midweek games are priced at a premium as are games versus popular opponents like the St. Louis Blues, Chicago Blackhawks and Pittsburgh Penguins.

How many guests can fit in a Stars suite?

Dallas Stars suites range in size and configuration. Flagship and Platinum Level suites have a capacity of 12-23. Most suites come with a base quantity of 18 tickets and the option to purchase overflow tickets, as needed. Suites on the Admiral Level commonly come with a quantity of 12 tickets.

Suite Levels at American Airlines Center

Flagship Suite

12 Tickets
18 Capacity
3 Parking

Platinum Suite

12 Tickets
18 Capacity
3 Parking

Admiral Club Suite

12 Tickets
24 Capacity
3 Parking

American Airlines Center Event Planning Guide

Catering

All private luxury suites at American Airlines Center offer premium in-suite catering provided by Levy Restaurants. The catering menu has many local options including the popular Dallas Smokehouse Package. On average, SEG clients spend $100 per group member. There is no catering minimum.

Parking and Transportation

Public transportation is highly encouraged at American Airlines Center; the DART and the Green/ Orange lines stop at the arena (Victory Station). VIP parking for suite holders is in the Lexus Garage adjacent to the arena. The ride-sharing pick-up/drop-off point is located on Star Way and Olive St.

Budget

Private suite rentals at American Airlines Center cost between $2,500-$15,000. Dallas Mavericks (NBA) and Dallas Stars (NHL) suites range from $3,000-$6,000. Prices fluctuate based on team performance, opponent and day of the week. Suite prices for concerts will vary widely based on performer.

Club Access

Suite ticket holders have full access to Platinum (Club) Level at American Airlines Center. This includes the Lexus Platinum Club, Effen Vodka Lounge, and the BeachBound Lounge among others. Platinum Level features plenty of cash bars and lounge seating in addition to private restrooms.

Dress Code

There is no dress code for Platinum (suite) Level at American Airlines Arena. Corporate groups typically dress in business casual attire; however, it is not uncommon for suite patrons to wear casual clothes or team-branded apparel. Suites are climate-controlled with a closest for coat storage.

Venue Bag Policy

All fans entering American Airlines Center are subject to metal detector screening. Any bags larger then 14”x14”x6” are not allowed into the arena. Laptops and tablets are permitted inside American Airlines Center for Mavericks and Stars games. For concerts, they are typically not allowed.

Entrances

There are three VIP entrances at American Airlines Center: Northeast Platinum Entry (All Star Way across from Audi Park Garage); Southeast Platinum Entry (between East Doors and Jack Daniel’s Club) and Gold Entry (Olive St.). Gates open 90 minutes before sports games and one hour prior to... MORE

Child Ticket Policy

Children under the age of 2 do not require a separate admission ticket to enter American Airlines Center. Suites provide a safe private environment for families and groups with young children. Strollers are permitted and able to be checked at Guest Relations.

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Stars Spotlight

Current NHL Season

Even though they were a playoff team, Dallas finished last season at the bottom of the NHL in scoring. In order to boost the goal total, the Stars signed free agents Joe Pavelski and Corey Perry. Having Miro Heiskanen build off a successful rookie season should help, and the potential of the core of Alexander Radulov, Tyler Seguin, and Jamie Benn is still there. Ben Bishop and Anton Khudobin still provide a solid one-two punch in goal, but they’ll hope for a little more help on the offensive side this year.

You have plenty of options for a premier game experience at the American Airlines Center. Start with the Service King Lounge Theater Boxes, which are available for 4-6 or 8-12 guests. In addition to box seats, you get VIP parking and entrance privileges, access to premium clubs and lounges, along with an all-inclusive buffet with beer,... MORE

Past Spotlights

In 2018-19, the Dallas Stars will aim to return to the Stanley Cup Playoffs after missing it the last two seasons. On paper, the Stars return a talented roster led by captain Jamie Benn and high-scoring winger, Tyler Seguin. Benn and Seguin are both signed to long-term contracts and they're undoubtedly the core of the franchise. Benn and Seguin form an elite offensive duo, both perennially 30-goal scorers. Forward Alex Radulov returns for his second season with the Dallas Stars. Radulov is a talented playmaker formerly of in KHL in Russia. On defense, international players John Klingberg, Miro Keiskanen, and Esa Lindell form a strong core. Klingberg is an ascending talent who has put himself in the heart of the Norris Trophy (Best NHL Defenseman) conversation annually. Ben Bishop will return as the starting goaltender for Dallas. Bishop has always had the talent and this season he'll be counted on to perform at an elite level. Bishop will be spelled by veteran backup Anton Khudobin who has plenty of NHL experience. If the goaltending duo in Dallas can hold up, the Stars have plenty of talent to make a deep run in the Western Conference.

Last season, the Dallas Stars were the second best team in hockey during the regular season finshing with 109 points. The Stars earned the top seed in the Western Conference. Entering 2016, Dallas has Stanley Cup aspirations. Stars left winger Jamie Benn and center Tyler Seguin might be the best scoring duo in the league; both scored over 30 goals on the year.  Benn had an absolutely dominant season scoring 89 total points on 41 goals and 48 assists and garnering enough buzz for the Hart trophy that he was named a finalist for the MVP.  Seguin had another excellent year in support of Benn, scoring 33 goals and assisting on 40 goals.  In the offseason, the Stars acquired defenseman Dan Hamhuis from the Canucks.

The American Airlines Center will also be hosting the Anaheim Ducks, Colorado Avalanche, Los Angeles Kings, Columbus Blue Jackets, Winnipeg Jets, St. Louis Blues, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, Boston Bruins and Pittsburgh Penguins.

The American Airlines Center features three different suite levels; Flagship, Platinum and Admiral. A Stars suite will include VIP parking, private entrance into American Airlines Center, exclusive access to stadium clubs and restaurants, and premium in-suite catering options. A luxury box for a Stars game will feature first-class amenities like HDTVs, interior/exterior premium seating, upscale furnishing, Wi-Fi and a dedicated suite attendant. Whether you are looking into a Stars suite for a corporate outing or for pleasure, it presents the perfect setting for any occasion. Special events at the American Airlines Center include Carrie Underwood, Kanye West, Kellogg's Tour of Gymnastics Champions, Adele, Eric Church, Keith Urban, Mana, the Belong Tour, Stevie Nicks and the Elite Rodeo Athletes Championship.