Minnesota Wild Suites

Xcel Energy Center, St Paul, MN

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  • Minnesota Wild vs. St. Louis Blues

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  • Minnesota Wild vs. San Jose Sharks

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  • Minnesota Wild vs. Vegas Golden Knights

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  • Minnesota Wild vs. Ottawa Senators

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  • Minnesota Wild vs. Colorado Avalanche

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Our 100% Guarantee

No matter what happens, Suite Experience Group has you covered - your suite will be protected by our 100% Guarantee.

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.

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

Minnesota Wild Suite Prices and Details

How much do Minnesota Wild suites cost?

Minnesota Wild suite prices range from $3,500-$6,000 per game depending on opponent, day of the week, and suite location. Weekday games and marquee opponents are priced at a premium. Weekend games typically offer more affordable suite options. Suite prices can change based on availability and... MORE

How many guests can fit in a Wild suite?

Minnesota Wild suites have a capacity of 18-50. Suites come with a base allocation of suite tickets with the option to purchase additional tickets, as needed. Most suites on the Bremer Bank Suite Level accommodate groups of 18-26. Select larger suites can fit 30-50 guests.

Suite Levels at Xcel Energy Center

Club Suite

20-30 Tickets
0-5 Parking
Catering Available

Bremer Bank Suite

18-30 Tickets
0-2 Parking
Catering Available

Xcel Energy Center Event Planning Guide

Catering

For Minnesota Wild suite rentals that don't include food and beverage, catering can be ordered in advance at your own discretion. There is no minimum and it is completely optional. Some Wild suites will offer catering packages with the rental. All catering is handed through Levy Restaurants.

Parking and Transportation

Minnesota Wild suite ticket holder parking is located in the Kellogg Parking Ramp, one of two garages connected directly to the Xcel Energy Center. A mobile pass will be required for entry. The rideshare pick-up and drop-off points are located at Gate 4 near the Michelob Golden Light Taphouse.

Budget

Minnesota Wild luxury suites will vary in cost depending on the opponent, day of the game and suite location. Most Wild suite rentals will be between $3,500-$8,000 for a single suite. If in-suite catering was not included, food and beverage will be charged on the day of the game.

Club Access

Minnesota Wild suite ticket holders have full access to the RBC Wealth Management Club Level in addition to the Reserve Lounge on the Bremer Bank Suite Level. This space features an upscale full-service bar and seating area. Upgraded food and beverages are available for purchase.

Dress Code

There is no strict dress code to follow when in a Minnesota Wild luxury box. Corporate groups are typically dressed in business casual attire. It most common to see guests in Minnesota Wild fan gear. Wild suites at Xcel Energy Center are climate-controlled and feature a close for coat storage.

Venue Bag Policy

The Minnesota Wild adheres to a Clear Bag Policy. Clear tote bags (plastic, vinyl or PVC) smaller than 12"x 6"x 12" and small soft-sided bags under 5"x 8" are permitted inside the venue. Backpacks, coolers and other large bags are not permitted. A bag-check is available at Gates 1 and 3.

Entrances

With a Minnesota Wild suite ticket, guests can enter Xcel Energy Center through dedicated VIP Entrance. The Wild suite ticket holder entrance is located at Gate 5. However, any of the Xcel Energy Center gates are fine to use. The VIP Entrance opens 2 hours prior to all Minnesota Wild games.

Child Ticket Policy

Children 2 years of age and under will not require a separate ticket for admission into the Xcel Energy Center. Minnesota Wild suites can provide a secure environment for groups entertaining families with young children. Strollers are permitted provided they are checked inside with Guest Services.

Additional Questions?

Please view our Frequently Asked Questions or Contact Us.

We are always happy to assist you.

Wild Spotlight

Current NHL Season

Minnesota has made the playoffs in 10 of the last 11 seasons, a trend that should continue in 2023-24. The Wild’s biggest strength is their defense. Minnesota ranked seventh in goals against last season. Even better, the Wild were third in save percentage. That was helped by goalie Filip Gustavsson who ranked second in the NHL in goals against. His personal save percentage of 93.1% also came in second. Offensively, Kirill Kaprizov shined in 2022-23. The left winger notched 40 goals and 75 points to lead the team. Youngster Matt Boldy impressed as well, putting up 63 points in his second season. If he continues to improve, Minnesota gets a lot better. The Wild are well-rounded, which should translate well come April.

Xcel Energy Center provides fans with great luxury opportunities. On-the-Glass Seats give a memorable experience with exclusivity. The Custom One Club, going... MORE

Past Spotlights

Two Minnesota mainstays may be gone, but one of the NHL’s brightest stars is locked in for the Wild’s future. The franchise bid farewell to fan-favorites Zach Parise and Ryan Suter, however, Kirill Kaprizov signed a five-year extension following a Calder Trophy winning season. Kaprizov hopes to pick up where he left off after netting 27 goals in his first year in the league. Mats Zuccarello and Joel Eriksson Ek will provide top line support, with the latter, 24-year-old Eriksson Ek coming off a career-best 19-goal campaign. Should 2020 No. 9 overall draft pick Marco Rossi join the squad, he could easily be the beneficiary of increased minutes. Cam Talbot holds down the fort in net, and if he plays back to his 2016-17 form where he won 42 games, an eighth playoff appearance in ten years won’t be out of the question. There’s no question as to where the best seats are inside the Xcel Energy Center. On-the-Glass Seats put you as close as the NHL allows to the action and includes membership to the most exclusive membership in town, the On-the-Glass Club. A little more privacy comes with membership to the Bud Light Top Shelf Lounge. Loge Box seating with a Scandinavian influence comes with an all-inclusive food and beverage package, catered by Levy Restaurants. Exceptional dining opportunities are also available at one of the premier seating options in all of sports and entertaining, the RBC Wealth Management Club Level.

It’s a new era in the North Star State, as Bill Guerin takes over as general manager of the Wild, after a successful run as an assistant in Pittsburgh.

Guerin wasted no time by bringing in former Rangers standout Matz Zuccarello in on a five-year deal. Kevin Fiala and Ryan Donato, late additions to the club a season ago via trades with Nashville and Boston respectively, will be relied upon for this entire season.

Defender Matt Dumba is healthy and will anchor what appears to be a stout blue line, and hopefully they can give goalenders Devan Dubnyk and Alex Stalock some confidence.

While it may be cold outside, come heat things up at the Xcel Energy Center by enjoying a premium experience. The Bremer Bank Suite Level is just above the lower bowl, and you will be treated like royalty in your own luxury suite. Enjoy the game with personalized catering and a private attendant, along with parking passes, private suite level restrooms, and two HDTVs in each box.

For a more communal atmosphere, check out the Bud Light Top Shelf Lounge. It’s an all-inclusive parlor area behind the goal on the west side of the arena. There’s a private bar, complimentary buffet, and 24 loge boxes to enjoy the game in style.