New Jersey Devils Suites

Prudential Center, Newark, NJ

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  • New Jersey Devils vs. Anaheim Ducks

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  • New Jersey Devils vs. Washington Capitals

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  • New Jersey Devils vs. Toronto Maple Leafs

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  • New Jersey Devils vs. Boston Bruins

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  • New Jersey Devils vs. Colorado Avalanche

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  • New Jersey Devils vs. New York Islanders

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  • New Jersey Devils vs. Tampa Bay Lightning

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  • New Jersey Devils vs. Nashville Predators

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  • New Jersey Devils vs. Dallas Stars

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  • New Jersey Devils vs. Montreal Canadiens

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New Jersey Devils Suite Prices

How much do New Jersey Devils suites cost?

New Jersey Devils suite prices will range from $2,500 - $5,000. The cost of a Devils suite will vary based on day of game, opponent, and the location of the suite inside the Prudential Center. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at Prudential Center can vary widely based on the type of event.

Suite Levels at Prudential Center

100 Level Infiniti Luxury Suite

16 Tickets
2 Parking

200 Level Infiniti Luxury Suite

16 Tickets
2 Parking

Party Suite

48 Tickets
60 Capacity
4 Parking

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Devils Spotlight

Current NHL Season

Hopes are high in New Jersey this season! After winning the 2018 Hart Trophy as the NHL’s MVP, Taylor Hall returns after a season littered with injuries, and he’s joined by No. 1 overall draft pick Jack Hughes, giving Devils fans more hope since a guy named Brodeur was setting up camp in goal.

New Jersey also added gritty veteran defenseman P.K. Subban this offseason, along with scorers Nikita Gusev and Wayne Simmonds.

The Devils are also relying on goaltender Cory Schneider returning to form, while, at the same time, preparing for the future with Mackenzie Blackwood.

Come to the Prudential Center in Newark to experience The Lofts for yourself. This is billed as a classic styling of old New Jersey – speakeasy style. You get access to a private bar, an all-inclusive gourmet buffet, and great views of the action behind the goal that the Devils... MORE

Past Spotlights

The New Jersey Devils are a young team striving to return to the playoffs in 2017-18. Head coach John Hynes was brought in to help the Devils return to their former heights a decade prior. In 2016, Kyle Palmieri finished tied with Taylor Hall as the team’s leader points leader, with a team high 26 goals to go along with 27 assists. Hall contributed 20 goals and 33 assists. Adam Henrique and Travis Zajac both featured prominently in the team's attack. Rookie forward Miles Wood provided great energy and a physical presence on the third and fourth lines. Goalie Cory Schneider has performed adequately in goal. 

Fans can experience Devils hockey in VIP fashion from inside a private luxury suite. Prudential Center luxury suites are first-class all the way. Each suite for a Devils game features upscale furnishing, interior-and-exterior seating, premium in-suite catering options, a dedicated suite attendant and HDTVs. Your group will also get VIP parking at the Prudential Center as well as private entry into the arena. A sky box for the Devils is a perfect way to entertain clients or enjoy the game with friends and family.

Since reaching the Stanley Cup Finals three years ago, the New Jersey Devils have missed out on the playoffs all together. The Devils finished 10th in the Eastern Conference last season. Going into the new season, the team’s struggles on offense got a boost with the signings of Mike Cammalleri and Marty Havlat. The 2014-15 Devils will have their core group back featuring their stars Patrik Elias, Travis Zajak, Jaromir Jagr and Adam Henrique. The team locked up goaltender Cory Schneider this summer with a seven-year contract extension. Fans should have high hopes this season as the Metropolitan Division appears to be wide open behind only the Pittsburgh Penguins. While the New Jersey Devils fight their back into the postseason, fans can experience VIP treatment from their own private luxury suite. Prudential Center luxury suites are first-class all the way. Each suite for a Devils game features upscale furnishing, interior-and-exterior seating, premium in-suite catering options, a dedicated suite attendant and HDTVs. Your group will also get VIP parking at the Prudential Center as well as private entry into the arena. A luxury box for the Devils is a perfect way to entertain clients or enjoy the game with friends and family.

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