New Jersey Devils Suites

Prudential Center, Newark, NJ

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  • New Jersey Devils vs. New York Islanders

    Prudential Center, Newark NJ
    1 Suite Available
    Starting at $1,000
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  • 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.

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New Jersey Devils Suite Prices and Details

How much do New Jersey Devils suites cost?

New Jersey Devils suite prices range from $3,000-$5,000 depending on team performance, opponent, day of the week and suite size/location. Midweek games are priced at a premium as are games against conference rivals and popular opponents like the Flyers, Rangers, Capitals and Penguins.

How many guests can fit in a Devils suite?

Most private luxury suites located on the two main suite levels (100-Level and 200-Level) have a capacity of 16-20. Party Suites for larger groups of 48+ are available on a select basis and upon request. Loft Tables and Loge Boxes provide a premium option for small groups of 4-8.

Suite Levels at Prudential Center

Studio Suite

6-8 Tickets
2 Parking
Food & Beverage Included

100 Level Infiniti Luxury Suite

16-24 Tickets
0-2 Parking
Catering Available

200 Level Infiniti Luxury Suite

16-24 Tickets
0-2 Parking
Catering Available

Party Suite

48 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

Prudential Center Event Planning Guide


Food and beverage is available to purchase in all New Jersey Devils luxury suites. Devils suite guests can pre-order at their own discretion in advance to their game so that the suite is fully stocked with what they've chosen. On average, most will spend around $75-$100 per person.

Parking and Transportation

Prudential Center is easily accessible by NJ Transit, PATH, Amtrak, the Light Rail, and buses via Newark Penn Station. New Jersey Devils suites may include VIP parking passes that are valid in the Prudential Center Garage. The rideshare pick-up/drop-off point is Market Street at Championship Plaza.


New Jersey Devils luxury suites will cost between $2,000-$6,000 on average. Devils suites will vary in cost depending on the suite location, opponent and day of the week. Food and beverage is an additional cost that won't be charged until game day. On average, people spend $75-$100 per person on it.

Dress Code

There is no particular dress code for New Jersey Devils luxury boxes. If it's a corporate event, many guests will be in business casual attire. For most suites though, guests are dressed comfortably in NJ Devils fan gear. Comfortable shoes are recommended. There will be a coat closet in the suite.

Venue Bag Policy

All backpacks, including drawstring bags, are prohibited. This goes for Devils suite ticket holders as well. Tote bags smaller than 12"x16"x6" are permitted. The Prudential Center offers a paid bag storage lockers located at the Ford Tower and Lafayette Lobby Entrance. Laptops are permitted.


The Prudential Center has two VIP Entrances for New Jersey Devils suite ticket holders to use. The Infiniti VIP East Gate is located on the northeast corner of the Prudential Center on Mulberry Street. The VIP West Entrance is located on the opposite side of the arena on Devils Way.

Child Ticket Policy

Children two years of age and under will not require a separate suite ticket for admission. Any child older will need a ticket, even if going to a New Jersey Devils luxury box with a parent. Devils suites offer a desirable private environment for families and groups with young children.

Additional Questions?

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Devils Spotlight

Current NHL Season

The Devils just had their best season in franchise history. In 2023-24, New Jersey should rival its 112 points from last year. The Devils’ core is young and strong, already showing previous flashes. That group is led by center Jack Hughes, the first overall pick in 2019. The forward had a career-high 99 points last year, including 56 assists (ranked 19th in NHL). Nico Hischier, another former #1 pick, significantly improved last campaign. Veteran Dougie Hamilton exploded in 2022-23 for 74 points, the fourth most from a defender. Jesper Bratt and Dawson Mercer both continue to shine. And the off-season additions of Timo Meier and Tyler Toffoli make NJ even better. Toffoli had a career-high 73 points in 2022-23 and Meier notched 40 goals. The Devils are ready for a championship charge.

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Past Spotlights

Going into their 40th-anniversary season, New Jersey Devils fans are getting a bit impatient for the team’s return to the Stanley Cup playoffs. Despite a talented roster, the Devils have fallen short the past few years, and plenty of changes were made in order to get back to the promised land. Head coach Lindy Ruff remains, but several assistants were shuffled in and out. On the ice, Ondrej Palat comes over from Tampa Bay along with Erik Haula, John Marino, Brandan Smith, and goalender Vitek Vanecek to play alongside MacKenzie Blackwood. The hope is the new players will gel and turn the young crop of players (Jack Hughes, Nico Hischier, Jesper Bratt, and Yegor Sharangovich) into winners.

Get a world-class entertainment experience in Newark’s Prudential Arena for a Devils game this season. Luxury suites are a fully private space holding between 12 and 20 guests. There are customized dining options to meet any need you may have along with surprise perks like in-game visits from former Devils players. The Prudential Center was designed to be a hockey-first building, so the sightlines from any suite in the arena are top-notch.

Management was sick of missing the playoffs for three straight seasons and made major moves in the offseason to end that drought. New Jersey nabbed the biggest free agent on the market in Dougie Hamilton, who has developed into the league’s best offensive defenseman, recording 121 points in his previous three seasons with Carolina. Hamilton will join Ryan Graves, who came over in a trade with Colorado, as the front line defensive unit. New Jersey also added Tomas Tatar, a consistent 20-goal scorer. 22-year-old Nico Hischier begins his first full season as captain and should get plenty of help offensively from Pavel Zacha and Andreas Johnsson. Newly acquired goaltender from Detroit Jonathan Bernier will push Mackenzie Blackwood for minutes in net. Premium is Platinum at the Prudential Center when it comes to enhancing your hockey experience. The best seats at center ice come with all-inclusive private gourmet dining at the Platinum Lounge. Pound the plexiglass with their Glass Seats options that comes with access to newly renovated clubs. A farm-to-fan experience can be found at The Restaurant. Superb dining can be found on high-top ledge seating, giving fans a look at everything on the ice.

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