Philadelphia Flyers Suites

Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA

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Philadelphia Flyers Suite Prices and Details

How much do Philadelphia Flyers suites cost?

Philadelphia Flyers suite prices typically range from $2,500-$5,500 on average. That's for a single game. The price can vary widely depending on the opponent, day of the week and suite level/location Mid-Level suites tend to be the most expensive followed by Club Level and Balcony Level suites.

How many guests can fit in a Flyers suite?

There are 3 different suite levels to see a Flyers game from. Most Flyers suites fit 12-16 comfortably. Club Level suites will accommodate 12-16 guests. The Mid-Level luxury boxes include 16 tickets. The Balcony Level suites are the largest at Wells Fargo Arena and can hold 12-24 guests.

Suite Levels at Wells Fargo Center

Balcony Suite

12 Tickets
26 Capacity
4 Parking

Mid-Level Suite

12 Tickets
18 Capacity
2 Parking

Club Suite

12 Tickets
18 Capacity
2 Parking

Wells Fargo Center Event Planning Guide

Catering

Suite catering at the Wells Fargo Center is provided by Aramark. Aramark offers an extensive preorder menu in addition to a more limited Gameday Suites Menu. Catering preorders are typically due 5 business days prior to an event. Additional items can be purchased during your event.

Parking and Transportation

We recommend using Gate A or Gate F to access the VIP parking lots. The VIP Reserved Lot is Lot H. Lot H is in close proximity to the arena and closest to the VIP Entrance. Other recommended lots to use for closest entry into the arena are Lots C, D and E.

Budget

For 76ers games, you'll need to budget $2,000-$5,000 for a suite. For Flyers games, you'll want to budget $2,500-$5,500. For concerts, they vary widely depending on the demand of the event and performer. Remember to factor in catering costs also, which won't occur until the day of the event.

Club Access

Those with a suite ticket will have access to the Cadillac Grille, a private restaurant/lounge located on the Club Suite Level. Also with a suite ticket, you can also access the Cure Insurance Club. Cure features local dining options, including Chickie & Pete's and Campos Cheesesteaks.

Dress Code

There is no dress to attend an event at the Wells Fargo Center in a suite. Business casual is most common but ultimately, we recommend dressing based on the purpose of the event. Fan gear like jerseys, shirts and hats are perfectly acceptable. We recommend comfortable shoes as well.

Venue Bag Policy

Wells Fargo Center utilizes walk-through metal detectors for all events including 76ers and Flyers games. Any purses, brief cases, luggage, roller bags, hardsided bags larger than 14” X 14” X 6” and all backpacks will not be allowed into the arena. Permitted bags are to be soft sided.

Entrances

For Flyers games, gates open 90 minutes prior to the game. For 76ers games, doors open 1 hour prior to tip-off. If you have a suite ticket, we recommend using the VIP entry at the Wells Fargo Center by Parking Lot H near the Broad Street Entrance. However, any entrance is fine to use.

Child Ticket Policy

Children under 2 years old do not require a ticket for a 76ers or Flyers game. Those under two will be required to sit on a lap of a paying customer. Any child 2 years or older will require a separate ticket for entry. Guests are encouraged not to bring strollers but they are allowed into suites.

Additional Questions?

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Flyers Spotlight

Current NHL Season

New head coach Alain Vigneault has won everywhere he’s been, and Flyers fans are hoping that trend continues in the City of Brotherly Love. The success for this season may depend on goaltending. After rotating through eight men at the position last year, prospect Carter Hart will get his chance, along with Brian Elliott in a reserve role. 

Kevin Hayes (via free agency) and Matt Niskanen (via trade with Washington) were the big offseason acquisitions, while Oskar Lindblom will look to capitalize on his strong end-of-season run a year ago (13 goals in the last 36 games).

The Wells Fargo Center, home of the Flyers since 1996, just finished the fourth of a five-year, $265 million renovation. A 4K Kinetic scoreboard above the rink is the largest addition. The board has pieces that can move, along with the ability... MORE

Past Spotlights

The Philadelphia Flyers will look to bounce back from a disappointing season and return to the playoffs in 2017-18. The Flyers core remains solid as Captains Claude Giroux and Wayne Simmonds return next season. Complimenting Giroux and Simmonds will be veteran winger Jakob Voracek - Voracek led the team in scoring last season posting 61 points. On defense the Flyers will return third-year player, Shayne Gostisbehere. Gostisbehere should partner with rookie sensation Ivan Provorov to form the team's top defensive pairing. In the offseason, the Flyers re-signed goalie Michal Neuvirth and also added goalie Brian Elliot in free agency. Elliot is a veteran who has seen success in the league and the NHL is trending towards a two-goalie system, so this depth will be key for the Flyers next season. Head Coach Dave Hakstol returns as the head coach of the Flyers for his third season. Hakstol previously spent 11 years as the head coach of the University of North Dakota and he is lauded for his player development skills. Expect prospects Travis Sanheim and Samuel Morin to debut at some point next season. Both are large, physical defensemen typifying traditional Flyers hockey. The Metropolitan Division is one of the toughest divisions in the NHL so Hakstol has a tough task at hand this season. The Flyers have won two Stanley Cup Championships in their franchise history and will look to add a third to their resume in 2017.

There are three suite levels at the Wells Fargo Center; Club Suite Level, Mid Suite Level and Balcony Suite Level. Balcony Suites will be the most spacious suite option accommodating groups of up to 18. Club Suites and Mid-Level suites will accommodate groups of 12 guests. Flyers luxury boxes will feature HDTVs, interior lounge seating, exterior balcony seating, premium in-suite catering options, and a wet bar / kitchenette area. With your Flyers suite rental you will also receive VIP parking passes and private entry into the Wells Fargo Center.

The Philadelphia Flyers once again made the playoffs in 2015-16, finishing 5th in the Metropolitan Division. The backbone of the 2016 Philadelphia Flyers will be Captain Claude Giroux and gritty winger Wayne Simmonds. Complimenting Giroux and Simmonds will be veteran winger Jakob Voracek and rising-talents Brayden Schenn and Sean Couturier. While Voracek had a bit of a down year coming off mega-expectations, look for him to bounce back as a top goal scoring threat this season. The Flyers will also return rookie sensation Shayne Gostisbehere on the blueline. Last season, the rookie from Union College scored 17 goals in less than half a season in the NHL. Gostisbehere was a legitimate candidate for ROY. Goalie Michal Neuvirth should recieve the bulk of playing time in net this season. He is a streaky goaltender, but if hot, Neuvirth is tough to beat. Head Coach Dave Hakstol returns as the head coach of the Flyers. Hakstol previously spent 11 years as the head coach of the University of North Dakota; he is lauded for his player development skills. The Metropolitan Division is one of the toughest divisions in the NHL so Hakstol has a tough task at hand in his second year. The Flyers have won two Stanley Cup Championships in their franchise history, with their last Stanley Cup Championship coming in the 1974-75 season - the Philly faithful would love to see the cup back in the City of Brotherly Love!

The most common Philadelphia Flyers suite includes 12 tickets with an option to purchase up to 6 additional tickets. A Flyers luxury box will feature HDTVs, interior lounge seating, exterior balcony seating, premium in-suite catering options, private restroom, wet bar and a dedicated suite attendant. With your Flyers suite you will receive VIP parking, private entry into the Wells Fargo Center and exclusive access to the VIP lounges inside.