San Jose Sharks Suites

SAP Center, San Jose, CA

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  • San Jose Sharks vs. Detroit Red Wings

    SAP Center, San Jose CA
    1 Suite Available
    Starting at $4,000
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  • San Jose Sharks vs. Edmonton Oilers

    SAP Center, San Jose CA
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    Starting at $3,400
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  • San Jose Sharks vs. New York Islanders

    SAP Center, San Jose CA
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  • San Jose Sharks vs. Winnipeg Jets

    SAP Center, San Jose CA
    1 Suite Available
    Starting at $3,751
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  • San Jose Sharks vs. Los Angeles Kings

    SAP Center, San Jose CA
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    Starting at $3,751
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  • San Jose Sharks vs. Washington Capitals

    SAP Center, San Jose CA
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    Starting at $3,400
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    SAP Center, San Jose CA
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    SAP Center, San Jose CA
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  • San Jose Sharks vs. Arizona Coyotes

    SAP Center, San Jose CA
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    Starting at $3,800
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  • San Jose Sharks vs. St. Louis Blues

    SAP Center, San Jose CA
    2 Suites Available
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San Jose Sharks Suite Prices

How much do Sharks suites cost?

San Jose Sharks luxury suites typically cost $3,500-$5,000 for a regular season home game. Pricing will vary based on opponent, day of the week, and suite level/location. Concourse Level Suites are generally more expensive than Penthouse Level Suites. San Jose Sharks playoff suites are typically priced between $5,000-$12,000 depending on round. For concerts and family events at the SAP Center, luxury boxes could can start as low as $1,500 while popular performers can command suite prices upwards of $8,000.

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Suite Levels at SAP Center

Penthouse Loft Suite

12 Tickets
18 Capacity
4 Parking

A San Jose Sharks Penthouse Loft suite will be located right above the 200 level seating sections. For a Sharks game, you will receive 12-14 tickets and 4 VIP parking... MORE

Concourse Suite

12 Tickets
18 Capacity
4 Parking

The San Jose Sharks Concourse suites are the lower of two suite levels at the SAP Center. These suites are going to be right above the 100 level seating sections. For... MORE

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Sharks Spotlight

The thrilling Game 7 comeback over Vegas in last year’s playoffs was the highlight of the season, which unfortunately ended in a loss to the eventual Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues in the Western Conference Finals.

San Jose has been one of the more consistently solid teams this decade, but they are playing without Joe Pavelski for the first time in 13 years. Will fellow longtime Shark Joe Thornton be able to carry this group to another deep playoff run?

The Sharks did some spending this offseason, giving All-Star defenseman Erik Karlsson an eight-year, $92 million contract, along with a four-year, $24 million deal to winger Timo Meier. Expect Kevin Labanc to take on a larger role after scoring 56 points last year, and center Logan Couture has ascended to the captain’s role.

Luxury suites come in all shapes and sizes at the SAP Center. Suites range from being able to host 18 to 84 people, and include parking passes, personal TVs, and coaches, along with the option to purchase catered food and drink. Concourse suites are available in between the lower and upper bowls of the arena, along with penthouse suites ringing the top.

Past Spotlights

The San Jose Sharks are a perennial playoff contender in the Western Conference and 2018-2019 should be no different. The Sharks return a talented roster led by captain Joe Pavelski and veteran Joe Thornton. Behind those veterans are a host of young and talented players including Tomas Hertl, Timo Meir, and Logan Couture. In the offseason, the team resigned power forward Evander Kane to a multiyear extension and traded for elite defenseman Erik Karlsson. Kane brings toughness and speed and will be a valuable penalty killer while Karlsson, arguably the NHL's best defenseman, will fit in well with the offensive-minded defensive corps. The Sharks have a great defensive unit that was bolstered even further with the addition of Karlsson. Karlsson should pair with either Marc-Edouard Vlasic or Brent Burns as the top defensive unit. Burns is offensive-minded, and he annually ranks among the top point-generating defenseman in the league. In goal, the Sharks will lean on veteran Martin Jones. Jones returns for his fourth season with the Sharks after being traded from Los Angeles. If the Sharks get good goaltending, there's no reason to believe this team is not a Stanley Cup contender.

The 2016-2017 San Jose Sharks were able to qualify for the Stanley Cup playoffs yet again, but were unable to defend their Western Conference title, disappointingly falling to the Edmonton Oilers in the first round. However, don't expect this team to go away any time soon; these Sharks will be chomping at the bit to hoist the Stanley Cup in 2017-18. The tandem of Brent Burns and Joe Pavelski will continue to lead the team as they did last season, scoring 76 and 68 points, respectively. Defenseman Marc-Edouard Vlasic and Burns form one of the best defensive duos in the NHL. First-year Sharks Mikkel Boedker and David Schlemko had productive seasons on the ice. The Sharks toughened up their backline by adding tenacious former Flames forward Brandon Bollig in a one-year deal. Now that head coach Peter DeBoer and his new system have settled in, the Sharks look primed to remain relevant for years to come.

The SAP Center, better known to Sharks fans as the Shark Tank, is one of the most exciting places to watch NHL hockey. Private suites at the SAP Center provides the perfect setting for entertaining clients, employees or having fun with friends and family. There are two level of luxury suites at the SAP Center including Concourse suites and Penthouse suites. Both suite levels will feature first-class amenities such as HDTVs, Wi-Fi, upscale furnishing, interior lounge seating, exterior premium seating and a dedicated suite attendant for any game day necessities. In advance to your game, you also get your luxury box fully catered. Other amenities included with a Sharks suite include VIP parking, exclusive access to private clubs and private entry into the SAP Center. Suites will come 12 tickets with an option to purchase up to 6 additional tickets. Concourse suites are going to wrap around rink and be located above the 100 level seating sections. Penthouse suites are located above the 200 level seating sections. Both suite options offer an unforgettable VIP experience at the Shark Tank.

Find out if the Sharks have what it takes to get back in the Stanley Cup Finals and this year, think about renting a skybox suite for one of the games. Experience Sharks hockey in VIP style!

After reaching the Stanley Cup Finals last season, the San Jose Sharks are chomping at the opportunity to raise the Stanley Cup in 2016-17. The SAP Center, better known to Sharks fans as the Shark Tank, is one of the most exciting places to watch NHL hockey. Private suites at the SAP Center provides the perfect setting for entertaining clients, employees or having fun with friends and family. There are two level of luxury suites at the SAP Center including Concourse suites and Penthouse suites. Both suite levels will feature first-class amenities such as HDTVs, Wi-Fi, upscale furnishing, interior lounge seating, exterior premium seating and a dedicated suite attendant for any game day necessities. In advance to your game, you also get your luxury box fully catered. Other amenities included with a Sharks suite include VIP parking, exclusive access to private clubs and private entry into the SAP Center. Suites will come 12 tickets with an option to purchase up to 6 additional tickets. Concourse suites are going to wrap around rink and be located above the 100 level seating sections. Penthouse suites are located above the 200 level seating sections. Both suite options offer an unforgettable VIP experience at the Shark Tank.

The 2016-17 San Jose Sharks feel like they have another Stanley Cup run in them. They will again lean on their leaders Brent Burns, Joe Pavelski and Joe Thornton. Logan Couture missed half the season last year and is expected to be at full strength. While the Sharks got off to a slow start last year, they really adapted to the new system head coach Peter DeBoer installed in the second half. In 2016-17, the Sharks are the favorite to win the Pacific Division and represent the Western Conference.

During the offseason, the Sharks made two notable additions. To help with defense and speed, they signed Mikkel Boedker and David Schlemko. Both of these players were considered big pick-ups for the team. Defenseman Marc-Edouard Vlasic and Burns are arguably the best defensive duo in the NHL. Goalie Martin Jones did a fantastic job in his first year as a full-time starter between the pipes. Tomas Hertl was resigned and the Sharks are really hoping Hertl can stay healthy and be a force on the offensive side of the ice. Joonas Donskoi had a breakout year as a rookie and excelled during the postseason. Patrick Marleau continues to find ways of getting the puck in the net.  

Find out if the Sharks have what it takes to get back in the Stanley Cup Finals and this year, think about renting a suite for one of the games. Experience Sharks hockey in VIP style!

The San Jose Sharks are celebrating their 25th season in the NHL this year. In 2014-15, the Sharks ended their 10-year playoff streak. Joe Pavelski led the Sharks in goals and points. Joe Thornton led the squad in assists. In 2015-16, the Sharks can become relevant again real fast. They’ve added Martin Jones, Paul Martin and Joel Ward. Thornton and Patrick Marleau both are aging stars will push hard for one last shot at the Stanley Cup. Emerging star Logan Couture enter the prime of his career with high expectations this season. The Sharks will also look for Tomas Hertl to break out after showing signs of stardom in his rookie year. Last year, Hertl hit a sophomore slump but played in all 82 games. Jones will be replacing Antti Niemi in the net this season. Jones was acquired in a trade with the Bruins after the Sharks traded Niemi to the Stars. The Sharks will also have a new head coach in 2015-16. Peter DeBoer takes over for Todd McLellan. DeBoer was previously the head coach for the New Jersey Devils.

The SAP Center also known as the Shark Tank is one of the most exciting places to watch NHL hockey. Private suites at the SAP Center provides the perfect setting for entertaining clients, employees or relaxing with friends and family. A Sharks suite will feature first-class amenities such as HDTVs, Wi-Fi, upscale furnishing, interior lounge seating, exterior premium seating and a suite attendant. You can also get your luxury suite full catered. Along with a Sharks suite, your will receive VIP parking, exclusive access to private clubs and private entry into the SAP Center.

San Jose Sharks Suite Prices

How much do Sharks suites cost?

San Jose Sharks luxury suites typically cost $3,500-$5,000 for a regular season home game. Pricing will vary based on opponent, day of the week, and suite level/location. Concourse Level Suites are generally more expensive than Penthouse Level Suites. San Jose Sharks playoff suites are typically priced between $5,000-$12,000 depending on round. For concerts and family events at the SAP Center, luxury boxes could can start as low as $1,500 while popular performers can command suite prices upwards of $8,000.

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