St. Louis Blues Suites

Enterprise Center, St Louis, MO

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  • St. Louis Blues vs. Vegas Golden Knights

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  • St. Louis Blues vs. Chicago Blackhawks

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  • St. Louis Blues vs. Colorado Avalanche

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  • St. Louis Blues vs. Edmonton Oilers

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  • St. Louis Blues vs. Winnipeg Jets

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  • St. Louis Blues vs. San Jose Sharks

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  • St. Louis Blues vs. Buffalo Sabres

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  • St. Louis Blues vs. New York Rangers

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  • St. Louis Blues vs. Anaheim Ducks

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  • St. Louis Blues vs. Philadelphia Flyers

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St. Louis Blues Suite Prices

How much do St. Louis Blues suites cost?

St. Louis Blues suite pricing will vary based on the suite level, opponent and day of the week. At the Enterprise Center, formerly Scottrade Center, there are three different types of suites and two suite levels. Club, Penthouse and Double suites. For Blues hockey games, Club Level suite prices will range from $4,000 - $6,000. Penthouse suite prices will range from $2,000 - $2,800. Double suite pricing will be from $3,200 - $5,000. The better the opponent the Blues are playing, the more expensive a Blues suite will be most likely. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at Enterprise Center can vary widely based on the type of event.

Suite Levels at Enterprise Center

Penthouse Level Suite

12 Tickets
16 Capacity

Club Level Suite

16 Tickets
20 Capacity

Double Suite

24 Tickets
35 Capacity

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Blues Spotlight

Current NHL Season

What can the Blues do for an encore? After a season that saw St. Louis as the worst team in the NHL as late as January, they were hoisting their first-ever Stanley Cup just five months later. The Blues played 26 postseason games from April through June, so it will be a tough task to do it all again this season, but can the Blues ride the Cup high for another memorable run?

Craig Berube was naturally promoted to head coach, after winning the Cup with the interim tag. Gone is Patrick Maroon, who signed with Tampa Bay, but All-Star defenseman Justin Faulk is in. Jordan Binnington also returns, coming off a memorable rookie year in goal. This team is balanced and now has the confidence to remain among the NHL’s elite.

The Enterprise Center is jam-packed with elite premium experiences that matches the product on the ice. There are five different all-inclusive clubs in... MORE

Past Spotlights

You can watch the St. Louis Blues take to the ice at the Enterprise Center, formerly Scottrade Center, from a private luxury box. Between Club Suites and Penthouse Suites, the Enterprise Center offers a wide-range of luxury suite options. A Club Suite will put you closest to the ice and accommodate 16-20 guests. A Penthouse Suite overhangs the Mezzanine Level making you feel like you're right there in the action, perfect for group of 12 - 16 guests.. For larger groups, the Blues Double Suite will be a great option as it can accoommdate groups up to 35 guests. A Blues suite provides the perfect setting for entertaining clients or friends and family. Suites at the Enterprise Center feature private restrooms, HDTVs, interior/exterior seating, kitchenettes and plenty of entertaining space for mingling. With a Blues suite guests will get private entry into the Enterprise Center and a suite attendant to help you on game day. Premium in-suite catering options can be ordered prior to your Blues game so your guests walk into a fully catered suite.

You can watch the St. Louis Blues take to the ice at the Scottrade Center from a private luxury box. Between Club Suites and Penthouse Suites, the Scottrade Center offers a wide-range of luxury suite options. A Club Suite will put you closest to the ice and accommodate 16-20 guests. A Penthouse Suite overhangs the Mezzanine Level making you feel like you're right there in the action, perfect for group of 12 - 16 guests.. For larger groups, the Blues Double Suite will be a great option as it can accoommdate groups up to 35 guests. A Blues suite provides the perfect setting for entertaining clients or friends and family. Suites at the Scottrade Center feature private restrooms, HDTVs, interior/exterior seating, kitchenettes and plenty of entertaining space for mingling. With a Blues suite guests will get private entry into the Scottrade Center and a suite attendant to help you on game day. Premium in-suite catering options can be ordered prior to your Blues game so your guests walk into a fully catered suite. 

The 2017-18 St. Louis Blues return to the ice as one of the NHL's best teams. Last season, the Blues advanced deep into the playoffs after finishing fifth overall in the Western Conference. The Blues are led by one of the NHL’s best young goal-scorers in Vladimir Tarasenko. Tarasenko finished with 39 goals and 36 assists last year. Offensively, head coach Mike Yeo, in his first full year with the Blues, will also look to Alexander Steen, Jaden Schwartz, and Paul Stastny to help generate goals. Goaltender Jake Allen will be counted on to play the majority of games in net for the Blues. The Blues came close to reaching the Stanley Cup Finals in 2016, falling just short. They have the talent to finally reach the Cup this year, though. 

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