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Vancouver Canucks Suites

Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC
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Vancouver Canucks Suite Prices

How much do Vancouver Canucks suites cost?

Suite rentals for Vancouver Canucks home games typically cost between $3,500-$6,500 USD depending on team performance, opponent, day of the week, and suite level/suite size. Suite pricing for special events at Rogers Arena will vary widely.

Suite Levels at Rogers Arena

Executive 200 Level Suite

14 Tickets
24 Capacity

Penthouse 500 Level Suite

12 Tickets
34 Capacity

Executive 200 Level Legends Suite

34 Tickets
48 Capacity

Rogers Arena Event Planning Guide

Suite Experience Group provides access to private luxury suites at Rogers Arena. In this section we’ve compiled key considerations when planning your next group event in a suite:


There are several suite sizes available for single night rentals at Rogers Arena. Executive 200 Level Suites include 14 seats and the ability to purchase up to 6 standing room only (SRO) tickets for a maximum of 20 guests. For larger groups, the Executive Level Legends Suite, also located on the 200 Level, has a maximum capacity of 48 guests. Penthouse Suites located on the 500 Level can accommodate groups of 12-34 guests with the purchase of additional standing-room (SRO) tickets.


In-suite catering is available upon request for all suites at Rogers Arena. The menu includes a wide range of inspired cuisine and premium beverage selections provided by the in-house catering team and Executive Chef, Robert Bartley. On average, Suite Experience Group clients at the Rogers Center spend approximately $1,900 on in-suite catering. Suite Experience Group will provide the Rogers Arena catering menu...


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Canucks Spotlight

Current NHL Season

The Canucks made it through their first year post-Sedin brothers, and now re-tooled Vancouver is looking to work their way back up in the Western Conference under head coach Travis Green.

Defensively, the Canucks are hitching their wagon to Tyler Myers, who was signed to a five-year contract over the offseason, and will join rookie defenseman Quinn Hughes. 

Youth permeates the offense, as fans are excited for Elias Pettersson’s second season, after his fruitful rookie season netted 66 points, while 22-year-old Brock Boeser has 116 points over his first two seasons.

Jacob Markstrom and Thatcher Demko are expected to be a solid one-two punch in net.

Rogers Arena features a nearly unlimited amount of premium experiences for Canucks games this year. Suites... MORE

Past Spotlights

The Vancouver Canucks enter the 2018-19 season with playoff aspirations. While no one is picking the Canucks as favorites in the Western Conference, the roster should be strong enough to contend for a Wild Card playoff spot. In the offseason, Trevor Linden stepped down as long-time President of Hockey Operations signaling a big change in the front office. 2018-19 will be a transitional year on the ice as well. The retirement of the Sedin twins (Henrik and Daniel) marks the first time in nearly 20 years that neither will line up as a top-6 forward. The new-look Canucks are essentially building from scratch behind a young roster led by rookie talent Elias Pettersson. Pettersson was the 5th overall pick in the amateur draft and he is already leading the Canucks in goals and assists. Behind Pettersson, the Canucks will rely heavily on second line center Bo Horvat. Right-winger Brock Boeser is having his best season to date playing alongside of Pettersson. 

Rogers Arena consists of two main suite levels; the Executive Suite Level (just above the lower bowl) and the Penthouse Suite Level (above the 300 level seats). Penthouse Suites are perfect for entertaining larger groups while the lower level Executive Suites will get your group closest to the action. All luxury boxes at Rogers Arena come with HDTVs, a bar/kitchenette, private restroom, and access to private clubs and lounges on suite level. Guests with a suite ticket at Rogers Arena can use the VIP Entrance at Gate 10. Premium in-suite food and beverage options are available to purchase in advance of your event and every suite will be serviced by a dedicated suite attendant. 

The Vancouver Canucks will be looking to contend in 2017-18 after drafting center Elias Pettersson with the fifth overall pick in the amateur draft. It will be head coach Travis Green's job to develop him this year so that he can become a centerpiece of the franchise moving forward. Green will have other players to look at as well, including center Bo Hovart, who led the team in points with 20 goals and 32 assists. The Canucks will also rely heavily on the Sedins. Henrik Sedin finished last year with 15 goals and 35 assists, while Daniel tallied 15 goals and 29 assists. In goal, the Canucks will likely give chances to both Jacob Markstrom and Ryan Miller to get time on the ice, with Markstrom tipped as the favorite to be the team's first choice shot stopper. 


Taking in the action from a luxury suite is the ideal way to experience the Vancouver Canucks. Clients, friends or family will be thrilled to be invited to your celebration or networking event at Rogers Arena. Sky boxes come with HDTVs, a wet bar, comfortable furnishings, delicious catering options, a private restroom, access to private clubs and lounges inside the stadium, entry to the stadium through an exclusive entrance and a dedicated suite attendant.

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