Winnipeg Jets Suites

Bell MTS Place, Winnipeg, MB

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Upcoming Events

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  • The Lumineers

    Bell MTS Place, Winnipeg MB

  • Miranda Lambert (Rescheduled from 05/02/2020)

    Bell MTS Place, Winnipeg MB

  • The Weeknd (Rescheduled from 06/17/2020)

    Bell MTS Place, Winnipeg MB

  • Rage Against The Machine (Rescheduled from 5/7/20)

    Bell MTS Place, Winnipeg MB

  • Toby Keith (Rescheduled from 07/24/2020)

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Winnipeg Jets Suite Prices

How much do Winnipeg Jets suites cost?

Winnipeg Jets suites will range from $4,500-$7,500. Suite prices will vary based on opponent, day of the week, suite location and suite capacity. Pricing for other events at the MTS Centre can vary widely.

Suite Levels at Bell MTS Place

Private Luxury Suite

20 Tickets
3 Parking
Catering Available

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Jets Spotlight

Current NHL Season

The Jets are a season removed from a Western Conference Final appearance, and Winnipeg is looking to recapture that magic once again. A fair amount of players are playing elsewhere this coming season, and defenseman Dustin Byfuglien is out with an injury.

Luckily for the Jets, they are swimming in salary cap space, and they also added the likes of Andrei Chibisov, Gabriel Bourque, Anthony Bitetto, and Neal Pionk, who is expected to be a breakout star on defense. Kyle Connor, Mark Scheifele, and Blake Wheeler also anchor a very productive first line.

Bell MTS Place is home to some great premium seats and experiences. Start with the Scotiabank Premium Suites, where you can enjoy spacious, theatre-style seating for 12 or 20. Enjoy in-suite food and beverage with a custom menu, and you also get a private entrance to the arena and access to the suite concourse.

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Past Spotlights

The Winnipeg Jets just missed the playoffs in 2016-17 finishing with a 40-35-7 record. The Jets have a solid core of young players led by Marc Scheifele, Blake Wheeler, Jacob Trouba and Patrick Laine. Patrick Laine, only 19, has perhaps the highest upside. Laine was drafted 2nd overall in the 2016 NHL Amateur Draft and he did not disappoint in his rookie season. Laine is a big, powerful forward with a goal-scorers touch. Laine's size and physicality allowed him to play immediately after his draft year. Last season he finished with 36 goals and was named to the All-Star team. Marc Scheifele is one of the most underrated goal scorers in the entire National Hockey League. Scheifele had a breakout season last year leading the Jets in scoring with 82 points in 79 games played. Both Blake Wheeler and Jacob Trouba have developed into above-average NHL players. Wheeler will return for his second year as team captain and Trouba will lead the Jets' first pair defense. In the offseason, the Jets signed goalie Steve Mason to a two-year deal. Mason brings veteran experience and has a winning pedigree in the NHL. The Winnipeg Jets have invested in a long-term approach to player development and it is starting to pay off. The Jets are an exciting young team to watch and they should certainly compete among the Western Conference elite in 2017-18.

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