Boston Celtics Suites: Availability, Rentals, and Luxury Suite Ticket Prices
TD Garden is a 19,600 square foot arena with 3 private restaurants, 90 Executive Suites (18-50 people), and 1,100 club seats. There are 5 different Premium Club seating options: the AT&T Sports Deck which holds 250 people, the Heineken Boardroom for a more up-scale environment, The Lofts which is private banquette seating in a lounge atmosphere, the private executive seats, and club seats. As a member of the premium club at TD Garden you have access to great amenities such as VIP entrances and parking, a variety of dining and lounging options, access to hospitality or meeting spaces, premium catering and in-suite concierge service. Many of these VIP seating areas and private luxury boxes are available only through annual or multi-year leases; others can be booked on a per-game basis or smaller package options. Celtics luxury seating prices vary widely, with premium full suite rentals for popular regular season games typically starting at $6,000.
Boston Celtics Team Information
The Boston Celtics are a professional basketball team based in Boston, Massachusetts. They were founded in 1946 and play in the Atlantic Division in the National Basketball Association (NBA) and play their home games at TD Garden. The Boston Celtics have won seventeen championships and hold the record for the most championships won by any team in the NBA since the league’s founding in 1946. Their seventeenth championship win came in 2008 when they defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 131-92 in Game 6. With their championship wins, the Celtics are the most successful franchise to date in the four major professional sports in North America. Some of the most noted and influential Celtics players, both past and present, include Larry Bird, Bill Russell, Bob Cousey, Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen, Paul Pierce, and Rajon Rando. After the end of the Big 3, general manager Danny Ainge began a rebuilding process with the help of new head coach Brad Stevens, who led the Celtics to a return to the playoffs in 2015.