Wrigley Field - Luxury Suite Guide
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Opened: April 23, 1914
Seating Capacity: 42,495 for baseball games and concerts/shows. Wrigley Field features 54 luxury suites.
Address: 1060 W Addison St, Chicago, IL 60613 USA
Telephone: (773) 404-2827
Suites & Ballpark Overview
Wrigley Field, located at the corner of Clark St. and Addison St. in Chicago, Illinois, is home to the Chicago Cubs of Major League Baseball (MLB). When not in use by the Cubs, the stadium frequently serves as a concert venue and host to family shows.
The facility is owned and managed by the Ricketts family and the Chicago Cubs. Wrigley Field is the second-oldest ballpark in the majors behind Boston's Fenway Park (1912).
Wrigley Field has no title sponsor with venue naming rights. Formerly known as Weeghman Park, Wrigley Field was renamed when chewing gum manufacturer William Wrigley Jr. bought the Cubs in 1915. Notable events hosted at Wrigley Field include Babe Ruth's "called shot" in the 1932 World Series, Jackie Robinson breaking the “color barrier” in 1947 and the “Bartman game” in 2003. Musical performers to take the Wrigley Field stage include Jimmy Buffett, Elton John, Billy Joel, Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, AC/DC and Pearl Jam.
The ballpark has many well-known traditions, including hosting “The W Flag” after Cubs victories and singing "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" during the seventh inning stretch. Numerous films and television shows have been filmed at the “Friendly Confines,” including The Blues Brothers, The Natural, Rookie of the Year, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, ER and Chicago Hope.
Suite Seating Options
Total suites: 54
Individual suite capacity: 15-60
Total capacity of all suites: 1,240
Host to an average of 130 events each year, Wrigley Field offers a multitude of entertainment options. Many VIP seating areas and private luxury boxes are available only through annual or multi-year leases; others can be booked on a per-event basis. Wrigley Field can accommodate groups and parties of various sizes. Suite types for rent and for sale include:
- Standard Suite (seats up to 15); 2 VIP Parking Passes
- 18-Person Suite (seats up to 18); 2 VIP Parking Passes
- Double Play Suite (seats up to 30); 4 VIP Parking Passes
- Super Suite (seats up to 40); 5 VIP Parking Passes
- Grand Slam Suite (seats up to 55); 6 VIP Parking Passes
The Grand Slam Suite and Super Suite are designated as “Party Suites,” which are typically better suited to large groups, are often available for a single game (as opposed to full season leases), and frequently include food and beverage in the cost. In addition to the listings publicly displayed on the SuiteHop Marketplace, we are often able to help clients secure both private and party suites through our offline network.
Private Rentals & Suite Ticket Prices
Premium full suite rentals for popular games and special events typically fall within the range of $4,500 to $6,500 depending on the size and location of the luxury box. The same suites for lower demand games and events can often be reserved at a discount. Individual suite tickets are comparably priced to other desirable areas at Wrigley Field. Each suite rental includes two to six VIP parking passes. The cost of food and beverage is frequently included in the rental price.
Annual Suite Leases
Full-season leases are available directly from the Chicago Cubs and Wrigley Field, ranging from $190,000 to $320,000 per year. Lease terms are offered from one to three years. Suite owners with annual leases are generally allowed to buy additional non-suite tickets, as well as three Standing Room Only (SRO) suite tickets per game. Each suite lease includes two to six VIP parking passes. The cost of food and beverage is frequently included in the lease price.
Renting a Wrigley Field Suite Through SuiteHop
Pricing on SuiteHop is market-based, with suite owners determining the price at which they choose to list. The list price is a reflection of availability, the popularity of the event, the exact location of the suite, whether or not catering and parking passes are included, and the suite owner’s choice of selling their suite in its entirety or by the individual seat, among other factors.Benefits of buying through SuiteHop may include...
- access to suites that are not otherwise available elsewhere, including when the event is sold out,
- ability to purchase individual tickets within suites,
- market-based pricing can be below box office pricing,
- transparent, real-time online pricing and ordering, and,
- availability of full event planning services including ticket distribution, RSVP/invitation management, celebrity appearances, branded promotional/gift items, dedicated in-suite concierge service, and more!
Renting a Wrigley Field Suite Through The Venue
Pricing through the box office is determined by team and/or venue management. Suite pricing is not typically published online and often requires offline contact with a sales representative. Large “Party Suites” sometimes sell individual tickets as part of a shared environment, while private suites usually require purchase of the entire space.Benefits of buying through the venue may include…
- full year and multi-year suite leases only available through venue,
- venue pricing that is sometimes below marketplace pricing, and,
- a direct relationship with the venue for access to future promotions.
Suite Amenities & Design Features
Wrigley Field suites are configured with extra wide, theater-style seats and bar stools. A wet bar, refrigerator, and ice maker come standard in all suites as does a high definition flat screen television and local internet access. All suites are climate-controlled with three rows of heated outdoor seating. Private restrooms are located in common areas outside of the individual suites and renovations and/or upgrades are ongoing.
Suite Access & Additional Meeting Spaces
Wrigley Field includes multi-use conference rooms and a press box for rent during non-event times. Non-event day access to the suite as well as conference center space is available, with pricing based on the particular day of use and specific needs of the suite holder. Suite owners, renters, and guests are invited to enter their suite through special VIP entrance up to two hours before the event and stay up to 30 minutes following the event’s conclusion.
The Chicago Cubs market the Wrigley Field Experience, wherein guests are offered an exclusive tour of the Friendly Confines, batting practice, a game of catch in the outfield, customization of the LED scoreboard and a catered private reception.
Catering & Concierge Services
Attendees at Wrigley Field events may not bring glass bottles, cans or alcoholic beverages into the ballpark. However, water in unopened plastic bottles is allowed past the stadium’s security gates. Please see the venue’s security page for complete details. Suite holders and guests have access to restaurants, bars, and concession stands throughout the ballpark, as well as premium catering and in-suite concierge service. The cost of food and beverage, operated by Levy Restaurants, is frequently included in the lease/rental price.
Wrigley Field attendees are strongly encouraged to use public transportation going to and from Cubs games and other ballpark events. Suite holders who wish to drive to the stadium will be issued two to six VIP parking passes, depending upon the size of the suite. Parking passes will be issued to the following lots:
- Green Lot- 1126 W. Grace St. Chicago, IL 60613
- Brown Lot- 1140 W. Eddy St. Chicago, IL 60613
- Irving Lot- 1052 Irving Park Rd. Chicago, IL 60613
Valet service is not available at this time.
Each Wrigley Field suite is equipped with one or two high definition flat screen televisions and local internet access. Significant renovations and/or upgrades are ongoing.
Private restrooms are located in common areas outside of the individual suites.
The Budweiser Bleacher Suite, located below the center field bleachers, is a fully heated and air-conditioned high occupancy suite. This brand new gathering space holds up to 100 guests and includes private restrooms, access to the Budweiser Bleachers and an all-inclusive food and beverage package. The Hornitos Hacienda, located just beyond the left field wall, can accommodate between 15 and 50 guests and features a bar and bar stool seating feet from the historic Wrigley ivy.
The Wrigley Rooftops – a catch-all name for residential buildings located beyond Wrigley Field’s walls – hold Cubs viewing parties and offer full service food and beverage ticket options. After years of litigation, the Cubs have endorsed 15 of these rooftop locations for fans who are unable to secure Cubs tickets but still wish to see a game in person.
Wrigley Field Suite Listings on SuiteHop
Wrigley Field on Wikipedia
Wrigley Field Official Website
Wrigley Field Official Luxury Seating Guide
Wrigley Field A to Z Guide
Wrigley Field Parking Lot Map
Wrigley Field Seating Chart
Wrigley Field Amenities Map
Chicago Cubs Official Website