MetLife Stadium - Luxury Suite Guide
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Opened: April 10, 2010
Seating Capacity: 82,566 for football games; up to 90,000 for non-football events. MetLife Stadium features 212 luxury suites located on four levels and 10,005 Club-Level seats.
Address: 1 MetLife Stadium Drive, East Rutherford, NJ 07073 USA
Telephone: (201) 559-1515
Suites & Stadium Overview
MetLife Stadium, located in East Rutherford, New Jersey, is home to the New York Giants and New York Jets of the National Football League (NFL). It is the first building owned and operated by two NFL franchises in league history. When not in use by one of the New York football teams, the stadium serves as a host to major concerts, entertainment events, college sports events, and international soccer matches.
The 2.1 million square foot facility is owned by the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority and operated by MetLife Stadium Company, LLC.
MetLife is the title sponsor with venue naming rights. In addition to hosting 20 NFL games each year (excluding playoffs), the $1.6 billion facility is known for hosting Super Bowl XLVIII, WrestleMania XXIX, and concerts highlighted by Bon Jovi (three times), Bruce Springsteen, Taylor Swift, and One Direction.
Suite Seating Options
Total suites: 212
Individual suite capacity: 16-24
Total capacity of all suites: 6,000
MetLife Stadium – the most expensive stadium in the NFL – has been tabbed as the top grossing stadium in the world. Many VIP seating areas and private luxury boxes are available only through annual or multi-year leases while others can be booked on a per-event basis. MetLife Stadium can accommodate groups and parties of various sizes. Suite types for rent and for sale include:
- Level Three – President’s Circle: 301-330; 350-380 (seat 16-24)
- Level Five – Five Star: 501-539; 550-588 (seat 16-24)
- Level Six – Gold Plus Suites: 650-667 (seat 16-24)
- The Commissioners Club (seats 12-20)
Located on four separate levels (see seating chart: http://www.metlifestadium.com/stadium/seating-maps), these David Rockwell-designed suites vary in size, amenities, and cost. In addition to the listings publicly displayed on the SuiteHop Marketplace, we are often able to help clients secure private MetLife Stadium suites through our offline network.
Private Rentals & Suite Ticket Prices
Premium full suite rentals for popular NFL games and special events typically fall within the range of $16,500 to $26,000, depending on the size/location of the luxury box and day of the game/opponent. For example, Sunday, Monday, and Thursday night professional football games tend to be more expensive than Sunday afternoon games. Individual suite tickets are often comparably priced to seats in the Club section or other desirable areas at MetLife Stadium.
The same suites for college football games and lower demand events can be rented or leased at a discount. Up to six additional Standing Room Only (SRO) tickets can be purchased for approximately $182.00 each.
Annual Suite Leases
Full-season leases are available directly from the New York Giants and the New York Jets, ranging from $160,000 to $360,000 respectively for most seating options. Personal Seat Licenses (PSLs) are often considered an additional expense when purchasing through the individual teams. Tickets are not included in the cost, but may be purchased for approximately $150 each. Lease terms are offered in 1, 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, and 15 year installments. Suite owners with annual leases are generally allowed to buy additional non-suite tickets, as well as up to six SRO suite tickets per game. The New York Giants and New York Jets offer some suites for single game and multiple game leases (multiple game leases begin in sets of two games).
Renting a MetLife Stadium 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 MetLife Stadium 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
MetLife Stadium suites are configured with luxury 22” theater style seating, high ceilings, couches, marble countertops, convection heating, wet bar, and four HDTVs. All suites are independently climate-controlled with great views of the game action. Personal concierge service and an extensive menu set these suite seats apart from the traditional stadium experience.
Suite Access & Additional Meeting Spaces
MetLife Stadium offers five distinct luxury clubs inspired by prominent New York City venues: Commissioners Club, Lexus Club, Chase Club, Toyota Coaches Club, and MetLife 50 Club.
Worth noting, the 10,700 square foot Commissioners Club features 39 HDTVs and two luxurious fireplaces while the Chase and Lexus Clubs boast two pizza ovens with rustic chimneys. The stadium also includes eight separate meeting areas: the stadium field, Great West Hall, plaza areas, parking lot, visitors’ locker rooms, VIP meeting rooms, press lounge, and West Side Pub.
Suite owners, renters, and guests are invited to enter their suites through special VIP entrances up to two hours before the event and stay up to 60 minutes after the event. 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. On event days, those holding suite tickets are also able to use Club areas throughout MetLife Stadium.
Catering & Concierge Services
Delaware North Sportservice operates all food and beverage outlets at MetLife Stadium. Delaware North’s executive chef, Eric Borgia, oversees production of all in-suite catering meals and side dishes offered by the in-suite concierge (price of food and beverage is not included in the purchase of a suite). The stadium has five bars, 41 portable concession stands, and 49 fixed concession stands. Suite entrants are not allowed to bring outside food or drink into the suite. General admission entrants are allowed to carry in food of any kind which is contained in a clear plastic bag and factory-sealed, plastic bottles of water or soft drinks that are 20 oz. or less in size.
MetLife Stadium is surrounded by approximately 27,500 parking spaces. Purchase of a suite typically includes six parking passes, and up to six additional passes are offered for approximately $30 per car, per day. Lots G , F, and E are reserved for suite owners and their guests. The New York Giants parking map, and New York Jets parking map show additional parking details.
Valet service is not available, but limousine drop-off/pick up is available on the roadway between Lots D and E. Parking lots typically open five hours prior to the start of an event and close two hours after the conclusion of an event.
Each suite is equipped with four HDTVs, wireless internet, and an in-suite telephone. At least two of MetLife Stadium’s four massive 30’x 118’ HD video display boards are viewable from each suite.
Dedicated suite and Club-level restrooms are located in the following areas:
- President’s Circle (Level Three): Outside suites 307, 321, 355 and 374
- President Five Star (Level Five): Outside suites 503, 536, 554 and 585
- Gold Plus (Level Six): Outside suites 603, 637 and 653
- Chase Club: 208
- Lexus Club: 244
All suite and Club-level restrooms are accessible for guests with disabilities.
MetLife Stadium has five premium lounges which span more than 130,000 square feet and include on-field patios, brick pizza ovens, and celebrity chef cooking areas. Two special clubs areas of note:
- Mezzanine Clubs (Chase and Lexus Clubs) – identical clubs located along the east and west sides of level two provide sophisticated dining for all Club and suite-level guests.
- Coach’s Club -- 18,000 square feet set directly in between the two team at sideline level with built-in bars, 30 HDTVs, and access to the post-game interview room.
MetLife Stadium Suite Listings on SuiteHop
MetLife Stadium on Wikipedia
MetLife Stadium Official Website
MetLife Stadium Official Luxury Seating Guide
MetLife Stadium Guest Policies
MetLife Stadium Fan Map
New York Giants Official Website
New York Jets Official Website