Empower Field at Mile High Suite Pricing and Amenities
Home to the Denver Broncos, Empower Field at Mile High is the place to be all season long. With SuiteHop you now have access to some of the most exclusive suites in the NFL. Reserve a single game suite and enjoy the Broncos' home action from the best views in the stadium. Inside your Mile High Stadium suite you'll enjoy climate-controlled luxury, comfortable luxury seating and access to VIP amenities like in-suite catering. You'll never want to sit in regular seats again.
The Denver Broncos are a professional football team that is based out of Denver, Colorado. All their home games are played in Downtown Denver at Empower Field at Mile High. With only eight regular-season home games and high demand for Colorado's most popular team, suite prices for Denver Broncos games can start at as much as $18,000 per event.
How much do Broncos suites cost?
Single-game suite pricing depends on the size of the suite needed for your group and the matchup. For a 28-person suite, the typical pricing starts at $20,000, and party suites can begin at $65,000 for a single game. Pricing for suites depends on the size of the suite, location, as well as the opponent.
Amenities: Double-wide, theater-style seating, wet bar, high definition flat-screen TVs, private restrooms, refrigerator.
Total Suites at Empower Field at Mile High: 143
Suite Capacity: 6-60 guests
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Experience the best seats in Denver for an upcoming Denver Broncos game. SuiteHop has access to the most exclusive Broncos suite experiences available.
Private Broncos suites at Empower Field typically seat parties of 12-35 guests.
All Broncos suites and club-level tickets offer the all-inclusive hospitality feel, so you can experience the unparalleled feeling of taking in a Broncos game, with all the VIP amenities that you know you love and appreciate. Please make sure to check each individual Broncos suite listing, as they vary widely, or feel free to contact a friendly SuiteHop representative to chat about your ideal Denver Broncos suite needs.
Single-game suites include the following benefits and amenities
- Food and beverage package
- Access to buy Parking passes
- Access to Suite Guest Passes for the game to invite additional guests to your suite*
- VIP stadium entrance
- Flat-screen TVs providing access to NFL Sunday Ticket
- Complimentary Gameday programs, the official game day program of the Denver Broncos
- Personalized service from your Premium Seat Representative
- Indoor seating within a climate-controlled room
- Extra-wide, cushioned, Broncos branded leather seats
- Private restrooms and coat closets
What are the options?
Suites at Empower Field at Mile High are luxurious and exclusive rooms giving an intimate experience while watching the Denver Broncos. The suites allow for a professional setting for entertaining clients, rewarding employees, and enjoying the Denver Broncos in an upscale environment. When in the 5280 Room, you are one of only 52 individuals with access to the exclusive luxury box. Each of these suites offers access to VIP Pregame field passes, and access to other Denver Broncos exclusive suite holder events.
Single Game Suites:
Seven of the 143 Denver Broncos Suites are considered Single Game Rooms (Party Suites). Party Suites can hold 28 through 63 people. There are three Party Suites located in a row next door to the 5280 room. They are perfect for daytime meetings, private dinners, or a breakout session holding anywhere from 50-70 guests depending on the event and layout.
All about the suites at Empower Field
The Denver Broncos are a part of the National Football League and are based out of Denver, Colorado. They are part of the AFC West Division (along with the Raiders, Chargers, and Chiefs.) With only eight regular-season games per year, Broncos suites are the hottest ticket in town!
Their franchise was founded in 1960 and is currently owned by the Pat Bowlen Family Trust. Since 1975, the Broncos have become one of the most successful NFL teams, with one of the largest loyal fan bases across the United States.
The Broncos have won the Super Bowl 3 times in franchise history: 1997, 1998, and 2015. Both of the Super Bowl wins in the '90s were under the Broncos legend John Elway as the quarterback. Since retiring from the Broncos following the 1998 season, he has returned to work for the franchise since 2011 and is currently the President of Football Operations and General Manager.
The 2015 Super Bowl was won with Peyton Manning as the starting quarterback, along with the famous “No Fly Zone” defensive team under captain Demarcus Ware and Super Bowl MVP Von Miller. Since Peyton Manning retired following the 2015 season, the Broncos have struggled to rebuild their dynamic offensive game, and have undergone some coaching changes, as well as many roster changes and trades.
The Broncos' colors are orange, navy blue, and white, and their mascot is a white Bronco horse named Thunder (live horse) and Miles (cartoon horse.) All their home games are played at Empire Field at Mile High Stadium. Fans know and will always refer to it as Mile High Stadium since the city of Denver is located at 5,280 feet (one mile) above sea level.
How many suites are available to rent for Denver Broncos Games?
Empower Field at Mile High has 143 total suites available for Broncos games throughout the season. Most suites are privately owned and limited availability throughout the season may be accessed through SuiteHop. Each private suite can hold between 12-35 people, depending on the suite location and level.
What are the suites at Mile High like?
Broncos suites are configured with extra-wide, leather seating and include a lounge area where guests can enjoy the game. Suites include access to private restrooms and full climate controls ensuring that the Denver weather never gets in the way of enjoying the game.
Why should I book my Broncos Suite with SuiteHop?
SuiteHop is an online marketplace providing the most comprehensive details and availability for suite events. With real-time pricing and high attention to customer service, SuiteHop's suite experts will help you from booking your suite all the way through ordering catering for your event.
When do suites open for access?
Denver Broncos suites open two hours before the start of the game.
How do I get to Empower Field?
Formerly known as Broncos Stadium, Empower Field at Mile High is located in the heart of downtown Denver and easily accessed from I-25. Parking is available in the lots surrounding the stadium and VIP parking may be available for purchase at an additional cost.
For guests wishing to avoid traffic, the Empower Field Light rail station is serviced by the C-Line, E-Line, and W-Line. Uber and Lyft also provide access to the stadium on game day.
Denver Broncos Suite Catering Explained
All suites inside Empower Field at Mile High offer an exclusive dining experience provided by the Mile High kitchen, and Epicurean Sports, where they strive to turn fans into foodies.
Executive Chef at Mile High is dedicated to providing an amazing weekly menu that truly highlights the best of Colorado’s fresh ingredients available, as well as the rich culture and traditions of the Colorado area.
Catering is not included with the purchase of your suite and is not required to order. If you wish to provide catering, the weekly Special Teams package provides a rotating menu of Colorado favorites. Food quantities will be based on the number of guests guaranteed.
Estimated Broncos Suite Catering Costs
Full meal with drinks
$75 - $150 per guest
Snacks with beer & wine
$30 - $60 per guest
Beer & wine alone
$25 - $40 per guest
SuiteHop Recommended Suite Catering Menu
Feeds 20 guests
- Snack Package Assortment
- Brats and Hot Dogs
- Pulled Pork Sandwiches
- Mile High Nachos
- Brownie and Cookie Platter
- 12 non-alcoholic beverages
- 24 assorted beers
Items are subject to availability.
Pro tip: To lower waste, we recommend ordering fewer beverages upfront. Watch what your guests are consuming and reorder accordingly.