New York Giants Suites

New York Giants Suites

MetLife Stadium

When two teams build a new stadium to share, such as in the case of the New York Giants and New York Jets, you can guarantee that the finished product will be off the charts in terms of style and class. MetLife Stadium definitely lives up to the hype as one of the best venues in all of professional sports.

Opening its doors to the public in 2010, this East Rutherford, NJ stadium has hosted both Giants and Jets games along with a Super Bowl and countless concerts and special events. Three levels of suites totaling more than 200 in this building means that no matter the size of your group or your budget, there is sure to be a great option available to you.

Theatre-style seating along with a comfortable lounge area with access to multiple televisions means that you will not miss out on any action throughout the game. Add in the incredible catering and you will never want to leave. MetLife Stadium luxury suites should be on every football fan’s bucket list.

Let us, at, guide you to the best suite in the building at the best price in the secondary marketplace. Our exclusive inventory built up through our suite owner contacts promises to put you in an incredible Giants suite. Call us today at 610-828-7407 to learn more about how you could see Big Blue from an incredible luxury suite.

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New York Giants luxury suites are a hot commodity in the NFL today. Renting a Giants luxury box is sure to impress your most important clients. Purchased for a cost of $500 back in 1925, the late Tim Mara built a franchise with one of the richest histories in league.  A family affair since the beginning, Mara’s sons ran the team for many years. In 1991, Robert Tisch purchased a 50% stake in the team. Today, the Mara and Tisch families run the organization, holding true to the same basic principles the organization has always believed – team first.

2007 was a banner year for the New York Giants, as quarterback Eli Manning and defensive end Michael Strahan led the team past the undefeated and heavily favored New England Patriots in one of the most thrilling Super Bowls ever. The Lombardi Trophy was captured again four years later in a rematch with the Patriots. The Mara family is still always in attendance in their Giants suite.

Having won eight NFL championships in their illustrious history, including Super Bowls XXI, XXV, XLII, and XLVI, the nation’s largest city boasts a huge fan base and national market.

That huge fan base is not happy with the current team as New York was eliminated from a postseason berth yet again in 2018. There was plenty of chaos last year with a coaching staff that couldn’t seem to do anything right on or off the field. One year removed from the frustration of the McAdoo regime, and under a new head coach in Pat Shurmur, the NY Giants faithful were hoping to get back on the right track. They would have to wait some more as last year’s team came out of the gate to a 1-7 record.

Beginning to find their footing after the bye in the second half of the season, there was hope that Coach Shurmur’s squad was finally beginning to gel. There were a few bright spots for the team; most notably the play of rookie running back Saquan Barkley. Smashing records left and right, Barkley has become a major star on this team, earning the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year.

General Manager Dave Gettleman’s plan to spend the offseason looking for more pieces to fit the puzzle quickly derailed as he created more outrage among the fans with his decisions. In addition to letting several defensive players go, Gettleman shocked the football world when he traded star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. to the Cleveland Browns for two picks and a safety. Many fans and media members would question the direction of this historic franchise. Additional losses included Olivier Vernon, Landon Collins, Damon Harrison, and Eli Apple.

Veteran quarterback Eli Manning would like to keep playing for several more seasons. If the offensive line can hold up for him, he may have a supporting cast around him (minus Beckham) to make some waves in the NFC. Nate Solder was brought in from New England to help galvanize the line along with Mike Remmers from Minnesota. Between Barkley and Sterling Shepard there is some significant talent on the roster. Golden Tate was added to strengthen the depth chart at wide receiver. Corey Coleman went down with an ACL tear before the season but Cody Latimer looks to fill the gap. Also suiting up for Big Blue this year will be Rhett Ellison. The big tight end from Minnesota will be very useful the offense along with the returning TE Evan Engram.

Defensively, the Giants need to improve. They aimed to do just that through the use of free agency signings and the draft. Getting Jabrill Peppers in the Beckham deal helps, but it is not enough. Also bringing in Antoine Bethea fills the void of a strong veteran presence. Alec Ogletree will need to step up and be a real leader for this squad as well as Janoris Jenkins.

The 2019 NFL Draft saw the Giants add even more confusion with the selection of Daniel Jones out of Duke with the sixth overall pick. This young player has a lot in common with Manning, including his position. Will there be a smooth transition of power eventually or are the Giants poised for a quarterback controversy this season? After starting off 0-2, the Giants have handed the reigns to Jones so he can get some experience under center. Eli is serving as a friend and mentor, but his competitive fires must be burning bright beneath the surface. Jones, meanwhile, is making the best of the opportunity.

New York Giants legends include Lawrence Taylor, Michael Strahan, Amani Toomer, Eli Manning, Odell Beckham Jr., Frank Gifford, Harry Carson, and Phil Simms. For more information and history about the New York Giants click here.

If you own a New York Giants suite, we can market your luxury suite for the dates you choose not to use or are unable to attend.

This is a great opportunity to offset much of your suite expense which you incur each year. You have thousands of dollars just sitting there – no New York Giants game should go unused. 

Benefit from extra revenue with LuxuryVIPSuites while helping out a corporate group that needs to entertain clients at a game or concert in your New York Giants suite.

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