Winnipeg Jets Suites

Winnipeg Jets Suites

Bell MTS Place

The construction of the Bell MTS Place arena lasting from 2003 to 2004 helped to bring about a stronger momentum for the NHL to bring a team back to Winnipeg. It took nearly seven long years, but finally the Atlanta Thrasher organization agreed to a sale of their franchise and a relocation to Winnipeg, paving the way for the Bell MTS Place to become their new home.

Minor renovations were undertaken to bring the facility up to speed as an NHL arena. Upon completion, this venue has become one of the most popular in the league. Winnipeg residents live and breathe hockey. The Jets are the main attraction in town and the venue is sold out for virtually every game of the season.

There is no better way to experience Winnipeg Jets hockey than through a luxury suite at the Bell MTS Place. These boxes, of which there are more than 50 in total, encircle the rink on the private suite level. The spacious accommodations can be tailored to your group’s size, complete with premium food and beverage from the catering department. There are also VIP entrances, wireless internet, HDTVs and other amenities.

Contact LuxuryVIPSuites.com today at 610-828-7407 to speak with our friendly and knowledgeable staff about the different options available and how you can secure a great suite for an upcoming Jets game.

Those that are fortunate enough to own a suite at the Bell MTS Centre are fully aware of how incredible these luxury suites really are. We encourage suite owners to contact us by reaching out to us direct at sales@luxuryvipsuites.com to learn more about our marketing program and partnership opportunities. No game should go unused. We can market your suite to our clients in Winnipeg to help alleviate your suite ownership costs. LuxuryVIPSuites.com is the best in the business and is eager to work with you.

Buy Winnipeg Jets suites or rent a luxury box here today!

In Manitoba, Canada hockey is king. The city of Winnipeg and its residents were fortunate enough to have an NHL team in their hometown from 1972 to 1996. While never being able to command notable success (the team advanced beyond the first round of the playoffs just once, only be swept) there was definitely a deep love from the fan base. However, not even the inspiring performance of Teemu Selanne and his 76 goal rookie season was enough to keep the team in Winnipeg. Financial woes forced the team to relocate to Phoenix and the citizens of Winnipeg lost their beloved team.

Almost immediately, there was a push for the NHL to bring a team back to Winnipeg. After years of effort, the fans got their wish when the struggling Atlanta Thrashers sold to a Winnipeg-based group and moved back north for the 2011-2012 season. And while the team had been struggling on the ice with only one playoff appearance in their first few seasons (a sweep by the Anaheim Ducks), Winnipeg has established themselves as a potent threat on both ends of the ice on their way to the Western Conference Finals in 2017-2018. Needless to say, this city is thrilled to have a team back at home.

Last season the Jets produced a record of 52-20-10 and clinched a playoff berth, coming up 2nd in the Central Division. Head coach Paul Maurice’s message of persistent pressure and consistency resonated with the team as they began to take on a dominant form. Unsatisfied with the outcome of last season and how close they came to the Finals, Maurice is pushing his players even harder this season. There is definitely significant talent to draw from on this roster, starting with team captain Blake Wheeler. The big veteran winger puts forth a solid effort each night for Winnipeg and leads by example. Incentivized by a new five year deal in the offseason worth $41.25 million, expect Wheeler to have a little extra jump in his game this season. Mark Scheifele is a young center whose game is really coming together. Young phenom Patrik Laine is poised to improve even further as he eclipsed his impressive rookie season with even more stellar numbers in his sophomore campaign. Nikolaj Ehlers is right next to him on the stats sheet. Kyle Connor put up great numbers in his first full season in the pros and continues on in year two.

The young defense is anchored by the veteran leadership of Dustin Byfuglien. His resume includes a Stanley Cup win as a member of the Chicago Blackhawks so he knows what it will take to bring this team to the highest level. Connor Hellebuyck emerged as the clear starter for Winnipeg last season. Jets fans are excited to watch their young goalie continue to flourish in net. He was just secured with a new contract for six years and worth $37 million.

There is a lot more work to be done if the Jets expect to become Stanley Cup champions, but this squad is up the task. There will be no backing down in Winnipeg this season, and with the crowd on their side, this team has the potential to break through to the final round and bring the Cup back to Canada. Bringing in a big and young forward in Kevin Hayes from the Rangers is a move that could payoff big time in the tough playoff tournament.

This city has been the home of a great number of star players, including Dale Hawerchuk, Bobby Hull, Phil Housley, Andrew Ladd, Ilya Kovalchuk, Teemu Selanne, Blake Wheeler, and Dustin Byfuglien. Click here to learn more about this great hockey franchise.

If you own a Winnipeg Jets suite, we can market your luxury suite for the dates you choose not to use or give away to clients.

This is a great opportunity to offset all of the suite expenses you incur each year. You have thousands of dollars just sitting there – no Winnipeg Jets game should go unused.  Your tickets are often worth 2 to 3 times more than you are paying the venue.

So why not let us earn you extra revenue while helping out a corporate group who needs to entertain clients at a game or concert in the Winnipeg Jets suites?

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