Saints Adding Field-Level Suites To Superdome, Will Open For 2021 Season

The best seat in the NFL may now belong to the Saints.

Sports fans everywhere dream of attending a game either in a suite or on field-level, and starting in 2021, Saints fans will be able to do both – at the same time.

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Saints officials released a new rendering of the Superdome’s field-level suites opening during the 2021-2022 NFL season on their ticketing site. There will be 12 suites in all on the ground level, each featuring 21-24 seats. Pricing for the new suites is not yet public, but the Saints started taking inquiries this week from fans who might want to purchase tickets.

Fans lucky enough to sit in the new spots will also have access to a dedicated game day entrance and the new North End Zone Club Lounge, plus a food and beverage package and four premium parking passes at the stadium.

The suites will also be available for a number of non-Saints events held in Superdome, ranging from concerts to other big sporting events like the Super Bowl, the NCAA Final Four and College Football Playoffs and bowl games. 

The new suites are part of a $450 million renovation to the Superdome meant to improve fan experience for Saints game days, as well as bring it up to par to other stadiums used by NFL teams. 

Renovation work has been underway since last year after the Superdome hosted the College Football Playoff Championship Game on Jan. 13 and will continue through the start of the 2023-2024 NFL season. The renovation will be complete in time for New Orleans to host Super Bowl 59 in 2025