Construction on renovations to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome will resume once the 2020 season is done, but now we are getting a look at what’s in store for 2021 and beyond.
The major upgrades include 164 new private suites for viewing New Orleans Saints home games, a dozen of which will be on the field level.
“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.”
Saints vice president of brand strategy Jen Martindale told Forbes.com about the new seating options: “The field level suites will take the Saints game experience to a whole new level. In addition to being the closest seats to the field, these suites are the most luxurious, comfortable spaces in the Superdome.”