If you’re like most of us, you’ve been to the stadium, looked up at the glossy rows of luxury suites and pondered what you would need to do to rise to the echelons of the fans drinking, eating cheering the game on in style. When you are in a college stadium, those suites are a bit harder to get an invite to, but lucky for us SuiteHop has the insider tips for attending a college game in a suite.

At most stadiums, suites are a private space for a small group of 10 to 20 guests to enjoy the game together. Professional stadiums have anywhere from 90 – 300 suites, seating hundreds of fans. College stadiums are smaller and as a result had fewer suites available for each game. With 81 luxury suites Bryant Denny Stadium is one of the few college stadiums with a wide number of suites available. Even with a few dozen suites available, getting into those suites is nearly impossible.

Alumni, boosters and sponsors pay premium prices for the right to access all 8 home games of the season and most college stadium suites are completely sold out. Don’t worry, that doesn’t mean you can’t see your favorite college team from a suite. When teams hit the road to professional stadiums, like during the SEC Championship or the National College Championship, SuiteHop has your back and get you into the best suites throughout the South and beyond.

Suites at venues like Mercedes Benz Stadium (home of the SEC Championship & Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game) or Levi’s Stadium (College National Championship) are more widely available and perfect for bringing a group of friends, family or clients to one of the most in-demand games of the season.

The cost to attend a game in a suite varies for a wide number of reasons. Suites with the best locations and most included amenities typically have the the most expensive prices but not always. Great deals can be had early on in the season before teams are decided and no matter who’s on the field, you’ll love the experience of the game from a suite. As we inch closer to knowing who will be battling it out for the championship game, prices and availability tends to change frequently.

Waiting till the last minute to attend the game is ok if you want regular seats, but suite require a bit of advance planning. Catering orders have deadlines and hard tickets need to be shipped to you. The best suite experiences are booked and planned often before the teams are finalized!  Worried about what will happen if your team doesn’t make it?  You can still live the high life. Being in a suite means the party is all your own. Wear whatever team you represent and commiserate over drinks and food brought directly to you!

Now that you know all about how the suites work, you might want to know how to access them! Thanks to SuiteHop, you can view College Football game suites and availability online. What are you waiting for?