Luxury box

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Luxury box or luxury suite is the North American term for a special seating section in arenas, stadiums and other sports venues. In the United Kingdom and Australia the terms used are corporate box, executive box, sky box and private box. They are usually in the mid-section of the stadium. The seats have usually the best views of the sporting event. Some have glass panels that can be opened, in order for the spectators to feel closer to the action of the sporting event. The inside of a luxury box usually has a bar, several televisions sets, a row of seats and a private bathroom. The boxes are usually catered. The lease to a box also comes with a personal parking space, and a private entrance.

C. Richard Vaugh Towers, luxury boxes at Carter-Finley Stadium

The boxes usually generate more revenue than regular seating.[1][2]

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  2. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-03-08. Retrieved 2006-12-08.