skybox

noun
sky·box | \ˈskī-ˌbäks \

Definition of skybox 

: a roofed enclosure of private seats situated high in a sports stadium and typically featuring luxurious amenities

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At the time, Las Vegas planned to use its convention center to host the RNC, but the city found that the convention center lacked some amenities that the GOP wanted, like skyboxes, according to a 2014 article in the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Steve Harrison, charlotteobserver, "Las Vegas is Charlotte's only competitor for GOP convention. Is it a serious challenger?," 7 June 2018 MGM Grand has some awesome skyboxes above the book but most VIP options are in the sportsbook w/the people. Ed Barkowitz, Philly.com, "Sportsbook at Atlantic City's Ocean Resort right in heart of casino," 12 June 2018 The agreement with the bowl game association, which runs the Holiday Bowl, limits the city’s cut to 40 percent of skybox revenue. David Garrick, sandiegouniontribune.com, "Grand jury says San Diego lost revenue by not negotiating new stadium deals itself," 22 May 2018 The county grand jury says San Diego cost itself money last year by allowing private companies to negotiate new deals for naming rights, skybox rentals and advertising at the city’s stadium in Mission Valley. David Garrick, sandiegouniontribune.com, "Grand jury says San Diego lost revenue by not negotiating new stadium deals itself," 22 May 2018 But the skyboxes aren’t just about the action on the field. Jenny Vrentas, SI.com, "True Secrets of the Combine Seating Chart," 7 Mar. 2018 There are supposed to be guys up in the air, in the skybox. Lorenzo Reyes, USA TODAY, "Panthers might have violated NFL's new concussion protocol on Cam Newton hit," 7 Jan. 2018 Gold members get offers of tickets to the Valley View luxury skybox at Padres games. Michele Parente, sandiegouniontribune.com, "Casino players clubs: loyalty has its perks," 29 Apr. 2018 Vanish Point, which features a 70-foot free fall, will let riders choose between two skyboxes, each of which will send them through 425 feet of spiraling tubes. Marjie Lambert, miamiherald, "From Toy Story Land to Fast & Furious: What’s opening in Florida theme parks in 2018 | Miami Herald," 1 Mar. 2018

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First Known Use of skybox

1965, in the meaning defined above

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skybox

noun

English Language Learners Definition of skybox

: an area with a roof and private seats near the top of a sports stadium

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