Blackout Imminent

According to  Tom Kowalski, the Detroit Lions still have 10,000 tickets to sell for this Sunday’s game against the Washington Redskins. Last time the Lions played at home against the Rams, the Lions had about 4500 tickets to sell on Wednesday and had until 1 pm Thursday to sell them. Lions were eventually given an extension as they had about 1500 tickets left to sell. It doesn’t seem likely that the Lions will get an extension this time around.

If you wish to purchase a ticket, you can do so by going to TicketMaster’s TicketExchange or Stubhub. Stubhub is offering tickets as low as $20+shipping or $36.50 for immediate download. Also, join us for our live blog on Sunday, where we will do our best to update you on internet streams of the game.

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  • Matt Snyder

    Hey Grand Rapids! Ya’ll are all invited over to my place to watch the game. (Not really, of course).

  • http://[email protected] david

    hey man, sunday is football, food, and friends, when the fish don’t bite, your going to blackout x-amount of games out of 16 we wait to watch win or lose, your our team this is MI we love it either way. How can you take that from us? We don’t want to watch any other team, man it’s killing us. Suck up the financial loss, I pay my cable bill, ads are on, I really can watch for free on the internet or listen on the radio so who’s fooling who? A player signs a contract and gets paid benched or on the field straighten out you tv contract so they can’t stop us from doing what we love win or lose, sunday football, we don’t need any more nascar fans.