Detroit Lions 2012 Ticket Prices Revealed


It has been less than a week since Tom Lewand announced that Detroit Lions ticket prices would be going up for next season. The announcement should have come as a surprise to no one based on the success of the team and the fact that the ticket prices have remained steady or decreased since the end of the 2007 season. However, specifics were not revealed other than that the price increase was around 8 percent on average.

The Detroit Lions website has an updated seating chart based on 2012 pricing but only lists the per game price as part of a season ticket package. However, information sent out to season ticket holders reveals both the season ticket price and the single ticket price. Season ticket holders will continue to see a per game savings over the price of individual tickets at the box office.

Here is a breakdown of Detroit Lions ticket prices for 2012

Section Season Single
206-208 $200 $240
205,209 $180 $220
229-232 $160 $200
202-204,210-212 $140 $180
228,233 $140 $180
200-201,213,214 $120 $160
226-227, 234-235 $120 $160
330-332 (R 1-9) $120 $160
330-332 (R 10+) $100 $140
LL Sideline (prime) $99 $119
LL Sideline (outside 20s) $91 $105
329,333 $71 $83
328,334 $57 $69
LL Corner $69 $81
LL End Zone (R 1-9) $69 $81
LL End Zone (R 10+) $61 $73
Mezzanine $55 $67
UL Sideline (R 1-5) $55 $67
UL Sideline (R 6+) $42 $52
UL Corner $42 $52
UL End Zone (R 1-9) $42 $52
Roar Zone (R 10+) $35 $47

It should be pointed out that the “season ticket holders are forced to pay for preseason games” argument doesn’t hold much water as it concerns the Lions. The majority of season ticket prices listed above equate to a total savings of at least two games, making the preseason essentially free.

You may now go about planning for your next trip to see the Lions.

Topics: 2012 Season, Detroit Lions, Ticket Prices

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